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1 Basics
1.1 Service OverviewGPRS
1.2 Service OverviewEGPRS
1.3 Support of GPRS QoSclasses
1.3.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
1.4 Dual Transfer Mode
1.4.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
1.5 (E)GPRS MS MultislotClasses
1.6 (E)GPRS General Architecture
1.7 Alcatel (E)GPRS Architecture
1.8 (E)GPRS Protocol Layers (Transmission Plane)
1.9 Alcatel (E)GPRS BSS Hardware support
1.11 8-PSK TRA Power Aspects
1.12 (E)GPRS Radio Blocks Structure
1.13 GPRS Channel Coding
1.14 EGPRS Channel Coding
1.15 Radio Link Adaptation Overview
1.16 Automatic ReQuestfor repetition (ARQ)
1.17 Type-I ARQ mechanism
1.18 Type-I ARQ in GPRS
1.19 Type-I ARQ in EGPRS
1.20 (E)GPRS radio physical channel: PDCH Concept
1.21 (E)GPRS Multiframe
1.22 (E)GPRS Logical Channels
1.23 Master/Slave PDCH concept
1.24 Temporary Block Flow
1.25 Resources Sharing
1.26 MS multiplexing co-ordination
1.27 GPRS mobility management (GMM) states for MS
1.28 Radio Resource (RR) operating modes for MS
1.29 Attach procedure
1.30 PDP context activation
1.31 Location management
1.32 Routing Area
1.33 Network Mode of Operation (NMO)
1.34 TBF establishment
1.36 UL TBF establishment on CCCH, 2 phases access
1.39 System information broadcasting on PBCCH
1.40 (E)GPRS Transmission Aspects
1.40 TRX Classes Concept
1.41 Two AbisLinks per BTS
2 B9 features
2.1 Enhanced Packet Cell Reselection (R4 MSs)
2.1.1 Radio Network Impact
2.2 Extended Uplink TBF Mode
2.2 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.3 Enhanced support of E-GPRS (EDGE) in uplink
2.3.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.4 Counter Improvements for Release B9
2.4.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.5 Autonomous Packet Resource Allocation
2.5.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.6 2G/3G Inter-working
2.6.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.7 M-EGCH Statistical Multiplexing
2.7.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.8 Dynamic Abisallocation
2.8.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.9 Enhanced transmission resource management
2.10 RMS_I1 Improvements
2.10.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
2.11 RMS_I2 Improvements
2.11.1 Radio Network Planning Impact
3 (E)GPRS Radio Algorithms
3.1 Cell Reselection Overview
3.2 Cell reselection: NC0 mode, no PBCCH established
3.3 Cell reselection: NC0 mode, PBCCH established
3.4 Cell reselection execution: NC0 in PTM
3.5 Cell reselection: NC2 mode
3.6 GPRS redirection
3.7 GPRS Power Control: Overview
3.8 GPRS Power Control: Measurements
3.9 GPRS Power Control: Algorithm
3.10 Link adaptation: DL GPRS Radio Link Control
3.11 Link adaptation: UL GPRS Radio Link Control
3.14 EGPRS Link Adaptation Decision
3.15 TRX ranking/TRX transmission pool set-up
3.16 TRX capability for PS traffic
3.17 Radio Resource Allocation: Overview
3.18 Radio Resource Allocation: PDCH state
3.19 TRX selection for EGPRS TBFs
3.20 Radio Resource Allocation: GPRS/EGPRS TBFs
3.21 Radio Resource Allocation: TBF Re-allocation
3.22 Radio Resource Allocation: Min_PDCH
3.23 Radio Resource Allocation: Fast initial (E)GPRS access
4 General(E)GPRS planning principels
4.1 Throughput Dependency -> Interference (and Level)
4.6 Throughput <-> C/I
5 (E)GPRS Network introduction
5.1 GPRS network planning
5.2 GPRS Greenfield planning
5.3 GPRS traffic calculation and traffic analysis
5.4 GPRS traffic calculation andPS traffic
5.5 GPRS traffic calculation and user profile
5.6 GPRS traffic calculation and market applications
5.7 GPRS traffic calculation and user behavior
5.8 Customer questionnaire
Customer questionnaire
5.9 Traffic Model (Example)
5.10 User mapping
5.11 Multi-Service
5.12 QoSper User Application
5.13 GPRS traffic calculation
5.14 Exemplary results of the 3 traffic calculation methods
5.15 GPRS traffic calculation result
General GPRS traffic calculation result:
6 (E)GPRS Network design
6.1 General
6.2 Frequency planning
6.3 Throughput
6.4 Link budget
6.5 Interference analysis on BCCH frequencies
6.6 Interference analysis on TCH frequencies
6.7 TRX assignment to GPRS service
6.8 GPRS Analysis
6.9 LA and RA planning
7.1 General
7.1 Optimization campaign on parameters
7.2 MPDCH
7.3 Enhanced PDCH Adaptation & Fast pre-emption
7.4 User multiplexing
7.5 PDCH Resource Multiplexing
7.6 Radio (TBF) Resource Reallocation
7.7 Coding Scheme Adaptation
7.8 Cell Reselection
7.8 GPRS Power Control
7.8 Features on DL TBF establishment and release
7.8.1 Delayed DL TBF release
7.8.2 Fast Downlink TBF re-establishment process
Fast Downlink TBF re-establishment process
7.8.3 Non-DRX feature
8 GPRS introduction into operationalGSM network
8.1 General
9 GSM Network enhancement features & GPRS
9.1 Frequency Hopping
9.2 µ-cell
9.3 Dual Band
9.4 Concentric cell
10 E-GPRS
10.1 E-GPRS main differences
E-GPRS main differences
11 GPRS traffic calculation example
11.2 User and area distribution determination
11.3 Traffic demand for CS traffic
11.4 Traffic demand for packet traffic
11.5 Network capacity calculation
11.6 Traffic dimensioning
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