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LTE Strategy 2012 - 2017

  • October 2011
  • -
  • Mind Commerce Publishing


Migrating cellular networks to fourth generation (4G) via the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard and other supporting technologies is a monumental effort. Beyond the obvious radio planning and engineering is a huge effort in the areas of application planning, business operations planning, and technical planning. Developing effective strategies for success with LTE is key to the successful commercialization of 4G for all mobile network operators.

This report provides LTE strategies and technology analysis from 2012 to 2017. The research provides recommendations for mobile network deployment through 2017. It also includes market analysis of the cellular market and mobile handsets to 2015, key service developments, device advancements and more.

Report Benefits:

Identify important important business issues and challenges
Understand the opportunities and threats for deploying LTE through 2017
Identify LTE enabled applications and their inherent challenges and opportunities
Develop key strategies for support of LTE applications, business and technical operations


LTE equipment providers
OSS infrastructure providers
Mobile network operators
LTE application providers


LTE, 4G, Long Term Evolution, LTE Strategy, LTE Deployment Strategy, LTE Business Operations, LTE Technical Operations, LTE Application Planning, LTE Operations Planning

Table Of Contents

LTE Strategy 2012 - 2017
Table of Contents:

Executive Summary. 6
Introduction. 7
History of NGN and LTE. 8
LTE Key Technologies. 8
LTE Architecture. 11
Service Architecture. 13
Layer 2 of LTE. 13
Downlink Logical14
Uplink Logical15
Mobility Across eNBs. 16
LTE Strategies. 18
LTE Strategies 2011-2012. 18
Strengths and Weakness of Broadband. 20
Current Market Segment. 21
Deploying EDGE/HSPA/HSPA+ Strategy. 23
3GPP Strategy Deployment. 25
2013-2015 Key Service Advances. 30
Devices Developments. 31
Network Interfaces. 32
Mobile Interfaces. 33
High-Performance Broadband Systems Strategies. 34
EDGE/HSPA/LTE features 2011-2014. 36
Adoption of Technologies to 2030. 38
Migration from the Current Networks to LTE Strategies. 38
LTE Based Applications. 40
CDMA2000 with LTE. 40
WiMAX with LTE. 42
Comparison between LTE Solutions. 45
Throughput Performance. 45
LTE Performance Analysis. 48
Latency. 48
VOIP over LTE. 52
Femtocell Technology. 53
Femtocell Features. 55
Femtocell Issues. 56
Deploying LTE Femtocell Strategies. 57
Femtocell Access Control Strategy. 59
LTE Femtocell Technical Issues. 60
Privacy of Femtocell62
LTE Femtocell Applications and Integrations. 66
Using RFID with Femtocells. 68
Using Wireless Sensors. 68
Conclusions. 69
LTE Applications. 70
Charging in LTE. 71
IP Multimedia System (IMS) Charging. 72
Multimedia Sessions. 72
Mobile IP. 74
The Migration from IPV4 to IPv6. 76
Augmented Reality in LTE. 80
Information visualization (IV). 80
Augmented interface. 83
Outdoor Augmented Reality. 84
Designing Augmented Reality Systems. 85
Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). 88
Frame Grabber. 90
Video Signals. 91
Augmented Reality Applications. 92
Augmented Reality in Surgery. 92
Surgery Applications. 94
Location Based Service with Augmented Reality. 99
Tracking User's Position. 104
QR Codes. 106
Mobile Systems in AR. 108
Collaborative Applications. 111
Augmented Reality Challenges. 113
AR Applications. 115
AR in Tourism.. 117
AR and Face Recognition. 118
Case Study: How to Use AR with in M-Commerce. 118
Web 2.0 and Social Software. 119
Location-based Service in AR. 119
Conclusion. 120
Mobile TV in LTE. 120
Mobile TV Ecosystem.. 121
The Operators Role. 123
Handset Manufacturers Role. 124
Software Vendors Role. 128
Charging in Mobile TV.. 128
Spectrum.. 130
Conclusion. 131
Charging in LTE. 132
3GPP policy and charging control (PCC). 137
Charging in the Primitive LTE Stages. 138
Business Operations Planning in LTE. 138
Business Plans to 2017 with SAE and EPC. 139
EPC Deployment. 139
LTE/SAE Deployment. 141
Benefits and Revenues from the New Deployments. 143
The Transaction from the Primitive LTE Stages to Full LTE functions to 2017. 144
What Operators Should do in Order to Deploy LTE. 144
Worldwide LTE Deployment. 146
LTE Deployment Plans by Company. 146
LTE Deployment Plans by Region. 148
The US Market. 148
The Mexican Market. 151
The Canadian Market. 151
The Puerto Rican Market. 152
The Colombian Market. 152
Chile Market. 152
The Brazilian Market. 152
The Current Markets Analysis. 153
Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Asia. 153
The Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Asia: 2011 - 2016. 154
Asia-Pacific Mobile Telecommunications Market. 154
Overview.. 154
International Market, and the Asia-Pacific Market. 155
The Asia-Pacific Market Companies. 158
The Market Overview.. 164
Companies Strategies in the Asian-Pacific market. 166
Summary. 170
Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Europe. 172
The Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Europe: 2011 - 2016. 173
The European Mobile Telecommunications Market. 173
Overview.. 173
Mobile License Distribution. 174
The European Market Analysis. 181
The Analysis of the Major Operators in Europe (T-Mobile, Orange and Vodafone). 187
Conclusion. 191
Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Latin America. 192
The Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Latin America: 2011 - 2016. 193
The Latin American Mobile Market. 193
Introduction. 193
The Market in the Past. 194
The Market in 2004. 195
The Market in 2005. 198
The Market in 2006. 199
The Market in 2007 to 2010. 201
Conclusions. 204

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