Lecture15 - EETS 8316 Wireless Networks Fall 2013 Lecture...

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EETS 8316 Wireless Networks Fall 2013 Shantanu Kangude [email protected] Lecture: LTE Mobility
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What is Mobility? In RRC_IDLE state – UEs camp on cells DL synched, have network parameters, and ready to UL sync, and connect when needed Listen on Discontinuous RX (DRX) intervals (powersave listen intervals) for pages – Changing a camped-on cell to maintain a good quality camped-on cell is mobility In RRC_Connected state – Changing the designated cell that handles all radio network access for a UE is mobility
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Inter and Intra E-UTRAN Mobility E-UTRAN = LTE will be incrementally deployed UEs may move from LTE coverage areas to GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000, WiMax etc. coverage areas Specification supports 2 types of mobility – Intra E-UTRAN = Between LTE cells – Inter-RAT = Between different Radio Access Technologies NOTE: Inter-RAT Handovers shall only be covered through a student project in the class
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