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Understanding LTE and its performance

Author: Tara Ali-Yahiya
Publisher: New York : Springer Science, 2011.
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This book provides comprehensive coverage of current state of the art theoretical and technological aspects of broadband mobile and wireless networks focusing on Long Term Evolution Network. It  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tara Ali-Yahiya
ISBN: 1441964576 9781441964571 1441964568 9781441964564
OCLC Number: 747412213
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 250 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Part I. Understanding LTE : --
1. Introduction to Mobile Broadband Wireless --
2. Network Architecture and Protocols --
2. Interface in User and Control Planes --
1. Interface in User and Control Planes --
3. LTE Radio Layer Design --
2. Design --
4. LTE Phyiscal Layer --
Part II. LTE Key Features : --
5. Quality of Service --
6. Interworking Design for LTE Convergence --
7. Mobility --
4. and IPv --
1. Interface --
1. Interface (Without Changing S-GW) --
8. LTE and Femtocell --
Part III. LTE Performance : --
9. Downlink Radio Resource Allocation Strategies in LTE Networks --
10. Performance Study of Opportunistic Scheduling in LTE Networks --
11. Cross-Layer Multiservice Scheduling for LTE Networks --
12. Fractional Frequency Reuse in LTE Networks --
13. Performance Study of Mobile Wi MAX and LTE Interworking --
14. LTE Femtocell Integration with Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks and RFID Technologies --
Part I. Understanding LTE : --
1. Introduction to Mobile Broadband Wireless --
1.1. Mobile Generation Networks --
1.1.1. First-Generation Mobile 1G --
1.1.2. Second-Generation Mobile 2G --
1.1.3. Third-Generation Mobile 3G --
1.1.4. The Path Toward 4G --
1.2. LTE and Other Broadband Wireless Technologies --
1.2.1. Mobile Wi MAX --
1.2.2. Wi Fi --
1.3. Overview of LTE --
1.3.1. Relevant Features of LTE --
1.3.2. Relevant Features of LTE-Advanced --
1.4. Summary and Conclusion --
2. Network Architecture and Protocols --
2.1. Architecture Model and Concepts --
2.2. Architecture Reference Model --
2.2.1. Functional Description of LTE Network --
2.2.2. Reference Points --
2.3. Control and User Planes --
2.3.1. User Plane --
2.3.2. Control Plane --
2.3.3. X --
2. Interface in User and Control Planes --
2.3.4. S --
1. Interface in User and Control Planes --
2.4. Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service (MBSM) --
2.4.1. MBMS Service Architecture --
2.4.2. MBMS Service Deployment --
2.5. Stream Control Transmission Protocol --
2.6. Network Discovery and Selection --
2.7. Radio Resource Management --
2.7.1. Radio Bearer Control (RBC) --
2.7.2. Connection Mobility Control (CMC) --
2.7.3. Dynamic Resource Allocation (DRA) --
Packet Scheduling (PS) --
2.7.4. Inter-cell Interference Coordination (ICIC) --
2.7.5. Load Balancing (LB) --
2.7.6. Inter-RAT Radio Resource Management --
2.7.7. Subscriber Profile ID for RAT/Frequency Priority --
2.8. Authentication and Authorization --
2.8.1. User Authentication, Key Agreement, and Key Generation --
2.8.2. Signaling and User-Plane Security --
2.9. Summary and Conclusions --
3. LTE Radio Layer Design --
3.1. Layer --
2. Design --
3.2. MAC Sublayer --
3.2.1. Logical Channels --
3.2.2. Transport Channels --
