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Indoor Radio Planning a Practical Guide for Gsm

Indoor Radio Planning a Practical Guide for Gsm

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Published by: Yoyok Dwi Parindra on Aug 10, 2012
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Indoor Radio Planning: A Practical Guide for GSM, DCS, UMTS, HSPAand LTE, 2nd Edition
 
Description:Why is indoor coverage needed, and how it is best implemented? As the challenge of providinghigher data speeds and quality for mobile applications intensifies, ensuring adequate in-buildingand tunnel coverage and capacity is increasingly important.A unique, single-source reference on the theoretical and practical knowledge behind indoor andtunnel radio planning, Indoor Radio Planning, Second Edition provides an overview of mobilenetworks systems and coverage solutions with GSM, UMTS, HSPA and LTE cellular systemstechnologies as a backdrop.All of the available solutions, from basic passive distributed antenna systems (DAS) through toadvanced fiber optic systems supporting MIMO and LTE, are discussed in detail to give the reader agood understanding. In addition, there is a section covering multi-operator systems, as thisbecomes a more and more utilized approach. Systematically moving from the basic considerationsthrough to advanced indoor planning, aspects such as upgrading passive DAS from 2G to 3G, noiseanalysis, link budgets, traffic calculations and software tools that can be used to help create in-building designs are also covered. Femtocells, outdoor DAS and tunnel radio planning are newlyincluded in this edition.- A new version of the bestseller, updated with an introduction to LTE and treatments of modulationprinciple, DAS systems for MIMO/LTE , designing repeater systems and elevator coverage- Addresses the challenge of providing coverage inside train, and high speed rail- Outlines the key parameters and metrics for designing DAS for GSM, DCS, UMTS, HSPA & LTE- Essential reading for engineering and planning personnel at mobile operators, also giving a soundgrounding in indoor radio planning for equipment manufacturers- Written by a leading practitioner in the field with more than 20 years of practical experienceContents:Foreword by Professor Simon Saunders xvPreface to the Second Edition xviiThis is Still Not a Book for Scientists! xviiThe Practical Approach xviiKeep the Originals! xviiiPreface to the First Edition xixThis is Not a Book for Scientists xixThe Practical Approach xixAcknowledgments xxiSecond Edition xxiFirst Edition xxii1. Introduction2. Overview of Cellular Systems2.1 Mobile Telephony2.2 Introduction to GSM
 
2.3 Universal Mobile Telecommunication System2.4 Introduction to HSPA2.5 Modulation2.6 Advanced Antenna Systems for HSPA + and LTE2.7 Short Introduction to LTE3. Indoor Radio Planning3.1 Why is In-building Coverage Important?3.2 Indoor Coverage from the Macro Layer3.3 The Indoor UMTS/HSPA Challenge3.4 Common UMTS Rollout Mistakes3.5 The Basics of Indoor RF Planning4. Distributed Antenna Systems4.1 What Type of Distributed Antenna System is Best?4.2 Passive Components4.3 The Passive DAS4.4 Active DAS4.5 Hybrid Active DAS Solutions4.6 Other Hybrid DAS Solutions4.7 Indoor DAS for MIMO Applications4.8 Using Repeaters for Indoor DAS Coverage4.9 Repeaters for Rail Solutions4.10 Designing with Pico and Femtocells4.11 Active DAS Data4.12 Electromagnetic Radiation, EMR4.13 Conclusion5. Designing Indoor DAS Solutions5.1 The Indoor Planning Procedure5.2 The RF Design Process5.3 Designing the Optimum Indoor Solution5.4 Indoor Design Strategy5.5 Handover Considerations Inside Buildings
 
5.6 Elevator Coverage5.7 Multioperator Systems5.8 Co-existence Issues for GSM/UMTS5.9 Co-existence Issues for UMTS/UMTS5.10 Multioperator Requirements6. Traffic Dimensioning6.1 Erlang, the Traffic Measurement7. Noise7.1 Noise Fundamentals7.2 Cascaded Noise7.3 Noise Power7.4 Noise Power from Parallel Systems7.5 Noise Control7.6 Updating a Passive DAS from 2G to 3G8. The Link Budget8.1 The Components and Calculations of the RF Link9. Tools for Indoor Radio Planning9.1 Live and Learn9.2 Diagram Tools9.3 Radio Survey Tools9.4 The Simple Tools and Tips9.5 Tools for Link Budget Calculations9.6 Tools for Indoor Predications9.7 The Advanced Toolkit (RF-vu from iBwave.com)10. Optimizing the Radio Resource Management Parameters on Node B When Interfacing to anActive DAS, BDA, LNA or TMA10.1 Introduction10.2 Impact of DL Power Offset10.3 Impact of Noise Power10.4 Delay of the Active DAS10.5 Impact of External Noise Power11. Tunnel Radio Planning

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