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Başlık:
LTE-Advanced : A Practical Systems Approach to Understanding 3GPP LTE Releases 10 and 11 Radio Access Technologies.
ISBNp:
9780124051782
Dil:
English
Yayın Bilgileri:
San Diego :

Elsevier Science & Technology,

2013.

©2014.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
1 online resource (1147 pages)
İçerik:
Front Cover -- LTE-Advanced: A Practical Systems Approach to Understanding the 3GPP LTE Releases 10 and 11 Radio Access Technologies -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- 1 Introduction to LTE-Advanced -- 1.1 Background on IMT-Advanced standards development -- 1.2 Requirements for the IMT-Advanced systems -- 1.3 Introduction to 3GPP standards -- 1.4 Evolution of 3GPP standards -- 1.5 A perspective on the future trends in cellular networks -- References -- ITU Recommendations and Reports -- 3GPP Specifications -- Articles -- 2 Network Architecture -- 2.1 Overall network architecture -- 2.1.1 General concepts -- 2.1.2 Evolution of the network architecture -- 2.2 EPC architecture -- 2.2.1 Reference model and network interfaces -- 2.2.2 Public land mobile network -- 2.2.3 Packet data network gateway -- 2.2.4 Serving gateway -- 2.2.5 Mobility management entity -- 2.2.6 Policy and charging rules function -- 2.2.7 Home subscriber server -- 2.2.8 Authorization, authentication, and accounting -- 2.2.9 EPC identifiers -- 2.3 Roaming architecture and interworking with other networks -- 2.4 E-UTRAN architecture -- 2.4.1 E-UTRAN functions -- 2.4.2 E-UTRAN interfaces -- 2.4.3 E-UTRAN identifiers -- 2.4.4 Support of HeNB in E-UTRAN -- 2.4.5 Support of RRHs in E-UTRAN -- 2.4.6 Support of relays in E-UTRAN -- 2.5 E-MBMS architecture -- 2.6 Positioning network architecture -- 2.7 Mobility management -- 2.8 Radio resource management -- 2.9 Quality of service/quality of experience -- 2.10 Security in E-UTRAN -- 2.11 Support of voice and messaging services in LTE/LTE-Advanced -- 2.11.1 IMS architecture -- 2.11.2 Single radio voice call continuity -- 2.11.3 Voice over LTE -- 2.11.4 Circuit-switched fallback -- 2.12 LIPA, selected IP traffic offload, and IP flow mobility -- 2.12.1 Local IP access.

2.12.2 Selected IP traffic offload -- 2.12.3 IP flow mobility -- 2.12.4 Wi-Fi offloading -- 2.13 Mobile IP -- 2.13.1 Client-based IP mobility -- 2.13.2 Network-based IP mobility -- 2.14 Network architecture evolution and small cells -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- 3GPP2 Specifications -- IETF Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 3 E-UTRAN and EPC Protocol Structure -- 3.1 EPS reference model and protocol structure -- 3.1.1 Functional split between E-UTRAN and EPC -- 3.1.2 Protocol stack for S1 user-plane -- 3.1.3 Protocol stack for S1 control-plane -- 3.1.4 Protocol stack for S5/S8 interface -- 3.1.5 Protocol stack for S11 interface -- 3.1.6 Protocol stack for X2 user-plane -- 3.1.7 Protocol stack for X2 control-plane -- 3.2 E-UTRAN and NAS protocols -- 3.3 LTE-Uu interface protocols -- 3.4 Support for relay nodes -- 3.5 Support for HeNB nodes -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- IETF Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 4 System Operation and UE States -- 4.1 General UE behavior -- 4.2 UE initialization procedure (cell search and cell selection) -- 4.3 EPS connection and mobility management -- 4.3.1 EPS mobility management -- 4.3.2 EPS connection management -- 4.4 UE states -- 4.4.1 Idle mode procedures -- 4.4.1.1 Tracking area update -- 4.4.1.2 Paging -- 4.4.1.3 Cell reselection -- 4.4.1.4 Idle mode DRX -- 4.4.2 Connected mode procedures -- 4.5 Network attach procedures -- 4.5.1 Random access procedure -- 4.5.2 RRC connection establishment, modification, and release -- 4.5.3 Service establishment and QoS -- 4.6 Data call establishment procedures -- 4.6.1 UE-originated data call procedure -- 4.6.2 UE-terminated data call procedure -- 4.7 Mobility procedures -- 4.7.1 Idle mode mobility procedures -- 4.7.2 Connected mode mobility procedures -- 4.7.3 HetNet mobility -- 4.7.4 S1-based handover procedure.

