WHICH SPECTRUM LTE USES?

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LTE has been designed in a way that it can be deployed in both FDD and TDD. Due to its flexibility of being able to be deployed in both TDD and FDD domain. It makes LTE a true global standard. The following frequency bands are defined for LTE deployment. In case if you are interested […]

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WHAT KIND OF BIT-RATES LTE CAN DELIVER?

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This question can be answered in a number of ways. In theory, you can simply answer the exact bit rate, assuming ideal conditions. For practical scenarios the exact bit rate or let me say the capability in terms of capacity and cell coverage varies depending on a number of factors such as the amount of […]

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HOW DO SUBSCRIBERS BENEFIT FROM SERVICES PROVIDED BY LTE? OR WHY DO WE NEED LTE ? AREN’T 2G, 3G ALREADY ENOUGH FOR SUBSCRIBER SERVICES?

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Yes, already with 3G, High Speed Packet Access (HSPA), broadband services such as Internet access, interactive gaming and mobile TV etc. can be provided. However, with growing demand, more users and more high definition (HD) content being needed, higher bit rates are required in order to secure service availability for all users.

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WHAT ARE THE NAMING CONVENTIONS IN SAE/LTE?

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The nodes available in 4G are shown below. To keep things simple and easy to understand, remember the relationship shown below. LTE = E-UTRAN = RAN side of 4G = All these terminologies refer to RAN side. SAE = EPC = Core Network (Packet Network ) = All these terminologies refer to core network Abbreviations […]

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WHAT IS SAE?

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LTE is the radio part of the evolution whereas System Architecture Evolved (SAE) is the part handling the the packet core network. The main objectives of SAE are to: Provide a simplification of Packet Core with flat architecture Improve Latency Optimize IP related services

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