E-UTRAN


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E-UTRAN

(Evolved-UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network) E-UTRAN is the air interface in an LTE cellular network. Officially, E-UTRAN governs the base station, while E-UTRA (without the "N") defines the mobile device side. E-UTRAN uses the OFDMA modulation method for the downlink and SC-FDMA for the uplink. See LTE, LTE architecture, OFDMA, SC-FDMA and RAN.
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6) Respuesta al inicio de sesion: la red E-UTRAN crea un contexto de portador MBMS, almacena los atributos de la sesion y responde al MME con un mensaje Session Start Response para confirmar la recepcion del mensaje Session Start Request usando la interfaz M3.
Para la red E-UTRAN la configuracion de los recursos de radio se programan usando el parametro de inicio de transferencia de datos MBMS si esta presente, de lo contrario, se utiliza el parametro de tiempo de transferencia de datos del servicio de IPTV.
About Celcite Management Solutions - Celcite Management Solutions delivers optimisation solutions for all wireless technologies including GSM/GPRS/EDGE BSS, UTRAN (WCDMA/HSPA +HSUPA PH2) and E-UTRAN (LTE).
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MAPS[TM] 4G Lab System for LTE can be used to simulate both E-UTRAN and EPC (Evolved Packet Core) allowing complete testing of the LTE network.
The solution combines proven VistaInsight[R] for Networks, Mobile Knowledge Pack and Vista360[R] and established InfoVista's IP network management expertise to LTE's EPC and E-UTRAN, to provide end-to-end, role-based visualization of mobile network service quality, enabling mobile operators to effectively manage multiple large-scale network domains from a single platform.
The comprehensive report tracks more than 50 sub-segments of the market, from radio access network (RAN) macrocell, microcell, and picocell base transceiver stations (BTS) and mobile softswitching to packet core equipment, E-UTRAN macrocells and all flavors of WiMAX, and includes deployment trackers for WiMAX and LTE.
After an overview of 4G standards the course introduces the requirements of LTE, provides insight to the most relevant changes to L1/L2/L3 and the network architecture of E-UTRAN to UMTS, HSDPA, and HSUPA.