Monthly Archives: February 2015


LTE Evolution

Why LTE is required? Exponential growth of mobile data traffic, demands the need for increasing the capacity of existing mobile networks The emerging internet applications requiring high data rates and low latency How LTE is evolved? LTE is initiated as Release-7 study item. What factors driving LTE Reduced latency high […]


LTE Network Architecture

Main requirements of LTE are: high spectral efficiency high peak data rates short round trip time flexibility in frequency and bandwidth eNB or Evolved Node B is a network hardware in LTE that communicates with UE or mobiles. It contains Transmitter, Receiver and Control section. Node B is the counterpart […]


LTE Frequency Bands

LTE support two duplexing modes: TD-LTE : Time Divison Duplexing LTE. Both downlink and uplink transmission takes place at the same carrier frequency, unpaired spectrum, at different time slots. The UL and DL slots are isolated through gaurd period. One merit TD-LTE is UL and DL capacity can be changed […]


Carrier Aggregation in LTE-A

Carrier Aggregation(CA) is one of the most desired feature of LTE-Advanced. In LTE-A aggregation of carriers is used to increase the bandwidth and thereby increase data rates upto 1Gbps. Each aggregated carrier is referred to as Component Carrier(CC), can have BW of 1.4, 3, 5, 10, 15 or 20 MHz. […]