Prediction of Missing Values of Critical 4G LTE Parameters Using Experimental Dataset Derived from a Dense Urban Environment

Published: 31 March 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/78dhxwj56j.1


The data presented were acquired through a drive test. A 4G LTE modem was installed on a computer, and a Global Position System (GPS) was assembled in a vehicle and driven at 30 km/h. The measured data were logged at the one-second interval. The routes covered lie between Victoria Island and Ikoyi, Lagos State, Nigeria. The data reported will aid in efficient network planning to ensure high quality of service (QoS), especially for real-time applications, algorithmic development, modeling, and training learning-based models by all parties in the wireless ecosystem.


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The 4G LTE Modem used for field data collection can record sixty-seven (67) parameters of the LTE network. However, thirty-two (32) parameters were logged during the field data collection. Sixteen out of the 32 parameters logged were selected for analysis. The acquired data were logged at 1-second intervals using a 4G LTE test Modem mounted on a computer housed in a test vehicle driven at 30 km/h. In the investigated environments, test measurements were taken from evolved base stations (eNodeBs).


University of Lagos, Ambrose Alli University Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Federal University Lokoja


Wireless Communication, Wireless Computing, Wireless Telecommunication Systems