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GSM/EDGE

Evolution and Performance

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GSM/EDGE is a comprehensive description of the latest evolutions of GSM/EDGE technology from a performance oriented point of view. From the history of GSM standardization to t


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations

Part I GSM/Edge Standardization

1 GSM Standardization History

Guillaume Sébire

1.1 Introduction

1.2 History

1.3 Phase 1

1.4 Phase 2

1.5 Phase 2+

References

2 3 GGP Release 7

Eddie Riddington, David Navrátil, Jürgen Hofmann, Kent Pedersen, and Guillaume Sébire

2.1 Introduction

2.2 EGPRS2

2.3 Dual Carrier Downlink

2.4 Mobile Station Receiver Diversity

2.5 Latency Reductions

References

3 GPP Release 8

Jürgen Hofmann, Vlora Rexhepi van der Pol, Guillaume Sébire, and Sergio Parolari

3.1 Interworking with LTE

3.3 A Interface over IP

3.4 Multi carrier BTS (MCBTS)

References

4 3GPP Release 9 and Beyond

Jürgen Hofmann, Eddie Riddington, Vlora Rexhepi van der Pol, Sergio Parolari, Guillaume Sébire, and Mikko Säily

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Voice Evolution

4.3 Data Evolution

4.4 H(e)NB Enhancements

4.5 Security Improvements

4.6 Local Call Local Switch

References

Part II GSM/EDGE Performance

5 Fundamentals of GSM Performance Evaluation

Mikko Säily, Rauli Järvelä, Eduardo Zacarías B., and Jari Hulkkonen

5.1 On the GSM Radio System Performance Engineering

5.2 Simulation Tools

5.3 Key Performance Indicators

5.4 EFL Methodology

5.5 Further Reading

References

6 EGPRS2 and Downlink Dual Carrier Performance

Mikko Säily, Kolio Ivanov, Khairul Hasan, Michal Hronec, Carsten Ball, Robert Müllner, Renato Iida, Hubert Winkler, Rafael Paiva, Kurt Kremnitzer, Rauli Järvelä, Alexandre Loureiro, Fernando Tavares and Guillaume Sébire

6.1 Overview of GSM Data Performance Evolution

6.2 EGPRS2 Link Performance

6.3 EGPRS2 System Performance

6.4 Downlink Dual Carrier Performance

6.5 DTM Performance

6.6 GSM Data Evolution Performance Summary

References

7 Control Channel Performance

Eddie Riddington and Khairul Hasan

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Repeated SACCH

7.3 Repeated Downlink FACCH

References

8 Orthogonal Sub channels with AMR/DRP

Mikko Säily, Jari Hulkkonen, Kent Pedersen, Carsten Juncker, Rafael Paiva, Renato Iida, Olli Piirainen, Seelan Sundaralingam, Alexandre Loureiro, Jon Helt Hansen, Robson Domingos and Fernando Tavares

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Overview of GSM Voice Evolution

8.3 AMR and SAIC Performance

8.4 OSC and VAMOS Performance

8.5 Conclusion

References

9 Wideband AM Performance

Robert Müllner, Carsten Ball, Kolio Ivanov, Markus Mummert, Hubert Winkler and Kurt Kremnitzer

9.1 Overview

9.2 Introduction

9.3 Audio Bandwidth Extension for More Natural Sounding Speech

9.4 End user s Quality Perception B=by Listening Tests

9.5 Impact of AMR WB on Network Planning

9.6 Network Quality and Capacity Advantage by AMR WB over AMR NB

9.7 Conclusion

References

10 DFCA and Other Advanced Interference Management Techniques

Sebastian Lasek, Krystian Majchrowicz, and Krystian Krysmalski

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Frequency Hopping Basics

10.3 Intra site Interference Management

10.4 Inter site and Intra site Interference Management

10.5 Dynamic Frequency and Channel Allocation

References

11 Advanced Admission and Quality Control Techniques

Sebastian Lasek, Krystian Krysmalski, Dariusz Tomeczko and Sebastian Lysiak

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Quality of Service Management

11.3 Admission Control

11.4 Quality Control

11.5 Performance of the QoS aware GERAN Networks

11.6 Enhanced GERAN Performance towards Conversational Services

References

12 Capacity Enhancements for GSM

Kolio Ivanov, Carsten Ball, Robert Müllner, Hubert Winkler, Kurt Kremnitzer, David Gallegos, Jari Hulkkonen, Krystian Majchrowicz, Sebastian Lasek and Marcin Grygiel

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Progressive Power Control for AMR

12.3 Temporary Overpower

12.4 Handover Signaling Optimization

12.5 Separate Radio Link Timeout Value for AMR

12.6 AMR HR to AMR FR Handover Optimization

12.7 Service DependentChannel Allocation

12.8 Advanced Abis Solutions

References

13 Green GSM: Environmentally Friendly Solutions

Sebastian Lasek, Krystian Krysmalski, Dariusz Tomeczko, Andrzej Maciolek, Grzegorz Lehmann, Piotr Grzybowski, Alessandra Celin and Cristina Gangai

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Energy Optimized Network Design

13.3 Coverage Improvement Techniques

13.4 Capacity Improvement Techniques

13.5 Energy Savings through Software Solutions

13.6 Energy efficient BTS Site

13.7 Renewable Energy Sources

13.8 Energy Savings for Controllers and Transcoders

References

Part III Extending the GSM Paradigm

14 GSM in Multimode Networks

Jürgen Hofmann

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Standardization of MSR Base Station for Multimode Networks

14.3 Status in Regulatory Bodies 

14.4 Usage of MSR Base Stations in Multimode Networks

References

15 Generic Access Network: Extending the GSM Paradigm

Juha Karvinen and Guillaume Sébire

15.1 Introduction

15.2 Drivers for Convergence

15.3 GAN Architecture

15.4 GAN Management Functionality

15.5 Mobility Features in GAN

15.6 Voice Service over GAN

15.7 Supplementary Services

15.8 Packet Switched Data

15.9 Emergency Call Support in GAN

15.10 GAN in 3GPP Releases

15.11 Implementation Aspects for a GAN enabled Device

15.12 Considerations for GAN Deployment

References

Index

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