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Strategies for Transition to Third Generation Cellular Communication in Sri Lanka

Authors:

M. R. M. Hazary ,

Dialog Telekom PLC, LK
About M. R. M.

Programme Manager - Access Network

BSc Eng., AIESL, MIEEE

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A. T. L. K. Samarasinghe

University of Moratuwa, LK
About A. T. L. K.

Head of Department, Dept. of Electronic and Telecommunication

Eng., BSc Eng., (Moratuwa), M.B.A.(Sri J), C.Eng., MIE(Sri Lanka)

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Abstract

The mobile market is currently in the phase of being restructured. The introduction of third generation (3G) networks incurs to high expenditure. These expenses have to be compensated with revenues from successful applications and mobile services, which contribute to a positive Return on Investment (ROI). Researchers' ultimate objective is to understand the user acceptance of 3G services in Sri Lanka and formulation of strategies to make 3G a reality in Sri Lanka. Research findings shows that there is a market acceptance for 3G services in Sri Lanka and the service providers are technically capable of absorbing the technology in to their systems. Further implementation should prioritize on the delivery on benefits to customers rather than clever technology.
How to Cite: Hazary, M.R.M. & Samarasinghe, A.T.L.K., (2008). Strategies for Transition to Third Generation Cellular Communication in Sri Lanka. Engineer: Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka. 41(3), pp.42–55. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/engineer.v41i3.7090
Published on 30 Jul 2008.
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