3.2.3. Mapping of Transport Channels to Logical Channels --
3.2.4. MAC Transport Block Structure --
3.2.5. HARQ --
3.2.6. Buffer Status Reporting --
3.2.7. Random Access Procedure --
3.2.8. Scheduling Request --
3.3. PDCP Sublayer --
3.3.1. Header Compression and Decompression --
3.3.2. Ciphering and Deciphering --
3.3.3. Integrity Protection and Verification --
3.4. RLC Sublayer --
3.5. Summary and Conclusion --
4. LTE Phyiscal Layer --
4.1. LTE Fundamental Concepts of PHY Layer --
4.1.1. Single-Carrier Modulation and Channel Equalization --
4.1.2. Frequency Division Multiplexing --
4.1.3. OFDM --
4.1.4. Link Adaptation --
4.1.5. Generic Radio Frame Structure --
4.1.6. Downlink Reference Signals --
4.1.7. Uplink Reference Signals --
4.1.8. Downlink Control Channel --
4.1.9. Uplink Control Channel --
4.2. MIMO and LTE --
4.3. MIMO and MRC --
4.4. Summary and Conclusions --
Part II. LTE Key Features : --
5. Quality of Service --
5.1. Qo S Mechanisms --
5.2. Qo S Control at Bearer Level --
5.2.1. Qo S Parameters --
5.2.2. Network Initiation Qo S --
5.3. Qo S Control at Service Data Flow Level --
5.3.1. Policy and Charging Control Rule --
5.4. Multimedia Session Management --
5.4.1. Session Initiation Protocol --
5.4.2. Registration and IMS --
5.4.3. Qo S Provisioning and IMS --
5.5. Summary and Conclusions --
6. Interworking Design for LTE Convergence --
6.1. General Design Principles of the Interworking Architecture --
6.2. Interworking Scenario --
6.3. LTE Interworking with IEEE --
6.3.1. Mobile Wi MAX and LTE Interworking Architecture --
6.3.2. WLAN and LTE Interworking --
6.3.3. Network Discovery and Selection --
6.4. LTE Interworking with 3GPP --
6.4.1. E-UTRAN and HRPD --
6.5. IEEE --
802. .21 --
6.6. Summary and Conclusions --
7. Mobility --
7.1. Mobility Management --
7.1.1. Location Management --
7.1.2. Handover Management --
7.2. Mobile IP --
7.2.1. Registering the Care-of Address --
7.2.2. Automatic Home Agent discovery --
7.2.3. Tunneling to the Care-of Address --
7.2.4. Proxy and Gratuitous Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) --
7.3. Differences Between IPv --
4. and IPv --
7.3.1. Reverse Tunnels --
7.3.2. Use of Route Optimization --
7.4. Proxy Mobile IP --
7.4.1. Idle Mode Mobility --
7.4.2. Active Mode Mobility --
7.4.3. Handover Using the S --
1. Interface --
7.4.4. Inter-MME Handover Using the S --
1. Interface (Without Changing S-GW) --
7.5. Inter-RAT Handover: E-UTRAN to UTRAN Iu Mode --
7.6. Summary and Conclusions --
8. LTE and Femtocell --
8.1. Behind Femtocell Emergence --
8.2. Femtocell Technology --
8.3. Femtocell Benefits --
8.3.1. User Benefits --
8.3.2. Operator Benefits --
8.4. LTE Femtocell Design Issues --
8.4.1. LTE Femtocell Architecture --
8.5. LTE Femtocell Deployment Scenarios --
8.5.1. Scenario --
8.5.2. Scenario --
8.5.3. Scenario --
8.6. Femtocell Access Control Strategy --
8.6.1. CSG Concept --
8.6.2. Physical Cell Identity --
8.7. LTE Femtocell Challenges and Technical Issues --
8.7.1. Interference --
8.7.2. Spectrum Allocation --
8.7.3. Access Mode Impact --
8.7.4. Security and Privacy Challenges --
8.7.5. Synchronization --
8.7.6. Mobility --
8.8. Summary and Conclusion --
Part III. LTE Performance : --
9. Downlink Radio Resource Allocation Strategies in LTE Networks --
9.1. An Overview of Resource Allocation Techniques in OFDMA Systems --
9.2. System Model --
9.3. OFDMA Key Principles --
