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WCDMA Source Coding

AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate) Speech A integrated speech codec with 8 source rates The AMR bit rates can be controlled by the RAN depending on the system load and quality of

DL & UL Physical Channel in LTE

How Physical channel of LTE works in UL & DL?A distinction has to made between:  The Physical channel The Physical signal The DL physical channels are: Physical DL Shared Channel

How Transport Channel Work in LTE?

A transport channel defines how and with what characteristics the information is transmitted. Inherited from the WCDMA, data on the transport channel is organized into “Transport Blocks”, TBs. A Transport

How Many Logical Channel in LTE ?

The following control logical channels have been defined by the 3GPP: BCCH, Broadcast Control Channel, used for the transmission of system control information. A UE needs to decode it before

How Channel Architecture in LTE?

A Logical Channel is defined by the type of information it carries. Logical channels are classified into control and traffic channels. Answer to the question: what is it being transported?

How MAC Protocol Work In LTE?

The MAC protocol provides the following services: Logical Channel to Transport channel mapping Scheduling: There is no dedicated channel allocated to a UE. Time and frequency resources are dynamically shared

Radio Link Control (RLC) protocol services in LTE

The Radio Link Control (RLC) protocol provides the following services: Segmentation of SDU according to the size Re-Segmentation of PDU Radio Bearer to logical channel mapping Transfer of data in

lub Interface in 3G WCDMA

The 3G Iub interface is the terrestrial interface between NodeB and RNC. The Radio Network Layer defines procedures related to the operation of the WCDMA NodeB. The Transport Network Layer

Radio Protocol Architecture in LTE

The EUTRAN radio protocol model specifies the protocols terminated between UE and eNB. The protocol stack follows the standard guidelines for radio protocol architectures (ITU-R M1035) and is thus quite