The Resource LTE-advanced : 3GPP solution for IMT-advanced, editors, Harri Holma and Antti Toskala

LTE-advanced : 3GPP solution for IMT-advanced, editors, Harri Holma and Antti Toskala

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LTE-advanced : 3GPP solution for IMT-advanced
Title
LTE-advanced
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3GPP solution for IMT-advanced
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editors, Harri Holma and Antti Toskala
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  • eng
Summary
From the editors of the highly successful LTE for UMTS: Evolution to LTE-Advanced, this new book examines the main technical enhancements brought by LTE-Advanced, thoroughly covering 3GPP Release 10 specifications and the main items in Release 11. Using illustrations, graphs and real-life scenarios, the authors systematically lead readers through this cutting-edge topic to provide an outlook on existing technologies as well as possible future developments. The book is structured to follow the main technical areas that will be enhanced by the LTE-Advanced specifications. The main topics covered include: Carrier Aggregation; Multiantenna MIMO Transmission, Heterogeneous Networks; Coordinated Multipoint Transmission (CoMP); Relay nodes; 3GPP milestones and IMT-Advanced process in ITU-R; and LTE-Advanced Performance Evaluation. Key features: . Leading author and editor team bring their expertise to the next generation of LTE technology. Includes tables, figures and plots illustrating the concepts or simulation results, to aid understanding of the topic, and enabling readers to be ahead of the technological advances
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Also available in print.
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  • 621.384
  • 621.38456
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illustrations
Index
index present
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English
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TK5103.48325
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.L73 2012eb
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1970-
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  • Holma, Harri
  • Toskala, Antti
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Long-Term Evolution (Telecommunications)
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LTE-advanced : 3GPP solution for IMT-advanced, editors, Harri Holma and Antti Toskala
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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Contents
  • -- List of Contributors xiii -- Preface xv -- Acknowledgements xvii -- List of Abbreviations xix -- 1 Introduction 1 /Harri Holma and Antti Toskala -- 1.1 Introduction 1 -- 1.2 Radio Technology Convergence Towards LTE 1 -- 1.3 LTE Capabilities 3 -- 1.4 Underlying Technology Evolution 4 -- 1.5 Traffic Growth 4 -- 1.6 LTE-Advanced Schedule 6 -- 1.7 LTE-Advanced Overview 6 -- 1.8 Summary 7 -- 2 LTE-Advanced Standardization 8 /Antti Toskala -- 2.1 Introduction 8 -- 2.2 LTE-Advanced and IMT-Advanced 8 -- 2.3 LTE-Advanced Requirements 9 -- 2.4 LTE-Advanced Study and Specification Phases 10 -- 2.5 Further LTE-Advanced 3GPP Releases 11 -- 2.6 LTE-Advanced Specifications 11 -- 2.7 Conclusions 12 -- References 12 -- 3 LTE Release 8 and 9 Overview 14 /Antti Toskala -- 3.1 Introduction 14 -- 3.2 Physical Layer 14 -- 3.3 Architecture 22 -- 3.4 Protocols 23 -- 3.5 EPC and IMS 26 -- 3.6 UE Capability and Differences in Release 8 and 9 27 -- 3.7 Conclusions 28 -- References 29 -- 4 Downlink Carrier Aggregation 30 /Mieszko