LTE

Here we discus about LTE Technology, detail on 4G and How to LTE.


How Channel Architecture in LTE?

A Logical Channel is defined by the type of information it carries. Logical channels are classified into control and traffic channels. Answer to the question: what is it being transported?

How MAC Protocol Work In LTE?

The MAC protocol provides the following services: Logical Channel to Transport channel mapping Scheduling: There is no dedicated channel allocated to a UE. Time and frequency resources are dynamically shared

Radio Link Control (RLC) protocol services in LTE

The Radio Link Control (RLC) protocol provides the following services: Segmentation of SDU according to the size Re-Segmentation of PDU Radio Bearer to logical channel mapping Transfer of data in

State of RRC in LTE

RRC uses the following states: RRC_Idle: •The UE is not connected. There is no radio link. •The network knows that the UE is present on the network and is able

Radio Protocol Stack Overview in LTE

In the C-plane, the NAS functional block is used for network attachment, authentication, setting up bearers, and mobility management. All NAS messages are ciphered and integrity protected by the MMEand

Resource Element Group in LTE

For the control channel, the radio signaling, the Resource Block is not the adapted unit. The control channels mapped on the Resource Elements Groups (REGs), which represent less radio resources

How LTE TDD Subframe Allocations?

One of the advantages of using LTE TDD is that it is possible to dynamically change the up and downlink balance and characteristics to meet the load conditions. In order

OFDMA Parameter for LTE

How Many OFDMA Parameter for LTE? Which is OFDMA Parameter for LTE ? The width of a Sub-carrier is 15 kHz whatever the bandwidth The bandwidths are: 1.4, 3, 5,

SC-FDMA Receiver Benefits in LTE

DFT spreading of modulation symbols reduces PAPR In OFDM, each modulation symbols “sees” a single 15 kHz subcarrier (flat channel) In SC-FD-A, each modulation symbol “sees” a wider bandwidth (i.e.