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Title: Mamo
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Dereje Hailemariam (PhD)
Tewodros, Mamo
Keywords: Long Term Evolution;LTE Planning;Nominal Plan
Issue Date: May-2016
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The requirements of higher data rate, l network architecture evolves the third generation mobile Generation (4G). Being part of 4G, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the evolution of 3G counterparts, Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) and Code division multiple access (CDMA), to provide a seamless connectivi (UE). The requirements of higher data rate, low latency system, and all-IP (Internet Protocol) network architecture evolves the third generation mobile communication towards the Fourth Generation (4G). Being part of 4G, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the evolution of 3G counterparts, Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) and Code division multiple access (CDMA), to provide a seamless connectivity between two end User Equipments IP (Internet Protocol) communication towards the Fourth Generation (4G). Being part of 4G, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the evolution of 3G counterparts, Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) and Code division ty between two end User Equipments The advancement of wireless communication technologies and the increasing size of radio network make the tasks of radio network planning more challenging and attention has to be given for nominal and the desired requirements after deployment. The nominal and detailed LTE radio network planning involves consideration of basic network requirements in terms of coverage, capacity and Quality of Service (QoS). The advancement of wireless communication technologies and the increasing size of radio s of radio network planning more challenging and, hence and detailed LTE radio network planning so as to achieve requirements after deployment. The nominal and detailed LTE radio network eration of basic network requirements in terms of coverage, capacity The advancement of wireless communication technologies and the increasing size of radio hence, special LTE radio network planning so as to achieve requirements after deployment. The nominal and detailed LTE radio network eration of basic network requirements in terms of coverage, capacity In this study, the importance of such basic requirements has been illustrated using mathematical analysis as well as computer radio network planning strategies to the operator and local practicing planning area. The study considers Kirkos sub city in Addis Ababa, deployment scenario for the sub city. using the nominal parameters in the detailed plannin coverage prediction and capacity evaluation in terms of a given subscriber future growth. result shows a better network coverage with an optimum network capacity can tical analysis as well as computer-aided simulations in order to disclose the LTE strategies to the operator and local practicing engineering in the Kirkos sub city in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in view of new deployment scenario for the sub city. After analysis of the data taken from the sub city and using the nominal parameters in the detailed planning, the study resulted in target area coverage prediction and capacity evaluation in terms of a given subscriber future growth. result shows a better network coverage with an optimum network capacity can be achieved in parameters starting from the nominal planning stage till the detailed planning phases in combination of pre optimization requirements at the initial stage. As there will be a similar need in the other part of the country, these findings can be used as erence for new build as well as expansion of the existing LTE network in the future. In this study, the importance of such basic requirements has been illustrated using aided simulations in order to disclose the LTE’s engineering in the in view of new After analysis of the data taken from the sub city and g, the study resulted in target area coverage prediction and capacity evaluation in terms of a given subscriber future growth. The result shows a better network coverage with an optimum network capacity can be achieved in parameters starting from the nominal planning stage till the detailed planning phases in combination of pre optimization requirements at the initial stage. As there will be a similar need in the other part of the country, these findings can be used as Link Budget
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