3G LTE | 4G Training Overview

3G LTE | 4G Training Overview

Introduction:

3G LTE | 4G Training Overview Course Onsite or Public Classes

This 3G LTE | 4G Training Overview course seeks to provides insight into the development 3G LTE and 4G, the next generation of mobile networks.

3G LTE, which stands for 3G Long Term Evolution, is being standardized by 3GPP and 3GPP2 and is often described as 3G. It is a technology that will enable cellular networks to support up to 10 times higher data rate and more users than existing HSxPA networks. It will employ OFDM and MIMO technologies which will allow mobile operators to offer true ?quad play? services, i.e., voice, high-speed, IPTV and full mobility. 3G LTE is designed to provide a simple evolutionary path for UMTS operators as they migrate from UMTS to HSDPA to HSUPA and then onto 3G LTE, also called HSOPA.

4G is the successor to the wireless access technologies of the 3G era. To cater to the QoS and data rate requirements of the forthcoming applications such as High Definition TV and DVB, 3GPP and IEEE (which are along the 3GP working groups), have decided that 4G should be very spectrally efficient, should dynamically share and utilize the network resources, have a high data rate and capacity larger than 3G, have smooth handovers across heterogeneous networks, and should be based on an all-IP packet switched network. Several telecom equipment giants are currently testing 4G communication at 100Mbps while moving and 1Gbps while stationary.

The 3G LTE | 4G Training Overview course covers the fundamental principles of 3G LTE and 4G, such as MC-CDMA, OFDM and OFDMA as well as MIMO, IPv6, AMC and Software Defined Radios. Discussed are the overall architecture, protocols, RF planning and considerations as well as 4G services infrastructures that will enable very high data rate wireless broadband services.

Customize It:

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.

3G LTE | 4G Training OverviewRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Objectives:

● Get detailed insight into the state of the technical art of 3G LTE and 4G mobile radio networks
● Understand fundamental building blocks of 3G LTE/4G
● Understand the 3G LTE /4G architecture
● Understand the different protocols involved in achieving high data rates in 3G LTE/4G
● Learn how OFDM, MIMO and SDR work
● Learn all about the 3G LTE/4G air interface
● Learn the operation of handovers over heterogeneous networks
● Learn the evolution path to 4G services

Course Content:

Beyond 3G Wireless

HSDPA
HSUPA
Fixed-mobile convergence
Radio spectrum economics
Ubiquity
4G mobile communications

3G LTE

What is 3G LTE
Characteristics
Technologies used
Architecture & protocols
3G LTE services

4G Wireless

4G wireless defined
Standardization bodies
Radio spectrum
4G implementation and trials
4G characteristics
4G capabilities and services
Technological challenges

3G LTE/4G Radio Interface

Advanced multiple access techniques
Advanced modulation
Advanced coding techniques
4G packet schedulers
MC-CDMA
OFDM
OFDMA
MIMO
SDR
4G radio transceiver architectures

4G Mobility Considerations

Radio access
Handovers
Intersystem handovers
Interfrequency handovers
Universal and network agnostic roaming
Seamless connectivity
Ubiquitous access

4G Core Network

Possible architectures
Convergence of fixed and mobile access
Heterogeneous traffic management
QoS issues
Radio resource management
Mobility management
Throughput
Latency
Harmonized all-IP network infrastructure
IPv4 and IPv6
Operator service and access management

4G Radio Planning

OFDM channel planning
OFDMA planning
MIMO configurations
Planning for seamless mobile access

Advanced Services for 3G LTE and 4G

Service architectures
IP and SIP based services
Security aspects
3G LTE service business models and scenarios
4G service business models and scenarios

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