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Huawei Training Guide

1-LTE Air Interface

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2-LTE eRAN6.0 Basic Features and Algorithms Training

which include:

LTE eRAN6.0 Idle Mode


LTE eRAN6.0 Connection Management Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 Power Control Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 Scheduling Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 Handover Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 MIMO Feature

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3-LTE eRAN6.0 Performance Improving Features and Algorithms Training

which include:

LTE eRAN6.0 ICIC Feature


LTE eRAN6.0 RAN Sharing
LTE eRAN6.0 Admission & Congestion Control
LTE eRAN6.0 UL CoMP Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 Compact Bandwidth Feature

4-LTE eRAN6.0 SON Features and Algorithms Training

which include

LTE eRAN6.0 SON Overview


LTE eRAN6.0 ANR Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 MRO Feature
LTE eRAN6.0 PCI Conflict Detection & Self-Optimization
LTE eRAN6.0 RACH Optimization
LTE eRAN6.0 Cell Outage Detection & Recovery

5-LTE eRAN6.0 KPI Introduction

6-LTE Protocols and Procedures

7-LTE Radio Network Optimize Training

which include:

LTE eRAN6.0 Handover Fault Diagnosis


LTE eRAN6.0 Access Fault Diagnsis
LTE Traffic Fault Diagnosis

8-LTE System Overview Training

9-LTE Tuning Training


10. GUL Interoperability Overview

which contain:

1.GUL Interoperability Overview


2.GUL Interoperability Networking Strategy

3.GUL Interoperability Solution


4.GUL Interoperability Performance Estimation
5.GUL Interoperability Ecosystem Developing

11. LTE Interoperability in Idle Mode(LTE-GU)

which contain:

1.LTE Interoperability in Idle Mode Overview


2.IRAT PLMN Selection Procedure
3.IRAT Cell Selection Criteria
4.IRAT Cell Reselection Criteria
5.IRAT Signaling Procedure in Idle Mode

12. LTE Interoperability in Connection Mode (LTE-GU)

which contain:

1.LTE Interoperability in Connection Mode


1.1 Technical Overview and Basic Concepts
1.2 Measurement Configuration
1.3 Measurement Triggering/Stopping Phase of an IRAT Handover
1.4 Redirection
1.5 Blind Handover
1.6 Measurement Phase of an IRAT Handover
1.7 Decision Phase of an IRAT Handover
1.8 Execution Phase of an IRAT Handover
1.9 IRAT Signaling Procedure in Connection Mode

2.CS Interoperability
2.1 CSFB at the eNodeB
2.2 End-to-End Procedures for CSFB
2.3 SRVCC Procedure

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13. LTE Radio Network Coverage Dimensioning

Which contain:

1. LTE Radio Network Planning Introduction


2. LTE Radio Network Coverage Dimensioning

2.1 Process of LTE Coverage Dimensioning


2.2 Parameters in LIE Downlink Link Budget
2.3 Parameters LTE Uplink Link Budget
2.4 Special Factors in LTE Link Budget Consideration
2.5 Special Factors in LTE-TDD Link Budget
2.6 Site Number Dimensioning for Coverage

3. Introduction to HUAWEI Tools for LTE Planning

14. LTE Radio Network Capacity Dimensioning

Which contain:

1.Capacity Dimensioning Procedure


2.Capacity Dimensioning for single site
3.Total Network Throughput calculation
4.Introduction to Huawei Tools for LTE Capacity Dimensioning

15. LTE Cell Planning

which contain:

1. LIE Planning Overview


2. Frequency Planning
3. TA Planning
4. Neighbor Cell Planning
5. PCI Planning
6. Cyclic Prefix Size Decision
7. Random Access Preamble Format Decision
8. Root Sequence Index Planning

Attached Files

16. LTE Access Transport Network Dimensioning

which contain:

1. Transport Architecture and Networking


2. IP Transport Functionality
3. IP Transport Dimensioning

17. different parameters, there values in default and there settings etc.

18. spreadsheets for link budget and signal interference (RSRQ, FADING, COVERAGE,
CAPACITY, ETC.).

19. LTE Optimization

doc would be helpful for trouble shooting

DRX will not improve your DL throughput. What gunpowder wanted to say, is that short
DRX will not work, if you do not have long DRX enabled. Based on your setting, your
network is not using DRX at all.

You have to check following things to understand throughput:


1. Size of control area - PCFICH value - 1,2 or 3 symbols - smaller is better
2. amount of RB (resource blocks) being allocated for UE - if there is single user in the
cell it should be close 100%
3. CQI and MCS - CQI should be close to it max value (15). MCS - the max value is 28.
(MCS29-31 are used for retransmissions)
4. RI (rank indicator) - should be 2 in order to use Spatial multiplexing (dual-stream)
MIMO
5. you should expect HARQ retransmission (first retransmission/intial transmission) to be
about 10% - the optimum value for HARQ.

So achieved throughput on radio interface would be proportional to:


RI x MCS x #RB

it is not taking into account transport and Core Network - there might be bottlenecks
heavily limiting radio interface performance

To calculate the the throughput in LTE (for example in DL)


1) number of allocated PRB
2) number of Used RE (resource element in PRB) Some RE is used for RS, CCCH and so
on So they are not carrying user data
3) MCS (Modulation type and coding rate which is determined based on CQI)

So for a PRB: # REs is 12*7 (during 1 ms) (just ignore the used REs for CCCH and RS)
in each RE a symbol is send and bits/symbol depends on modulation scheme for 64QAM
, 16QAM and QPSK it is respectively 6,4,2
The used coding is also affecting your throughput for example the ratio is 2/3

in the end:
PRB throughput (Kbits/s) ~ 12*7*(bits/symbol)*(Coding ratio)
So in the best condition:
PRB throughput (Kbits/s)=168*6*1 ~ 1008 Kbits/s
e RE

Anyway it is not the approach to calculate the capacity as the used RE for user data
could be 80~85% of total available REs
Besides there is no independent resource for signaling and so the PRB is used for user
signaling and which another overhead to user DATA throughput
hope my comments help you outTo calculate the the throughput in LTE (for example in
DL)
1) number of allocated PRB
2) number of Used RE (resource element in PRB) Some RE is used for RS, CCCH and so
on So they are not carrying user data
3) MCS (Modulation type and coding rate which is determined based on CQI)

So for a PRB: # REs is 12*7 (during 1 ms) (just ignore the used REs for CCCH and RS)
in each RE a symbol is send and bits/symbol depends on modulation scheme for 64QAM
, 16QAM and QPSK it is respectively 6,4,2
The used coding is also affecting your throughput for example the ratio is 2/3

in the end:
PRB throughput (Kbits/s) ~ 12*7*(bits/symbol)*(Coding ratio)
So in the best condition:
PRB throughput (Kbits/s)=168*6*1 ~ 1008 Kbits/s
e RE

Anyway it is not the approach to calculate the capacity as the used RE for user data
could be 80~85% of total available REs
Besides there is no independent resource for signaling and so the PRB is used for user
signaling and which another overhead to user DATA throughput
hope my comments help you out