LTE for UMTS: Evolution to LTE-Advanced / Edition 2

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Overview

Written by experts actively involved in the 3GPP standards and product development, LTE for UMTS, Second Edition gives a complete and up-to-date overview of Long term Evolution (LTE) in a systematic and clear manner. Building upon on the success of the first edition, LTE for UMTS, Second Edition has been revised to now contain improved coverage of the Release 8 LTE details, including field performance results, transport network, self optimized networks and also covering the enhancements done in 3GPP Release 9. This new edition also provides an outlook to Release 10, including the overview of Release 10 LTE-Advanced technology components which enable reaching data rates beyond 1 Gbps.

Key updates for the second edition of LTE for UMTS are focused on the new topics from Release 9 & 10, and include:

  • LTE-Advanced;
  • Self optimized networks (SON);
  • Transport network dimensioning;
  • Measurement results.
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"Written by experts actively involved in the 3GPP standards and product development, LTE for UMTS, Second Edition gives a complete and up-to-date overview of Long Term Evolution (LTE) in a systematic and clear manner. Building upon on the success of the first edition, LTE for UMTS, Second Edition has been revised to now contain improved coverage of the Release 8 LTE details, including field performance results, transport network, self optimized networks and also covering the enhancements done in 3GPP Release 9." (FierceTelecom, 17 August 2011)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470660003
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/10/2011
  • Edition description: Revised Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.40 (d)

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Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgements List of abbreviations

1 Introduction
Harry Holma and Antti Toskala
1.1 Mobile Voice Subscriber Growth
1.2 Mobile Data Usage Growth
1.3 Wireline Technologies Evolution
1.4 Motivation and Targets for LTE
1.5 Overview of LTE
1.6 3GPP Family of Technologies
1.7 Wireless Spectrum
1.8 New Spectrum Identified by WRC-07
1.9 LTE-Advanced

2 LTE Standardization
Antti Toskala
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Overview of 3GPP Releases and Process
2.3 LTE Targets
2.4 LTE Standardization Phases
2.5 Evolution Beyond Release 8
2.6 LTE-Advanced for IMT-Advanced
2.7 LTE Specifications and 3GPP Structure

3 System Architecture Based on 3GPP SAE 23
Atte Länsisalmi and Antti Toskala
3.1 System Architecture Evolution in 3GPP
3.2 Basic System Architecture Configuration with only E-UTRAN Access Network
3.3 System Architecture with E-UTRAN and Legacy 3GPP Access Networks
3.4 System Architecture with E-UTRAN and Non-3GPP Access Networks
3.5 Inter-working with cdma2000® Access Networks
3.6 IMS Architecture
3.7 PCC and QoS References

4 Introduction to OFDMA and SC-FDMA and to MIMO in LTE
Antti Toskala and Timo Lunttila
4.1 Introduction
4.2 LTE Multiple Access Background
4.3 OFDMA Basics
4.4 SC-FDMA Basics
4.5 MIMO Basics
4.6 Summary

5 3GPP LTE Physical Layer Solutions
Antti Toskala, Timo Lunttila, Esa Tiirola, Kari Hooli, Mieszko Chmiel and Juha Korhonen
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Transport Channels and their Mapping to the Physical Channels
5.3 Modulation
5.4 Uplink User Data Transmission
5.5 Downlink User Data Transmission
5.6 Uplink Physical Layer Signaling Transmission
5.7 PRACH Structure
5.8 Downlink Physical Layer Signaling Transmission
5.9 Physical Layer Procedures
5.10 UE Capability Classes and Supported Features
5.11 Physical Layer Measurements
5.12 Physical Layer Parameter Configuration
5.13 Summary References

6 LTE Radio Protocols
Antti Toskala, Woonhee Hwang and Colin Willcock
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Protocol Architecture
6.3 The Medium Access Control
6.4 The Radio Link Control Layer
6.5 Packet Data Convergence Protocol
6.6 Radio Resource Control (RRC)
6.7 X2 Interface Protocols
6.8 Understanding the RRC ASN.1 Protocol Definition
6.9 Early UE handling in LTE
6.10 Summary References

7 Mobility
Chris Callender, Harri Holma, Jarkko Koskela and Jussi Reunanen
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Mobility Management in Idle State
7.3 Intra-LTE Handovers
7.4 Inter-system Handovers
7.5 Differences in E-UTRAN and UTRAN Mobility
7.6 Summary References

8 Radio Resource Management
Harri Holma, Troels Kolding, Daniela Laselva, Klaus Pedersen, Claudio Rosa and Ingo Viering
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Overview of RRM Algorithms
8.3 Admission Control and QoS Parameters
8.4 Downlink Dynamic Scheduling and Link Adaptation
8.5 Uplink Dynamic Scheduling and Link Adaptation
8.6 Interference Management and Power Settings
8.7 Discontinuous Transmission and Reception (DTX/DRX)
8.8 RRC Connection Maintenance
8.9 Summary References

