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List of Abbreviations
1.1 Motivation
1.2 Problem Formulation
1.3 Scope of the Research
1.4 Research Methods
1.5 Thesis Structure
Mobile Communication Systems
2.1 GSM Background
2.2 GSM Architecture
2.2.1 Network Subsystem
2.2.2 Base Station Subsystem
2.3 EDGE
2.4 Evolution of GERAN
2.4.1 GERAN Architecture
2.5.1 WCDMA Evolution Towards HSDPA
2.6 UMTS Evolution Beyond Release 7
2.6.1 HSPA Evolution (HSPA+)
2.6.2 LTE
UMTS Architecture
3.1 UMTS Radio Access Network Architecture
Table 3.1: Comparison between UTRAN and GSM interfaces
3.1.1 UTRAN Architecture
3.1.2 UTRAN Interfaces
3.1.3 Node B
3.1.4 Radio Network Controller (RNC)
3.2 UMTS Core Network (CN) Architecture
3.2.1 Circuit-Switched Domain
3.2.2 Packet-Switched Domain
3.2.3 IP Multimedia Subsystem
3.3 UTRAN Protocol Architecture
3.3.1 Control Plane Protocol
3.3.2 User Plane Protocol
3.4 UTRAN Evolution
3.5 UMTS Architecture Evolution Beyond Release 7
System Architecture Evolution of LTE
4.1 System Architecture Evolution of LTE
4.1.1 Requirements and Targets for LTE
4.1.2 LTE Design Targets
4.2 LTE Radio Access and Core Network Architecture
4.2.1 Evolved Radio Access Network Architecture
4.2.2 Evolved Core Network Architecture
4.2.3 Mobility Management Entity (MME)
4.2.4 Serving Gateway (S-GW)
4.2.5 Packet Data Network Gateway (P-GW)
4.2.6 Policy and Charging Rules Function (PCRF)
4.2.7 Home Subscriber Server (HSS)
4.2.8 Services Domain
4.3 E-UTRAN Protocol Architecture
4.3.1 E-UTRAN User Plane Protocols
4.3.2 E-UTRAN Control Plane Protocols
4.4 LTE Future Architectural Challenges
5.1 New challenges for Architecture Evolution
5.2 Femtocells
5.3 Femtocells Attributes and Future Scope
5.4 Femto Network
5.4.1 Femtocell Access Point/Home NodeB
5.4.2 Home NodeB Gateway (HNB GW)
5.4.3 Security Gateway (SeGW)
5.4.4 HNB Management System (HMS)
5.4.5 Iu-h Interface
5.5 3G Femtocell Architecture
5.6 4G Femtocell Architecture
5.6.1 4G Femtocell Architecture Variations
5.6.2 First 4G Femtocell Architecture Variation
Figure 5.7: First 4G femtocell architecture variation: Dedicated HeNB GW
5.6.3 Second 4G Femtocell Architecture Variation
Figure 5.8: Second 4G femtocell architecture variation: No physical HeNB GW
5.6.4 Third 4G Femtocell Architecture Variation
Figure 5.9: Third 4G femtocell architecture variation: HeNB GW for C-Plane
5.7 Local IP Access
5.8 Role of Local IP Access in Femtocell Deployment
5.9 Femtocell Architecture issues with LIPA
5.9.1 Scenario 1
5.9.2 Scenario 2
5.10 Solutions Offered by LIPA
5.10.1 Solution 1
5.10.2 Solution 2
Conclusions and Future Work
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Future Work
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