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100 1  Korhonen, Juha,|eauthor 
245 10 Introduction to 4G mobile communications /|cJuha Korhonen 
264  1 Boston :|bArtech House,|c[2014] 
300    xi, 289 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Artech House mobile communications series 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 
       2.History of Mobile Telecommunications -- 2.1.First 
       Generation -- 2.1.1.Introduction -- 2.1.2.AMPS -- 
       2.1.3.TACS -- 2.1.4.NMT -- 2.1.5.C-NETZ -- 
       2.1.6.Radiocom2000 -- 2.1.7.Japanese Systems -- 
       2.1.8.Summary -- 2.2.Second Generation -- 
       2.2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.2.Global System for Mobile 
       Communication (GSM) -- 2.2.3.Digital Advanced Mobile Phone
       System (D-AMPS) -- 2.2.4.Code Division Multiple Access (IS
       -95 CDMA) -- 2.2.5.Personal Digital Cellular (PDC) -- 
       2.2.6.Integrated Dispatch Enhanced Network (iDEN) -- 
       2.2.7.Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) -- 2.3.Third 
       Generation -- 2.3.1.Introduction -- 2.3.2.3GPP -- 
       2.3.3.3GPP2 -- 2.4.Conclusions -- References -- 3.Overview
       of a Modern 4G Telecommunications System -- 
       3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.LTE-A System Architecture -- 
       3.3.LTE RAN -- 3.4.OFDM Air Interface -- 3.5.Evolved 
       Packet Core -- 3.6.LTE Requirements -- 3.7.LTE-Advanced --
       3.8.LTE-A in Release 11 -- References -- 4.OFDMA -- 
505 0  Contents note continued: 4.1.Introduction -- 4.2.OFDM 
       Principles -- 4.3.LTE Uplink---SC-FDMA -- 4.4.Summary of 
       OFDMA -- References -- 5.Air Interface: Physical Layer -- 
       5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Physical Layer---General -- 
       5.3.Physical-Layer Processing -- 5.3.1.CRC Insertion -- 
       5.3.2.Channel Coding -- 5.3.3.Physical-Layer Hybrid-ARQ 
       Processing -- 5.3.4.Rate Matching and Channel Interleaving
       -- 5.3.5.Scrambling -- 5.3.6.Modulation -- 5.3.7.Layer 
       Mapping and Precoding -- 5.3.8.Mapping to Assigned 
       Resources and Antenna Ports -- 5.4.Physical Channels in 
       LTE-A -- 5.4.1.Downlink Physical Channels -- 5.4.2.Uplink 
       Physical Channels -- 5.5.Physical Layer Signals -- 
       5.5.1.Downlink Signals -- 5.5.2.Uplink Signals -- 
       5.6.Summary -- References -- 6.Air Interface: Protocol 
       Stack -- 6.1.Introduction -- 6.2.Medium Access Control 
       (MAC) -- 6.2.1.MAC---General -- 6.2.2.Transport Channels -
       - 6.3.Radio Link Control (RLC) -- 6.3.1.RLC---General -- 
       6.3.2.RLC Functions -- 6.3.3.Logical Channels -- 
505 0  Contents note continued: 6.4.Packet Data Convergence 
       Protocol (PDCP) -- 6.5.Radio Resource Control (RRC) -- 
       6.5.1.Introduction -- 6.5.2.UE States -- 6.5.3.RRC 
       Functions -- References -- 7.Radio Access Network -- 
       7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.E-UTRAN Architecture -- 7.3.eNodeB
       -- 7.3.1.eNodeB Introduction -- 7.3.2.eNodeB Functionality
       -- 7.4.Home eNodeB -- 7.4.1.Introduction -- 7.4.2.Closed 
       Subscriber Group (CSG) -- 7.4.3.HeNB Mobility -- 
       7.4.4.HeNB Gateway -- 7.4.5.Traffic Offloading -- 
       7.5.Relay Node -- References -- 8.Core Network: Evolved 
       Packet Core -- 8.1.Introduction -- 8.2.Architecture -- 
       8.2.1.Mobility Management Entity -- 8.2.2.Serving GW -- 
       8.2.3.Packet Data Network Gateway -- 8.2.4.Home Subscriber
       Server -- 8.2.5.Evolved Serving Mobile Location Center -- 
       8.2.6.Gateway Mobile Location Center -- 8.2.7.Policy 
       Control and Charging Rules Function -- 8.3.EPC Interfaces 
       and Protocols -- 8.3.1.EPC Control Plane -- 8.3.2.EPC User
       Plane -- 8.3.3.Summary of EPC Interfaces -- 
505 0  Contents note continued: References -- 9.Procedures -- 
       9.1.Introduction -- 9.2.Cell Search -- 9.3.Random Access -
       - 9.4.Tracking Area Update -- 9.5.Initial Context Setup --
       9.6.Handover (X2 interface) -- 9.7.CSG Inbound HO -- 
       9.8.S1 Release Procedure -- 9.9.Dedicated Bearer 
       Activation -- References -- 10.Specifications -- 
       10.1.Introduction -- 10.2.Internal Structure -- 10.2.1.TSG
       RAN -- 10.2.2.TSG SA -- 10.2.3.TSG CT -- 10.2.4.TSGGERAN -
       - 10.2.5.Mobile Competence Center (MCC) -- 
       10.3.Standardization Process -- 10.3.1.Introduction -- 
       10.3.2.Work Items -- 10.3.3.Version Numbering -- 
       10.3.4.Releases -- 10.3.5.Development Cycle -- 
       10.4.Specification Numbering -- 10.5.Backwards 
       Compatibility -- 10.6.E-UTRAN Specifications -- References
       -- 11.LTE-A Features -- 11.1.Energy Saving -- 11.2.MIMO --
       11.2.1.MIMO Overview -- 11.2.2.Downlink MIMO -- 
       11.2.3.Uplink MIMO -- 11.3.Relays -- 11.4.Carrier 
       Aggregation -- 11.5.Enhanced Intercell Interference 
       Coordination -- 
505 0  Contents note continued: 11.6.Evolved Multimedia Broadcast
       Multicast Service -- 11.7.Self-Organizing Networks -- 
       11.7.1.Automatic Neighbour Relations (ANR) -- 
       11.7.2.Mobililty Load Balancing (MLB) -- 11.7.3.Mobility 
       Robustness Optimization (MRO) -- 11.7.4.Coverage and 
       Capacity Optimization -- 11.7.5.RACH Optimization Function
       -- 11.7.6.Coordination Between Various SON Functions -- 
       11.8.Coordinated Multipoint Transmission/Reception -- 
       11.8.1.Downlink CoMP -- 11.8.2.Uplink CoMP -- 11.9.LTE and
       Voice -- References -- 12.Future Developments -- 
       12.1.Introduction -- 12.2.Evolving LTE-A -- 
       12.2.1.Proximity Services -- 12.2.2.Machine-Type 
       Communications -- 12.2.3.Mobile Relays -- 
       12.2.4.Heterogeneous Networks -- 12.3.The Fifth Generation
       -- 12.3.1.Introduction -- 12.3.2.New Air Interface -- 
       12.3.3.Bandwidth -- 12.3.4.Network Architecture -- 
       12.3.5.Multiple Antennas -- 12.3.6.Support for M2M 
       Communications -- 12.3.7.Other Improvements -- 12.4.METIS 
       Project -- References 
520    "Juha Korhonen is a project manager within the Mobile 
       Competence Center at ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France. He 
       earned his Ph.D. in telecommunications engineering from 
       University of Cambridge in Cambridge, UK. 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" 
       --|cProvided by publisher 
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