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Table Of Contents

Foreword
1Scope
2References
3Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
3.2Abbreviations
4Overall architecture
4.1Functional Split
4.3Radio Protocol architecture
4.4Synchronization
4.5IP fragmentation
4.6Support of HeNBs
4.7Support for relaying
5Physical Layer for E-UTRA
5.1Downlink Transmission Scheme
5.2Uplink Transmission Scheme
5.3Transport Channels
5.4E-UTRA physical layer model
5.5Carrier Aggregation
6Layer 2
6.3PDCP Sublayer
6.4Carrier Aggregation
7RRC
7.1Services and Functions
7.2RRC protocol states & state transitions
7.3Transport of NAS messages
7.4System Information
7.5Carrier Aggregation
8E-UTRAN identities
8.1E-UTRAN related UE identities
8.2Network entity related Identities
9ARQ and HARQ
9.1HARQ principles
9.2ARQ principles
10 Mobility
10.2Inter RAT
10.3Mobility between E-UTRAN and Non-3GPP radio technologies
10.4Area Restrictions
10.5Mobility to and from CSG and Hybrid cells
10.6Measurement Model
10.7Hybrid Cells
11 Scheduling and Rate Control
11.1Basic Scheduler Operation
11.2Activation/Deactivation Mechanism
11.3Measurements to Support Scheduler Operation
11.4Rate Control of GBR, MBR and UE-AMBR
11.5CQI reporting for Scheduling
11.6Explicit Congestion Notification
12 DRX in RRC_CONNECTED
13 QoS
13.1Bearer service architecture
13.2QoS parameters
13.3QoS support in Hybrid Cells
14 Security
14.1Overview and Principles
14.2Security termination points
14.3State Transitions and Mobility
14.4AS Key Change in RRC_CONNECTED
14.5Security Interworking
14.6RN integrity protection for DRB(s)
15 MBMS
15.2MBMS Cells
15.3MBMS Transmission
15.4Service Continuity
15.5Network sharing
15.6Network Functions for Support of Multiplexing
15.8M2 Interface
15.9M3 Interface
15.10MBMS Counting
16 Radio Resource Management aspects
16.1RRM functions
18 UE capabilities
19 S1 Interface
19.1S1 User plane
19.2S1 Control Plane
20 X2 Interface
20.1User Plane
20.2Control Plane
21 Void
22 Support for self-configuration and self-optimisation
22.1Definitions
22.2UE Support for self-configuration and self-optimisation
22.3Self-configuration
22.4Self-optimisation
23 Others
23.1Support for real time IMS services
23.2Subscriber and equipment trace
23.3E-UTRAN Support for Warning Systems
A.1Services and Functions
A.2NAS protocol states & state transitions
B.1Difference between MAC and RRC control
I.2Reference SPID values
J.1Deployment Scenarios
K.1Deployment scenarios
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