5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) Training

5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) Training

Introduction:

5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) Training - Hands-on

5G NR Training, 5G New Radio (NR) Training is a 2-day technical course covering all aspects of 5G New Radio (NR) air interface, protocols, operations and procedures. 5G NR is still evolving and many service providers have announced their plans to roll out a true 5G network in a dozen markets in accordance with the 3GPP’s released 5G NR (new radio) guidelines. With 5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) Training, participants will learn about the real 5G networks and 5G NR, not so-called “5G Evolution” networks which largely consist of the rebranding existing LTE technologies as many service providers have already adopted.

Duration: 2 days

5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) Training

5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR) TrainingRelated Courses:

Customize It:

» If you are familiar with some aspects of this 5G New Radio (NR) Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the 5G New Radio (NR) Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
» If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the 5G New Radio (NR) Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

Upon completing this 5G New Radio (NR) Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Understand the basics of 5G NR (New Radio)
• List basic 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) 5G New Radio (NR) features and capabilities
• List the relevant innovations and technologies for 5G NR
• Compare and Contrast Non-standalone 5G NR and Standalone 5G NR specifications
• List 5G NR air interface, protocols, operations and procedures
• Explain the different deployment scenarios for 5G NR
• Describe the underlying technologies and protocols related to 5G NR
• Compare and contrast 3GPP and Verizon 5G TF (Verizon 5th Generation Radio Access)
• Explain the future technology and application trends in 5G NR

5G New Radio (NR) Training - Course Syllabus:

5G NR (New Radio)

Foundation of next generation cellular networks
5G device-types, services, deployments and spectrum
5G New Radio (NR)
5G NR specification called 5G Phase 1
3GPP specifications of 5G New Radio
Phase One Non StandAlone (NSA) mode
5G radio service “anchored” in the LTE Evolved Packet Core
Second phase StandAlone mode
5G radio networks anchored by new 5G cores
User Equipment (UE) radio transmission and reception
Non-Standalone 5G NR operation
Range 1 Standalone
Range 2 Standalone
Range 1 and Range 2 Interworking operation with other radios
5G NR Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception
5G NR Requirements for support of radio resource management
Mobile broadband utilizing millimeter-wave (mmWave) bands above 24 GHz.
Massive MIMO and advanced antenna technologies
3D beamforming to enhance coverage and capacity
Advanced coding
Grant-free transmissions
Resource Spread Multiple Access (RSMA)
Non-orthogonal waveforms (NOMA)
Non-terrestrial networks
Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V)
Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X)
Integrated Backhaul Access (IAB)

Radio Access Architecture and Interfaces

Radio access technology Physical layer aspects
Separation of NR Control Plane (CP) and User Plane (UP) for split option 2
Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) for NR
5G NR bands
Low bands below 1 GHz: longer range for e.g. mobile broadband and massive IoT
600 MHz, 700 MHz, 850/900 MHz
Mid bands 1 GHz to 6 GHz: wider bandwidths for e.g. eMBB and mission-critical
New frequency range for NR (3.3-4.2 GHz)
New frequency range for NR (4.4-4.99 GHz)
High bands above 24 GHz (mmWave): extreme bandwidths
New frequency range for NR (24.25-29.5 GHz
channel model for frequencies from 0.5 to 100 GHz

5G NR: NG-RAN Architecture Description

NG general aspects and principles
NG layer 1
NG signaling transport
NG Application Protocol (NGAP)
NG data transport
Xn general aspects and principles
Xn layer 1
Xn signaling transport
Xn Application Protocol (XnAP)
Xn data transport
NR user plane protocol
NR Positioning Protocol A
E1 general aspects and principles
E1 layer 1
E1 signaling transport
E1 Application Protocol (E1AP)
F1 general aspects and principles
F1 layer 1
F1 signaling transport
F1 Application Protocol (F1AP)
F1 data transport
F1 interface user plane protocol

