5G System Engineering Training

5G System Engineering Training

Introduction:

5G System Engineering Training - Hands-on

5G is the next enhancement in mobile communications. This 5G System Engineering Training course introduces 5G technology in terms of the current 3GPP roadmap and network deployment by 2020. In so doing, an end to end view of the 5G system is examined, including the new architecture requirements for 5G. In addition, key aspects of the new 5G air interface are also introduced. The 5G System Engineering Training course then takes a “day in the life” approach to the 5G handset, detailing typical activities such as Registration, Security, PDU Session Establishment, Mobility and Interworking.

Duration: 2 days

5G System Engineering Training

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Customize It:

» If you are familiar with some aspects of this 5G System Engineering Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the 5G System Engineering 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 System Engineering Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this 5G System Engineering Training course is defined here:

• 5G Wireless Priority Services Training is aimed at government agencies, telecommunications operators, equipment vendors, consultants, and others with interest in Priority Services within the evolving 5G wireless technology.

Class Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this 5G System Engineering Training course are:

• LTE / LTE-A Deep Dive: RAN and Core (LTE-DIVE)

5G System Engineering Training - Course Syllabus

Module 1 – 5G Concepts and Drivers

Driving Factors for 5G
5G Standardization
5G Use Cases
5G Small Cells
5G Based Backhaul
5G for Fixed Wireless Access

Module 2 – 5G System Architecture

High Level Architecture
5G RAN Architecture
5G Tracking Areas
5G RAN Deployment Options
5G Core Architecture
Network Slicing
Network Functions Virtualization
5G Service Based Architecture
Mobile Edge Computing

Module 3 – 5G New Radio

5G RAN Deployment Options
Dual-Connectivity
Multi RAT Dual Connectivity
RRC Diversity
Split Bearer
Mobility and Dual Connectivity
New Radio Air Interface
New Radio Multiple Access and Frame Structure
Higher Order Modulation
Frequency Bands and Bandwidths
Spectrum Sharing
Massive MIMO
Additional 5G RAN Features
Cloud RAN
Advanced inter-Node Coordination

Module 4 – Non Standalone Operation

Non Standalone Access Architecture
Initial Procedures
Initial Attach Considerations
Preparing for EN-DC in the RAN
EN-DC Secondary Node Addition
SgNB Addition Request and Request Acknowledge
RRC Connection Reconfiguration
Updating the User Plane Path
Secondary Node Modification
EN-DC Change of Secondary Node
EN-DC Release of Secondary Node
Inter MeNB Handover with EN-DC

Module 5 – 5G Initial Procedures

Identities Used in 5G
Subscriber Related Identities
Network Related Identities
Registration and Connection Management
Registration Management
Connection Management
Network Access
PLMN and Access Network Selection
Cell Selection / Reselection
RRC Connection Establishment
5G Registration
Network Function Selection
Deregistration
UE Initiated Deregistration
Network Initiated Deregistration

Module 6 – 5G Security

5G Security Overview
5G Security Algorithms
Authentication and Key Agreement
AV Generation
5G AKA
Key Derivation at the AMF
Device Authentication
Security Procedures
Key Distribution in 5G
NAS Signalling Security
RRC Signalling Security
Securing AN to CN Communication
IPSec Basic Operation
Establishment of gNB Security Associations

Module 7 – Exchanging Data in 5G

PDU Sessions
PDU Session Connectivity
PDU Session Types
QoS Model for 5G
QoS Flow Parameters
5G QoS Identifier
Allocation and Retention Priority
Controlling Bit Rate
Reflective QoS
Establishing a PDU Session
Establishing a QoS Flow (PDU Session Modification)
Utilizing PDU Sessions
Service Request
Paging
RRC Inactive State and Paging
Releasing the Access Network Resources
Session and Service Continuity

Module 8 – 5G Mobility

CM Idle Mobility Procedures
Discontinuous Reception
Cell Reselection
Registration Area Update
CM Connected Mobility – Handovers
Xn Based Handover Procedure
Xn Handover with UPF Relocation
CM Connected Mobility – N2 Handover
Dual Connectivity – Secondary Node Change
Roaming in 5G
IP Packet Exchange
IPX Connectivity Options

Module 9 – Interworking with LTE and Wi-Fi

Interworking with LTE
Single and Dual Registration Mode
Basic Mobility Scenarios (with N26)
Basic Mobility Scenarios (without N26)
Connected Mode Mobility Procedures (with N26)
5GS to EPS Handover
EPS to 5GS Handover
Interworking with Non-3GPP Networks
Architecture for Non-3GPP Accesses
Non-3GPP Access Registration
Establishing PDU Sessions
Modifying a PDU Session
Utilizing PDU Sessions

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