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Latency Improvements in 3 G Long Term Evolution

@inproceedings{Blaji2007LatencyII,
  title={Latency Improvements in 3 G Long Term Evolution},
  author={T. Blaji and D. Noguli and M. Dru{\vz}ijani},
  year={2007}
}
To ensure continued competitiveness of 3G technology for the next decade, 3GPP is establishing evolution plans that are following introduction of HSDPA and Enhanced Uplink. The new major step is known as 3G Long Term Evolution (LTE) and is based on several promising technologies, like OFDM and MIMO, involving also the System Architecture Evolution (SAE). Major performance goals addressed by LTE are significantly increased peak data rates, reduced latency, spectrum efficiency, together with… Expand

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