LTE Advanced Pro


Towards the 5G Mobile Network

LTE Advanced Pro

Frédéric Launay, University of Poitiers, France
André Perez, Consultant


ISBN : 9781786304308

Publication Date : May 2019

Hardcover 316 pp

165.00 USD

Co-publisher

Description


This book presents LTE evolution towards 5G mobile communication and the emergence of new requirements for MBB, MTC and LLC services.

As LTE technologies evolve, LTE Advanced Pro dramatically increases cell capacity and user data rates for the MBB unicast service. Such requirements are obtained using full-dimension MIMO, carrier aggregation (on either licensed or unlicensed frequency bands) and dual connectivity.

To improve the efficiency of same-content delivery to multiple users, 3GPP proposes a group communications service over LTE and defines mission critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) for dedicated public safety services.

Complementary low-cost and low-power modems with enhanced coverage and massive connectivity are emerging. Thus, this book also discusses the need for LTE to support low-rate transmission and high-latency communication for MTC services.

Contents


1. MBB Service – Network Architecture.
2. MBB Service – Spatial Multiplexing.
3. MBB Service – Carrier Aggregation.
4. Wi-Fi Integration – Network Architecture.
5. Wi-Fi Integration – Procedures.
6. Wi-Fi Integration – Network Discovery and Selection.
7. LLC Service – Proximity Communications.
8. LLC Service – Group Communications.
9. LLC Service – GCSE and MCPTT Functions.
10. MTC Service – Network Architecture.
11. MTC Service – Radio Interfaces.
12. MBB Service – 5G Integration.

About the authors


Frédéric Launay is Associate Professor at LIAS laboratory and a lecturer in networks and telecommunications at the University of Poitiers, France. He leads training on the 4G, 5G, SIP and IMS networks.

André Perez is a consultant as well as a teacher in networks and telecommunications. He works with telecom companies regarding architecture studies and leads training on the 4G and 5G networks for NEXCOM Systems.