NitroFlare Evaluation of HSDPA and LTE From Testbed Measurements to System Level Performance

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    Evaluation of HSDPA and LTE: From Testbed Measurements to System Level Performance By Markus Rupp, Sebastian Caban, Christian Mehlführer, Martin Wrulich
    2011 | 408 Pages | ISBN: 0470711922 | EPUB | 16,6 MB

    This book explains how the performance of modern cellular wireless networks can be evaluated by measurements and simulations
    With the roll-out of LTE, high data throughput is promised to be available to cellular users. In case you have ever wondered how high this throughput really is, this book is the right read for you: At first, it presents results from experimental research and simulations of the physical layer of HSDPA, WiMAX, and LTE.

    Next, it explains in detail how measurements on such systems need to be performed in order to achieve reproducible and repeatable results. The book further addresses how wireless links can be evaluated by means of standard-compliant link-level simulation. The major challenge in this context is their complexity when investigating complete wireless cellular networks. Consequently, it is shown how system-level simulators with a higher abstraction level can be designed such that their results still match link-level simulations. Exemplarily, the book finally presents optimizations of wireless systems over several cells.
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