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Fundamentals of LTE / Arunabha Ghosh ... [et al.].

Ghosh, Arunabha, 1969-
ISBN 0-13-703311-7 (hardcover alk paper)
Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, cop. 2011.
Engelska xxxi, 418 p.
Serie: The Prentice Hall communications engineering and emerging technologies series
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  • 1. Evolution of Cellular Technologies -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Evolution of Mobile Broadband -- 1.2.1. First Generation Cellular Systems -- 1.2.2. 20 Digital Cellular Systems -- 1.2.3. 3G Broadband Wireless Systems -- 1.2.4. Beyond 3G: HSPA+, WiMAX, and LTE -- 1.2.5. Summary of Evolution of 3GPP Standards -- 1.3. Case for LTE/SAE -- 1.3.1. Demand Drivers for LTE -- 1.3.2. Key Requirements of LTE Design -- 1.4. Key Enabling Technologies and Features of LTE -- 1.4.1. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) -- 1.4.2. SC-FDE and SC-FDMA -- 1.4.3. Channel Dependent Multi-user Resource Scheduling -- 1.4.4. Multiantenna Techniques -- 1.4.5. IP-Based Flat Network Architecture -- 1.5. LTE Network Architecture -- 1.6. Spectrum Options and Migration Plans for LTE -- 1.7. Future of Mobile Broadband Beyond LTE -- 1.8. Summary and Conclusions -- 2. Wireless Fundamentals -- 2.1. Communication System Building Blocks -- 2.2. Broadband Wireless Channel: Path Loss and Shadowing -- 2.2.1. Path Loss -- 2.2.2. Shadowing -- 2.3. Cellular Systems -- 2.3.1. Cellular Concept -- 2.3.2. Analysis of Cellular Systems -- 2.3.3. Sectoring -- 2.4. Broadband Wireless Channel:. Fading -- 2.4.1. Delay Spread and Coherence Bandwidth -- 2.4.2. Doppler Spread and Coherence Time -- 2.4.3. Angular Spread and Coherence Distance -- 2.5. Modelling Broadband Fading Channels -- 2.5.1. Statistical Channel Models -- 2.5.2. Statistical Correlation of the Received Signal -- 2.5.3. Empirical Channel Models -- 2.6. Mitigation of Narrowband Fading -- 2.6.1. Effects of Unmitigated Fading -- 2.6.2. Spatial Diversity -- 2.6.3. Coding and Interleaving -- 2.6.4. Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ) -- 2.6.5. Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC) -- 2.6.6. Combining Narrowband Diversity Techniques The Whole Is Less Than the Sum of the Parts -- 2.7. Mitigation of Broadband Fading -- 2.7.1. Spread Spectrum and RAKE Receivers -- 2.7.2. Equalization -- 2.7.3. Multicarrier Modulation: OFDM -- 2.7.4. Single-Carrier Modulation with Frequency Domain Equalization -- 2.8. Chapter Summary -- 3. Multicarrier Modulation -- 3.1. Multicarrier Concept -- 3.1.1. Elegant Approach to Intersymbol Interference -- 3.2. OFDM Basics -- 3.2.1. Block Transmission with Guard Intervals -- 3.2.2. Circular Convolution and the DFT -- 3.2.3. Cyclic Prefix -- 3.2.4. Frequency Equalization -- 3.2.5. OFDM Block Diagram -- 3.3. OFDM in LTE -- 3.4. Timing and Frequency Synchronization -- 3.4.1. Timing Synchronization -- 3.4.2. Frequency Synchronization -- 3.5. Peak-to-Average Ratio -- 3.5.1. PAR Problem -- 3.5.2. Quantifying the PAR -- 3.5.3. Clipping and Other PAR Reduction Techniques -- 3.5.4. LTE's Approach to PAR in the Uplink -- 3.6. Single-Carrier Frequency Domain Equalization (SC-FDE) -- 3.6.1. SC-FDE System Description -- 3.6.2. SC-FDE Performance vs. OFDM -- 3.6.3. Design Considerations for SC-FDE and OFDM -- 3.7. Computational Complexity Advantage of OFDM and SC-FDE -- 3.8. Chapter Summary -- 4. Frequency Domain Multiple Access: OFDMA and SC-FDMA -- 4.1. Multiple Access for OFDM Systems -- 4.1.1. Multiple Access Overview -- 4.1.2. Random Access vs. Multiple Access -- 4.1.3. Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDM-FDMA) -- 4.1.4. Time Division Multiple Access (OFDM-TDMA) -- 4.1.5. Code Division Multiple Access (OFDM-CDMA or MC-CDMA) -- 4.2. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) -- 4.2.1. OFDMA: How It Works -- 4.2.2. OFDMA Advantages and Disadvantages -- 4.3. Single-Carrier Frequency Division Multiple Access (SC-FDMA) -- 4.3.1. SC-FDMA: How It Works -- 4.3.2. SC-FDMA Advantages and Disadvantages -- 4.4. Multiuser Diversity and Opportunistic Scheduling -- 4.4.1. Multiuser Diversity -- 4.4.2. Opportunistic Scheduling Approaches for OFDMA -- 4.4.3. Maximum Sum Rate Algorithm -- 4.4.4. Maximum Fairness Algorithm -- 4.4.5. Proportional Rate Constraints Algorithm -- 4.4.6. Proportional Fairness Scheduling -- 4.4.7. Performance Comparison -- 4.5. OFDMA and SC-FDMA in LTE -- 4.5.1. LTE Time-Frequency Grid -- 4.5.2. Allocation Notification and Uplink Feedback -- 4.5.3. Power Control -- 4.6. OFDMA System Design Considerations -- 4.6.1. Resource Allocation in Cellular Systems -- 4.6.2. Fractional Frequency Reuse in Cellular Systems -- 4.6.3. Multiuser Diversity vs. Frequency and Spatial Diversity -- 4.7. Chapter Summary -- 5. Multiple Antenna Transmission and Reception -- 5.1. Spatial Diversity Overview -- 5.1.1. Array Gain -- 5.1.2. Diversity Gain -- 5.1.3. Increasing the Data Rate with Spatial Diversity -- 5.1.4. Increased Coverage or Reduced Transmit Power -- 5.2. Receive Diversity -- 5.2.1. Selection Combining -- 5.2.2. Maximal Ratio Combining -- 5.3. Transmit Diversity -- 5.3.1. Open-Loop Transmit Diversity: 2 x 1 Space-Frequency Block Coding -- 5.3.2. Open-Loop Transmit Diversity with More Antennas -- 5.3.3. Transmit Diversity vs. Receive Diversity -- 5.3.4. Closed-Loop Transmit Diversity -- 5.4. Interference Cancellation Suppression and Signal Enhancement -- 5.4.1. DOA-Based Beamsteering -- 5.4.2. Linear Interference Suppression: Complete Knowledge of Interference Channels -- 5.4.3. Linear Interference Suppression: Statistical Knowledge of Interference Channels -- 5.5. Spatial Multiplexing -- 5.5.1. Introduction to Spatial Multiplexing -- 5.5.2. Open-Loop MIMO: Spatial Multiplexing Without Channel Feedback -- 5.5.3. Closed-Loop MIMO -- 5.6. How to Choose Between Diversity, Interference Suppression, and Spatial Multiplexing -- 5.7. Channel Estimation and Feedback for MIMO and MIMO-OFDM -- 5.7.1. Channel Estimation -- 5.7.2. Channel Feedback -- 5.8. Practical Issues That Limit MIMO Gains -- 5.8.1. Multipath -- 5.8.2. Uncorrelated Antennas -- 5.8.3. Interference-Limited MIMO Systems -- 5.9. Multiuser and Networked MIMO Systems -- 5.9.1. Multiuser MIMO -- 5.9.2. Networked MIMO -- 5.10. Overview of MIMO in LTE -- 5.10.1. Overview of MIMO in the LTE Downlink -- 5.10.2. Overview of MIMO in the LTE Uplink -- 5.11. Chapter Summary -- 6. Overview and Channel Structure of LTE -- 6.1. Introduction to LTE -- 6.1.1. Design Principles -- 6.1.2. Network Architecture -- 6.1.3. Radio Interface Protocols -- 6.2. Hierarchical Channel Structure of LTE -- 6.2.1. Logical Channels: What to Transmit -- 6.2.2. Transport Channels: How to Transmit -- 6.2.3. Physical Channels: Actual Transmission -- 6.2.4. Channel Mapping -- 6.3. Downlink