Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a 3.9 G wireless broadband technology developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) that enables high-speed packet communications. 3GPP LTE is a step towards 4G, evolved over cellular radio access technologies such as GSM, UMTS, CDMA and others.
LTE enables high data rates (350 Mbps in Downlink and 175 Mbps in Uplink) with reduced latency, scalable bandwidth capacity and backward compatibility with the existing wireless technologies. LTE architecture comprises of evolved packet core, eNB framework and user equipment (UE).
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) offers a platform-independent LTE eNodeB Base Station, consists of Layer2 (MAC, RLC and PDCP), and Layer3 (RRC) Protocol stack solutions validated and tested on a third party evaluation platform with TCS developed LTE UE Stack.
- LTE Protocol stack is fully compliant to 3GPP specifications – Release 8 and features have been thoroughly validated.
- TCS LTE eNodeB is platform-Independent solution: Portable to any LTE Base Station Platform with in-built support for Operating System Abstraction Layer (OSAL).
- Performance, Stress and Load has been validated on Freescale EP8548E platform.
- TCS developed LTE eNB solution is ported on the Freescale EP8548E AMC Cards using Embedded Linux 2.6.18
- Multiple Radio bearers are established between eNB Base station and the multiple UE Stacks running simultaneously
- The Application data is transferred from the server through the LTE Base station and received at client through UE.
- Latest 3GPP Standard compliance functionally tested eNB Protocol Stack solution
- Test Plan and Test report documents with test scripts