9 Self-organizing Networks (SON)
Krzysztof Kordybach, Seppo Hamalainen, Cinzia Sartori and Ingo Viering
9.1 Introduction
9.2 SON Architecture
9.3 SON Functions
9.4 Self-configuration
9.5 Self-Optimization and Self-Healing Use Cases
9.6 3GPP Release 10 Use Cases
9.7 Summary References

10 Performance
Harri Holma, Pasi Kinnunen, István Z. Kovács, Kari Pajukoski, Klaus Pedersen and Jussi Reunanen
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Layer 1 Peak Bit Rates
10.3 Terminal Categories
10.4 Link Level Performance
10.5 Link Budgets
10.6 Spectral Efficiency
10.7 Latency
10.8 LTE Refarming to GSM Spectrum
10.9 Dimensioning
10.10 Capacity Management Examples from HSPA Networks
10.11 Summary References

11 LTE Measurements
Marilynn P. Wylie-Green, Harri Holma, Jussi Reunanen and Antti Toskala
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Theoretical Peak Data Rates
11.3 Laboratory Measurements
11.4 Field Measurement Setups
11.5 Artificial Load Generation
11.6 Peak Data Rates in the Field
11.7 Link Adaptation and MIMO Utilization
11.8 Handover Performance
11.9 Data Rates in Drive Tests
11.10 Multi-User Packet Scheduling
11.11 Latency
11.12 Very Large Cell Size
11.13 Summary References

12 Transport
Torsten Musiol
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Protocol Stacks and Interfaces
12.3 Transport Aspects of Intra-LTE Handover
12.4 Transport Performance Requirements
12.5 Transport Network Architecture for LTE
12.6 QoS
12.7 Transport Security
12.8 Synchronization from Transport Network
12.9 Base Station Co-location
12.10 Summary References

13 Voice over IP (VoIP)
Harri Holma, Juha Kallio, Markku Kuusela, Petteri Lundén, Esa Malkamäki,Jussi Ojala and Haiming Wang
13.1 Introduction
13.2 VoIP Codecs
13.3 VoIP Requirements
13.4 Delay Budget
13.5 Scheduling and Control Channels
13.6 LTE Voice Capacity
13.7 Voice Capacity Evolution
13.8 Uplink Coverage
13.9 Circuit Switched Fallback for LTE
13.10 Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SR-VCC)
13.11 Summary References

14 Performance Requirements
Andrea Ancora, Iwajlo Angelow, Dominique Brunel, Chris Callender, Harri Holma, Peter Muszynski, Earl McCune and Laurent Noël
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Frequency Bands and Channel Arrangements
14.3 eNode-B RF Transmitter
14.4 eNodeB RF Receiver
14.5 eNodeB Demodulation Performance
14.6 UE Design Principles and Challenges
14.7 UE RF Transmitter
14.8 UE RF Receiver Requirements
14.9 UE Demodulation Performance
14.10 Requirements for Radio Resource Management
14.11 Summary References

15 LTE TDD Mode
Che Xiangguang, Troels Kolding , Peter Skov, Wang Haiming and Antti Toskala
15.1 Introduction
15.2 LTE TDD Fundamentals
15.3 TDD Control Design
15.4 Semi-persistent Scheduling
15.5 MIMO and Dedicated Reference Signals
15.6 LTE TDD Performance
15.7 Evolution of LTE TDD
15.8 LTE TDD Summary References

16 LTE-Advanced
Mieszko Chmiel, Mihai Enescu, Harri Holma, Tommi Koivisto, Jari Lindholm, Timo Lunttila, Klaus Pedersen, Peter Skov, Timo Roman, Antti Toskala and Yuyu Yan
16.1 Introduction
16.2 LTE-Advanced and IMT-Advanced
16.3 Requirements
16.4 3GPP LTE-Advanced Study Phase
16.5 Carrier Aggregation
16.6 Downlink Multi-antenna Enhancements
16.7 Uplink Multi-Antenna Techniques
16.8 Heterogeneous Networks
16.9 Relays
16.10 Release 11 Outlook
16.11 Conclusions References

17 HSPA Evolution
Harri Holma, Karri Ranta-aho and Antti Toskala
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Discontinuous Transmission and Reception (DTX/DRX)
17.3 Circuit Switched Voice on HSPA
17.4 Enhanced FACH and RACH
17.5 Downlink MIMO and 64QAM
17.6 Dual Cell HSDPA and HSUPA
17.7 Multicarrier and Multiband HSDPA
17.8 Uplink 16QAM
17.9 Terminal Categories
17.10 Layer 2 Optimization
17.11 Single Frequency Network (SFN) MBMS
17.12 Architecture Evolution
17.13 Summary References

Index

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