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Tutorial Proposal Title: - “Global Mobile Broadband with LTE” Abstract: - Long Term Evolution (UMTS Release 8) offers a smooth evolution path towards 4G for service providers deploying 3GPP and non-3GPP standard’s technologies. LTE proposes to use an advanced radio interface technology based on OFDMA on the downlink, SC-FDMA on the uplink and a flat IP based network architecture. Some of the important reasons behind the choice of OFDMA are its ability to overcome wireless channel related fading issues, support for tight frequency reuse leading to better spectral efficiency, support for users with different QoS requirements, and the ability to integrate multiple antenna technology (MIMO), a key enabler. LTE intends to utilize a flat IP based network architecture to meet the stringent technical requirements of next generation wireless systems. LTE promises long-term revenue stability and growth by creating avenues for new value added services. For 250+ service providers who have already deployed/committed to the 3GPP technologies it provides scope for harmonious co-existence with legacy networks. This tutorial presentation would provide an in-depth overview of the important technologies behind LTE systems and how they are proposed to be implemented. Duration: - Half day (210 Minutes) Goal and Objectives: - The objective of the proposed tutorial is to provide an in-depth understanding of the key technical concepts behind very high speed all ...

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Tutorial Proposal
Title: -
“Global Mobile Broadband with LTE”
Abstract: -
Long Term Evolution (UMTS Release 8) offers a smooth evolution path towards 4G for
service providers deploying 3GPP and non-
3GPP standard’s technologies. LTE proposes
to use an advanced radio interface technology based on OFDMA on the downlink, SC-
FDMA on the uplink and a flat IP based network architecture. Some of the important
reasons behind the choice of OFDMA are its ability to overcome wireless channel
related fading issues, support for tight frequency reuse leading to better spectral
efficiency, support for users with different QoS requirements, and the ability to
integrate multiple antenna technology (MIMO), a key enabler. LTE intends to utilize a
flat IP based network architecture to meet the stringent technical requirements of next
generation wireless systems. LTE promises long-term revenue stability and growth by
creating avenues for new value added services. For 250+ service providers who have
already deployed/committed to the 3GPP technologies it provides scope for harmonious
co-existence with legacy networks. This tutorial presentation would provide an in-depth
overview of the important technologies behind LTE systems and how they are proposed
to be implemented.
Duration: -
Half day (210 Minutes)
Goal and Objectives: -
The objective of the proposed tutorial is to provide an in-depth understanding of the
key technical concepts behind very high speed all data LTE networks. With the
conference aim to foster research in ultra modern wireless communication, the topic of
this presentation would be of great interest to all the participants.
Scope: -
This tutorial would be suitable for academicians and practitioners with exposure to any
cellular or broadband wireless technology.
Teaching Method: -
It is proposed to be organized as a three hour and thirty minutes long session divided
into two halves. Multimedia presentation is proposed to be used.
Short Bio: -
M.S. Sricharan
is currently working as a consultant with Wipro Technologies, India.
He is a member of advanced technology labs and offers training and consultancy services
to senior architects and technical managers in wireless domain across the globe. He
joined Wipro Technologies in November 2006 as a consultant in aerospace, defense and
satellites group. He was part of the core team that developed a High Level Architectural
Model for an affordable Soldier Radio System, for US Defense, planned to be deployed
in 2012-2015 timeframe. He was actively involved in developing proof of concept
solutions to showcase Wipro’s capabilities in location based services space. Before
joining Wipro Technologies he was working as a Teaching Research Associate (TRA) in
the department of Information Technology, Madras Institute of Technology, Anna
University Chennai. He completed his PhD in wireless networks from MIT. He has
published several papers in international journals and conferences. He is an active
member of IEEE. His areas of interest include broadband wireless networks, mobility
management, location based services and wireless simulators.
Jackson Juliet Roy
is working as a Specialist, design & development, wireless division
at Tata Elxsi Ltd., Chennai, India. He is an active team member of Layer-2 design &
development team for WiMAX Base Station & Mobile Station protocol stack. Presently
he is part of design and development team working on LTE eNodeB & user equipment
protocol stacks. In both WiMAX and LTE he had contributed & realized many
algorithms in scheduling, resource allocation, link adaptation and power control, layer-2
support for MIMO and Beam Forming etc. He is an active member in algorithm
optimization team. He is one of the identified subject matter expert in Wireless
technologies from Tata Elxsi. He is involved in various internal and external training
activities both in WiMAX and LTE. Before joining Tata Elxsi he had been associated as
research scholar at AU-KBC Research Centre, Madras Institute of Technology campus,
Anna University, Chennai and completed his doctoral degree from there. His area of
research in PhD is "QoS Enhancement for Broadband Wireless Networks". He has
published his research papers in many international conferences and journals. His areas
of interest are broadband wireless, scheduling, resource allocation & optimization in
broadband wireless (WiMAX, LTE & Wi-Fi) and QoS in heterogeneous networks etc.
Structure of Contents: -
Introduction
1.
Wireless systems beyond IMT-2000
2.
IMT-Advanced requirements
3.
Technology landscape
4.
LTE Standardization
Network Architecture
1.
Flat network architecture
2.
E-UTRAN functions
3.
EPC architecture (Roaming and Non-Roaming)
4.
Interfaces and protocols
LTE Air Interface
1.
OFDMA and SC-FDMA basics
2.
OFDM system operations
3.
FDD frame structure
4.
Physical channels and operations
Network Acquisition and Call Setup
1.
System acquisition and idle mode operations
2.
Random access procedures
3.
Simple call setup
Operations
Data Transmission and Handover
1.
Scheduling procedures
2.
Traffic operations in DL & UL
3.
Handovers
Internetworking and deployment considerations
1.
Internetworking with 3GPP and non-3GPP networks
2.
Frequency, backhaul and EPC network planning issues
3.
LTE Vs WiMAX -
a bird’s eye view
Authors: -
Dr. M.S. SriCharan
Consultant
Advanced Technology Labs
Talent Transformation
Wipro Technologies (www.wipro.com)
sricharan.srinivasan@wipro.com
Dr. J. Jackson Juliet Roy
Specialist, Design & Development,
Wireless Division,
Tata Elxsi (
www.tataelxsi.com
)
jacky@tataelxsi.co.in
Alternate e-mail for correspondence:
sricharanms@gmail.com
Postal address for correspondence:
Wipro Technologies, 475-A, Rajiv Gandhi Salai,
(OMR), Shozhanganallur, Chennai-600119
References
1)
Erik Dahlman
et.al. , “3G Evolution: HSPA and LTE for Mobile Broadband”,
Academic press, 2
nd
edition, August 2008
2)
Harri Holma and Antti Toskala, LTE for UMTS - OFDMA and SC-FDMA Based
Radio Access, John Wiley and Sons, 2009
3)
3GPP standards documents TS 36.XXX, TS 25.XXX, TS 23.XXX