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Guide(s): DR. D. J. SHAH
University: Ganpat University
Completed Date: 04/11/2015
Abstract: Wireless communications have evolved very rapidly due to the wide spread acceptance of newlinesocial video, the integration of social networking with video etc. The rapid growth in the newlinenumber of new subscribers, the development of different global technologies and wireless newlinestandards, the demand in the new, better quality, low cost services as well as higher data newlinerates are the main requirements for the evolution in the wireless communications. It is newlineanticipated that the end user will demand a ubiquitous connection with edge free newlineexperience while the new social video applications together with other mobile computing newlineapplications will increase the network traffic by 30 fold in the coming years. LTE is newlinedesigned to meet these new stringent requirements. Its enabling technologies and new newlineservice support, as being specified in 3GPP (3rd newlineThe cellular industry has, in the past several years, been in the midst of a profound newlineparadigm shift. The shift to mobile broadband has resulted in not just an appetite for mobile newlinedata service but rather a philosophical shift of end-of-user from relying on personal newlinecomputers to mobile smart phones. As a consequence of this social technological trend, the newlineamount of data that is being carried on cellular network is growing explosively. In newlinepreparation for this, 3GPP initiated an investigation into E-UTRA (Evolved Universal newlineTerrestrial Radio Access) in 2004. Since then, E-UTRA specified the first release of LTE newline(Long Term Evolution) in March 2009 and evolved to LTE-Advanced to meet the newlineovergrowing demand of the society. newlineGeneration Partnership Project) Rel-12 newline(Release 12) and Rel-13, will offer the end user a new ubiquitous standard-definition and newlinehigh-definition social video experience. newlineTo fulfill these requirements, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) was newlineselected as the basis for the physical layer. In addition to OFDM, LTE implements newlinemultiple-antenna techniques such as MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output), which can newlineeither increase channel capacity or enhance signal robustness. In
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