Chmiel and Antti Toskala -- 4.1 Introduction 30 -- 4.2 Carrier Aggregation Principle 30 -- 4.3 Protocol Impact from Carrier Aggregation 33 -- 4.4 Physical Layer Impact from Carrier Aggregation 38 -- 4.5 Performance 42 -- 4.6 Band Combinations for Carrier Aggregation 46 -- 4.7 Conclusions 48 -- Reference 49 -- 5 Uplink Carrier Aggregation 50 /Jari Lindholm, Claudio Rosa, Hua Wang and Antti Toskala -- 5.1 Introduction 50 -- 5.2 Uplink Carrier Aggregation Principle 50 -- 5.3 Protocol Impacts from Uplink Carrier Aggregation 51 -- 5.4 Physical Layer Impact from Uplink Carrier Aggregation 52 -- 5.5 Performance 56 -- 5.6 Band Combinations for Carrier Aggregation 61 -- 5.7 Conclusions 62 -- References 62 -- 6 Downlink MIMO 63 /Timo Lunttila, Peter Skov and Antti Toskala -- 6.1 Introduction 63 -- 6.2 Downlink MIMO Enhancements Overview 63 -- 6.3 Protocol Impact from Downlink MIMO Enhancements 64 -- 6.4 Physical Layer Impact from Downlink MIMO 65 -- 6.5 Performance 70 -- 6.6 Conclusions 73
  • References 74 -- 7 Uplink MIMO 75 /Timo Lunttila, Kari Hooli, YuYu Yan and Antti Toskala -- 7.1 Introduction 75 -- 7.2 Uplink MIMO Enhancements Overview 75 -- 7.3 Protocol Impacts from Uplink MIMO 76 -- 7.4 Physical Layer Impacts from Uplink MIMO 77 -- 7.4.1 Uplink Reference Signal Structure 77 -- 7.4.2 MIMO Transmission for Uplink Data 79 -- 7.4.3 MIMO Transmission for Uplink Control Signalling 82 -- 7.4.4 Multi-User MIMO Transmission in the Uplink 82 -- 7.5 Performance 83 -- 7.6 Conclusions 84 -- References 85 -- 8 Heterogeneous Networks 86 /Harri Holma, Patrick Marsch and Klaus Pedersen -- 8.1 Introduction 86 -- 8.2 Base Station Classes 87 -- 8.3 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management 89 -- 8.3.1 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management in Idle State 90 -- 8.3.2 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management in the Connected State 91 -- 8.3.3 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management with Femto Cells 91 -- 8.3.4 WiFi Offloading 92 -- 8.4 Interference Management 94 -- 8.4.1 Static Interference Avoidance through Frequency Reuse Patterns 96 -- 8.4.2 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Frequency Domain 97 -- 8.4.3 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Time Domain 98 -- 8.4.4 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Power Domain 101 -- 8.5 Performance Results 101 -- 8.5.1 Macro and Outdoor Pico Scenarios 102 -- 8.5.2 Macro and Femto Scenarios 105 -- 8.6 Local IP Access (LIPA) 107 -- 8.7 Summary 108 -- References 108 -- 9 Relays 110 /Harri Holma, Bernhard Raaf and Simone Redana -- 9.1 Introduction 110 -- 9.2 General Overview 111 -- 9.3 Physical Layer 112 -- 9.3.1 Inband and Outband Relays 112 -- 9.3.2 Sub-frames 113 -- 9.3.3 Retransmissions 115 -- 9.3.4 Relays Compared to Repeaters 116 -- 9.3.5 Relays in TD-LTE 118 -- 9.4 Architecture and Protocols 118 -- 9.4.1 Sub-frame Configuration with Relay Nodes 118 -- 9.4.2 Bearer Usage with Relay Nodes 119 -- 9.4.3 Packet Header Structure in the Relay Interface 120 -- 9.4.4 Attach Procedure 121 -- 9.4.5 Handovers 121 -- 9.4.6 Autonomous Neighbour Relations 122
