UMTS Network Planning, Optimization, and Inter-Operation with GSM is an accessible, one-stop reference to help engineers effectively reduce the time and costs involved in UMTS deployment and optimization. Rahnema includes detailed coverage from both a theoretical and practical perspective on the planning and optimization aspects of UMTS, and a number of other new techniques to help operators get the most out of their networks. Provides an end-to-end perspective, from network design to optimizationIncorporates the hands-on experiences of numerous researchersSingle authorship allows for strong coherency and accessibilityDetails the complete iteration cycle of radio link budgeting for coverage planning and dimensioningRahnema demonstrates detailed formulation of radio capacity and coverage in UMTS, and discusses the tradeoffs involved. He presents complete link budgeting and iterative simulations for capacity and coverage planning, along with practical guidelines. UMTS Network Planning contains seventeen cohesive and well-organized chapters which cover numerous topics, including:Radio channel structures, radio channel models, parameters, model tuningTechniques for capacity and coverage enhancementsComplete treatment of power control, handoffs and radio resource practical management processes and parametersDetailed coverage of TCP protocol enhancement for operation over wireless links, particularly UMTSApplication of GSM measurements to plan and re-engineer for UMTS radio sitesGuidelines for site co-location with GSM, the QOS classes, parameters and inter-workings in UMTSAMR voice codecs and tradeoffs, core and access network design, architectural evolution, and protocolsComprehensive discussion and presentation of practical techniques for radio performance analysis, trending, and troubleshooting

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