LTE Deployment: making the most of LTE features to deliver capacity where it’s needed most
LTE introduces many new parameters to the radio network design problem. They come on top of the existing challenge of designing to maximise coverage with the fewest sites while minimising interference. For example, MIMO is not an LTE panacea. It certainly adds value but it needs to be used in the right places. Similarly, vendor specific adaptive coding and modulation can deliver great benefits but optimal value is not extracted by meeting one dimensional coverage and interference goals.
To deliver on all of the promises of LTE a radio engineer need to take into account all of LTE’s features. The best results can only be achieved with a combination of good data, good planning and excellent optimisation algorithms. The network will then deliver capacity where it delivers the most value to customers.
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