  • 9.5 Radio Resource Management 124 -- 9.6 Coverage and Capacity 125 -- 9.6.1 Coverage Gain 126 -- 9.6.2 User Throughput Gains 128 -- 9.6.3 Cost Analysis 129 -- 9.7 Relay Enhancements 130 -- 9.8 Summary 132 -- References 132 -- 10 Self-Organizing Networks (SON) 135 /Cinzia Sartori and Harri Holma -- 10.1 Introduction 135 -- 10.2 SON Roadmap in 3GPP Releases 135 -- 10.3 Self-Optimization 137 -- 10.3.1 Mobility Robustness Optimization 137 -- 10.3.2 Mobility Load Balancing 142 -- 10.3.3 Minimization of Drive Tests 142 -- 10.3.4 MDT Management and Reporting 144 -- 10.3.5 Energy Savings 145 -- 10.3.6 eNodeB Overlay 146 -- 10.3.7 Capacity-Limited Network 147 -- 10.3.8 Capacity and Coverage Optimization 148 -- 10.4 Self-Healing 150 -- 10.4.1 Cell Outage Compensation 150 -- 10.5 SON Features in 3GPP Release 11 151 -- 10.6 Summary 151 -- References 152 -- 11 Performance Evaluation 153 /Harri Holma and Klaus Pedersen -- 11.1 Introduction 153 -- 11.2 LTE-Advanced Targets 154 -- 11.2.1 ITU Evaluation Environments 155 -- 11.3 LTE-Advanced Performance Evaluation 156 -- 11.3.1 Peak Data Rates 156 -- 11.3.2 UE Categories 157 -- 11.3.3 ITU Efficiency Evaluation 158 -- 11.3.4 3GPP Efficiency Evaluation 160 -- 11.4 Network Capacity and Coverage 163 -- 11.5 Summary 165 -- References 165 -- 12 Release 11 and Outlook Towards Release 12 166 /Timo Lunttila, Rapeepat Ratasuk, Jun Tan, Amitava Ghosh and Antti Toskala -- 12.1 Introduction 166 -- 12.2 Release 11 LTE-Advanced Content 166 -- 12.3 Advanced LTE UE Receiver 168 -- 12.3.1 Overview of MMSE-MRC and MMSE-IRC Methods 169 -- 12.3.2 Performance of UE Receiver using IRC and its Comparison -- to MRC Receiver for Various DL Transmit Modes 170 -- 12.4 Machine Type Communications 172 -- 12.5 Carrier Aggregation Enhancements 177 -- 12.6 Enhanced Downlink Control Channel 179 -- 12.7 Release 12 LTE-Advanced Outlook 181 -- 12.8 Conclusions 183 -- References 183 -- 13 Coordinated Multipoint Transmission and Reception 184 /Harri Holma, Kari Hooli, Pasi Kinnunen, Troels Kolding, PatrickMarsch and Xiaoyi Wang
  • 13.1 Introduction 184 -- 13.2 CoMP Concept 184 -- 13.3 Radio Network Architecture Options 187 -- 13.4 Downlink CoMP Transmission 190 -- 13.4.1 Enablers for Downlink CoMP in 3GPP 191 -- 13.4.2 Signal Processing and RRM for CoMP 192 -- 13.4.3 Other Implementation Aspects 194 -- 13.5 Uplink CoMP Reception 194 -- 13.6 Downlink CoMP Gains 198 -- 13.7 Uplink CoMP Gains 201 -- 13.8 CoMP Field Trials 204 -- 13.9 Summary 205 -- References 205 -- 14 HSPA Evolution 206 /Harri Holma and Karri Ranta-aho -- 14.1 Introduction 206 -- 14.2 Multicarrier Evolution 206 -- 14.3 Multiantenna Evolution 208 -- 14.4 Multiflow Transmission 211 -- 14.5 Small Packet Efficiency 213 -- 14.6 Voice Evolution 215 -- 14.6.1 Adaptive Multirate Wideband (AMR-WB) Voice Codec 215 -- 14.6.2 Voice Over IP (VoIP) 215 -- 14.6.3 CS Voice Over HSPA (CSoHSPA) 215 -- 14.6.4 Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SR-VCC) 215 -- 14.7 Advanced Receivers 215 -- 14.7.1 Advanced UE Receivers 215 -- 14.7.2 Advanced NodeB Receivers 216 -- 14.8 Flat Architecture 217 -- 14.9 LTE Interworking 218 -- 14.10 Summary 218 -- References 219 -- Index 221
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9781118399439
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LTE-advanced : 3GPP solution for IMT-advanced, editors, Harri Holma and Antti Toskala
Publication
Distribution
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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online resource
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cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • -- List of Contributors xiii -- Preface xv -- Acknowledgements xvii -- List of Abbreviations xix -- 1 Introduction 1 /Harri Holma and Antti Toskala -- 1.1 Introduction 1 -- 1.2 Radio Technology Convergence Towards LTE 1 -- 1.3 LTE Capabilities 3 -- 1.4 Underlying Technology Evolution 4 -- 1.5 Traffic Growth 4 -- 1.6 LTE-Advanced Schedule 6 -- 1.7 LTE-Advanced Overview 6 -- 1.8 Summary 7 -- 2 LTE-Advanced Standardization 8 /Antti Toskala -- 2.1 