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Wireless networks : design and integration for LTE, EVDO, HSPA, and WiMAX

Author: Clint Smith, (Telecommunications specialist); Daniel Collins
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC., ©2014.
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Design next-generation wireless networks using the latest technologies. Fully updated throughout to address current and emerging technologies, standards, and protocols, Wireless Networks, Third Edition, explains wireless system design, high-speed voice and data transmission, internetworking protocols, and 4G convergence. New chapters cover LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, and backhaul. You'll learn how to successfully integrate  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Clint Smith, (Telecommunications specialist); Daniel Collins
OCLC Number: 897451747
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 729 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables
Contents: A. About the authors --
B. Dedication --
C. Preface --
D. Acknowledgment --
1. Introduction --
The amazing growth of mobile communications --
A little history --
Mobile communications fundamentals --
Mobile data --
Wifi --
Bluetooth --
Cable systems --
Wireless migration options --
Harmonization process --
Overview of following chapters --
References --
2. Third-generation (3g) overview --
Introduction --
Universal mobile telecommunications service (umts) --
Umts services --
The umts air interface --
Overview of the 3gpp release 1999 network architecture --
Overview of the 3gpp release 4 network architecture --
Overview of the 3gpp release 5 all-ip network architecture --
Overview cdma2000 --
Td-cdma --
Td-scdma --
Commonality among wcdma, cdma2000, td-cdma, and td-scdma --
References --
3. Universal mobile telecommunications service (umts) --
Introduction --
Umts basics --
The wcdma air interface --
The utran architecture --
Establishment of a umts speech call --
Umts packet data (r99) --
High-speed packet data --
Handover --
Hspa connection establishment --
References --
4. Cdma2000 --
Radio and network components --
Network structure --
Packet-data transport process flow --
Radio network (is-2000 1xrtt) --
Evdo --
Evdo session flows --
Evdv --
Cdma channel allocation --
Deployment scenario --
Evdo revision b --
References --
5. Td-scdma --
Generic td-scdma architecture --
Core network --
Radio network --
Interference-mitigation techniques --
Ran traffic planning --
Handover --
Implementation --
References. 6. Td-cdma --
Generic td-cdma architecture --
Core network --
Radio network --
Interference-mitigation techniques --
Ran traffic planning --
Handover --
Implementation --
Comparison --
References --
7. Long-term evolution --
Lte ecosystem --
Standards --
Radio spectrum --
Lte architecture --
User equipment (ue) --
Enhanced node b (enodeb) --
Core network (epc) --
Radio channel components --
Td-lte --
Multiple input multiple output --
Lte scheduler --
Carrier aggregation --
Cell search --
Cell reselection --
Attach and default bearer activation --
Handover (x2, s1, inter-mme) --
Self-organizing networks (sons) --
Relay cells --
Heterogeneous network (hetnet) --
Remote radio heads (rrh) --
Volte --
Lte advanced --
References --
8. Wimax --
Introduction --
Standards --
Generic wimax architecture --
Core network --
Radio network --
Wimax spectrum --
Modulation --
Channel structure --
Mixed mode --
Interference mitigation techniques --
Frequency planning --
Features and applications --
Security --
Qos --
Profiles --
Origination --
Handover --
Femto and son --
References --
9. Voice over ip (voip) technology --
Why voip? --
The basics of ip transport --
Voip challenges --
H.323 --
The session initiation protocol (sip) --
Distributed architecture and media gateway control --
Voip and ss7 --
Voip quality of service --
References --
10. Wifi --
Wifi (802.11) --
802.11 standards --
Wifi protocols --
Frequency allocation --
Modulation and coding schemes --
Network architecture --
Typical wifi configurations --
Security --
802.11 services --
Hot spots --
Virtual private networks (vpns) --
Mobile vpn --
Vpn types --
Wifi integration with 3g/4g --
Benefits of convergence of wifi and wireless mobile --
References. 11. Broadband system rf design considerations --
Rf system design procedures --
Methodology --
Link budget --
Propagation models --
Tower-top amplifiers --
Dual band coupler (diplexer) --
Rf design guidelines --
Traffic projections --
Cell-site design --
Rf design report --
References --
12. Network design considerations --
Traffic forecasts --
Build-ahead --
Network node dimensioning --
Interface design and transmission network considerations --
Placement of network nodes and overall network topology --
Service treatments --
Tdm/ip/atm considerations --
Tdm switching --
Switching functions --
Circuit switches --
Circuit-switching hierarchy --
Packet switching --
Ip networks --
Ip addressing --
Soft switches --
Atm --
Facility sizes --
Demand estimation --
Voip --
Osi levels --
Signaling system 7 (ss7)/common channel signaling (cc7) --
Timing (clocking) --
Precision time protocol (ptp) and synchronous ethernet (synce) --
Roaming is41 and map --
Diameter --
Regulatory considerations --
Design considerations --
Final report --
Summary --
References --
13. Backhaul --
Backhaul design requirements --
Backhaul circuit types --
T1/e1 --
Fiber --
Microwave --
Plesiochronous digital hierarchy (pdh) --
Sonet/sdh --
Mpls --
Wdm/dwdm --
Metroethernet (men) --
Backhaul topology --
Backhaul design --
References --
14. Antenna system selection --
Base-station antennas --
Performance criteria --
Diversity --
Cross-pole antennas --
Dual-band antenna --
Intelligent antennas --
Mimo --
Dbi and dbd --
References --
15. Umts system design --
Network design principles --
Rf coverage analysis --
Rf capacity analysis --
Design of the radio access network --
Umts overlaid on gsm --
Hspa --
References. 16. Cdma2000 system design --
Design methodology --
Deployment guidelines --
System traffic estimation --
Radio elements --
Fixed network design requirements --
Traffic model (1xrtt) --
Handoffs --
Pn offset assignment --
Link budget --
Sample basic designs --
References --
17. Td-cdma and td-scdma system design --
Design methodology --
Deployment guidelines --
System traffic estimation --
Radio elements --
Fixed network design requirements --
Sample basic designs --
References --
18. Long-term evolution system design --
Design methodology --
Spectrum --
Coverage requirements --
Link budget --
Network topology --
System traffic estimation --
Fixed network design requirements --
Implementation --
Backhaul considerations --
Deployment --
Antenna configurations --
References --
19. Wimax system design --
Design methodology --
Coverage --
Link budget --
Rf propagation analysis --
Parameters --
Configurations --
References --
20. Communication sites --
Communication-site types --
Installation --
Towers --
Stealth --
In-building and tunnel systems --
Intermodulation --
Collocation --
Path clearance --
Tower-top amplifiers --
Multiple technology configuration considerations --
Communication-site checklist --
References --
21. 5g and beyond --
Technology path --
Smartphones and wireless broadband edge device (wbed) --
Software-defined radio (sdr) --
Millimeter wave backhaul --
Applications --
Services --
Advanced broadband wireless access --
Multimedia (mobile tv) --
Mvno --
First responders --
Business requirements --
References.
Responsibility: by Clint Smith, Daniel Collins.

Abstract:

Design next-generation wireless networks using the latest technologies. Fully updated throughout to address current and emerging technologies, standards, and protocols, Wireless Networks, Third Edition, explains wireless system design, high-speed voice and data transmission, internetworking protocols, and 4G convergence. New chapters cover LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, and backhaul. You'll learn how to successfully integrate LTE, WiMAX, UMTS, HSPA, CDMA2000/EVDO, and TD-SCDMA into existing cellular/PCS networks. Configure, manage, and optimize high-performance wireless networks with help from this thoroughly revised, practical guide.

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