Title (eng): Quality Assurance Plan for Standardization
Tomitsch, J. (Johannes)
St. Pölten, FH Telekommunikation und Medien, Dipl.-Arb, 2003
Today’s world seems to become a small village more and more. People travelling all over the world want to use their appliances without respect on their location. In many cases special adapters are required or even worse the device does not work at all. Different power supply plugs of different countries picture a colourful example. Even in Europe it is not possible to plug in the same device in different countries. Overseas the additional problem arises, that they offer different voltage and frequency making the use of European devices impossible. Smart people developed adapters. But this only displays an intricate solution. The real solution for these compatibility problems is standardization, which ensures a great deal of new applications and features working all over the world. Standardization took and takes place in all areas ranging from non-technical matters like measures to highly sophisticated systems such as telecommunications. For people not involved into this matter it seems to be unnecessary to drive work in so many standardization bodies. But the point is that standardization work is a complex structure of collaborating bodies and working groups, which means that each body is responsible for another area of work, and liaisons are made between these bodies to avoid overlap of work. In order to achieve an overview on standardization work and to coordinate this work it is useful to establish a separate department for standardization. The scope of this diploma thesis is to analyse standardization procedures and processes in the field of mobile telecommunications and especially in respect to T-Mobile International. Furthermore processes, which guarantee high quality results in standardization, are analysed.
Object languages: German
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