Introduction 8 -- 2.2 LTE-Advanced and IMT-Advanced 8 -- 2.3 LTE-Advanced Requirements 9 -- 2.4 LTE-Advanced Study and Specification Phases 10 -- 2.5 Further LTE-Advanced 3GPP Releases 11 -- 2.6 LTE-Advanced Specifications 11 -- 2.7 Conclusions 12 -- References 12 -- 3 LTE Release 8 and 9 Overview 14 /Antti Toskala -- 3.1 Introduction 14 -- 3.2 Physical Layer 14 -- 3.3 Architecture 22 -- 3.4 Protocols 23 -- 3.5 EPC and IMS 26 -- 3.6 UE Capability and Differences in Release 8 and 9 27 -- 3.7 Conclusions 28 -- References 29 -- 4 Downlink Carrier Aggregation 30 /Mieszko Chmiel and Antti Toskala -- 4.1 Introduction 30 -- 4.2 Carrier Aggregation Principle 30 -- 4.3 Protocol Impact from Carrier Aggregation 33 -- 4.4 Physical Layer Impact from Carrier Aggregation 38 -- 4.5 Performance 42 -- 4.6 Band Combinations for Carrier Aggregation 46 -- 4.7 Conclusions 48 -- Reference 49 -- 5 Uplink Carrier Aggregation 50 /Jari Lindholm, Claudio Rosa, Hua Wang and Antti Toskala -- 5.1 Introduction 50 -- 5.2 Uplink Carrier Aggregation Principle 50 -- 5.3 Protocol Impacts from Uplink Carrier Aggregation 51 -- 5.4 Physical Layer Impact from Uplink Carrier Aggregation 52 -- 5.5 Performance 56 -- 5.6 Band Combinations for Carrier Aggregation 61 -- 5.7 Conclusions 62 -- References 62 -- 6 Downlink MIMO 63 /Timo Lunttila, Peter Skov and Antti Toskala -- 6.1 Introduction 63 -- 6.2 Downlink MIMO Enhancements Overview 63 -- 6.3 Protocol Impact from Downlink MIMO Enhancements 64 -- 6.4 Physical Layer Impact from Downlink MIMO 65 -- 6.5 Performance 70 -- 6.6 Conclusions 73
  • References 74 -- 7 Uplink MIMO 75 /Timo Lunttila, Kari Hooli, YuYu Yan and Antti Toskala -- 7.1 Introduction 75 -- 7.2 Uplink MIMO Enhancements Overview 75 -- 7.3 Protocol Impacts from Uplink MIMO 76 -- 7.4 Physical Layer Impacts from Uplink MIMO 77 -- 7.4.1 Uplink Reference Signal Structure 77 -- 7.4.2 MIMO Transmission for Uplink Data 79 -- 7.4.3 MIMO Transmission for Uplink Control Signalling 82 -- 7.4.4 Multi-User MIMO Transmission in the Uplink 82 -- 7.5 Performance 83 -- 7.6 Conclusions 84 -- References 85 -- 8 Heterogeneous Networks 86 /Harri Holma, Patrick Marsch and Klaus Pedersen -- 8.1 Introduction 86 -- 8.2 Base Station Classes 87 -- 8.3 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management 89 -- 8.3.1 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management in Idle State 90 -- 8.3.2 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management in the Connected State 91 -- 8.3.3 Traffic Steering and Mobility Management with Femto Cells 91 -- 8.3.4 WiFi Offloading 92 -- 8.4 Interference Management 94 -- 8.4.1 Static Interference Avoidance through Frequency Reuse Patterns 96 -- 8.4.2 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Frequency Domain 97 -- 8.4.3 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Time Domain 98 -- 8.4.4 Dynamic Interference Coordination in the Power Domain 101 -- 8.5 Performance Results 101 -- 8.5.1 Macro and Outdoor Pico Scenarios 102 -- 8.5.2 Macro and Femto Scenarios 105 -- 8.6 Local IP Access (LIPA) 107 -- 8.7 Summary 108 -- References 108 -- 9 Relays 110 /Harri Holma, Bernhard Raaf and Simone Redana -- 9.1 Introduction 110 -- 9.2 General Overview 111 -- 9.3 Physical Layer 112 -- 9.3.1 Inband and Outband Relays 112 -- 9.3.2 Sub-frames 113 -- 9.3.3 Retransmissions 115 -- 9.3.4 Relays Compared to Repeaters 116 -- 9.3.5 Relays in TD-LTE 118 -- 9.4 Architecture and Protocols 118 -- 9.4.1 Sub-frame Configuration with Relay Nodes 118 -- 9.4.2 Bearer Usage with Relay Nodes 119 -- 9.4.3 Packet Header Structure in the Relay Interface 120 -- 9.4.4 Attach Procedure 121 -- 9.4.5 Handovers 121 -- 9.4.6 Autonomous Neighbour Relations 122