4.7.5 X2-based handover without S-GW change -- 4.7.6 X2-based handover with S-GW change -- 4.7.7 Inter-RAT mobility procedures -- 4.8 Overview of IP packet processing procedures -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- 3GPP2 Specifications -- IETF Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 5 Radio Resource Control Functions -- 5.1 RRC states and state transitions -- 5.1.1 RRC_CONNECTED state -- 5.1.2 RRC_IDLE state -- 5.2 RRC connection management -- 5.2.1 Signaling and data radio bearers -- 5.2.2 Quality of service control -- 5.3 RRC mobility management -- 5.3.1 Mobility in RRC_CONNECTED state -- 5.3.2 Mobility in RRC_IDLE state -- 5.3.3 Intra-RAT mobility and handover -- 5.3.4 Inter-RAT mobility and handover -- 5.4 Measurements and measurement reporting -- 5.5 RRC procedures -- 5.5.1 System information -- 5.5.2 Paging -- 5.5.3 PLMN and cell selection -- 5.5.4 Cell reselection -- 5.5.5 Radio link failure -- 5.6 RRC timers and constants -- 5.7 RRC message structure -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- 3GPP2 Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 6 Packet Data Convergence Protocol Functions -- 6.1 Ciphering and integrity protection functions -- 6.2 Header compression -- 6.3 Robust header compression -- 6.4 PDCP PDU packet formats -- 6.5 LTE security aspects -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- IETF Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 7 Radio Link Control Functions -- 7.1 RLC architecture -- 7.2 RLC transfer modes -- 7.2.1 Transparent mode -- 7.2.2 Unacknowledged mode -- 7.2.3 Acknowledged mode -- 7.3 RLC ARQ procedure -- 7.3.1 ARQ principles -- 7.3.2 ARQ operation -- 7.4 RLC PDU packet formats -- 7.4.1 Transparent mode PDU format -- 7.4.2 Unacknowledged mode PDU formats -- 7.4.3 Acknowledged mode PDU formats -- 7.4.4 Status PDU format -- 7.5 RLC variables, constants, and timers -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- Books -- Articles.

8 Medium Access Control Functions -- 8.1 MAC architecture and services -- 8.2 Logical and transport channel mapping -- 8.3 Downlink/uplink data transfer -- 8.3.1 HARQ principles -- 8.3.2 Downlink HARQ timing and signaling protocols -- 8.3.3 Uplink HARQ timing and signaling protocols -- 8.4 DRX operation -- 8.5 MAC control elements -- 8.5.1 Uplink timing advance control element -- 8.5.2 BSR control element -- 8.5.3 Power headroom control element -- 8.5.4 Extended power headroom control element -- 8.5.5 C-RNTI control element -- 8.5.6 Activation/deactivation control element -- 8.5.7 MCH scheduling information control element -- 8.5.8 UE contention resolution identity control element -- 8.6 MAC PDU packet formats -- 8.7 MAC scheduling services -- 8.7.1 Dynamic and semi-persistent scheduling -- 8.7.2 Proportional fair scheduling algorithm -- 8.8 RNTI mapping -- 8.9 Random access procedure -- 8.9.1 Contention-based RACH procedure -- 8.9.2 Contention-free RACH procedure -- References -- 3GPP Specifications -- Books -- Articles -- 9 Downlink Physical Layer Functions -- 9.1 Overview of downlink physical layer processing -- 9.2 Characteristics of wireless channels -- 9.3 LTE/LTE-Advanced operating frequencies and band classes -- 9.4 Principles of OFDM -- 9.4.1 Peak-to-average power ratio of OFDM signals -- 9.4.2 Effect of non-linearity on OFDM signals -- 9.4.3 Effect of carrier frequency offset on OFDM signals -- 9.4.4 Effect of oscillator phase noise on OFDM signals -- 9.5 Multiple access schemes -- 9.6 Duplex modes -- 9.7 Frame structure -- 9.7.1 Frame structure type 1 -- 9.7.2 Frame structure type 2 -- 9.7.3 MBSFN subframe structure -- 9.8 Resource structure, allocation, mapping -- 9.8.1 Physical and virtual resource blocks -- 9.8.2 Resource allocation -- 9.8.2.1 Resource allocation type 0 -- 9.8.2.2 Resource allocation type 1.

