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Handover Process in LTE

The source eNB issues a HANDOVER REQUEST message to the target eNB passing the necessary information to prepare the HO on target side (UE X2 signaling context reference at source

How LTE Network Architecture?

The LTE/EPC architecture is driven by the goal to optimize the system for packet data transfer. Remember that There are no circuit switched components in LTE/EPC. There is a new

Why LTE Require in Telecom ?

Higher data rates: Obviously this is a general requirement requested from any new system. Quality of service, Lower delay: To enable true convergence between real-time and non-real-time services quality of

BENEFITS OF LTE/EPC

Fully packet-oriented mobile broadband network providing: – Peak data rates of 100 Mbps (DL) and 50 Mbps (UL) – Very low latency – Seamless and lossless handover – Sophisticated QoS

EPS Bearer Terminology in LTE

EPS Bearer Terminology in LTE   Quality of service GBR bearer: Guaranteed bit rate Non-GBR bearer: No guaranteed bit rate Establishment time Default bearer Established when UE connects to PDN

Signal Fading

Slow fading: In case shadow effect is caused by obstacles, and the receiving signal strength decreases but the field strength mid-value changes slowly with the change of the topography, the

CDMA Channel Frequencies & Calculation

The 850MHz CDMA band is most popularly used all over the world.This band as mentioned in the previous slide works between       824-849MHz Used for the Reverse link communication      

Functionally of EPC in LTE

EPC ( Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network) Functionally the EPC is equivalent to the packet switched domain of the existing 3GPP networks. EPC consist of:–MME (Mobility Management Entity)–SAE GW

LTE NETWORK ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW

  LTE network is a PS-Only System, where E-UTRAN is limited to a single node (ENodeB, or eNB). The eNB handles all radio access and control functions. In the core

Evolved HSPA (HSPA+) in LTE

A parallel 3GPP R8 project to LTE and SAE is the Evolved High Speed Packet Access, eHSPA, project (also referred to as HSPA+). The proposed eHSPA features represent a logical