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LTE: How does an UE monitor radio link with its serving cell ?

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When an UE completes cell search procedure, it has to monitor its link to eNodeB. How it does and what are the component or layers involved for this activity ?

posted May 26, 2014 by Vikram Singh

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The two states of UE,RRC_IDLE and RRC_CONNECTED Used to monitor the system information.
if UE in RRC _IDLE it does

UE Control mobility
PLMN Selection,cell (re)selection.
By Using DRX Monitor the paging,sys info xchange

In RRC_Connected it does

network Control mobility
data transfer to/from UE
Acquire SYS info,
Perform measurements and give feedback to n/w
monitor paging,sys info chage,( ETWN / CMAS if UE Supports)

from this way UE always monitor the system information any take the resources if need

answer Mar 12, 2015 by Sivakumar.d
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