ZTE Launches First LTE BeamHop AAS Solution

ZTE has launched what it says is the industry’s first LTE BeamHop Solution and demonstrated the LTE A8808 Active Antenna System (AAS) product based on this technology.   Based on...
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Huawei Completes First EHRPD Optimized Handoff Test

Huawei today announced the successful completion of a commercial test for LTE to CDMA evolved, High-Rate Packet Data (eHRPD) optimized handoff. eHRPD means the evolution and improvement of the original...
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Packet-Switched Radio Interface in LTE

LTE has been designed as a completely packet-oriented multi service system, without the reliance on circuit-switched connection-oriented protocols prevalent in its predecessors. In LTE, this philosophy is applied across all...
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What is inside SIM Card (Subscriber Identity Module) ?

Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) The SIM as mentioned previously is a “smart card” which plugs into the ME and contains information about the MS subscriber hence the name Subscriber Identity...
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How To Set Pilot Search Window Sizes in CDMA ?

When the handset first powers up, it does an exhaustive search for the best pilot. No windows are used in this process. On the paging channel, the handset learns the...
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Advantages of CDMA Handoff

It is “soft”, meaning that communication is not interrupted by the handoff. This is sometimes called “make before break.” This means fewer dropped calls for users and higher customer satisfaction...
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Handoff Candidate Classification in CDMA

The mobile station continuously searches for Pilots to detect the presence of other CDMA signals that have the same carrier frequency and measures the strength (received Ec/Nt) of the pilots. ...
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How QPSK & BPSK Modulation in WCDMA?

A data-modulation scheme defines how the data bits are mixed with the carrier signal, which is always a sine wave. There are three basic ways to modulate a carrier signal...
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Location Area Identity (LAI) and Global Cell Identity (GCI) in CDMA

Location Area Identity (LAI)  PAGING message is broadcast within a local area, the size of which depends on traffic, paging bearer capability, signaling flow , etc. Format:  MCC+MNC+LAC  MCC:  Mobile...
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Transmit Diversity & Receive Diversity

Transmit Diversity MISO = Multiple Input Single Output Principle More complex than SISO. 2 or more transmitters and one receiver. MISO is more commonly referred to as transmit diversity. The...
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How to Reverse Access Channel Work in CDMA?

Reverse Access Channel used by MS Initiate Communication or Respond to Paging Channel. A reverse channel is first spread with WALSH to 307.2Kbps and then becomes 1.2288Mcps after long code...
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WCDMA Channelization Code

OVSF Code (Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor) is used as channelization code Orthogonal codes are easily generated by starting with a seed of 1, repeating the 1 horizontally and vertically, and...
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