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An Introduction to LTE (2nd Edition) by Christopher Cox

By Christopher Cox

Following on from the winning first variation (March 2012), this booklet offers a transparent rationalization of what LTE does and the way it really works. The content material is expressed at a structures point, supplying readers the chance to understand the main elements that make LTE the recent subject among proprietors and operators around the globe. The e-book assumes not more than a uncomplicated wisdom of cellular telecommunication structures, and the reader isn't really anticipated to have any prior wisdom of the complicated mathematical operations that underpin LTE.

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It is also optimized for mobile speeds up to 15 km h−1 , works with high performance up to 120 km h−1 and supports speeds of up to 350 km h−1 . 4 MHz up to a maximum of 20 MHz. The requirements specification ultimately led to a detailed design for the LTE air interface, which we will cover in Chapters 3–10. 1 summarizes its key technical features, and compares them with those of WCDMA. 3 System Architecture Evolution The main output of the study into system architecture evolution was a requirements specification for the fixed network [7], in which the most important requirements were as follows.

20. org/ specification-numbering (accessed 15 October 2013). 21. org/specs/latest/ (accessed 15 October 2013). 22. org/Information/WORK_PLAN/ Description_Releases/ (accessed 15 October 2013). info 2 System Architecture Evolution This chapter covers the high-level architecture of LTE. We begin by describing the hardware components in an LTE network and by reviewing the software protocols that those components use to communicate. We then look in more detail at the techniques used for data transport in LTE before discussing the state diagrams and the use of radio spectrum.

Info 2 System Architecture Evolution This chapter covers the high-level architecture of LTE. We begin by describing the hardware components in an LTE network and by reviewing the software protocols that those components use to communicate. We then look in more detail at the techniques used for data transport in LTE before discussing the state diagrams and the use of radio spectrum. We will leave some more specialized architectural issues until later chapters, notably those related to quality of service, charging and inter-system operation.

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