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Release 99 UMTS core network structure

3GPP Release 4 Distributed Network Architecture


Segregation of MSC to MSS and MGW
Release 5 UMTS core network architecture
Radio Frequency Spectrum
Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor


Comparison of OQPSK & QPSK

Comparison of QPSK & OCQPSK

Types of services
1.Conversational class (voice, video
telephony, video gaming)
2.Streaming class (multimedia, video on
demand, webcast)
3.Interactive class (web browsing, network
gaming, database access)
4.Background class (email, SMS,
downloading).
Types of channels
The channels carried are categorized into three
groups: logical, transport and physical.
The logical channels define the way in which the
data will be transferred;
the transport channels, along with the logical
channel, also define the way in which the data
are transferred; and
the physical channels carry the payload data
and govern the physical characteristics of the
signal.
Logical channels

Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH), DL.

Paging Control Channel (PCCH), DL.

Dedicated Control Channel (DCCH), UL/DL. This channel is used to
carry dedicated control information in both directions.

Common Control Channel (CCCH), UL/DL. This bi-directional channel is
used to transfer control information.

Shared Channel Control Channel (SHCCH), (only TDD form of UMTS)

Dedicated Traffic Channel (DTCH), UL/DL. The DTCH is a bi-directional
channel that is used to carry the user data or traffic.

Common Traffic Channel (CTCH), DL. This unidirectional downlink
channel is used to transfer dedicated user information to a group of UEs.
GSM- W-CDMA Handover
Compressed mode
HSDPA
HARQ

Channel sharing
High-Speed Packet Access
14 Mbit/s in the downlink and 5.76 Mbit/s in the uplink.
Shared-channel transmission, which results in efficient use of
available code and power resources in WCDMA
A shorter Transmission Time Interval (TTI), which reduces
round-trip time and improves the tracking of fast channel
variations
Link adaptation, which maximizes channel usage and enables
the base station to operate at close to maximum cell power
Fast scheduling, which prioritizes users with the most
favorable channel conditions
Fast retransmission and soft-combining, which further
increase capacity
16QAM and 64QAM which yields higher bit-rates
MIMO, which exploits antenna diversity to provide further
capacity benefits.
HSPA+
HSPA+ provides an evolution of High Speed Packet
Access and provides data rates up to 84 Megabits per
second (Mbit/s) to the mobile device and 22 Mbit/s from
the mobile device.
Using flat network architecture
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