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UMTS Network Planning, Optimization, and Inter-Operation with GSM

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UMTS Network Planning, Optimization, and Inter Operation with GSM is an accessible, one stop reference to help engineers effectively reduce the time and costs involved in UMTS deployment and optimization.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface xv
Acknowledgments xix
Introduction
1(6)
Overview of 3G Standards and WCDMA Releases
1(2)
3G Challenges
3(2)
Future Trends
5(2)
UMTS System and Air Interface Architecture
7(34)
Network Architecture
8(3)
The Access Stratum
8(1)
The Non-Access Stratum and Core Network
9(1)
UTRAN Architecture
9(1)
Synchronization in the UTRAN
10(1)
UE Power Classes
11(1)
The Air Interface Modes of Operation
11(1)
Spectrum Allocations
12(1)
WCDM A and the Spreading Concept
12(5)
Processing Gain and Impact on C/I Requirement
13(1)
Resistivity to Narrowband Interference
14(1)
Rake Reception of Multipath Signals and the Efficiency
15(1)
Variable Spreading and Multi-Code Operation
16(1)
Cell Isolation Mechanism and Scrambling Codes
17(1)
Power Control Necessity
17(1)
Soft/Softer Handovers and the Benefits
18(1)
Framing and Modulation
19(1)
Channel Definitions
19(12)
Physical Channels
20(1)
Uplink Physical Channels
20(2)
Downlink Physical Channels
22(6)
Frame Timing Relationships
28(1)
DPCCH and DPDCH on Uplink and Downlink
28(1)
Uplink-Downlink Timing at UE
28(1)
HS-SCCH/HS-PDSCH Timing Relationship
28(1)
Transport Channels
29(1)
Channel Mappings
30(1)
Logical Channels
30(1)
The Radio Interface Protocol Architecture
31(6)
The RLC Sub-layer
33(1)
The MAC Protocol Functions
34(1)
RRC and Channel State Transitions
34(2)
Packet Data Convergence Sub-layer (PDCP)
36(1)
The Broadcast Multicast Control (BMC) Protocol
37(1)
The Important Physical Layer Measurements
37(4)
UE Link Performance Related Measurements
37(1)
CPICHRSCP
37(1)
UTRA Carrier RSSI
38(1)
CPICH Ec/No
38(1)
BLER
38(1)
UE Transmitted Power on One Carrier
38(1)
UE Transmission Power Headroom
38(1)
UTRAN Link Performance Related
Measurements
38(1)
Received Total Wide Band Power
38(1)
SIR
39(1)
Transmitted Carrier Power
39(1)
Transmitted Code Power
39(1)
Transport Channel BER
39(1)
Physical Channel BER
39(1)
References
40(1)
Multipath and Path Loss Modeling
41(24)
Multipath Reception
42(6)
Delay Spread
42(1)
Coherence Bandwidth
43(2)
Doppler Effect
45(1)
Small-scale Multipath Effects
45(1)
Channel Coherence Time
46(2)
3GPP Multipath Channel Models
48(1)
ITU Multipath Channel Models
49(2)
Large-Scale Distance Effects
51(11)
Lognormal Fading
51(1)
Path Loss Models
52(1)
The Free-space Path Loss Model
53(1)
The Two-ray Ground Reflection Path Loss Model
53(1)
Okumura-Hata Path Loss Models
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