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LTE, LTE-Advanced and WiMAX: Towards IMT-Advanced Networks by Najah Abu Ali, Hossam S. Hassanein, Abd-Elhamid M. Taha

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Contents

About the Authors

Preface

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

1 Introduction

1.1 Evolution of Wireless Networks

1.2 Why IMT-Advanced

1.3 The ITU-R Requirements for IMT-Advanced Networks

1.3.1 Cell Spectral Efficiency

1.3.2 Peak Spectral Efficiency

1.3.3 Bandwidth

1.3.4 Cell Edge User Spectral Efficiency

1.3.5 Latency

1.3.6 Rates per Mobility Class

1.3.7 Handover Interruption Time

1.3.8 VoIP Capacity

1.3.9 Spectrum

1.4 IMT-Advanced Networks

1.4.1 LTE-Advanced

1.4.2 IEEE 802.16m

1.5 Book Overview

References

2 Enabling Technologies for IMT-Advanced Networks

2.1 Multicarrier Modulation and Multiple Access

2.1.1 OFDM

2.1.2 OFDMA

2.1.3 SC-FDMA

2.2 Multiuser Diversity and Scheduling

2.3 Adaptive Coding and Modulation

2.4 Frequency Reuse

2.5 Wideband Transmissions

2.6 Multiple Antenna Techniques

2.7 Relaying

2.8 Femtocells

2.9 Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP) Transmission

2.9.1 Interference Cancellation

2.9.2 Single Point Feedback/Single Point Reception

2.9.3 Multichannel Feedback/Single Point Reception

2.9.4 Multichannel Feedback/Multipoint Reception

2.9.5 Inter-Cell MIMO

2.10 Power Management

2.11 Inter-Technology Handovers

References

Part I WIMAX

3 WiMAX Networks

3.1 IEEE 802.16-2009

3.1.1 IEEE 802.16-2009 Air Interfaces

3.1.2 Protocol Reference Model

3.2 IEEE 802.16m

3.2.1 IEEE 802.16m Air Interface

3.2.2 System Reference Model

3.3 Summary of Functionalities

3.3.1 Frame Structure

3.3.2 Network Entry

3.3.3 QoS and Bandwidth Reservation

3.3.4 Mobility Management

3.3.5 Security ...

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