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By Christopher Cox

ISBN-10: 1118818032

ISBN-13: 9781118818039

Following on from the profitable first variation (March 2012), this publication offers a transparent rationalization of what LTE does and the way it really works. The content material is expressed at a structures point, providing readers the chance to know the main elements that make LTE the recent subject among owners and operators around the globe. The booklet assumes not more than a uncomplicated wisdom of cellular telecommunication platforms, and the reader isn't really anticipated to have any earlier wisdom of the advanced mathematical operations that underpin LTE.

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3GPP also produces technical reports, denoted TR, which are purely informative and have three-digit specification numbers beginning with an 8 or 9. In a final division, each specification belongs to one of three stages. Stage 1 specifications define the service from the user’s point of view and lie exclusively in the 22 series. Stage 2 specifications define the system’s high-level architecture and operation, and lie mainly (but not exclusively) in the 23 series. Finally, stage 3 specifications define all the functional details.

It is theoretically possible for a communication system to send data from a transmitter to a receiver without any errors at all, provided that the data rate is less than the channel capacity. In a mobile communication system, C is the maximum data rate that one cell can handle and equals the combined data rate of all the mobiles in the cell. 7, using bandwidths of 5, 10 and 20 MHz. 7. The first, and the most important, is the use of smaller cells. In a cellular network, the channel capacity is the maximum data rate that a single cell can handle.

The direction from network to mobile is known as the downlink (DL) or forward link and the direction from mobile to network is known as the uplink (UL) or reverse link. A mobile can work outside the coverage area of its network operator by using the resources from two public land mobile networks: the visited network, where the mobile is located and the operator’s home network. This situation is known as roaming. 2 shows the radio access network of UMTS. The most important component is the base station, which in UMTS is officially known as the Node B.

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