Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Title:||LTE Communication System|
|Abstract:||LTE is one of the primary broadband technologies based on OFDM, which is currently being commercialized. It is mainly deployed in a macro/microcell layout, provides improved system capacity and coverage, high peak data rates, low latency, reduced operating costs, multi-antenna support, flexible bandwidth operation and seamless integration with existing systems. LTE-Advanced, which significantly enhances the existing LTE and supports much higher peak rates, higher throughput and coverage, and lower latencies, resulting in a better user experience. Additionally, it will support heterogeneous deployments where low-power nodes comprising picocells, femtocells, relays, remote radio heads, and so on are placed in a macrocell layout. The LTE-Advanced features enable one to meet or exceed IMT-Advanced requirements. Thus there is a need for research and experimentation for building efficient communication systems in this field. With this aim, the present report consists of a theoretical overview of LTE (Long Term Evolution) Technology, MATLAB Simulation using system objects, followed by experiments performed on a designed communication system made using National Instruments (NI) Radio Frequency Signal Generators and Analyzers present in the NI LTE Toolkit. The experiments denote the dependence of reference channel power on the distance between the antenna spacings.|
|Appears in Collections:||03. EE|
Files in This Item:
|LTE Communication System.pdf||817.33 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open Request a copy|
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.