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TS 36.300 (RAN2)
E-UTRA and E-UTRAN – Overall Description

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Rapporteur:  Mr. SEBIRE, Benoist
See also:  E-UTRAN-related TS/TR     TS 25.300 (UTRAN)    


This TS provides an overview and overall description of the E-UTRAN radio interface protocol architecture. Details of the radio interface protocols are specified in companion specifications of the 36 series.

The E-UTRAN consists of eNBs, providing the E-UTRA user plane (PDCP / RLC / MAC / PHY) and control plane (RRC) protocol terminations towards the UE. The eNBs are interconnected with each other by means of the X2 interface.

The eNBs are also connected by means of the S1 interface to the EPC (Evolved Packet Core), more specifically to the MME (Mobility Management Entity) by means of the S1‑MME and to the Serving Gateway (S-GW) by means of the S1‑U. The S1 interface supports a many-to-many relation between MMEs / Serving Gateways and eNBs.


 

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1 Scope    2 References    3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations    4 Overall architecture    5 Physical Layer for E-UTRA    5.1 Downlink Transmission Scheme    5.2 Uplink Transmission Scheme    5.3 Transport Channels    5.4 E-UTRA physical layer model    5.5 Carrier Aggregation    5.5a Multi-carrier operation for NB-IoT    5.6 Sidelink    5.7 Licensed-Assisted Access    6 Layer 2    6.1 MAC Sublayer    6.2 RLC Sublayer    6.3 PDCP Sublayer    6.4 Carrier Aggregation    6.5 Dual Connectivity    7 RRC    7.1 Services and Functions    7.2 RRC protocol states & state transitions    7.3 Transport of NAS messages    7.3a CIoT signalling reduction optimizations    7.4 System Information    7.5 Carrier Aggregation    7.6 Dual Connectivity    8 E-UTRAN identities    9 ARQ and HARQ    10 Mobility    11 Scheduling and Rate Control    12 DRX in RRC_CONNECTED    13 QoS    14 Security    15 MBMS    16 Radio Resource Management aspects    17 Void    18 UE capabilities    19 S1 Interface    20 X2 Interface    21 Void    22 Support for self-configuration and self-optimisation    22A LTE-WLAN Aggregation and RAN Controlled LTE-WLAN Interworking    22B Xw Interface    23 Others    A NAS Overview    B MAC and RRC Control    C Void    D Void    E Void    F Void    G Guideline for E-UTRAN UE capabilities    H Void    I SPID ranges and mapping of SPID values to cell reselection and inter-RAT/inter frequency handover priorities    J Carrier Aggregation    K Time domain ICIC    L Void    M Dual Connectivity    N Sidelink communication    O Change history   

 

1   Scope [R8]   PDF-p. 16
2   References [R8]
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R8]   PDF-p. 18
4   Overall architecture [R8]   PDF-p. 25
4.1   Functional Split   PDF-p. 26
4.2   Void
4.3   Radio Protocol architecture   PDF-p. 28
4.4   Synchronization   PDF-p. 30      Up
4.5   IP fragmentation
4.6   Support of HeNBs
4.7   Support for relaying [R10]
4.8   Support of SIPTO at the Local Network [R12]
4.9   Support for Dual Connectivity [R12]      Up
4.10   NB-IoT [R13]   PDF-p. 53
5   Physical Layer for E-UTRA [R8]
5.1   Downlink Transmission Scheme   PDF-p. 56      Up
5.2   Uplink Transmission Scheme
5.3   Transport Channels   PDF-p. 64
5.4   E-UTRA physical layer model   PDF-p. 67
5.5   Carrier Aggregation [R10]
5.5a   Multi-carrier operation for NB-IoT [R13]
5.6   Sidelink [R12]   PDF-p. 68
5.7   Licensed-Assisted Access [R13]
6   Layer 2 [R8]      Up
7   RRC [R8]   PDF-p. 79
8   E-UTRAN identities [R8]   PDF-p. 88
9   ARQ and HARQ [R8]   PDF-p. 90
10   Mobility [R8]
10.1   Intra E-UTRAN   PDF-p. 92
10.1.1   Mobility Management in ECM-IDLE
10.1.2   Mobility Management in ECM-CONNECTED   PDF-p. 94
10.1.3   Measurements   PDF-p. 115
10.1.4   Paging and C-plane establishment
10.1.5   Random Access Procedure   PDF-p. 118      Up
10.1.6   Radio Link Failure
10.1.7   Radio Access Network Sharing   PDF-p. 123
10.1.8   Handling of Roaming and Area Restrictions for UEs in ECM-CONNECTED   PDF-p. 124
10.1.8a   Handling of Roaming and Access Restrictions for UEs in ECM-CONNECTED [R11]
10.2   Inter RAT
10.3   Mobility between E-UTRAN and Non-3GPP radio technologies   PDF-p. 128
10.4   Area Restrictions      Up
10.4a   Roaming and Access Restrictions [R11]   PDF-p. 135
10.5   Mobility to and from CSG and Hybrid cells
10.6   Measurement Model   PDF-p. 139
10.7   Hybrid Cells [R9]
11   Scheduling and Rate Control [R8]
12   DRX in RRC_CONNECTED [R8]
13   QoS [R8]   PDF-p. 146
14   Security [R8]   PDF-p. 148

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