Radio Access Networks for UMTS: Principles and Practice / Edition 1

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Overview

This book provides a comprehensive description of Radio Access Networks for UMTS . The main content is based upon the release 6 version of the 3GPP specifications. Changes since the release 99 version are described while some of the new features from the release 7 version are introduced.

Starting from the high-level network architecture, the first sections describe the flow of data between the network and end-user. This includes a dedicated chapter describing the Iub transport network. Detailed descriptions of both HSDPA and HSUPA reflect the increasing importance of efficient high data rate connections. Signalling procedures are described for speech, video and PS data connection establishment, SMS data transfer, soft handover and inter-system handover. The more practical subjects of link budgets and radio network planning are also addressed.

  • More than 180 example log files reinforce the reader's understanding
  • Summary bullet points allow rapid access to the most important information
  • Focus upon how data is transferred between the network and end-user
  • Dedicated chapters provide detailed descriptions of both HSDPA and HSUPA
  • Step-by-step analysis of common signalling procedures
  • Key radio network planning subjects addressed

Radio Access Networks for UMTS is ideal for mobile telecommunications engineers working for equipment vendors, operators and regulators. It will also appeal to system designers, technical managers and students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470724057
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/11/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 626
  • Product dimensions: 6.95 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Chris Johnson has worked with UMTS networks for the past ten years and has worked for Nokia Siemens Networks for the past seven years. He is currently a Principle Engineer at NSN and is based in the UK.
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Table of Contents

Preface     ix
Acknowledgements     xi
Abbreviations     xiii
Introduction     1
Network Architecture     1
Radio Access Technology     4
Standardisation     10
Flow of Data     13
Radio Interface Protocol Stacks     13
Radio Interface Control Plane     14
Radio Interface User Plane     19
RRC Layer     27
RRC States     28
RRC Procedures     54
RRC Messages     56
UE RRC Timers, Counters and Constants     61
Other Functions     67
RLC Layer     74
Transparent Mode     75
Unacknowledged Mode     77
Acknowledged Mode     81
MAC Layer     101
Architecture of the MAC Layer     102
Format of MAC PDU     109
Other Functions     112
Frame Protocol Layer     112
Dedicated Channels - Data Frames     113
Dedicated Channels - Control Frames     118
Common Channels - Data Frames     121
Common Channels - Control Frames     126
Physical Layer     127
Physical Layer Processing     128
Spreading, Scrambling and Modulation     144
Other Functions     153
Channel Types     155
Logical Channels     155
Transport Channels     158
Physical Channels     166
Common Pilot Channel (CPICH)     168
Synchronisation Channel (SCH)     172
Primary Common Control Physical Channel (P-CCPCH)     174
Secondary Common Control Physical Channel (S-CCPCH)     176
Paging Indicator Channel (PICH)     182
MBMS Indicator Channel (MICH)     186
Acquisition Indicator Channel (AICH)     188
Physical Random Access Channel (PRACH)     191
Dedicated Physical Channel (DPCH)     204
Fractional Dedicated Physical Channel (F-DPCH)     228
Non-Access Stratum     231
Concepts     231
Mobility Management     233
Connection Management     239
PLMN Selection     244
Iub Transport Network     249
Protocol Stacks     249
Radio Network Control Plane     251
Transport Network Control Plane     253
Transport Network User Plane      257
Architecture     260
Overheads     264
Service Categories     268
HSDPA     273
Concept     273
HSDPA Bit Rates     278
PDCP Layer     283
RLC Layer     284
MAC-d Entity     287
Frame Protocol Layer     288
HS-DSCH Data Frame     289
HS-DSCH Control Frames     292
Iub Transport     294
ATM Transport Connections     294
Transport Overheads     296
MAC-hs Entity     300
Flow Control     301
Scheduler     304
Adaptive Modulation and Coding     307
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ)     313
Generation of MAC-hs PDU     320
Physical Channels     322
High Speed Shared Control Channel (HS-SCCH)     323
High Speed Physical Downlink Shared Channel (HS-PDSCH)     329
High Speed Dedicated Physical Control Channel (HS-DPCCH)     332
Mobility     337
HSUPA     343
Concept     343
HSUPA Bit Rates     349
PDCP Layer     355
RLC Layer     355
MAC-d Entity     357
MAC-es/e Entity (UE)     358
E-TFC Selection     359
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ)     368
Generation of MAC-es PDU     371
Generation of MAC-e PDU     372
Physical Channels     374
E-DCH Dedicated Physical Control Channel (E-DPCCH)     376
E-DCH Dedicated Physical Data Channel (E-DPDCH)     378
E-DCH Hybrid ARQ Indicator Channel (E-HICH)     387
E-DCH Relative Grant Channel (E-RGCH)     390
E-DCH Absolute Grant Channel (E-AGCH)     392
MAC-e Entity (Node B)     394
Packet Scheduler     395
De-multiplexing     399
Frame Protocol Layer     399
E-DCH Data Frame     400
Tunnel Congestion Indication Control Frame     401
MAC-es Entity (RNC)     402
Mobility     402
Signalling Procedures     405
RRC Connection Establishment     405
Speech Call Connection Establishment     429
Mobile Originated     430
Mobile Terminated     454
Video Call Connection Establishment     459
Mobile Originated and Mobile Terminated     460
Short Message Service (SMS)     469
Mobile Originated     470
Mobile Terminated     474
PS Data Connection Establishment     477
Mobile Originated     478
Soft Handover     501
Inter-Node B     501
Intra-Node B     512
Inter-System Handover     514
Speech     515
Planning     533
Link Budgets     533
DPCH     535
HSDPA     545
HSUPA     547
Radio Network Planning     548
Path Loss based Approach     550
3G Simulation based Approach     553
Scrambling Code Planning     556
Downlink     557
Uplink     560
Neighbour Planning     561
Intra-Frequency     563
Inter-Frequency     564
Inter-System     566
Maximum Neighbour List Lengths     567
Antenna Subsystems     572
Antenna Characteristics     573
Dedicated Subsystems     576
Shared Subsystems     578
Co-siting     578
Spurious Emissions     581
Receiver Blocking      583
Intermodulation     585
Achieving Sufficient Isolation     586
Microcells     587
RF Carrier Allocation     588
Sectorisation     588
Minimum Coupling Loss     589
Propagation Modelling     590
Planning Assumptions     591
Indoor Solutions     592
RF Carrier Allocation     593
Sectorisation     593
Active and Passive Solutions     593
Minimum Coupling Loss     594
Leakage Requirements     595
Antenna Placement     596
References     597
Index     599
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