SAN reconfigurable EE power amplifier for public safety scenario will be demonstrated during final review.
The relay-assisted Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) cellular system is a promising architecture for future wireless communication systems. Regarding two- hop relaying, cooperative communications can be divided into two main stages: first a transmission by the Base Station (BS) occurs; … Lire la suite
When an adjacent SAN node is identified through ANR discovery, a SAN Relay Node requests its local WLAN-LTE UE to interconnect with it. Thanks to this connection both SAN entities can communicate and exchange data for: Their own needs: … Lire la suite
The SAN LTE Relay Node is the corner stone of the SAN network. The SAN Relay Node is in charge of the LTE radio links with all the Mobile Stations registered to it: the Relay Station allocates uplink and downlink … Lire la suite
Functional requirements Identifier Description Type F_MAC_1 HARQ should be implemented to make retransmissions more robust O F_MAC_2 Radio resource management shall be defined to control the radio channel sharing: scheduling among users and flows to share the access and to … Lire la suite
This first logical building block corresponds to the user plane communication, which is the base functionality to enable user information exchange between SAN entities. This functionality is reached thanks to PHY, PDCP, RLC and MAC layers of the SAN waveform. … Lire la suite
Platform term gathers all hardware and software components that establish the communications equipment. It can be found inside: Baseband hardware (BB HW), corresponding with the digital subsystem hardware of the SAN User and eNB equipments, including for example processing units … Lire la suite