9.8.2.3 Resource allocation type 2 -- 9.8.2.4 PRB bundling -- 9.8.2.5 Resource element group -- 9.9 Time and frequency synchronization -- 9.9.1 Primary synchronization signals -- 9.9.2 Secondary synchronization signals -- 9.10 Downlink reference signals and channel estimation -- 9.10.1 Reference signal design criteria -- 9.10.2 Pilot-based channel estimation -- 9.10.3 Cell-specific reference signals -- 9.10.3.1 Received signal strength indicator measurement -- 9.10.3.2 Reference signal received power measurement -- 9.10.3.3 Reference signal received quality measurement -- 9.10.4 UE-Specific reference signals associated with PDSCH -- 9.10.5 CSI reference signals -- 9.10.6 Enhanced PDCCH demodulation reference signals -- 9.10.7 Positioning reference signals -- 9.10.8 MBSFN reference signals -- 9.10.9 Reference signal overhead calculation -- 9.11 Channel coding and modulation -- 9.11.1 Principles of convolutional coding -- 9.11.2 Principles of turbo coding -- 9.11.3 Baseband digital modulation schemes -- 9.11.4 Channel coding, multiplexing, and interleaving -- 9.12 Downlink physical channel processing -- 9.12.1 Physical control format indicator channel -- 9.12.2 Physical broadcast channel -- 9.12.3 Physical hybrid-ARQ indicator channel -- 9.12.4 Physical downlink control channel -- 9.12.4.1 PDCCH physical layer processing -- 9.12.4.2 DCI formats -- 9.12.4.3 Common and UE-specific search spaces and blind decoding -- 9.12.5 Enhanced PDCCH -- 9.12.6 Physical downlink shared channel -- 9.13 Principles of multi-antenna transmission -- 9.13.1 Capacity of MIMO channels -- 9.13.2 Instantaneous capacity, ergodic capacity, and outage capacity of MIMO systems -- 9.13.3 Spatial multiplexing and diversity -- 9.13.4 MIMO receivers -- 9.13.4.1 Maximum likelihood receiver -- 9.13.4.2 Successive interference cancelation receiver -- 9.13.4.3 Zero-forcing receiver.

9.13.4.4 Minimum mean square error receiver.
Özet:
This book is an in-depth, systematic and structured technical reference on 3GPP's LTE-Advanced (Releases 10 and 11), covering theory, technology and implementation, written by an author who has been involved in the inception and development of these technologies for over 20 years. The book not only describes the operation of individual components, but also shows how they fit into the overall system and operate from a systems perspective. Uniquely, this book gives in-depth information on upper protocol layers, implementation and deployment issues, and services, making it suitable for engineers who are implementing the technology into future products and services. Reflecting the author's 25 plus years of experience in signal processing and communication system design, this book is ideal for professional engineers, researchers, and graduate students working in cellular communication systems, radio air-interface technologies, cellular communications protocols, advanced radio access technologies for beyond 4G systems, and broadband cellular standards. An end-to-end description of LTE/LTE-Advanced technologies using a top-down systems approach, providing an in-depth understanding of how the overall system worksCovers all essential system functionalities, features, and their inter-connections based on a clear protocol structureIncludes methodologies and results related to link-level and system-level evaluations of LTE-AdvancedProvides understanding and insight into the advanced underlying technologies in LTE-Advanced up to and including Release 11: multi-antenna signal processing, OFDM, carrier aggregation, coordinated multi-point transmission and reception, eICIC, multi-radio coexistence, E-MBMS, positioning methods, real-time and non-real-time wireless multimedia applications.
Local Note:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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