Long Term Evolution (LTE) Radio Interface Architecture Tutorial

3 Mar
LTE (both radio and core network evolution) is now on the market. It’s initiated by 3GPP in 2004 to improve the mobile phone standard to cope with future technology evolution and needs. This include higher data rate up to 3 Gbs, optimized for packet switching, reduced CAPEX and OPEX, low complexity.

In this presentation I explore the Radio Interface Architecture of LTE focusing on RLC and MAC protocols, the functionality of logical; physical; and transport channels, and the state machines of the terminal.



Source: http://selgohari.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/long-term-evolution-lte-radio-interface-architecture-tutorial/


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