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Radio Bearer in LTE

There are 2 types of Radio Bearers (RB) in LTE:  To carry signaling. There are called the SRB (Signaling Radio Bearer) To carry user data. There are associated with an

What is EPS Bearer in LTE?

EPS is a connection-oriented transmission network and, as such, it requires the establishment of a “virtual” connection between two endpoints (e.g. a UE and a PDN-GW) This virtual connection is

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      

Implementation Margin in LTE

Implementation margin is used to include non-ideal receiver effects such as channel estimation errors, tracking errors, quantization errors, and phase noise.  This implementation margin or sensitivity degradation can be used

Traffic Operation Overview in LTE

DL Data Transmission in LTE UL Data Transmission in LTE DL and UL schedulers are running in the eNodeB.  From the following inputs, the eNodeB schedules the data on the

QoS Parameters of LTE

The QoS Class Identifier (QCI) is a scalar that is used as a reference to access node-specific parameters that control bearer level packet forwarding treatment (e.g. scheduling weights, admission thresholds,

PN Code Generation & Masking

  PN Code Generation PN Code Generation PN codes are generated from prime polynomials using modulo 2 arithmetic. The state machines generating these codes are very simple and consist of

How Walsh Code Generate in CDMA

• Definition: Orthogonal functions have zero correlation.  Two binary sequences are orthogonal if the process of “XORing” them results in an equal number of 1’s and 0’s. Example:   0000

Spread Spectrum Concept

CDMA IS A SCHEME IN WHICH MULTIPLE USERS ARE ASSIGNED RADIO RESOURCES USING THE DIRECT SEQUENCE – SPREAD SPECTRUM (DSSS) TECHNIQUES. ALTHOUGH ALL USERS ARE TRANSMITTING IN THE SAME RF

Conventional Blocking Analysis for CDMA

Conventional Blocking formula and its Analysis for cdma. In AMPS and TDMA systems, voice/traffic channels are assigned to users as long as they are available. Given the required offered traffic,