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Table Of Contents

Integration Testing
4.1 Definition
4.2 Getting Things Working
4.3 Keeping Things Working
4.3.1 Automation
Conformance Testing
5.1 History
5.1.2 The Origins of UMTS Conformance
5.2 Specifications
5.2.1 Releases
5.2.2 Work Items
5.2.3 Stages
5.3 Conformance Specifications
5.3.1 Structure of Conformance Specifications
5.4 RAN5 Specifications
5.4.1 TS 34.108
5.4.2 Hierarchy of Test Parameters
5.4.3 TS 34.109
5.4.4 TS 34.121
5.4.5 TS 34.122
5.4.6 TS 34.123
5.4.7 TS 34.124
5.4.8 TS 34.171
5.5 Other Conformance Specifications
5.5.1 Universal Subscriber Interface Module
5.5.2 Codec Testing
5.6 Main Organizations Involved and Their Aims
5.7 Process
5.7.1 Specifications, Versions and Change Control
5.7.2 TTCN Test Cases (Signalling)
5.7.3 The GCF and Test Case Validation
5.8.3 GCF Certification
5.8.4 The PTCRB
Interoperability Testing
6.1 What is Interoperability Testing?
6.1.1 Interoperability Laboratories
6.1.2 Simulators and Interoperability
6.2 Interoperability and Certification
6.3 Ways in Which Interoperability Testing is Carried Out
6.3.1 Live Network Testing
6.3.2 Test Networks
6.3.3 System Simulators
6.3.4 Simulators and Network Emulators
6.4 Typical Sources of Tests
Testing Beyond Development
7.1 Manufacturing Testing
7.1.1 Radio Testing
7.1.2 Call Processing Testing
7.2 Service Testing
7.2.1 UE Repair
Testing the Physical Layer
8.1 Overview of the UMTS WCDMA Physical Layer
8.1.1 WCDMA and Power Control
8.1.2 Scrambling and Spreading
8.1.3 Channel Coding
8.1.4 Channels and Frames
8.1.5 Physical Channels
8.1.6 Transport Blocks and TFs
8.1.7 Modulation
8.1.8 Reference Measurement Channels
8.2 Transmitter Testing
8.2.1 Methods of Testing
8.2.2 Transmitter Characteristics
8.3 Receiver Characteristics
8.3.2 Maximum Input Level
8.3.3 Adjacent Channel Selectivity
8.3.4 Blocking Characteristics
8.3.5 Spurious Response
8.3.6 Intermodulation Characteristics
8.3.7 Spurious Emissions
8.4 Interactions with GSM Technology
8.5 Performance Testing
8.6 RF Conformance Test Systems
8.7 Testing the Baseband in Isolation
Testing of Layer 2
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Overview of the RAN Layers
9.1.2 Transport Channels and Logical Channels
9.2 Testing the MAC Layer
9.2.1 Overview of the MAC
9.2.2 MAC Test Methodology
9.2.3 The MAC-c/sh/m
9.2.4 The MAC-d
9.2.5 The MAC Header
9.2.6 Conformance Tests for the MAC Headers
9.2.7 The RACH Procedure
9.3 Testing the RLC Layer
9.3.1 Overview of the RLC
9.3.2 TM-RLC
9.3.3 UM-RLC
9.3.4 AM-RLC
9.4 Packet Data Convergence Protocol
9.4.1 PDCP Testing
9.5 Broadcast/Multicast Control
Testing of Layer 3
10.1 Overview of the Network Architecture
10.2 The RRC
10.2.1 Main Functions
10.2.2 RRC States
10.2.3 Areas and Identities
10.2.4 Broadcast of System Information
10.2.5 RRC Connection Management
10.2.6 Radio Bearer Control Procedures
10.2.7 Mobility Control
10.2.8 RRC Measurement Procedures
10.3 Nonaccess Stratum
10.3.1 Network Operating Mode
10.3.2 Mobility Management
10.3.3 GPRS Mobility Management
10.3.4 Testing MM
10.3.5 Call Control
10.3.6 Session Management
10.3.7 Short Message Service
Testing Protocol
11.1 Protocol Test Systems (System Simulators)
11.1.1 Protocols
11.2 Signalling Procedures
11.2.1 Setting up Cells
11.2.2 Configuring Channels
11.2.3 Location Update
11.2.4 Mobile-Originated Circuit-Switched Call
11.2.5 GPRS Attach
11.2.6 PDP Context Activation
11.2.7 PS Session with State Transitions
11.2.8 Soft Handover (Active Set Update)
Testing System Aspects
12.1 Idle Mode Procedures
12.1.1 PLMN Selection
12.1.2 PLMN Types and Cell Types
12.1.3 Cell Selection and Reselection
12.1.4 Hierarchical Cell Selection
12.1.5 Testing Idle Mode
12.2 Measurements and RRM
12.2.1 Measurements
12.3 Typical Test Systems
High-Speed Packet Access
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Physical Layer
13.2.1 Hybrid ARQ
14.2 IMS and Technology Convergence
14.2.1 Testing IMS
14.3 Evolving Testing Technologies
14.3.1 TTCN 3
14.3.2 Graphical Tools
14.4 Future Cellular Network Technologies
A.1 Introduction to TTCN
A.1.1 Basic Concepts
A.1.2 Test Methodology
A.1.3 Dynamic Behaviour
A.1.4 Constraints
A.1.5 Receive Constraints
A.1.6 Mapping to a Real Test System
A.1.7 TTCN Statements
A.1.8 TTCN Execution
A.1.13 Approach to Testing
Glossary
References
Index
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Testing UMTS: Assuring Conformance and Quality of UMTS User Equipment

