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stopped by and picked up a calculator and again dropped the comment, Joe, you should really have insurance. Thanks, Howard. I appreciate the advice, was my typical comment. Then one day I heard a siren in front of my next-door neighbor s house. I looked out the window and within a few minutes, my neighbor was being carried out of his home on a stretcher with a white sheet over him. He had died that morning from a massive heart attack. He was only in his 40s. I was 36 at the time. The next day I called Howard on the phone. Howard, remember our many discussions on insurance and protecting your family and stuff Well, I think that we should sit down and work out some sort of program for an insurance plan for my family and me. I had nally made the plunge. Was it Howard s salesmanship Was it his persistence Maybe. But I realized from that experience a really effective way to sell a whole series of products. Howard succeeded because he had planted enough seeds in my mind for me to realize what insurance was for, who should sell it to me and who was a good friend and customer. When it came time to buy, only I, Joseph Sugarman, would know. And only when there was an immediate experience that hit close to home would I see the value of insurance. I went through the experience and I responded. Some of the implications from this example will be referred to later in this book, but the point concerns the nature of a product. Every product has a nature to it that you must understand to be successful when creating a marketing concept behind that product. For example, from the insurance experience, I soon realized how to sell burglar alarms and became one of the largest burglar alarm sales companies in the country, protecting more homes than any other company. The alarm was called the Midex and my thoughts went back to Howard as I created the ad. I knew that to scare people into buying a burglar alarm was like Howard coming into my basement and saying, Joe, when you die, are you going to leave your wife and kids in nancial disaster That would
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SIB 1: it contains information about the access to the cell, information about cell selection, etc. It also contains a System Indicator (SI) window length, which is needed for the reception of all other SIBs. SIB 2: it contains con guration information valid for all MSs, like the con guration of common channels, pilot con guration, timers, etc. SIB 3 8: they contain information related to intersystem, interfrequency, and intrafrequency handover. SIB 9: it contains an identi er for the home BS. SIB 10 and 11: they contain information for earthquake and tsunami warning systems. An SIB 1 is scheduled periodically every 80 ms, with a xed timing. The repetition period for the other SIBs can be con gured by the network operator. The MS has to search for the corresponding information within a time window whose width is communicated in SIB 1. Random Access (RA) If an MS wants to join the network, it has to let the BS know its request. Obviously, the MS does not have resources assigned to it at this time; it must therefore make a contention-based access (also known as random access): it is possible that its request might collide with requests from other MS. LTE speci es a procedure for this access, proceeding in four steps: 1. MS transmits an RA preamble (see Section 27.4.8), which allows the BS to compute the required timing advance. This is the only step using different PHY signaling. The subsequent steps are transmitted like normal data (except that HARQ is not used). 2. BS transmits an RA response: this contains (i) the index of the RA preamble for which the response is valid (note that at this time the BS does not know the ID of the MS yet, only the type of RA preamble that was used), (ii) the timing advance to be used by the MS, (iii) the resources to be used by the MS for the signaling in the subsequent step, and (iv) a temporary ID. Note that if several MSs used the same RA preamble, then the RA response is valid for all those MSs, and the resulting collision has to be resolved in the subsequent steps. 3. MS transmits Radio Resource Control (RRC) signaling information, which contains its ID. The details of the information depend on how much information the BS already has about this MS, e.g., whether the MS accesses network for the rst time, or just reestablishes a link after the connection has been interrupted. 4. BS transmits a contention resolution message. As described above, ambiguities could have occurred if multiple MSs try to access the system with the same random access preamble. In the contention resolution message, the BS transmits explicitly the ID of the MS to which it assigns resources. Paging For paging, each MS is assigned (in the DL-SCH) a paging interval, and a certain subframe in which a paging message might be transmitted. Thus, the MS needs to wake up from a sleep state only once per paging interval and listen whether there are data for it. The paging interval can be con gured, representing a tradeoff between energy saving and latency.
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