Everything Engineers Need to Design, Build, and Operate 3G Wireless Networks for Global Voice and Data Communications The UMTS Air-Interface in RF Engineering shows you how to design, build, and operate the 3G wireless networks that carry most of today's global voice and data communications. The book explains the RF engineering aspects of UMTS, key elements of the 3GPP specifications, and practical operation of UMTS networks. Written by an internationally renowned expert on wireless systems, this essential engineering tool takes you through UMTS basics and standards ...radio resource and link controls...physical layer...cell reselection... handover...power control...HSDPA...WCDMA RF network planning and optimization...repeaters and tower top amplifiers...inter-system interference ...and more. Filled with 150 detailed illustrations, The UMTS Air-Interface in RF Engineering features: A complete explanation of UMTS in an RF engineering context Expert information on key elements of the 3GPP specifications Numerous applications of theoretical concepts to the day-to-day operation of UMTS networks Step-by-step guidance on UMTS physical layer procedures Inside This Cutting-Edge UMTS Engineering Guide _ ac Introduction to UMTS ac UMTS Fundamentals ac UMTS Standards _ Radio Resource Control ac Radio Link Control ac Medium Access Control ac Physical Layer ac Cell Reselection ac Handover ac Power Control ac HSDPA ac WCDMA RF Network Planning ac WCDMA RF Network Optimization ac Repeaters and Tower Top Amplifiers ac Inter-System Interferences ac WCDMA and CDMA 20002.7.4 International Mobile Station Equipment Identity IMEI is a permanent identifier assigned to a mobile at the factory. It has a total of 15 hexadecimal digits. The first 6 digits constitute the type approval code (TAC). The TAC identifies theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The UMTS Air-Interface in RF Engineering|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2007-04-27|