Radio Resource Control (RRC);. Protocol specification. (Release 8). The present document has been developed within the 3rd Generation Partnership Project. LTEā„¢ is a Trade Mark of ETSI currently being registered for the benefit of its Members .. Reception of the RRCConnectionSetup by the UE. The Radio Resource Control (RRC) protocol is used in UMTS and LTE on the Air interface. It is a layer that exists between UE and eNB and exists at the IP level.

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Are you sure you want delete specification? Click to see all versions of this specification. Remarks 1 Creation date Author Remark. History Action date Action Author. Himke Van der Velde. Spec Type Title Rrf Prime grp. Provisioning of IP-based multimedia services. Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service.

Stage 1 for Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service.

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Stage 2 for Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Service. Security aspects of MBMS. Earthquake and Tsunami Warning System.

Stage 1 for EHNB. Architecture aspects of EHNB. Network Improvements for Machine-Type Communications.

Positioning Support for LTE. Carrier Aggregation for LTE. UL multiple antenna transmission for LTE. Deleted – Core part: Latency reductions for LTE. Enhanced downlink control channel s for LTE Advanced.

Further enhancements to H e NB mobility – Part 3. Dual connectivity for LTE.