Analysis and Performance Characterizations --
9.3.1. OFDMA Slot Structure in LTE Generic Frame --
9.3.2. Adaptive Modulation and Coding --
9.3.3. Multiuser Diversity --
9.3.4. Capacity Analysis --
Time and Frequency Domain --
9.4. Proposed Radio Resource Allocation Strategies --
9.4.1. Problem Formulation --
9.4.2. Adaptive Slot Allocation (ASA) Algorithm --
9.4.3. Reservation-Based Slot Allocation (RSA) Algorithm --
9.5. Performance Evaluation --
9.5.1. Simulation Parameters --
9.5.2. Simulation Results --
9.6. Summary and Conclusions --
10. Performance Study of Opportunistic Scheduling in LTE Networks --
10.1. Introduction --
10.2. Downlink System Model --
10.3. Opportunistic Packet Scheduling Algorithms --
10.3.1. Proportional Fairness (PF) --
10.3.2. Maximum Largest Weighted Delay First (M-LWDF) --
10.3.3. Exponential Proportional Fairness (EXP/PF) --
10.4. Simulation Environment --
10.5. Traffic Model --
10.6. Simulation Results --
10.6.1. Packet Loss Ratio --
10.6.2. Delay --
10.6.3. Throughput --
10.6.4. Fairness Index --
10.6.5. Cell Spectral Efficiency --
10.7. Conclusion --
11. Cross-Layer Multiservice Scheduling for LTE Networks --
11.1. Channel-Based Scheduling Solutions --
11.1.1. Modified Largest Weighted Delay First (M-LWDF) Algorithm --
11.1.2. Exponential (EXP) Algorithm --
11.1.3. Delay-Based Utility Optimization Algorithm --
11.1.4. Maximum Fairness (MF) Algorithm --
11.2. Channel-Aware Class-Based Queue (CACBQ) --
The Proposed Solution --
11.2.1. System Model --
11.2.2. Channel-Aware Class-Based Queue (CACBQ) Framework --
11.3. CACBQ Performance Evaluation --
11.3.1. Simulation Environment --
11.3.2. Traffic Model --
11.3.3. Simulation Results --
11.3.4. Fairness and Efficiency --
11.4. Summary and Conclusions --
12. Fractional Frequency Reuse in LTE Networks --
12.1. Introduction --
12.2. Proposed Design for LTE Network Architecture --
12.2.1. Radio Resource Allocation Model --
12.2.2. Link Model --
12.2.3. Problem Formulation --
12.3. Hierarchical Resource Allocation Approach (HRAA) --
12.3.1. Resource Allocation at RRC --
12.3.2. Resource Allocation at the e Node B --
12.4. Numerical Results --
12.4.1. Simulation Environment --
12.4.2. Simulation Results --
12.5. Summary and Conclusions --
13. Performance Study of Mobile Wi MAX and LTE Interworking --
13.1. Introduction --
13.2. Handover Overview --
13.3. Mobile Wi MAX and LTE Interworking Architecture --
13.4. Handover Decision-Based Neyman-Pearson Lemma --
13.5. Handover Execution Based on FMIPv --
13.6. Performance Evaluation --
13.6.1. Scenario --
13.6.2. Scenario --
13.6.3. Scenario --
13.7. Simulation Results --
13.8. Summary and Conclusions --
14. LTE Femtocell Integration with Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks and RFID Technologies --
14.1. Introduction --
14.1.1. Handover Management --
14.2. Motivation and Proposal Overview --
14.3. Scheme A: RFID-Assisted Network Movement Detection --
14.3.1. System Architecture Design --
14.3.2. Mechanism --
14.4. Scheme B: Deploying RFID and WSAN for Improving Handover at Link and Network Layer --
14.4.1. System Architecture Design --
14.4.2. Mechanism --
14.5. Theoretical Analysis --
14.5.1. Time Response --
14.6. Performance Analysis --
14.6.1. Simulation Setup --
14.6.2. Accuracy Analysis --
14.6.3. Time Latency --
14.7. Summary and Conclusions.
Responsibility: Tara Ali-Yahiya.

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