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Title: LTE radio and network planning: Basic coverage and interference constraints
Authors: Velez, Fernando
Robalo, Daniel
Acevedo Flores, Jessica
Keywords: Frequency bands;Mobile telecommunication systems;Quality control;Carrier aggregations;CNIR;Different frequency;Empirical propagation models;Interference constraints;Network planning;System Capacity;Transport block size;Wireless telecommunication systems
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
metadata.dc.relation.uri: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84964735386&doi=10.1109%2fLATINCOM.2015.7430138&partnerID=40&md5=112b8d305f982a8d20c6d31f3ec38839
Abstract: In the cellular planning process, the UL and DL the values from carrier-to-noise-plus-interference ratio (CNIR) from/at the mobile station are very important parameters. From a detailed analysis of its variation with the coverage and reuse distances for different values of the Chanel Quality Indicator (CQI) and given empirical propagation models, an evaluation of the possible range for the reuse pattern is performed for the DL. By considering the CQI and reference CNIR requirements recommended by 3GPP, DL peak bit rates along with the Transport Block Size (TBS) assumed for single stream and bandwidth of 5 MHz, physical and supported throughputs are analysed. These formulations shows the clear decrease of the supported throughput for the longest coverage distances in the LTE 2.6 GHz band, a behaviour that is not so clear at 800 MHz, and gives useful indications to the optimization of the use of different frequency bands in the optimization of carrier aggregation between two different bands in LTE-A scenarios. © 2015 IEEE.
URI: http://repositorio.ucsp.edu.pe/handle/UCSP/15837
ISBN: urn:isbn:9781467384513
Appears in Collections:Artículos - Ingeniería Electrónica y de Telecomunicaciones

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