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This is an introductory presentation about LTE-Advanced, its feature, technologies and applications. Also there's a comparison between it and WiMAX 2.0 and our recommendations.Disclaimer: All Data, figures, tables and charts are from the references mentioned at the end of the presentation

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  • 1. Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) Done by: Sara S. Mahdi & Fatima S. Mohd

2. AgendaIntroductionFeatures of LTE-AdvancedKey technologiesLTE-A vs. WiMAX 2.0LTE in the marketApplicationsWhats next? Conclusion 3. Introduction Long Term Evolution Release 10 is the solution that the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) partners came up with, to accommodate the increasing demand of higher transmission rates, lower latencies and IP-based architecture mobile networks. LTE-Advanced is the first technology that fulfilled IMT-A requirements for 4G networks and it has become an available technology since the first half of 2011. 4. Features of LTE-A Peak data rate A downlink peak data rate of 1 Gbps and an uplink of 500Mbps for stationary users. And up to 100 Mbps for roaming. Latency Very Low, Little setup time (350 Mbps Peak Data Rates UL: 300 MbpsUL: > 200 Mbps various frequenciesSpectrum2.3, 2.5, 3.5, 5.8 GHz(700 MHz frequency)DL: 30 bps / HzDL: > 2.6 bps / Hz (2 x 2)Spectral EfficiencyUL: 15 bps / HzUL: > 1.3 bps / Hz (1 x 2) Link layer: < 5 ms Link layer: < 10 ms Latency Handoff: < 50 msHandoff: < 30 msCoverage Up to 100 kmup to 50 km 22. LTE-A in The Market 23. Applications of 4G LTE 24. Applications VoIP (VoLTE) and high definition videos streaming 25. Applications Support cloud computing applications and isprofitable to both users and vendors. 26. Applications Allows the digitization of everyday life where allpeoples needs are being fulfilled by embeddedapplications. 27. Applications Virtual Clinics, creating seamless integrated healthenvironment. 28. Applications 4G networks provide a huge advantage to thedevelopment of smart grid technologies 29. Whats Next? 4G network coverage will be as much as the current 3Gcoverage around the world by the end 2013. 4G has already started work on Release 11: objectives of features & study items supporting QoS improving the spectrum capacity some more. For beyond Rel-11, brand new features with very biggain are needed to meet long-term requirements. 30. Description Adoption of LTE technologyDateJanuary 5, 2012SourceGSA - The Global mobile Suppliers Association 31. Conclusion LTE-Advanced has been the first released 4G technology,but it most certainly isnt going to be the last. With the key technologies designed in this release, itbecame easier for engineers to use it as a step stone forfurther releases and new approaches.And since the demand on high speed and reliableconnections is increasing everyday, it wont be long tillthe next technology is released to the public. 32. THANK YOU FOR LISTENINGAny Questions? 33. References "The Path to 4G: LTE and LTE-Advanced" by James Seymour, senior director Alcatel-Lucent "Introducing LTE-Advanced, Application Note" by Agilent Technologies, Inc. 2010, 2011 "LTE vs. WiMAX: 4th generation telecommunication networks" - by Dieter Eberle, Berlin Institute ofTechnology, Germany "Self Optimizing Networks: The Benifits of SON in LTE" by 4G Americas, July 2011 "An Overview of Long Term Evolution Advanced" by Traian Andrei "LTE-A Leads Future Wireless Communications" - Article no.10 is ZTE Technologies magazine year 2010 "Tech Talk: LTE-Advanced" by Mikael Hk from Ericsson Research:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJ_zeAOoliQ "LTE-Advanced Technology Introduction White Paper" by Meik Kottkamp from Rohde & Schwarz - 07-2010 "Proposal for Candidate Radio Interface Technologies for IMTAdvanced Based on LTE Release 10 andBeyond" by Takehiro Nakamura 3GPP TSGRAN Chairman "Further Enhancements for LTE-Advanced" by Tetsushi Abe of NTT DOCOMO, INC., Vice Chairman of 3GPPRAN1 http://ru-4g.livejournal.com/21299.html - Last access on Jan 9th 2012. http://wwwen.zte.com.cn/endata/magazine/ztetechnologies/2010/no10/articles/201010/t20101021_193206.html - last access on Jan 9th 2012 http://ubiquisys.com/femtocell-blog/well-done-son-femtocell-self-organising-networks/ - Lass Access Jan7th 2012 http://www.3gpp.org/ - Last access Dec-26th-2011 http://en.wikipedia.org/

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