Introduction to 4G Mobile Communications

Introduction to 4G Mobile Communications

2014 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 1608076997 | PDF | 10 MB

Long Term Evolution (LTE) was originally an internal 3GPP name for a program to enhance the capabilities of 3G radio access networks. The nickname has now evolved to become synonymous with 4G. This book concentrates on 4G systems, also known as LTE-Advanced. Telecommunications engineers and students are provided with a history of these systems, along with an overview of a mobile telecommunications system. The overview addresses the components in the system as well as their function. This resource guides telecommunications engineers though many important aspects of 4G including the air interface physical layer, Radio Access Networks, and 3GPP standardization, to name a few. Contents: Introduction; History of Mobile Telecommunications; Overview of a Modern 4G Telecommunications System; OFDMA; Air Interface/Physical Layer; Air Interface/Protocol Stack; Radio Access Network; Core Network/Evolved Packet Core; Procedures; Specifications


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