5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3

5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3


5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 - Hands-on

5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 opens with a review of the 5G wireless standardization history, key concepts from LTE and LTE-Advanced, 5G wireless objectives and requirements, and 5G wireless technology drivers. We will follow this with a deep dive into 5G Wireless Layer 1, Layer 2, and Layer 3. The 5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 course content is continually updated to keep it synched with the 5G wireless state-of-the-art. You will go away from the 5G Wireless Training: Layers 1, 2, 3 course having acquired a solid understanding of 5G Wireless Layers 1 to 3.

Realistic examples and case studies, in line with plausible early-use scenarios for 5G, are also included. Since 5G is still evolving, the 5G Wireless Technology – Applications Training course content is automatically updated to synch with the state-of-the-art when it’s taught. It can also be adapted to your specific needs or interests.

Duration: 5 days

5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3

5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3Related Courses:

Customize It:

» If you are familiar with some aspects of this 5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the 5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 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 Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this 5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 course is defined here:

• Telecommunications equipment vendors, operators, and others whose job requires staying abreast with the evolving 5G wireless technology.

Class Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this 5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 course are:

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

5G Wireless Training Layers 1, 2, 3 - Course Syllabus:

5G Wireless Training: History and Standardization of 4G Communications Systems

5G Business Opportunities
ITU Requirements and Technologies
IMT-2000 Requirements and Technologies
IMT-Advanced Requirements and Technologies
3GPP LTE Standardization Process and Status

5G Wireless Training: Review of Key LTE and LTE-Advanced Concepts

LTE Network Architecture and Components
LTE and LTE-Advanced Air Interface Basics
LTE Physical Layer
LTE RRC and RLC Layers
LTE Network Entry
LTE-Advanced Specifications
LTE Release 11 Features
LTE Release 12 Features
LTE Release 13 Features
LTE Release 14 Features (LTE Advanced-Pro)

5G Wireless Training: 5G Requirements and Services

ITU IMT 2020
Process and Timeline
ITU 5G Use Cases
IMT Technologies between 6 and 100 GHz
5G NGMN Requirements
User Experience
System Performance
Device Requirements
5G Enhanced Services
Network Operation, Deployment, and Management
METIS 5G Generic Services and Requirements
xMBB: Extreme Mobile BroadBand
uMTC: Ultrareliable Machine Type Communication
mMTC: Massive Machine Type Communication
5G Wireless Objectives
Capacity Increase
Variety of Services and Applications
Variety of Device Types
Saving Energy

5G Wireless Training: 5G Technology Drivers

RAN Sharing
Green Communications
Network Densification
Small Cell Development
HetNet Development
Millimeter Wave (mWave), High Frequencies
Massive MIMO
Software Defined Networking (SDN)
Cloud RAN
Device to Device Communications
Internet of Things (IOT)
Machine to Machine (M2M)
Backhaul Development
Device Centric Architecture
3GPP LTE 5G Network Services
Massive Internet of Things (IOT)
Critical Communications
Enhanced Mobile Broadband
Network Operation
C-V2X Communications
Private LTE
Context Aware Networks
Self Backhaul
Energy Efficiency
NS-SS (Spectrum Sharing)
GigaBit LTE
Augmented Reality (AR)
Virtual Reality (VR)

5G Wireless Training: Overall Architecture

gNB and ng-eNB Functionalities
AMF Functionalities
AMF Functionalities
UPF Functionalities
SMF Functionalities
5G Network Interfaces
NG Interface
Xn Interface
5G Radio Protocol Architecture
Control Plane
User Plane
Multi-RAT Dual Connectivity
5G: Channel Model
5G Channel Models outside 3GPP
Coordinated Systems
Antenna Modeling
Path Loss
Penetration Loss
Fast Fading Models
Link Level Channel Model Evaluation
CDL Model (Clustered Delay Line)
TPL Model (Tapped Delay Line)
Map-Based Hybrid Channel Models

5G Wireless Training: 5G NR Radio Requirements

5G Spectrum
5G Frequency Bands
Spectrum Management
Spectrum Sharing
Dynamic Spectrum Access
Cognitive Radio
UE 5G NR Radio Requirements
Base Station 5G NR Radio Requirements
Common UE and BS Radio Requirements

