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By Andrzej Jajszczyk

ISBN-10: 1118343573

ISBN-13: 9781118343579

ISBN-10: 1118444221

ISBN-13: 9781118444221

The final reference on instant technology?now up to date and revised

Fully up-to-date to include the most recent advancements and criteria within the box, A consultant to the instant Engineering physique of data, moment Edition presents pros with a one-stop connection with every little thing they should layout, enforce, function, safe, and troubleshoot instant networks.

Written by way of a bunch of foreign specialists, the ebook deals an unequalled breadth of insurance and a distinct specialise in real-world engineering concerns. The authors draw upon large adventure in all parts of the expertise to discover issues with confirmed useful functions, highlighting rising components resembling long-term Evolution (LTE) in instant networks. the recent variation is punctiliously revised for readability, experiences instant engineering basics, and contours a number of references for additional examine.

Based at the components of craftsmanship coated within the IEEE instant communique Engineering applied sciences (WCET) examination, this publication explains:

  • Wireless entry applied sciences, together with the most recent in cellular mobile technology
  • Core community and repair structure, together with very important protocols and solutions
  • Network administration and protection, from operations approach types to key protection issues
  • Radio engineering and antennas, with specifics on radio frequency propagation and instant hyperlink design
  • Facilities infrastructure, from lightning safety to surveillance systems

With this relied on reference at their part, instant practitioners gets on top of things on advances and most sensible practices within the box and obtain the typical technical language and instruments wanted for operating in numerous components of the world.Content:
Chapter 1 instant entry applied sciences (pages 1–74):
Chapter 2 community and repair structure (pages 75–134):
Chapter three community administration and safety (pages 135–172):
Chapter four Radio Engineering and Antennas (pages 173–217):
Chapter five amenities Infrastructure (pages 219–245):
Chapter 6 Agreements, criteria, rules, and laws (pages 247–264):
Chapter 7 basic wisdom (pages 265–282):

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Therefore, software upgrades are necessary in Node B and the RNC. Concerning interfaces, the major issue is a dimensioning one: since HSDPA provides higher bit rates, interfaces (labeled Iu-PS and Iub) should be re-dimensioned to support a higher throughput than for UMTS Release 99. Concerning the MS (or UE),- enhancements were necessary. For example, the new HARQ functionality requires more buffering and computational power; moreover, advanced receivers are needed, as the traditional Rake receiver is not sufficient to decode more than five simultaneous codes efficiently.

It was primarily optimized to provide circuit switched voice services, although basic data services, notably SMS, were soon introduced. This section describes the radio interface of GSM and the main architectural principles of GSM phase 1. GSM radio interface The GSM radio interface is based on the FDD mode and TDMA with eight time slots per radio carrier. In other words, each uplink time slot is paired with a downlink time slot. Each radio carrier requires a 200kHz uplink and a 200-kHz downlink.

In order to improve the data throughput in the uplink, High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) was defined in the framework of 3GPP Release 6 [3GP06]. The different phases are generally defined with much consideration to the smooth and graceful evolution of phased implementations. 47 HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) The growing importance of IP-based applications for mobile access made it necessary to evolve the UMTS radio interface to meet the requirements of new and expected applications: • Packet data transmission, • High-throughput with asymmetry between uplink and downlink, and • Low time constraint and non-uniform quality of service requirements (traffic in bursts).

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