Arunabha Ghosh, Jun Zhang, Jeffrey G. Andrews, Rias Muhamed, "Fundamentals Of Lte"
English | 2011 | pages: 455 | ISBN: 0137033117, 935306239X | PDF | 4,0 mb
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is the next step in the GSM evolutionary path beyond 3G technology, and it is strongly positioned to be the dominant global standard for 4G cellular networks. LTE also represents the first generation of cellular networks to be based on a flat IP architecture and is designed to seamlessly support a variety of different services, such as broadband data, voice, and multicast video. Its design incorporates many of the key innovations of digital communication, such as MIMO (multiple input multiple output) and OFDMA (orthogonal frequency division multiple access), that mandate new skills to plan, build, and deploy an LTE network.