5G NR Physical Layer General Description

Services provided by the physical layer
Physical channels and modulation
Multiplexing and channel coding
Physical layer procedures for control
Physical layer procedures for data
Physical layer measurements

5G NR Physical Layer Details

General description of Layer 1
General protocol architecture
Multiple access
Physical channels and modulation
Channel coding
Physical layer procedures
Physical layer measurements
structure of physical layer specification
Physical layer; General description
Physical layer services provided by the physical layer
Physical channels and modulation
Multiplexing and channel coding
Physical layer procedures for control
Physical layer procedures for data
Physical layer measurements

User Equipment (UE) Radio Transmission and Reception

Part 1: Range Standalone
Operating bands and channel arrangement
UE channel bandwidth
Channel Arrangement
Transmitter characteristics
Transmitter power
UE maximum output power
Part 2: Range 2 Standalone
Operating bands
Channel bandwidth Channel arrangement
Transmitter characteristics
Transmitter power
Output power dynamics
Transmit signal quality
Output RF spectrum emissions
Receiver characteristics
Diversity characteristics
Reference sensitivity power level
Adjacent Channel Selectivity
Blocking characteristics
Spurious response

5G NR L2 and L3 Protocols

User Equipment (UE) procedures in idle mode and in RRC Inactive state
NG Radio Access Network (NG-RAN)
Functional specification of User Equipment (UE) positioning in NG-RAN
User Equipment (UE) radio access capabilities
Requirements on User Equipment (UEs) supporting a release-independent frequency band
Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol specification
Radio Link Control (RLC) protocol specification
Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP) specification
Radio Resource Control (RRC); Protocol specification
User Equipment (UE) Conformance Specification
Common test environment

User Equipment (UE) conformance specification

Common Implementation Conformance Statement (ICS) proforma
5G NR UE Radio transmission and reception Part 1: Range 1 Standalone
5G NR UE Radio transmission and reception Part 1: Range 2 Standalone
5G NR UE Radio transmission and reception Part 3: NR interworking between NR range1 and NR range2; and between NR and LTE
5G NR UE Radio transmission and reception; Part 4: Performance
NR; User Equipment (UE) conformance specification; Applicability of RF and RRM test cases
Implementation Conformance Statement (ICS) proforma specification
UE conformance specification Test Suites
5G NR UE Radio Resource Management (RRM)

3GPP vs Verizon 5GTF

Verizon 5G Technical Forum (5GTF),
Mass adoption of mmWave technologies
28GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) setups for fixed wireless
Non-line of sight (NLOS) connections over mmWave
Verizon 5GTF standard for initial 5G fixed wireless service
AWS-3 spectrum for 4G and refarming PCS spectrum for 4G use
Verizon sub-carrier spacing of 75 kHz
3GPP’s subcarrier spacing for 5G New Radio (NR): 15 kHz, 30 kHz, 60 kHz, 120 kHz
Verizon 5GTF multi-user MIMO
Full bandwidth and real-time processing of eight component carriers at 28 GHz.
Phased-array antenna technology and hybrid beamforming

Workshop and Deep Dive Activities coverage

Physical Layer Procedures:

• Channel sounding, Beam Sweeping, Beamforming configuration vs port, MIMO spatial multiplexing, Transmit diversity, CDD
• Physical layer channels, modulation, multiplexing, channel coding, spreading
• Physical Layer configuration modes: Frequency carrier (cm wave, mm wave band), type of Antenna (active, passive, hybrid beamforming), type of covered area (Macro vs Micro cell), and CSI codebook

5G NR Validation

• Active array antenna product designs in the 26 GHz band
• Phased arrays at mmWave frequencies over-the-air (OTA) testing
• Spatial beam measurements: Sidelobe levels, dynamic beam characteristics, and spatial variations of EVM and ACPR
• Nokia and Qualcomm wrap up 5G NR foundation testing: Nokia AirScale base station and Qualcomm’s 5G NR UE prototypes

Request More Information

Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

Comments are closed.