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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1 THE MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS SECTOR
1.1.1 THE MOBILE EXPERIENCE
1.1.2 THE BUSINESS CASE
1.1.3 A LEARNING CASE STUDY: JAPAN
1.1.4 REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES IN MOBILE EVOLUTION TOWARDS 4G
1.1.5 TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS
1.2 UMTS
1.2.1 UMTS ARCHITECTURE
1.2.2 UMTS EVOLUTION
1.3 QoS MODEL IN UMTS
REFERENCES
CDMA Concepts
2.1 MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES
2.2 CDMA SIGNAL GENERATION
2.3 CDMA SIGNAL RECEPTION
2.3.1 SINGLE USER CASE
2.3.2 PRESENCE OF NARROWBAND INTERFERENCE
2.3.3 MULTIPLE USER CASE
2.3.4 EFFECT OF THE MOBILE RADIO CHANNEL
2.4 CDMA IN CELLULAR SYSTEMS
2.4.1 INTERCELL INTERFERENCE
2.4.2 SOFT HANDOVER
UMTS Radio Interface Description
3.1 THE UMTS PROTOCOLS
3.2 RADIO INTERFACE PROTOCOL STRUCTURE
3.2.1 LOGICAL CHANNELS
3.2.2 TRANSPORT CHANNELS
3.2.3 PHYSICAL CHANNELS
3.2.4 MAPPING BETWEEN LOGICAL, TRANSPORT AND PHYSICAL CHANNELS
3.3 PHYSICAL LAYER
3.3.1 PROCESSING OF TRANSPORT BLOCKS
3.3.2 SPREADING AND MODULATION
3.3.4 ORGANISATION OF THE PHYSICAL CHANNELS
3.4 LAYER 2 PROTOCOLS
3.4.1 MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL (MAC) PROTOCOL
3.4.2 RADIO LINK CONTROL (RLC) PROTOCOL
3.4.3 PACKET DATA CONVERGENCE PROTOCOL (PDCP)
3.4.4 BROADCAST/MULTICAST CONTROL (BMC) PROTOCOL
3.5 RADIO RESOURCE CONTROL (RRC) PROTOCOL
3.5.1 ARCHITECTURE
3.5.2 RRC STATES
3.5.3 RRC FUNCTIONS AND PROCEDURES
3.6 EXAMPLES OF RADIO ACCESS BEARERS
3.6.1 SIGNALLING RADIO BEARER 3.4 kb/s THROUGH DCH
3.6.2 RAB FOR A 64/384 kb/s INTERACTIVE SERVICE AND 3.4 kb/s SIGNALLING
Basics of RRM in WCDMA
4.1 RADIO RESOURCE CONCEPT
4.2 RADIO NETWORK PLANNING
4.3 RADIO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
4.4 AIR INTERFACE CHARACTERISATION
4.4.1 CAMPING, ACTIVE AND SIMULTANEOUS USERS
4.4.2 UPLINK: SINGLE CELL CASE
4.4.3 UPLINK: MULTIPLE CELL CASE
4.4.4 DOWNLINK: SINGLE CELL CASE
4.4.5 DOWNLINK: MULTIPLE CELL CASE
4.5 RRM FUNCTIONS
4.5.1 ADMISSION CONTROL
4.5.2 CONGESTION CONTROL
4.5.3 CODE MANAGEMENT
4.5.4 HANDOVER
4.5.5 UE-MAC AND PACKET SCHEDULING
4.5.6 POWER CONTROL
4.5.7 INTERACTIONS AMONG RRM FUNCTIONS
4.6 SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS RELEVANT AT RRM LEVEL
4.6.1 SERVICE AND USER HETEROGENEITY
4.6.2 SPATIAL TRAFFIC DISTRIBUTION HETEROGENEITY
APPENDIX-PATH LOSS DISTRIBUTION
RRM Algorithms
5.1 RRM ALGORITHM EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
5.1.1 UMTS RADIO NETWORK PLANNING PROCEDURE
5.1.2 RRM ALGORITHM EVALUATION BY MEANS OF SIMULATIONS
5.2 ADMISSION CONTROL ALGORITHMS
5.2.1 UPLINK CASE
5.2.2 DOWNLINK CASE
5.3 HANDOVER AND CELL SELECTION ALGORITHMS
5.3.1 REQUIREMENTS FOR GSM-UMTS INTEROPERATION
5.3.2 PLMN, RAT AND CELL SELECTION ALGORITHMS
5.3.3 HANDOVER ALGORITHMS
5.3.4 NEIGHBOUR CELL LIST DEFINITION
5.4 CONGESTION CONTROL ALGORITHMS
5.4.1 GENERAL STEPS OF A CONGESTION CONTROL ALGORITHM
5.4.2 CONGESTION RESOLUTION STRATEGIES
5.4.3 CONGESTION RECOVERY ALGORITHMS
5.4.4 SETTING OF CONGESTION CONTROL PARAMETERS
5.4.5 MULTI-CELL CONGESTION CONTROL ALGORITHM
5.5 SHORT TERM RRM ALGORITHMS
5.5.1 UPLINK UE-MAC ALGORITHMS
5.5.2 PACKET SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS IN THE DOWNLINK
5.6 POWER CONTROL
APPENDIX-SIMULATION MODELS
A5.1 PROPAGATION MODELS
A5.1.1 MACROCELL PROPAGATION
A5.1.2 MICROCELL PROPAGATION
A5.2 MOBILITY MODELS
A5.2.1 MOBILITY MODEL FOR MACROCELL ENVIRONMENTS
A5.2.2 MOBILITY MODEL FOR MICROCELL ENVIRONMENTS
A5.3.1 VIDEO-TELEPHONY TRAFFIC MODEL
A5.3.2 VIDEO-STREAMING TRAFFIC MODEL
A5.3.3 WWW BROWSING TRAFFIC MODEL
A5.3.4 EMAIL TRAFFIC MODEL
CRRM in Beyond 3G Systems
6.1 HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKS
6.2 RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS CHARACTERISATION
6.2.1 GERAN
6.2.2 WLAN
6.3 INTERWORKING AND COUPLING AMONG RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS
6.3.1 UTRAN/GERAN INTERWORKING
6.3.2 UTRAN/WLAN INTERWORKING
6.4 FLEXIBLE RADIO RESOURCE AND SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
6.5 CRRM ALGORITHM IMPLEMENTATION
6.5.1 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CRRM AND LOCAL RRM
6.5.2 RAT SELECTION SCHEMES
Index
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Radio Resource Management Strategies in UMTS

