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Reliance Jio Infocomm and Samsung Electronics announced on February 26th their continued partnership to bring LTE coverage to 99 percent of the Ind...
Samsung Electronics America, announced on February 23 it has been selected by Verizon to assist in advancing their 4G LTE Open RAN initiative.
Samsung and KT announced today that the LTE-Railway (LTE-R) network for the new Wonju-Gangneung high-speed train line is now live. The activation r...
Samsung Electronics announced on November 24 that the company has been awarded a contract for the supply of smartphones and related accessories by...
SK Telecom today announced that it has successfully pioneered a new technology, which will help 5G network equipment to process data traffic 10 tim...
SK Telecom and Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”), India’s largest telecommunications services provider, today announced a strategic partnership under which,...
SK Telecom today announced that it expanded the coverage of its LTE-A Pro services – providing up to 700 Mbps to 900 Mbps speeds – to 75 cities and...
Samsung Electronics will showcase its next generation portfolio comprised of a diverse range of 4G and 5G network solutions targeting the U.S. mark...
SK Telecom today announced that it, together with Nokia, has successfully reduced latency between the handset and base station to 2 ms over its LTE...
Samsung and America Movil have signed and formalized a letter of intent to develop a series of pioneering projects across Latin America. Both compa...
SK Telecom today announced that it commercialized T-MANO, an NFV MANO (Network Functions Virtualization Management and Orchestration) platform that...
Sprint and Samsung Electronics America recently tested Massive MIMO on 2.5 GHz spectrum. The Massive MIMO test represented a real-world application...
|LTE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS|
|25||LTE IP Address Allocation Schemes II: A Case for Two Cities|
|24||LTE IP Address Allocation Schemes I: Basic|
|23||LTE Charging I: Offline|
|22||LTE Policy and Charging Control (PCC)|
|21||EMM Procedure 10 & 11. Move to Another City and Attach|
|20||EMM Procedure 8 & 9. Handover and Cell Reselection with TAU|
|19||EMM Procedure 7. Cell Reselection without TAU|
|18||EMM Procedure 6. Handover without TAU - Part 3. S1 Handover|
|17||EMM Procedure 6. Handover without TAU - Part 2. X2 Handover|
|16||EMM Procedure 6. Handover without TAU - Part 1. Overview of LTE Handover|
|15||EMM Procedure 5. Periodic TAU|
|14||EMM Procedure 4. Service Request|
|13||EMM Procedure 3. S1 Release|
|12||EMM Procedure 2. Detach|
|11||EMM Procedure 1. Initial Attach - Part 2. Call Flow of Initial Attach|
|10||EMM Procedure 1. Initial Attach - Part 1. Cases of Initial Attach|
|9||Eleven EMM Cases in an EMM Scenario|
|8||LTE EMM and ECM States|
|7||LTE QoS: SDF and EPS Bearer QoS|
|6||LTE Identification III: EPS Session/Bearer Identifiers|
|5||LTE Identification II: NE and Location Identifiers|
|4||LTE Identification I: UE and ME Identifiers|
|3||LTE Security II: NAS and AS Security|
|2||LTE Security I: Concept and Authentication|
|1||LTE Network Architecture: Basic|