PART 2: What LTE parameters need to be Dimensioned and Optimized

This is PART 2 of the 5th webinar of the CelPlan Webinar Series


The recorded session of PART 1 of this webinar can be found here.


If you missed this webinar and/or wish to view it again, please click on the video link below. We are also providing the slides and a FAQ of questions we received from the attendees of the webinar.



Resources for this webinar:

4G Training & Certification


CelPlan is pleased to provide PART 2 of this Free, Educational Webinar on "What LTE parameters need to be Dimensioned and Optimized".


In our session, we will discuss:


LTE has many parameters that have to be dimensioned or planned:


  • Parameters to be dimensioned
    • Cyclic Prefix
    • Control Format Indicator
    • PHICH duration
    • PHICH scaling factor
    • Other Reference Signals
  • Parameters to be planned (assigned)
    • Physical Cell Identification (PCI)
    • PRACH parameter planning
      • Preamble format
      • PRACH configuration index
      • Zero correlation zone
      • Root Sequence Index
      • Frequency Offset
    • Uplink Reference Signal Sequence
    • Cell and BTS Identity Planning
    • Tracking Areas
    • Neighborhood Planning

LTE resources have to be optimized, as in any cellular network, with considerations for ICIC and other techniques

  • Resource Allocation in LTE
    • Control, Traffic and Signaling
  • Interference Analysis
    • SNR and SNIR, FEC, H-ARQ
  • Resource Reuse analysis in LTE
    • Reuse of 1 x Reuse of n
  • Frequency Planning
  • Traffic Resource Planning
    • Allocation schedulers
    • Frequency segmentation
    • Time zoning
  • Control Resource Planning
    • Can it be done?

This webinar is part of a series of webinars on LTE and 4G Technologies in general. Each webinar topic is different from the other, but the series is designed in such a way that each webinar builds upon and complements the foundation of the previous webinar.


Next webinar of the CelPlan Webinar Series: Spectrum Analsysis for LTE Systems

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