Efficient Methods for WCDMA Radio Network Planning and Optimization

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 8, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 165 pages
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When joining Siemens in 2001, I also extended my research interest towards radio net work planning methodologies. This area of research brought together my personal interest in mobile communications and in the design of ef?cient algorithms and data structures. Between 2001 and 2003, I participated in the EU project Momentum, which was target ing the performance evaluation and optimization of UMTS radio networks. In this project my main focus was on Monte Carlo snapshot techniques, shortly after I broadened my research scope towards network optimization techniques. Both constitute the basis of this thesis. Later I got the chance to bring in the ideas and methods of my thesis into a Siemens internal planning and optimization tool, the development of which I guided over the last two years. First of all I would like to thank Professor Dr. Carmelita Görg for supervising this thesis, for her guidance, and her encouragement. I very much appreciate that she although I, as an external Ph. D. student, was not part of her department at the University of Bremen was always very open for discussions and provided me with a large amount of useful suggestions over the past years. I without a doubt greatly bene?ted from this, both in my scienti?c work and personally. I am also deeply grateful for the comments and suggestions by Professor Dr. Thomas Kürner, who is also the second examiner of this thesis.
 

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Contents

The WCDMA Air Interface
5
Modeling the Wireless Transmission Channel
25
MonteCarlo Snapshot Analysis
45
Snapshot Analysis for WCDMA Network Performance Evaluation
67
Analytical Performance Evaluation
107
Automated Network Optimization
137
Conclusions and Outlook
155
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Page xiv - DRNC Drift RNC DRX Discontinuous Reception DS-CDMA Direct Sequence Code Division Multiple Access DSCH Downlink Shared Channel DTCH Dedicated Traffic Channel DTM Dual Transfer Mode DTMF Dual Tone Multiple Frequency DTX Discontinuous Transmission DUP Data User Part E-AGCH E-DCH Absolute Grant Channel Ec/No Energia del chip diviso la densità di potenza in banda ECSD Enhanced CSD E-DCH Enhanced Dedicated Channel EDGE Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution...

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Dr. Ulrich Türke promovierte bei Prof. Dr. Carmelita Görg am Fachbereich für Physik und Elektrotechnik der Universität Bremen. Er ist als Experte für Funknetzplanung und –optimierung bei der atesio GmbH in Berlin tätig.

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