Testing UMTS: Assuring Conformance and Quality of UMTS User Equipment

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A modern mobile phone is a highly complex electronic system made up from a variety of diverse sub-systems, all of which must work seamlessly together. Today's users have very high expectations which set tough demands on manufacturers as they introduce third generation technology. While quality, in terms of the phone's stability, performance and behaviour on the network, originate from good design, the only way to be sure of quality is by testing it. This makes testing a very important part of any mobile phone's life cycle, from development through to manufacture and beyond, touching a number of different disciplines and departments.

Testing UMTS is divided in three sections. Section One provides an overview of major types of testing and the organisations and tasks involved. In particular it looks at what is involved in conformance testing and device certification. Section Two is more technical and looks at the UMTS standard itself, working through the protocol layers. Future trends and their impact on testing mobile devices are examined in Section Three, including the emergence of new technologies both in the access network and the core network and the evolution of new testing methodologies.

Examines UMTS and the testing of UMTS devices which are huge areas in the testing process Provides essential information on processes and techniques for mobile phone testing Operation of the UMTS standard is described from a test point of view Focuses on most important areas of the 3rd-Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standard from a test perspective Offers advice on products, services and resources that aid the testing process.

This book is an ideal text for engineers and managers who are either directly involved in the process of testing UMTS mobiles, or who are looking for an understanding of what is involved in testing. Professionals involved in the development of UMTS mobiles, integration and verification, conformance testing, operator acceptance testing, manufacturing and servicing will find this book indispensable.

A modern mobile phone is a highly complex electronic system made up from a variety of diverse sub-systems, all of which must work seamlessly together. Today's users have very high expectations which set tough demands on manufacturers as they introduce third generation technology. While quality, in terms of the phone's stability, performance and behaviour on the network, originate from good design, the only way to be sure of quality is by testing it. This makes testing a very important part of any mobile phone's life cycle, from development through to manufacture and beyond, touching a number of different disciplines and departments.

Testing UMTS is divided in three sections. Section One provides an overview of major types of testing and the organisations and tasks involved. In particular it looks at what is involved in conformance testing and device certification. Section Two is more technical and looks at the UMTS standard itself, working through the protocol layers. Future trends and their impact on testing mobile devices are examined in Section Three, including the emergence of new technologies both in the access network and the core network and the evolution of new testing methodologies.

Examines UMTS and the testing of UMTS devices which are huge areas in the testing process Provides essential information on processes and techniques for mobile phone testing Operation of the UMTS standard is described from a test point of view Focuses on most important areas of the 3rd-Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standard from a test perspective Offers advice on products, services and resources that aid the testing process.

This book is an ideal text for engineers and managers who are either directly involved in the process of testing UMTS mobiles, or who are looking for an understanding of what is involved in testing. Professionals involved in the development of UMTS mobiles, integration and verification, conformance testing, operator acceptance testing, manufacturing and servicing will find this book indispensable.

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