Contains pages with keyword "LTE".
Courses and ThesisLectures
- Mobile Broadband (UNIK4230, by Abul Kaosher)
- Mobile Broadband-I (UNIK4230, by Abul Kaosher)
- Mobile Broadband-II (UNIK4230, by Abul Kaosher)
- Mobile Communications - Introduction (UNIK4230, by Per Hjalmar Lehne)
- Mobile Communications- Network Architecture and Functionality (UNIK4230, by Per Hjalmar Lehne)
- Mobile Network Challenges (UNIK4700, UNIK9700, by Josef Noll)
- Mobile evolution 5G (B6,D4,F1) (UNIK4700, UNIK9700, by Josef Noll)
- Mobile network security (UNIK4250, by Josef Noll)
- Refarming and the challenges of Mobile Communications (UNIK4230, by Abul Kaosher, Rune Rækken)
- Repetition and Walk Through on the course including Exam guidance (UNIK4230, by Abul Kaosher)
- Small Cells and HetNets / Mobile Broadband II (UNIK4230, by Per Hjalmar Lehne, Abul Kaosher)
- MacroFemtoNetworkAspects (Keywords Femtocell, LTE, Throughput, Capacity)
- Performance analysis of upcoming standards for mobile communications (Keywords IMT-A, LTE, WiMAX, 4G, Radio, OMNET, Propagation, Simulation)
- Simulating LTE indoor coverage and capacity (Keywords Wireless networks, Mobile networks, Beyond 4G, Femto Cells, LTE, Indoor, Matlab)
- Simulating LTE indoor coverage and capacity (2) (Keywords Wireless networks, Mobile networks, Beyond 4G, Femto Cells, LTE, Indoor, Matlab)
- Naji Ahmed Kadah (works at: ITS, with topics: LTE, VoLTE, Mobile networks)
- Shingo Watanabe (works at: KDDI, with topics: LTE, WiMax, Wifi)
LTE (Long Term Evolution) is a 4G standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA network technologies, increasing the capacity and speed using new modulation techniques. The standard is developed by the 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project).
The world's first publicly available LTE service was launched by TeliaSonera in the Scandinavian capitals Stockholm and Oslo on 14 December 2009. LTE is the natural upgrade path for carriers with GSM/UMTS networks, but even CDMA holdouts such as Verizon in North America and au by KDDI in Japan have announced that they will migrate to LTE in the future. LTE is therefore anticipated to become the first truly global mobile phone standard.
Source: Wikipedia