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From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G, Moe Rahnema, Marcin Dryjanski

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From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G
Title
From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G
Statement of responsibility
Moe Rahnema, Marcin Dryjanski
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This practical hands-on new resource presents LTE technologies from end-to-end, including network planning and the optimization tradeoff process. This book examines the features of LTE-Advanced and LTE-Advanced Pro and how they integrate into existing LTE networks. Professionals find in-depth coverage of how the air interface is structured at the physical layer and how the related link level protocols are designed and work. This resource highlights potential 5G solutions as considered in releases 14 and beyond, the migration paths, and the challenges involved with the latest updates and standardization process.n nMoreover, the book covers performance analysis and results, as well as SON specifications and realization. Readers learn about OFDMA, and how DFT is used to implement it. Link budgeting, parameter estimations, and network planning and sizing is explained. Insight into core network architecture is provided, including the protocols and signaling used for both data and voice services. The book also presents a detailed chapter on the end-to-end data transfer optimization mechanisms based on the TCP protocol. This book provides the tools needed for network planning and optimization while addressing the challenges of LTE and LTE-advanced networks.
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Rahnema, Moe,
Dewey number
621.38456
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Dryjanski, Marcin,
Series statement
Artech House mobile communications series
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  • Long-Term Evolution (Telecommunications)
  • Mobile communication systems
Label
From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G, Moe Rahnema, Marcin Dryjanski
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; References; 2 The Underlying DFT Concepts and Formulations; 2.1 Discrete-Time Fourier Transform; 2.2 The Discrete Fourier Transform; 2.3 Zero-Padding for Efficient FFT Implementation; 2.4 Frequency Resolutions and Impact of Zero Padding; References; 3 The Air Interface Architecture and Operation; 3.1 Spectrum Allocation; 3.2 The OFDM Multi-User Access Mechanism; 3.3 The Framing and Physical Synchronization Signals; 3.3.1 The Type 1 FDD Frame Structure; 3.3.2 The Type 2 TDD Frame Structure; 3.3.3 Physical Reference Signals
  • 3.3.4 Basic Unit of Time in LTE3.4 Timing Advance Function; 3.5 MBMS Transmission; 3.6 The DL OFDMA and Implementation; 3.6.1 Modulation within eNodeB; 3.6.2 Demodulation Within UE; 3.6.3 Susceptibility to Frequency Offsets; 3.7 The Uplink SC-FDMA and Implementation; 3.7.1 The Implementation Within the UE and eNodeB; 3.8 Channels in LTE; 3.8.1 The Physical Channels; 3.8.2 The Transport Channels; 3.8.3 The Logical Channels; 3.9 Layer 2 Protocol Sublayers; 3.9.1 The MAC Sublayer; 3.9.2 The RLC Sublayer; 3.9.3 The PDCP Sublayer; 3.10 Modulation and Coding Schemes and Mapping Tables
  • 3.10.1 MCS Index Mapping to Transport Block Size3.10.2 Effective Channel Coding Estimation; 3.10.3 CQI Mapping to MCS; 3.11 Data Rates and Spectral Efficiencies; 3.12 Transmission Modes and MIMO Operation in LTE; 3.12.1 The MIMO Operation; 3.13 LTE Physical Layer Measurements; 3.13.1 In the UE; 3.13.2 In the eNodeB; 3.14 UE Categories; References; 4 Coverage-Capacity Planning and Analysis; 4.1 Radio Link Budgeting for Coverage Dimensioning; 4.1.1 Link Budgeting Formulations; 4.2 Capacity Quality Analysis and Verification; 4.2.1 Capacity Estimation
  • 4.2.2 Traffic Demand Estimation and Site Calculation4.3 Optimum System Bandwidth for Coverage; 4.4 Trade-Offs Between Network Load and Coverage Performance; References; 5 Prelaunch Parameter Planning and Resource Allocation; 5.1 PCI Allocation; 5.2 Uplink Reference Signal Allocation; 5.2.1 Using Cyclic Shifts of the ZC Sequences; 5.2.2 Defining u Independently from PCI; 5.2.3 Pseudo-Random u-Hopping; 5.3 Random Access Planning; 5.3.1 PRACH Preamble Format Selection and Parameter Setting; 5.3.2 Derivation and Assignment of Preamble Sequences; 5.3.3 RootSequenceIndex Planning
