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5G LTE Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT).

Author: Hossam Fattah
Publisher: Milton : Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2018.
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This book explains the 3GPP technical specifications for the upcoming 5G Internet of Things (IoT) technology based on latest release which is Release 15. It details the LTE protocol stack of an IoT device, architecture and framework, how they are functioning and communicate with cellular infrastructure, and supported features and capability. NB-IoT is designed to connect a large number of devices in a wide range of  Read more...
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Fattah, Hossam.
5G LTE Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT).
Milton : Chapman and Hall/CRC, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hossam Fattah
ISBN: 9780429847578 0429847572
OCLC Number: 1051135673
Notes: 6.4.2 Uplink data transmission.
Description: 1 online resource (263 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Author; List of Abbreviations; 1 Internet of Things; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Outline of this book; 1.1.2 How to read this book; 2 4G and 5G Systems; 2.1 LTE History; 2.2 5G Narrowband Internet of Things; 2.3 NB-IoT Applications and Scenarios; 2.4 Massive Number of Low-Throughput Devices; 2.5 Longer Battery Lifetime; 2.6 Low Latency and Data Reporting; 2.7 LTE NB-IoT Protocol Stack and Architecture; 2.8 NB-IoT Modes of Operation; 3 Radio Resource Control Sublayer; 3.1 Radio Resource Control Sublayer Capability. 3.2 Signalling and Data Radio Bearer3.3 RRC Modes of Operation; 3.4 eNodeB Identities; 3.5 RRC PDU Format; 3.6 UE Behavior in IDLE Mode; 3.6.1 PLMN selection; 3.6.2 Cell selection; 3.6.3 Cell reselection; 3.6.4 Suitable cell; 3.6.5 Triggers for cell reselection for inter-frequency and intra-frequency cells; 3.6.6 Cell reselection for inter-frequency and intra-frequency cells; 3.7 RRC Procedures and Behavior in CONNECTED Mode; 3.7.1 Master information block (MIB-NB); 3.7.2 System information block type 1 (SIB1-NB); 3.7.3 Other system information block; 3.7.5 Paging. 3.7.6 RRC direct indication information3.7.7 RRC connection establishment; 3.7.8 Initial security activation; 3.7.9 RRC connection resume; 3.7.11 RRC connection re-establishment; 3.7.12 RRC connection release; 3.7.13 DL information transfer; 3.7.14 UL information transfer; 3.7.15 UE capability transfer; 3.7.16 Radio link failure; 3.8 Logical Channels; 3.9 Multi-carrier Support; 3.10 Control-Plane and Data-Plane Cellular IoT (CIoT) Optimization; 3.11 Power Saving Mode (PSM); 3.12 Discontinuous Reception (DRX) in IDLE Mode; 4 Packet Data Convergence Protocol Sublayer; 4.1 PDCP Architecture. 4.3 PDCP Entity4.4 Ciphering and Deciphering; 4.6 Header Compression and Decompression; 4.7 PDCP Transmission; 4.7.1 Data and signalling radio bearer transmission on uplink; 4.8 PDCP Reception; 4.8.1 Data radio bearer reception on downlink RLC AM; 4.8.2 Data radio bearer reception on downlink RLC UM; 4.8.3 Signalling radio bearer reception on downlink; 5 Radio Link Layer Sublayer; 5.1 RLC Architecture; 5.3 RLC Entity; 5.3.1 Transparent mode; 5.3.2 Unacknowledgement mode; 5.3.3 Acknowledgement mode; 5.4 RLC PDU Format; 5.5 RLC Transmission and Reception; 5.5.1 RLC TM; 5.5.2 RLC UM. 5.5.3 Example of an RLC UM transmitter and receiver5.5.4 RLC AM transmitting side; 5.5.5 RLC AM retransmitting side; 5.5.6 RLC AM transmitting side for polling RLC STATUS PDU; 5.5.7 RLC AM receive side; 5.5.8 RLC STATUS PDU transmission by receive side; 5.5.9 RLC SDU discard; 5.5.10 Example of an RLC AM transmitter and receiver; 6 Medium Access Control Sublayer; 6.1 MAC Architecture; 6.3 MAC Procedures; 6.3.1 Random access procedure; 6.3.2 Random access exchange; 6.3.3 Contention resolution; 6.3.4 Timing advance command; 6.4 Data Transfer; 6.4.1 Downlink data reception.

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This book explains the 3GPP technical specifications for the upcoming 5G Internet of Things (IoT) technology based on latest release which is Release 15. It details the LTE protocol stack of an IoT device, architecture and framework, how they are functioning and communicate with cellular infrastructure, and supported features and capability. NB-IoT is designed to connect a large number of devices in a wide range of application domains forming so-called Internet of Things (IoT) Connected devices are to communicate through cellular infrastructure. This technology is new within the 3GPP specifications and is part of upcoming new wireless technology known as 5G.Table of Contents -- Preface. Acknowledgments. Author. List of Abbreviations. 1. Internet of Things. 2. 4G and 5G Systems. 3. Radio Resource Control Sublayer. 4. Packet Data Convergence Protocol Sublayer.5. Radio Link Control Sublayer. 6. Medium Access Control Sublayer. 7. Physical Sublayer. 8. Quality of Service Architecture. 9. Use Cases and Deployment. References. Index.

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