LTE (Long Term Evolution) is commonly marketed as 4G. LTE and LTE Advanced have been recognized by ITU-R and ITU-T (International Telecommunications Union – Telecommunications) as the principal solution for the future mobile communication networks standards. They are thus the framework of what the marketing calls 4G and possibly also 5G.
This book describes various aspects of LTE as well as the change of paradigm, which it is bringing to mobile communications, focusing on LTE standards and architecture, OFDMA, the Full IP Core Network and LTE security.
1. LTE Standards and Architecture.
3. The Full IP Core Network.
4. LTE Security. SIM/USIM Subsystem.
Jean-Gabriel Remy is Professor at the Catholic University of Paris (ISEP) in France. He was Chief Scientist at SFR for more than 10 years. In that position, he participated in the creation of 3GPP, actively participating in it until 2010. He is currently an ingénieur général for the French Ministry of Finance in Paris.
Charlotte Letamendia works for a French company that operates in the fields of broadband (broadband and residential terminals), management of documents (printing terminals, software and solutions, digital production workflow), digital set-top boxes (satellite, cable, terrestrial and IP TV) and telecom and energy (M2M, telecommunications infrastructure, smartgrids and metering).
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