Theoretical Analysis of Interference by Non Colocated eNodeB

Here I write about a simulation analysis of the system performance deterioration caused by the following four types of interference: eNodeB->UE, UE->eNodeB, eNodeB->eNodeB, and UE->UE when two systems are not...
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enodeb, simulation analysis, performance deterioration, network coverage, interfering enodeb, interference, coverage, simulationbenefit epc, carrier in lte, find distance between two enodeb based on power measurements, function of rrc in lte, interference, interference for LTE, uplink

Capacity Definition in LTE as Operator level

A commonly accepted definition of capacity is the one provided by Shannon which states that capacity is the maximum achievable set of rates in multiple access channels with an arbitrarily...
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planning engineers, aggregated data, network, maximum, services, parameters, capacity, averagelayer 2 lte, lte architecture, lte device, lte handover, lTE Layer, Time structure in LTE

Advance Future for Mobile WiMAX

Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA): Mobile WiMAX uses OFDM as a multiple-access technique, whereby different users can be allocated different subsets of the OFDM tones. As discussed in detail...
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multiple antenna, multiple access, mobile wimax, system capacity, support, wimax, multiple, system, architecture, frequencybandwidth, ofdma, power control, ranging in wimax, uplink, Wimax, wimax access, wimax guide, wimax system

Why Limited Frequency Resource in Wimax

The challenge to broadband wireless comes from the scarcity of radio-spectrum resources. Regulatory bodies around the world have allocated only a limited amount of spectrum for commercial use. The need...
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spectral efficiency, spatial multiplexing, efficiency, spectrum, spectral, capacity, techniques, interference, frequencyfft in wimax, sinr, Wimax, wimax guide, wimax wireless access

Wimax Business requirement by Point-To-Point or Point-to-Multipoint

Applications using a fixed wireless solution can be classified as point-to-point or point-to-multipoint. Point-to-point applications include interbuilding connectivity within a campus and microwave backhaul. Point-to-multipoint applications include broadband for residential,...
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fixed wireless, broadband services, wimax, broadband, services, deployment, point, cablecsn in wimax, Wimax, wimax access, wimax guide

How Time Slot Allocation for Uplink and Downlink LTE

Here I write down on How Time Slot Allocation for Uplink and Downlink LTE and How Cyclical Prefix Allocation for LTE Time Slot Allocation for Uplink and Downlink – TDD...
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uplink, time, downlink, uplink and downlink, time slot allocation, guard, prefix, configuration, delaycdma gps time, lte vs wimax e in uplink and downlik, time diversity, time domain, time slot, time slot of lte, Time structure in LTE, timeslot, uplink

UE Capability and Cell site relation to traffic in LTE

UE Capability It is important to remember that the composition and penetration of various UE types will also have an impact on the final achievable cell throughput level. A high...
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service, uplink, throughput, capacity, resources, UE Capabilityphysical lte, plmn cell, plmn selection procedure in lte, power control for lte tower, power control in LTE, traffic in lte, uplink

Some Special Antenna Technologies and Scheduling Mode for LTE

Special Antenna Technologies MIMO and Beam Forming are critical features in determining the actual link budget required for the Operator’s network. However, these two features are also critical features from...
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virtual mimo, uplink virtual, scheduling algorithm, uplink, throughput, capacity, scheduler, mimo, algorithmequipment, lte antenna, power level of first preamble in lte, power ratio, ppm, prefix in lte, procedure lte, uplink

3GPP Services Classification and EUTRAN Capacity Limiting Factors

Here I write on 3GPP Services Classification and EUTRAN Capacity Limiting Factors for LTE. 3GPP Services Classification Being a data centric technology, LTE has well defined classifications for Quality of...
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capacity limiting, services classification, packet delay, traffic, capacity, services, factors, eutran3gpp, 3gpp interworking, 3gpp2, eutran, EUTRAN radio, RRC states for EUTRAN, rsrp, uplink

Definition of EUTRAN Capacity Limiting Factors for LTE

Here I write not all but important List of EUTRAN Capacity Limiting Factors for LTE and its definition. Impact of Interference on Capacity Interference is always a main contributor to...
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cell capacity, cell edge, capacity, cell, throughput, power, interference, radio, downlink, uplink, spectrum, network"epc handover", enodeb, epc lte, handover cancel enodeb, lte, lte eutran, power control, sinr, step in, uplink

Operating Frequency Band and RSRP for LTE

Choosing which frequency band to operate a LTE network is one of the most critical decision. Operator has to make when it comes to capacity planning. The frequency propagation and...
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coverage, frequency, capacity, throughput, quality, propagation, operator, network3g lte, data lte, epc lte, filter, lte basic, lte operator, rsrp

What is Polarization Mode for antenna

The polarization is a radiation feature for indicating the vector special direction of field strength of electromagnetic wave. If unspecified, the spatial direction of electric field vector usually serves as...
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polarization wave, field vector, spatial direction, electromagnetic wave, polarization, direction, vector, electriccdma long code, cdma paging, cdma pilot, cdma pn, cdma pn basic, cdma pn planning, cdma reverse link, cdma service, cdma services, cdma soft handoff, cdma spreading, cdma switch on, cdma sync channel, cdma traffic channel, cdma2k long code state sync message lc_state

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