3GPP TS24.008 PDF

3GPP TS24.008 PDF


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Descriptor and Table of Contents (1 of 24) for 3GPP TS – Mobile radio interface Layer 3 specification – Core network protocols; Stage 3. 3GPP TS End to end quality of service concept and architecture. 3GPP TS Architecture Principles for Relase 3GPP TS Mobile radio . 3GPP TS specifies that a UE should delete its stored TMSI and LAI after a the RRC connection establishment cause is definedwithin 3GPP TS

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A method for testing the data reception functionality of a device, whereby received data is directly retransmitted back to the tester for comparison with the original data.

These sessions include two-way voice or video call, collaborative multi-media conference session, streaming multimedia distribution, instant messaging and online games.

3GPP Message Analyser – 2G, GSM, 3G, UMTS, 4G, LTE message decoding and encoding

PSD is a positive real function describing how the power of a signal is distributed with frequency. The USIM stores the security key identifying a mobile service subscriber, enabling the subscriber to access the service. TIs for network-requested PDP context activation are dynamically allocated by the network. A function located in the eNodeB which handles uneven distribution of the traffic load over multiple cells.

This can be used to improve the over- all coverage g3pp bandwidth distribution of cells, in particular where manual adjustment of the tilt of an antenna is expensive or impractical.

A measure of the distortion introduced in a transmitted signal by the Radio Frequency RF imperfections of practical implementations. A type of amplifier which aims to amplify the desired signal while adding as little noise as possible and without distorting the desired signal. A measurement defined as the total received wideband power observed by a UE from all sources, including co-channel serving and non-serving cells, adjacent channel interference and thermal noise within the measurement bandwidth.


A transmission scheme between a transmitter equipped with a single antenna and a receiver equipped with a single antenna. It is generally added to a received signal to simulate the effect of thermal noise and other sources of noise or interference.

The periodic switching off of a receiver, usually to save energy. This encompasses flow based charging, including charging control and online credit control and policy control e. A mode of bidirectional communication in which trans- missions in each direction take place on the same carrier frequency td24.008 in different time slots. A 3G mobile telecommunications standard, based on the 1.

A network-based mobility management mechanism.

The CM characterizes the effects of the third-order cubic non-linearity of the PA. High-Speed Downlink Packet Access. Similarly to Reference Signal Received Power RSRPthis measurement is mainly used to rank different LTE cells according to their signal quality as an input for handover and cell reselection decisions, for example in scenarios for which RSRP measurements do not provide sufficient information to perform reliable mobility decisions.

Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access. General Packet Radio Service. Network Information and Time Zone. A measurement used for mobility to UTRA. FDMA is an access method allowing multiple users to share the same frequency band by subdividing the band into different frequency channels. A statement made by the supplier of an implementation or system claimed to conform to a given specification, stating which capabilities have been implemented.

The interface used to interconnect eNodeBs. Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. The eNodeB can use the power headroom reports to determine how much more uplink bandwidth per subframe a UE is capable of using.

Real-time Transport Control Protocol. A unique number which is allocated to each individual t2s4.008 station. The LTE radio access technology. See for example TS A general term for a satellite-based positioning system, consisting of a network of satellites transmitting high-frequency radio signals that can be picked up by a receiver and used to determine its location.


Offline charging is a mechanism where charging information does not affect, in real-time, the service rendered.

For each mobile station, the SGSN stores subscription and location information, including the cell or the Routing Area RA where the mobile station is registered. A time period used to prevent 3gp between two different signals. GSM, representing deployment in an urban area.

Next Generation Mobile Networks. An MMSE estimator is a filtering process applied to a signal, in which the filter coefficients are computed to minimize the Mean Squared Error MSE between the filtered version of the signal and a desired signal. A transmission scheme between a transmitter equipped with a single antenna and a receiver equipped with multiple antennas. Spatial Channel Model ts24.0088 Extension. A zone where the correlation between a Zadoff-Chu ZC sequence and a cyclic-ly shifted replica of the same sequence is equal tozero.

It enables proper routing via the S1-MME interface.

Online 2G/GSM, 3G/UMTS, 4G/LTE Message Analyser

It is applicable to UE categories 3, 4 and 5. A technique used to execute Hybrid Automatic Repeat reQuest HARQ with reduced requirements for soft buffer sizes while te24.008 the peak data rates. An indicator sent on the X2 interface between eNodeBs to indicate physical layer measurements of the average uplink interference plus thermal noise for each Resource Block RB.