OFDMA Radio Resources -- 6.3.1. Frame Structure -- 6.3.2. Physical Resource Blocks for OFDMA -- 6.3.3. Resource Allocation -- 6.3.4. Supported MIMO Modes -- 6.4. Uplink SC-FDMA Radio Resources -- 6.4.1. Frame Structure -- 6.4.2. Physical Resource Blocks for SC-FDMA -- 6.4.3. Resource Allocation -- 6.4.4. Supported MIMO Modes -- 6.5. Summary and Conclusions -- 7. Downlink Transport Channel Processing -- 7.1. Downlink Transport Channel Processing Overview -- 7.1.1. Channel Coding Processing -- 7.1.2. Modulation Processing -- 7.2. Downlink Shared Channels -- 7.2.1. Channel Encoding and Modulation -- 7.2.2. Multiantenna Transmission -- 7.3. Downlink Control Channels -- 7.3.1. Downlink Control Information (DCI) Formats -- 7.3.2. Channel Encoding and Modulation -- 7.3.3. Multiantenna Transmission -- 7.4. Broadcast Channels -- 7.5. Multicast Channels -- 7.6. Downlink Physical Signals -- 7.6.1. Downlink Reference Signals -- 7.6.2. Synchronization Signals -- 7.7. H-ARQ in the Downlink -- 7.8. Summary and Conclusions -- 8. Uplink Transport Channel Processing -- 8.1. Uplink Transport Channel Processing Overview -- 8.1.1. Channel Coding Processing -- 8.1.2. Modulation Processing -- 8.2. Uplink Shared Channels -- 8.2.1. Channel Encoding and Modulation --. 
  • 8.2.2. Frequency Hopping -- 8.2.3. Multiantenna Transmission -- 8.3. Uplink Control Information -- 8.3.1. Channel Coding for Uplink Control Information -- 8.3.2. Modulation of PUCCH -- 8.3.3. Resource Mapping -- 8.4. Uplink Reference Signals -- 8.4.1. Reference Signal Sequence -- 8.4.2. Resource Mapping of Demodulation Reference Signals -- 8.4.3. Resource Mapping of Sounding Reference Signals -- 8.5. Random Access Channels -- 8.6. H-ARQ in the Uplink -- 8.6.1. FDD Mode -- 8.6.2. TDD Mode -- 8.7. Summary and Conclusions -- 9. Physical Layer Procedures and Scheduling -- 9.1. Hybrid-ARQ Feedback -- 9.1.1. H-ARQ Feedback for Downlink (DL) Transmission -- 9.1.2. H-ARQ Indicator for Uplink (UL) Transmission -- 9.2. Channel Quality Indicator (CQI) Feedback -- 9.2.1. Primer on CQI Estimation -- 9.2.2. CQI Feedback Modes -- 9.3. Precoder for Closed-Loop MIMO Operations -- 9.3.1. Precoder Estimation for Multicarrier Systems -- 9.3.2. Precoding Matrix Index (PMT) and Rank Indication (RI) Feedback -- 9.4. Uplink Channel Sounding -- 9.5. Buffer Status Reporting in Uplink -- 9.6. Scheduling and Resource Allocation -- 9.6.1. Signaling for Scheduling in Downlink and Uplink -- 9.6.2. Multiuser MIMO Signaling -- 9.7. Semi-persistent Scheduling for VoIP -- 9.7.1. Motivation for Semi-persistent Scheduling -- 9.7.2. Changes in the Signaling Structure -- 9.8. Cell Search -- 9.9. Random Access Procedures -- 9.10. Power Control in Uplink -- 9.11. Summary and Conclusions -- 10. Data Flow, Radio Resource Management, and Mobility Management -- 10.1. PDCP Overview -- 10.1.1. Header Compression -- 10.1.2. Integrity and Ciphering -- 10.2. MAC/RLC Overview -- 10.2.1. Data Transfer Modes -- 10.2.2. Purpose of MAC and RLC Layers -- 10.2.3. PDU Headers and Formats -- 10.2.4. ARQ Procedures -- 10.3. RRC Overview -- 10.3.1. RRC States -- 10.3.2. RRC Functions -- 10.4. Mobility Management -- 10.4.1. S1 Mobility -- 10.4.2. X2 Mobility -- 10.4.3. RAN Procedures for Mobility -- 10.4.4. Paging -- 10.5. Inter-cell Interference Coordination -- 10.5.1. Downlink -- 10.5.2. Uplink -- 10.6. Summary and Conclusions.

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