International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 12 (2022) No. 2, pages: 437-445, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.12.2.14950

Designing and Calculating Bandwidth of the LTE Network for Rural Areas

Sudeep Tanwar, Halim Khujamatov, Bairam Turumbetov, Ernazar Reypnazarov, Zamira Allamuratova


The standard of broadband mobile communication LTE can be used to build a mobile communication network in remote populations and provide the population with modern mobile communication services, such as video calls, data transmission, high-speed mobile Internet, Internet TV, etc. In this work, a LTE network has been designed, and the network capacity has been calculated for a certain area. Muynak of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, located in the northwest of the Republic of Uzbekistan, was taken as the territory. The paper presents the characteristics of the selected equipment required for the construction of the mobile network, calculations of network bandwidth, number of potential and active network subscribers, the number of base stations, the average bandwidth of the projected network, the average traffic per subscriber in the busy hour, the radio frequency plan, the geographical location of the base stations, and the LTE network design scheme has been developed. In addition, the characteristics of the number of potential subscribers are described in tabular form, as well as graphs of the number of base stations, the average bandwidth of the designed network, the total traffic of the designed network depending on the number of potential subscribers. The LTE network frequency plan has been developed for the city of Muynak. The designed network will increase the number of subscribers to 12,000 without reducing bandwidth.


Base station; bandwidth; equipment; LTE; mobile communication; network.

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