LTE

LTE air interface characteristics & LTE Channel Function

The air interface is the radio-based communication link between the mobile station and the active base station. LTE air interface supports high data rates. LTE uses Orthogonal
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X2 interface Function in LTE – A Connection between Two eNodeBs

The X2 interface is the interface between the eNodeBs. X2 interface protocol stack is described in Figure. X2 Interface performs the following functions: X2-UP (User Plane) X2-CP
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S1 interface – A Single Interface between LTE RAN and evolved packet core

The S1 interface is the interface between the LTE RAN and evolved packet core. S1 interface protocol stack is described in Figure. S1 performs the following functions:
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Function of Control plane protocol stacks in LTE

The control plane includes the application protocol. It also includes the signaling bearers for transporting the application protocol messages. The application protocol is used for setting up
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Function of User plane protocol stacks in LTE

The user plane includes the data streams and the data bearers for the data streams. The data streams are characterized by one or more frame protocols specified
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Evolved Packet Core and Quality of Service QOS in LTE

The LTE related core network evolution is referred to as Evolved Packet Core (EPC). LTE architecture is based on the system architecture evolution (SAE) model defined by
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LTE RAN – A link between UE and EPC in LTE Network

LTE RAN provides the physical radio link between the User Equipment (UE) and the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) network. LTE RAN comprises eNodeBs. The eNodeB contains Transmit
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LTE – eNodeB, MME and SAE Function in Short

Here I write in short about eNodeB functions, Mobile Management Entity (MME) functions and System Architecture Evolution (SAE) functions. LTE – eNodeB functions The eNodeB performs the
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Current LTE Features and Benefits of LTE

Here i write current LTE Features and benefits of LTE in small point note which will short description of LTE technology. Current LTE version features The following
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Initial LTE Network Design Options

While the goals and design targets specified above may be aggressive, options have been approved for consideration in the design that when used properly, will lead to
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Downlink Cell Aggregate and Cell Edge User Throughput Criteria in LTE KPI

DL Cell Aggregate Throughput The DL Cell Aggregate throughput (Effective RLC Aggregate Throughput) is the sum of the throughputs to all the users in the cell at
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Overlapping Zones Number of Servers LTE Data

The overlapping zones (number of servers) criteria are used to establish the quality of the RF propagation environment from an interference point of view. The goal of
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