  • 5.3.4 PRACH Capacity Planning5.4 PRACH Procedure; 5.5 PRACH Optimization; References; 6 Radio Resource Control and Mobility Management; 6.1 RRC State Model in LTE; 6.1.1 RRC Idle State; 6.2 Handovers in LTE; 6.2.1 Intrasystem Handover; 6.2.2 Inter-RAT Handover; 6.2.3 Handover Performance and Optimization; 6.2.4 Impact of Measurement Filtering; 6.2.5 Impact of Measurement Hysteresis and Time-to-Trigger Parameters; 6.2.6 Impact of RLC/MAC Protocol Resets and Packet Forwarding; 6.2.7 E-UTRAN to E-UTRAN Handover Delay (FDD); 6.2.8 E-UTRAN to UTRAN Handover Delay
Control code
on1027661151
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781630814557
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1027661151
Label
From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G, Moe Rahnema, Marcin Dryjanski
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; References; 2 The Underlying DFT Concepts and Formulations; 2.1 Discrete-Time Fourier Transform; 2.2 The Discrete Fourier Transform; 2.3 Zero-Padding for Efficient FFT Implementation; 2.4 Frequency Resolutions and Impact of Zero Padding; References; 3 The Air Interface Architecture and Operation; 3.1 Spectrum Allocation; 3.2 The OFDM Multi-User Access Mechanism; 3.3 The Framing and Physical Synchronization Signals; 3.3.1 The Type 1 FDD Frame Structure; 3.3.2 The Type 2 TDD Frame Structure; 3.3.3 Physical Reference Signals
  • 3.3.4 Basic Unit of Time in LTE3.4 Timing Advance Function; 3.5 MBMS Transmission; 3.6 The DL OFDMA and Implementation; 3.6.1 Modulation within eNodeB; 3.6.2 Demodulation Within UE; 3.6.3 Susceptibility to Frequency Offsets; 3.7 The Uplink SC-FDMA and Implementation; 3.7.1 The Implementation Within the UE and eNodeB; 3.8 Channels in LTE; 3.8.1 The Physical Channels; 3.8.2 The Transport Channels; 3.8.3 The Logical Channels; 3.9 Layer 2 Protocol Sublayers; 3.9.1 The MAC Sublayer; 3.9.2 The RLC Sublayer; 3.9.3 The PDCP Sublayer; 3.10 Modulation and Coding Schemes and Mapping Tables
  • 3.10.1 MCS Index Mapping to Transport Block Size3.10.2 Effective Channel Coding Estimation; 3.10.3 CQI Mapping to MCS; 3.11 Data Rates and Spectral Efficiencies; 3.12 Transmission Modes and MIMO Operation in LTE; 3.12.1 The MIMO Operation; 3.13 LTE Physical Layer Measurements; 3.13.1 In the UE; 3.13.2 In the eNodeB; 3.14 UE Categories; References; 4 Coverage-Capacity Planning and Analysis; 4.1 Radio Link Budgeting for Coverage Dimensioning; 4.1.1 Link Budgeting Formulations; 4.2 Capacity Quality Analysis and Verification; 4.2.1 Capacity Estimation
  • 4.2.2 Traffic Demand Estimation and Site Calculation4.3 Optimum System Bandwidth for Coverage; 4.4 Trade-Offs Between Network Load and Coverage Performance; References; 5 Prelaunch Parameter Planning and Resource Allocation; 5.1 PCI Allocation; 5.2 Uplink Reference Signal Allocation; 5.2.1 Using Cyclic Shifts of the ZC Sequences; 5.2.2 Defining u Independently from PCI; 5.2.3 Pseudo-Random u-Hopping; 5.3 Random Access Planning; 5.3.1 PRACH Preamble Format Selection and Parameter Setting; 5.3.2 Derivation and Assignment of Preamble Sequences; 5.3.3 RootSequenceIndex Planning
  • 5.3.4 PRACH Capacity Planning5.4 PRACH Procedure; 5.5 PRACH Optimization; References; 6 Radio Resource Control and Mobility Management; 6.1 RRC State Model in LTE; 6.1.1 RRC Idle State; 6.2 Handovers in LTE; 6.2.1 Intrasystem Handover; 6.2.2 Inter-RAT Handover; 6.2.3 Handover Performance and Optimization; 6.2.4 Impact of Measurement Filtering; 6.2.5 Impact of Measurement Hysteresis and Time-to-Trigger Parameters; 6.2.6 Impact of RLC/MAC Protocol Resets and Packet Forwarding; 6.2.7 E-UTRAN to E-UTRAN Handover Delay (FDD); 6.2.8 E-UTRAN to UTRAN Handover Delay
Control code
on1027661151
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781630814557
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1027661151

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