1xEV-DO Training

1xEV-DO Training

Introduction:

1xEV-DO Training Course Description

Following IS95’s worldwide success, its evolution to bigger and better technologies was inevitable. The cdm2000 family of standards represents this evolution. While cdmaOne is certainly data-capable, its voice-centric roots are hard to hide. Designed specifically for data, 1xEV-DO (aka HDR) offers a rich set of capabilities, optimized for fast downlink data transfers with system throughput optimization as the major metric of performance.

Building on your knowledge of the 1xRTT networks, you’ll learn all the additional capabilities and complexities that 1xEV-DO brings to the network design, operation, and optimization process. This will help you interact more effectively with the vendors as well as design better 1xEV-DO networks. Being conceptually simple, 1xEV-DO offers up only a handful of new ideas that must be mastered. However, it relegates a number of implementation issues to the vendor’s discretion. This 1xEV-DO Training course will allow you ask the right questions about the vendor-specific implementation details, which in turn will enable you to make smarter design decisions.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

1xEV-DO TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

◾Understand CDMA2000-1x-EV-DO (Rev 0, Rev A and Rev D)
◾Discuss 1xEV-DO Call processing
◾Understand Codes and Modulation Schemes used in 1xEV-DO
◾Understand Physical List Packet Formats
◾Understand Forward Link Structure
◾Understand Reverse Link Structure
◾Review CDMA2000 packet network architecture
◾Discuss call processing in 1xEV-DO
◾Review 1xEV-DO end-to-end scenarios
◾Explore project planning process of 1xEV-DO Networks
◾Review successful 1xEV-DO Deployments
◾Step through a practical process for managing 1xEV-DO networks

Course Content:

Introduction to 1xEV-DO
◾Evolution of Existing Systems Data Only (EVDO)
◾1xEV Data Only (EVDO) System Evolution
◾Upgrading IS-95 to EVDO
◾EVDO Industry Specifications

1xEV-DO Services
◾High Data Rate (HDR)
◾Stream Prioritization
◾Quality of Service (QoS)
◾Multicast Services
◾Location Based Services (LBS)

1xEV-DO Radio
◾RF Channel Types
◾Frequency Bands
◾Frequency Reuse
◾Channel Multiplexing
◾RF Power Control
◾Channel Structure
◾Asynchronous Channels

Digital Data and Baseband Processing
◾Packet Data Unit (PDU)
◾Data Packet Encapsulation
◾Channel Coding

1xEV-DO Radio Channels
◾Channel Bandwidth
◾Adaptive Modulation
◾Spreading Gain
◾Forward Channel Transmission

1xEV-DO Channels
◾Forward Pilot Channel
◾Forward MAC Channel
◾Forward Traffic Channels
◾Forward Control Channel
◾Reverse Traffic Channels
◾Reverse Access Channels

1xEV-DO Devices (Access Terminals)
◾User Identity Module (UIM)
◾External Modems (USB or Ethernet)
◾PCMCIA Air Cards
◾Embedded Radio Modules
◾Mobile Telephones

1xEV-DO Network
◾Access Points (Base Stations)
◾Network Databases
◾IP Backbone Network

IP Addressing
◾Static and Dynamic (DHCP) Addressing
◾Point-to-Point Protocol

1xEV-DO System Operation
◾Initialization
◾Idle
◾Initial Assignment/Access
◾Connected Mode
◾Dormant
◾Default Route Update Protocol
◾Scheduling Algorithm
◾Multimode Capability Discovery Application
◾Over the Air Programming (OTAP)

1xEV-DO Handoff Operation
◾3G1X Circuit Services Notification Protocol
◾Data to Voice (EVDO to IS-95)
◾Voice to Data (IS-95 to EVDO)

1xEV-DO Signaling
◾Application Layer
◾Stream Layer
◾Session Layer
◾Connection Layer
◾Security Layer
◾MAC Layer
◾Physical Layer

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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