  • 9.5 Radio Resource Management 124 -- 9.6 Coverage and Capacity 125 -- 9.6.1 Coverage Gain 126 -- 9.6.2 User Throughput Gains 128 -- 9.6.3 Cost Analysis 129 -- 9.7 Relay Enhancements 130 -- 9.8 Summary 132 -- References 132 -- 10 Self-Organizing Networks (SON) 135 /Cinzia Sartori and Harri Holma -- 10.1 Introduction 135 -- 10.2 SON Roadmap in 3GPP Releases 135 -- 10.3 Self-Optimization 137 -- 10.3.1 Mobility Robustness Optimization 137 -- 10.3.2 Mobility Load Balancing 142 -- 10.3.3 Minimization of Drive Tests 142 -- 10.3.4 MDT Management and Reporting 144 -- 10.3.5 Energy Savings 145 -- 10.3.6 eNodeB Overlay 146 -- 10.3.7 Capacity-Limited Network 147 -- 10.3.8 Capacity and Coverage Optimization 148 -- 10.4 Self-Healing 150 -- 10.4.1 Cell Outage Compensation 150 -- 10.5 SON Features in 3GPP Release 11 151 -- 10.6 Summary 151 -- References 152 -- 11 Performance Evaluation 153 /Harri Holma and Klaus Pedersen -- 11.1 Introduction 153 -- 11.2 LTE-Advanced Targets 154 -- 11.2.1 ITU Evaluation Environments 155 -- 11.3 LTE-Advanced Performance Evaluation 156 -- 11.3.1 Peak Data Rates 156 -- 11.3.2 UE Categories 157 -- 11.3.3 ITU Efficiency Evaluation 158 -- 11.3.4 3GPP Efficiency Evaluation 160 -- 11.4 Network Capacity and Coverage 163 -- 11.5 Summary 165 -- References 165 -- 12 Release 11 and Outlook Towards Release 12 166 /Timo Lunttila, Rapeepat Ratasuk, Jun Tan, Amitava Ghosh and Antti Toskala -- 12.1 Introduction 166 -- 12.2 Release 11 LTE-Advanced Content 166 -- 12.3 Advanced LTE UE Receiver 168 -- 12.3.1 Overview of MMSE-MRC and MMSE-IRC Methods 169 -- 12.3.2 Performance of UE Receiver using IRC and its Comparison -- to MRC Receiver for Various DL Transmit Modes 170 -- 12.4 Machine Type Communications 172 -- 12.5 Carrier Aggregation Enhancements 177 -- 12.6 Enhanced Downlink Control Channel 179 -- 12.7 Release 12 LTE-Advanced Outlook 181 -- 12.8 Conclusions 183 -- References 183 -- 13 Coordinated Multipoint Transmission and Reception 184 /Harri Holma, Kari Hooli, Pasi Kinnunen, Troels Kolding, PatrickMarsch and Xiaoyi Wang
  • 13.1 Introduction 184 -- 13.2 CoMP Concept 184 -- 13.3 Radio Network Architecture Options 187 -- 13.4 Downlink CoMP Transmission 190 -- 13.4.1 Enablers for Downlink CoMP in 3GPP 191 -- 13.4.2 Signal Processing and RRM for CoMP 192 -- 13.4.3 Other Implementation Aspects 194 -- 13.5 Uplink CoMP Reception 194 -- 13.6 Downlink CoMP Gains 198 -- 13.7 Uplink CoMP Gains 201 -- 13.8 CoMP Field Trials 204 -- 13.9 Summary 205 -- References 205 -- 14 HSPA Evolution 206 /Harri Holma and Karri Ranta-aho -- 14.1 Introduction 206 -- 14.2 Multicarrier Evolution 206 -- 14.3 Multiantenna Evolution 208 -- 14.4 Multiflow Transmission 211 -- 14.5 Small Packet Efficiency 213 -- 14.6 Voice Evolution 215 -- 14.6.1 Adaptive Multirate Wideband (AMR-WB) Voice Codec 215 -- 14.6.2 Voice Over IP (VoIP) 215 -- 14.6.3 CS Voice Over HSPA (CSoHSPA) 215 -- 14.6.4 Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SR-VCC) 215 -- 14.7 Advanced Receivers 215 -- 14.7.1 Advanced UE Receivers 215 -- 14.7.2 Advanced NodeB Receivers 216 -- 14.8 Flat Architecture 217 -- 14.9 LTE Interworking 218 -- 14.10 Summary 218 -- References 219 -- Index 221
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1 online resource (249 p.)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
Isbn
9781118399439
Media category
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Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1002/9781118399439
Specific material designation
remote
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