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HSPA Evolution

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Learn about the development, evolution and application of HSPA , one of the dominating standards for mobile broadband

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title page
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Copyright
  5. Preface
  6. Acknowledgments
  7. Part I: Introduction
    1. Chapter 1: From 3G to 4G: background and motivation of 3G evolution
      1. Abstract
      2. 1.1. History and background of 3G
      3. 1.2. Standardization
      4. 1.3. Spectrum for 3G and systems beyond 3G
      5. 1.4. The motivations behind continuing HSPA evolution
  8. Part II: Technologies for HSPA
    1. Chapter 2: High data rates in mobile communication
      1. Abstract
      2. 2.1. High data rates: Fundamental constraints
      3. 2.2. Higher data rates within a limited bandwidth: Higher-order modulation
      4. 2.3. Wider bandwidth including multi-carrier transmission
    2. Chapter 3: CDMA transmission principles
      1. Abstract
      2. 3.1. Spread spectrum basics
      3. 3.2. Baseband transmitter model for a CDMA system
      4. 3.3. Spread spectrum in a real propagation environment
      5. 3.4. Receiver and equalization strategies
    3. Chapter 4: Multi-antenna techniques
      1. Abstract
      2. 4.1. Multi-antenna configurations
      3. 4.2. Benefits of multi-antenna techniques
      4. 4.3. Multiple receive antennas
      5. 4.4. Multiple transmit antennas
      6. 4.5. Spatial multiplexing
    4. Chapter 5: Scheduling, link adaptation, and hybrid-ARQ
      1. Abstract
      2. 5.1. Link adaptation: power and rate control
      3. 5.2. Channel-dependent scheduling
      4. 5.3. Retransmission schemes
      5. 5.4. Hybrid-ARQ with soft combining
  9. Part III: HSPA and its evolution
    1. Chapter 6: Overview of release 99 WCDMA
      1. Abstract
      2. 6.1. System architecture
      3. 6.2. Protocol architecture
      4. 6.3. Physical layer; downlink
      5. 6.4. Physical layer; uplink
      6. 6.5. Resource handling and packet-data session
      7. 6.6. UE RRC states and state transitions
    2. Chapter 7: Introduction to HSPA
      1. Abstract
      2. 7.1. HSPA emerges from WCDMA: fundamental building blocks
      3. 7.2. Other enhancements
    3. Chapter 8: High-speed downlink packet access
      1. Abstract
      2. 8.1. Overview
      3. 8.2. Details of HSDPA
      4. 8.3. Finer details of HSDPA
      5. 8.4. Release 7 improved layer 2
    4. Chapter 9: High-speed uplink packet access
      1. Abstract
      2. 9.1. Overview
      3. 9.2. Details of HSUPA
      4. 9.3. Finer details of HSUPA
    5. Chapter 10: Higher-order modulation
      1. Abstract
      2. 10.1. Overview
      3. 10.2. Downlink 64-QAM
      4. 10.3. Uplink higher-order modulation
    6. Chapter 11: Multi-antenna transmission
      1. Abstract
      2. 11.1. Overview
      3. 11.2. Downlink transmit diversity
      4. 11.3. Downlink two-branch MIMO
      5. 11.4. Downlink four-branch MIMO
      6. 11.5. Uplink transmit diversity
      7. 11.6. Uplink two-branch MIMO
    7. Chapter 12: Multi-carrier techniques
      1. Abstract
      2. 12.1. Evolution of multi-carrier HSPA
      3. 12.2. Downlink multi-carrier HSDPA in detail
      4. 12.3. Uplink DC-HSUPA in detail
    8. Chapter 13: Multi-flow transmission
      1. Abstract
      2. 13.1. Overview
      3. 13.2. Details of multi-flow transmission
    9. Chapter 14: Connectivity enhancements
      1. Abstract
      2. 14.1. Continuous packet connectivity (CPC)
      3. 14.2. Enhanced CELL_FACH
    10. Chapter 15: Multimedia broadcast multicast services
      1. Abstract
      2. 15.1. Release 6 MBMS overview
      3. 15.2. Details of release 6 MBMS
      4. 15.3. Release 7 MBSFN
      5. 15.4. Release 8 Integrated Mobile Broadcast
    11. Chapter 16: Spectrum and RF characteristics
      1. Abstract
      2. 16.1. Spectrum for UTRA
      3. 16.2. Flexible spectrum use
      4. 16.3. Multi-carrier operation
      5. 16.4. Multistandard radio base stations
      6. 16.5. Overview of RF requirements for UTRA
      7. 16.6. Output power level requirements
      8. 16.7. Transmitted signal quality
      9. 16.8. Unwanted emissions requirements
      10. 16.9. Sensitivity and dynamic range
      11. 16.10. Receiver susceptibility to interfering signals
      12. 16.11. Multiband-capable base stations
    12. Chapter 17: Heterogeneous networks
      1. Abstract
      2. 17.1. Motivation for deployment of heterogeneous networks
      3. 17.2. Types of nodes in heterogeneous networks
      4. 17.3. Issues to consider with heterogeneous networks
  10. Part IV: Performance and future outlook
    1. Chapter 18: HSPA system performance
      1. Abstract
      2. 18.1. Typical system modeling assumptions
      3. 18.2. System simulation performance metrics
      4. 18.3. HSPA performance drivers
      5. 18.4. HSPA performance figures
    2. Chapter 19: Release 12 and Beyond
      1. Abstract
      2. 19.1. Heterogeneous Networks
      3. 19.2. HSUPA Enhancements
      4. 19.3. DCH Enhancements
      5. 19.4. BCH Enhancements
      6. 19.5. Looking to the future - Release 13
  11. List of acronyms
  12. Index