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

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Henttonen, Tero
See also:
TS 25.300 (UTRAN)
TS 38.300 (NR)

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  ScopeWord-p. 19
2  ReferencesWord-p. 19
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 22
4  Overall architectureWord-p. 30
4.0  General [R15]Word-p. 30
4.1  Functional SplitWord-p. 31
4.2Void
4.3  Radio Protocol architectureWord-p. 33
4.4  SynchronizationWord-p. 35
4.5  IP fragmentationWord-p. 35
4.6  Support of HeNBsWord-p. 35
4.7  Support for relaying [R10]Word-p. 44
4.8  Support of SIPTO at the Local Network [R12]Word-p. 52
4.9  Support for Dual Connectivity [R12]Word-p. 54
4.10  NB-IoT [R13]Word-p. 58
4.11  Support for UE assistance information for local cache [R15]Word-p. 58
5  Physical Layer for E-UTRAWord-p. 58
5.0  Frame structures and channels [R15]Word-p. 58
5.1  Downlink Transmission SchemeWord-p. 61
5.2  Uplink Transmission SchemeWord-p. 66
5.3  Transport ChannelsWord-p. 70
5.4  E-UTRA physical layer modelWord-p. 73
5.5  Carrier Aggregation [R10]Word-p. 73
5.5a  Multi-carrier operation for NB-IoT [R13]Word-p. 74
5.6  Sidelink [R12]Word-p. 75
5.7  Licensed-Assisted Access [R13]Word-p. 76
5.8  Short Processing Time [R15]Word-p. 77
5.9  Short Transmission Time Interval [R15]Word-p. 77
6  Layer 2Word-p. 77
6.0  Overview [R15]Word-p. 77
6.1  MAC SublayerWord-p. 79
6.2  RLC SublayerWord-p. 83
6.3  PDCP SublayerWord-p. 84
6.4  Carrier Aggregation [R10]Word-p. 85
6.5  Dual Connectivity [R12]Word-p. 86
7  RRCWord-p. 88
7.0  General [R15]Word-p. 88
7.1  Services and FunctionsWord-p. 88
7.2  RRC protocol states & state transitionsWord-p. 88
7.3  Transport of NAS messagesWord-p. 89
7.3a  CIoT signalling reduction optimizations [R13]Word-p. 90
7.3b  EDT [R15]Word-p. 94
7.4  System InformationWord-p. 98
7.5  Carrier Aggregation [R10]Word-p. 100
7.6  Dual Connectivity [R12]Word-p. 101
8  E-UTRAN identitiesWord-p. 102
8.1  E-UTRA related UE identitiesWord-p. 102
8.2  Network entity related IdentitiesWord-p. 102
8.3  Sidelink communication and V2X Sidelink Communication related identities [R12]Word-p. 103
8.4  MBMS related identities [R13]Word-p. 104
9  ARQ and HARQWord-p. 104
9.0  General [R15]Word-p. 104
9.1  HARQ principlesWord-p. 104
9.2  ARQ principlesWord-p. 105
9.3Void
10  MobilityWord-p. 106
10.0  General [R15]Word-p. 106
10.1  Intra E-UTRANWord-p. 106
10.2  Inter RATWord-p. 143
10.3  Mobility between E-UTRAN and Non-3GPP radio technologiesWord-p. 147
10.4  Area RestrictionsWord-p. 153
10.4a  Roaming and Access Restrictions [R11]Word-p. 153
10.5  Mobility to and from CSG and Hybrid cellsWord-p. 154
10.6  Measurement ModelWord-p. 158
10.7  Hybrid Cells [R9]Word-p. 158
11  Scheduling and Rate ControlWord-p. 159
12  DRX in RRC_CONNECTEDWord-p. 164
13  QoSWord-p. 165
14  SecurityWord-p. 167
15  MBMS [R9]Word-p. 172
16  Radio Resource Management aspectsWord-p. 194
17Void
18  UE capabilitiesWord-p. 199
19  S1 InterfaceWord-p. 200
20  X2 InterfaceWord-p. 245
21Void
22  Support for self-configuration and self-optimisationUpWord-p. 267
22A  LTE-WLAN Aggregation and RAN Controlled LTE-WLAN Interworking [R13]Word-p. 285
22B  Xw Interface [R13]Word-p. 301
23  OthersWord-p. 310
24  Support for 5GC [R15]Word-p. 334
A  NAS OverviewWord-p. 338
B  MAC and RRC ControlWord-p. 339
CVoid
DVoid
EVoid
FVoid
G  Guideline for E-UTRAN UE capabilitiesWord-p. 341
HVoid
I  SPID ranges and mapping of SPID values to cell reselection and inter-RAT/inter frequency handover priorities [R9]Word-p. 342
J  Carrier Aggregation [R10]Word-p. 345
K  Time domain ICIC [R10]Word-p. 346
LVoid
M  Dual Connectivity [R12]Word-p. 349
N  Sidelink communication [R12]Word-p. 351
O  E-UTRAN Architecture for Radio Access Network Sharing with multiple cell ID broadcast [R15]Word-p. 351
P  Change historyWord-p. 353

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