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What is the Basic Principle of Random Access in LTE?

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What is the Basic Principle of Random Access in LTE?
posted Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous

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Random access is the procedure of uplink synchronization between UE and E-UTRAN. Prior to random access, physical layer shall receive the following information from the higher layers:
Random access channel parameters: PRACH configuration, frequency position and preamble format, etc.
Parameters for determining the preamble root sequences and their cyclic shifts in the sequence set for the cell, in order to demodulate the random access preamble.

answer Jul 10, 2013 by anonymous
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