Tagged: lte

SAE-LTE Interfaces 0

SAE-LTE Interfaces

If we refer to the figure we can see the following interfaces in the SAE- LTE architecture. A basic description of all the interfaces are provided in this post. Refer to  TS Р23401...

SGW – Serving Gateway 0

SGW – Serving Gateway

The SGW routes and forwards user data packets, while also acting as the mobility anchor for the user plane during inter-eNB handovers and as the anchor for mobility between LTE and other 3GPP technologies...

Handovers in LTE 2

Handovers in LTE

In LTE the handover is carried out over the X2 interface. In case the X2 link is unavailable the S1 interface comes into picture for the handover. The handovers in the LTE have a...

ANR – Automatic Neighbour Relations 0

ANR – Automatic Neighbour Relations

The NR management is a key feature of Self Organization Network (SON). It plays an important role in seamless connectivity. It enables the UE to move from one location to another location without any...

SON-Self Organizing Network 1

SON-Self Organizing Network

The vision of self-organizing networks (SON) is that future radio access networks needs to be easier to plan, configure, manage, optimize and heal. This vision is in line with the views of 3GPP (3rd...