Radio Resource Management Strategies in UMTS

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The key feature of future mobile communication systems is the ability to deliver wideband and high bit-rate multimedia services alongside the traditional radio services such as voice, messaging and slow rate data. The broad range of services expected to be supported can be divided into different Quality of Service (QoS) classes. However, the provision of such mobile multimedia services under QoS guarantees will not be possible without a utilization of the air interface resources by means of Radio Resource Management (RRM) strategies that ensure the target QoS, the planned coverage area and that offer a high system capacity.

Under this framework, the book focuses on the RRM concepts, including the theoretical background that serves as a basis for the description of specific RRM algorithms. The RRM problem for UMTS is presented, and more specifically, for the FDD mode, which is based on a WCDMA scheme. More specifically, the different aspects that are covered include:

Introduces the mobile communications sector and UMTS, including the evolution towards 4G systems, with an overview of the QoS concept which is key for the definition of RRM strategies Offers a detailed description of the radio interface in UMTS, as the basis for the implementation of RRM strategies Provides the fundamental concepts related with the development of RRM strategies in WCDMA networks Analyses particular RRM algorithms in a variety of scenarios, trying to identify the key parameters and factors that influence their performance Explores the evolution of UMTS towards Beyond 3G systems and the concept of Common RRM in heterogeneous networks with the aid of some algorithm examples

This comprehensive title is essential reading for engineers and managers in radio engineering departments of UMTS network operators and UMTS equipment manufacturers. It will also prove insightful to researchers in the field of 3G and Beyond 3G systems and academics in any of these areas.

The key feature of future mobile communication systems is the ability to deliver wideband and high bit-rate multimedia services alongside the traditional radio services such as voice, messaging and slow rate data. The broad range of services expected to be supported can be divided into different Quality of Service (QoS) classes. However, the provision of such mobile multimedia services under QoS guarantees will not be possible without a utilization of the air interface resources by means of Radio Resource Management (RRM) strategies that ensure the target QoS, the planned coverage area and that offer a high system capacity.

Under this framework, the book focuses on the RRM concepts, including the theoretical background that serves as a basis for the description of specific RRM algorithms. The RRM problem for UMTS is presented, and more specifically, for the FDD mode, which is based on a WCDMA scheme. More specifically, the different aspects that are covered include:

Introduces the mobile communications sector and UMTS, including the evolution towards 4G systems, with an overview of the QoS concept which is key for the definition of RRM strategies Offers a detailed description of the radio interface in UMTS, as the basis for the implementation of RRM strategies Provides the fundamental concepts related with the development of RRM strategies in WCDMA networks Analyses particular RRM algorithms in a variety of scenarios, trying to identify the key parameters and factors that influence their performance Explores the evolution of UMTS towards Beyond 3G systems and the concept of Common RRM in heterogeneous networks with the aid of some algorithm examples

This comprehensive title is essential reading for engineers and managers in radio engineering departments of UMTS network operators and UMTS equipment manufacturers. It will also prove insightful to researchers in the field of 3G and Beyond 3G systems and academics in any of these areas.

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