5G Wireless Training: 5G New Radio (NR) Layer 1

5G NR Waveform
Cyclic Prefix OFDM (CP-OFDM)
Cyclic Prefix OFDM (CP-OFDM) with DFT Spreading
5G NR Frame Structure
5G NR Numerology
5G NR DownLink
DL Transmission Scheme
DL PHY Shared Channels
DL PHY Control Channels
DL PHY Signals
DL PHY Synchronization Signals
5G NR DL Procedures
Power Control
Cell Search
Link Adaptation
5G NR Modulation Techniques
5G NR Channel Coding
Coding Techniques
Polar Coding
Small Block Channel Coding
CRC Calculation
Rate Matching
Control channel Coding
Broadcast Channel Coding
5G NR UpLink
UL Transmission Scheme
UL PHY Shared Channels
UL PHY Control Channels
UL Random Access
UL PHY Signals
UL Procedures
Link Adaptation
Power Control
UL Timing Control
5G NR Modulation Techniques
5G NR Channel Coding
Coding Techniques
Polar Coding
Small Block Channel Coding
CRC Calculation
Rate Matching
Control channel Coding
Random Access Channel Coding
5G NR Carrier Aggregation
Supplemental Channels
5G NR Transport Channels
PHY Layer Measurement
Duplexing in 5G NR
LTE-5G NR Coexistence
Dual Connectivity

5G Wireless Training: 5G NR Layer 2

Layer 2 Overall Overview
5G NR MAC Sublayer
Services and Functions
Logical Channels
Transport Channels
5G MAC Procedures
Random Access Procedure
DL Data Transfer
UL Data Transfer
Discontinuous Reception (DRX)
Semi Persistent Scheduling (SPS)
MAC PDU Formats
5G NR Radio Link Control (RLC) Architecture
RLC ARQ Procedure
RLC PDU Format and Structure
5G NR Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP) Architecture
Service Data Protocol (SDAP) Sublayer
New AS Sublayer
Carrier Aggregation
Dual Connectivity
Bandwidth Adaptation
Supplementary Uplink
5G NR Radio Resource Control
RRC States
RRC Idle State
RRC Inactive State
RRC Active State
NG Identities
NR Mobility
Basic Scheduling in 5G NR
DL Scheduling
UL Scheduling
UE Power Saving
5G NR QoS Architecture
5G NR Security
Self-Optimization (SoN) and Self-Configuration

5G Wireless Training: 5G NR Layer 3

RAN-CN Interfaces
5G: The New Core
Standalone and Non-Standalone 5G Networks
Tight Interworking with LTE
Cloud RAN (C-RAN)
Collaborative Communications Protocols
Virtualization and Software Defined Networking (SDN)
The SDN Concept
OpenFlow Protocol
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)
NFV MANO: Management and Orchestration
RRH (BBU) – Remote Radio Head (Baseband Unit)
Internet of Things (IoT)
Alternative Technology Solutions
NB-IoT, Sigfox
Data Analytics
IoT Security Challenges and Solutions
Management and Orchestration for 5G Networks
Distributed Vs. Centralized Network Architecture Management
SON: Self Organized Network
Cloud Orchestration Platform (e.g., OpenStack and Ryu Controller)
ICN: Information Centric Networking
The ICN Concept
Novel Topologies to Support Edge-based Storage and Computing
NDN: Named Data Networking
CCN: Content Centric Network
Security Aspects
5G Connectivity Concepts
Tight Interworking with LTE
NR Vertical Support
IMS Voice
Network Slicing
Resource Isolation and Management

5G Wireless Training: 5G NR Advanced Features

Advanced MIMO and Beamforming
3D Beamforming and Diversity
Beam Management
CSI Management
MIMO Schemes
Reference Signals
Quasi Co-location (QCL)
Network Coordination and Advanced Receiver
Interference Management
Millimeter-Wave Beamforming
Cognitive Radio Small-Cells
IOT Support
eMTC Cat-M1

5G Wireless Training: 5G Advancement beyond NR (Release 16)

5G Waveform Candidates
Generalized Frequency Division Multiplex (GFDM)
Cyclic Prefix OFDM (CP-OFDM)
Filter Bank Multicarrier (FBMC)
Filtered OFDM (f-OFDM)
Windowed OFDM (W-OFDM)
Universal Filtered Multicarrier (UFMC)
Sparse Code Multiple Access (SCMA)
Non-orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA)
Resource Spread Multiple Access (RSMA)
NS-SS (Spectrum Sharing)
LAA / eLAA / MuLTEFire
IOT Advancements
LTE-based Evolution
NB-IOT evolution

Wrap-up: Course Recap and Discussion

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