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LTE module

Smart Planning for Smart Wireless Networks

The LTE Design Module is a fully featured add-on module to SignalPro for designing LTE networks with a special emphasis on automatic processes, traffic and interference considerations.The LTE Design Module includes more than 20 area studies specific to LTE design including CQI, adaptive modulation data rate, RSRP/RSRQ, uplink C/(I+N) and much more.  With these capabilities, combined with powerful automatic channel and PCI assignment tools, high-performance LTE systems can be easily planned and analyzed using SignalPro with the LTE Design Module.

Automatic Frequency Planning

Perform demand-based automatic frequency planning with included channel plan templates or imported channel plans.  Automatic frequency planning assigns high traffic demand sectors based on calculated or measured traffic data and can be done to all, or a selected group of sectors.

LTE Fixed Multipoint Design

The LTE Design Module contains a feature set for the design of the backhaul (point-to-multipoint) common in these types of systems. This feature adds the ability to perform real-world point-to-multipoint analysis with hub stations serving a set of Customer Premise Equipment (CPE), each with independently defined RF parameters and geographic locations.

  • Complete link characterization with median signal strength, availability, data rate, Fresnel zone clearance and other studies with each link
  • Uplink interference and data rate studies
  • Automatic serving hub and channel assignments
  • Display study results in thematic maps or tables
  • Display link path from CPE to hub with link study details

Specialized Area-Wide Studies

In addition to the studies in SignalPro, the LTE Design Module offers LTE-specific studies for mobile and nomadic systems:

  • Uplink (SC-FDMA) & Downlink (OFDMA) Adaptive Modulation Data Rate
  • Uplink and downlink LTE Modulation and CQI Regions
  • LTE uplink C/(I+N) using Stochastic and Monte Carlo simulations
  • UE power when using power control
  • Fractional frequency reuse (FFR) R1/R3 zones
  • Inter-eNodeB and Inter-RAT handoff regions
  • Number of ICIC suppressed interferers