Throughput or bandwidth that LTE was taken for the physical layer for the MCS under the pick or sustainable conditions. Throughput, individual users might be depends both on the MCS allocated (a function of characteristics and conditions of the user channel) and the requirements of other users sharing the channel resources (as arbitration Scheduler).

Similarly, the bandwidth of the channel will feature a mixture of users in this sector.

The following illustration shows how Shannon limit defines the theoretical upper bound the bit/symbol, which can be squeezed out of the channel for the CINR. Two Additional curves are an example of range that may exist. They are the Show, to illustrate that the MPR could meet the CINR range. Realistic Upper and lower bounds in the system will reflect the actual implementation.

MPR vs CINR for LTE

CINR distribution, among other things, the spatial distribution of users within coverage area will give the distribution of appropriations and MCS. All RF parameters that influence the distribution of influence CINR capacity.

Another important point that can be observed with Shannon curve is that improvements made to low will significantly improve CINR relative capacity as compared to the improvements at higher values of CINR. For example, when changing from 0 to 5 DB, MPR for the curve of the Shannon increases from 1 to 2 (an increase of 100%), butĀ from 10 to 15 DB MPR increases from 3.5 to 5 (an increase of 43%).