LTE Advanced System Techniques Training

LTE Advanced System Techniques Training

Introduction:

LTE Advanced System Techniques Training Course by Example

LTE Advanced training provides a technical overview of LTE-Advanced including motivation, major new key features such as as carrier aggregation, enhanced advanced antenna techniques for the DL/ UL, relay repeaters, and coordinated multipoint (CoMP) transmission and reception, requirements, network architecture, security, coverage, performance, required enhancements in LTE and migration strategies for LTE-Advanced deployment. LTE–Advanced provides higher bitrates in a cost efficient way and, at the same time, completely fulfill the requirements set by ITU for IMT Advanced, also referred to as 4G. 4G LTE or LTE-Advanced was specified initially in Release 10 of the 3GPP standard in 2010.

LTE-Advanced supports wider frequency bandwidths (40MHz or more). Carrier aggregation was introduced in Release 10 to allow combining multiple pipelines together to create a larger single pipeline (provide backward compatibility with LTE ). This is very similar to 802.11n and 802.11ac/ad or concept of channel bonding for wireline broadband networks. LTE-Advanced LTE Training course provides a technical overview of LTE-Advanced, describing the features such . In summary, this course provides a technical overview of R10 and beyond.

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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.

LTE Advanced System Techniques TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2 days

Objectives:

◾Describe concepts behind ITU for IMT Advanced, also referred to as true 4G
◾List and describe major key features in LTE-Advanced
◾List the requirements, performance, testing and security targets for LTE-Advanced
◾Identify enhancement requirements for LTE systems to support LTE-Advanced features
◾Explore migration strategies for LTE-Advanced implementation and deployment
◾List the performance targets for IMT-Advanced and LTE-Advanced
◾Summarize architectural enhancements relative to Release 8
◾Describe the key features of Release 10 LTE-Advanced
◾Explain the key features of LTE-Advanced beyond Release 10
◾Identify the enhancements required in an LTE network to migrate to LTE-Advanced
◾Give examples of deployment scenarios for LTE-Advanced including heterogeneous networks (HetNets)

Course Content:

Overview of LTE-Advanced
◾What is LTE-Advanced?
◾Backward compatibility with LTE
◾LTE-Advanced features
◾IMT-Advanced and LTE-Advanced
◾Evolution from Release LTE 8/9 to Release 10/11 LTE-Advanced (4G LTE)
◾Spectrum Allocation

LTE-Advanced Network Architecture
◾LTE Advanced Features and Performance (R10 and R11)
◾Release 10/11 Architecture
◾LTE Advanced Relays
◾Enhanced HeNB in Release 10
◾Self-Organizing Networks (SON) in Release 9/10

LTE-Advanced Enhancements
◾Release 10 Air Interface Enhancements
◾Carrier aggregation in LTE-Advanced
◾Scheduling for Component Carriers
◾Enhanced multiple antenna techniques for DL and UL
◾Coordinated and Distributed MIMO

SON enhancements
◾LTE-Advanced Release 11 and Beyond
◾Coordinated multipoint (CoMP) transmission and reception
◾Heterogeneous networks (HetNets) and eICIC
◾Interference cancellation
◾Overall System Latency Enhancements

Self-Organizing Networks and Heterogeneous Networks in LTE-Advanced
◾SON Architectures SON Framework and Management Model and Interfaces
◾Self-configuration (S1/X2)
◾Self-Optimization (ANR)
◾Mobility Load Balancing
◾Mobility Robustness Optimization
◾HeNB Architecture
◾HeNB Gateway Functionality
◾HeNB Access Control
◾Closed Subscriber Group management
◾HeNB Identification
◾LTE-Advanced Coverage Enhancement using Relay Nodes
◾Range Expansion
◾PDCCH Control Channel Robustness
◾Enhanced Inter-cell Interference Coordination (eICIC)
◾Almost Blank Subframes and CSI Measurement Restrictions
◾Enhanced PDCCH Control Channel to support Beam Forming

Concepts behind Carrier Aggregation and Enhanced MIMO
◾What is Carrier Aggregation (CA)?
◾Uplink Multiple Timing Advance for Carrier Aggregation Rel.11
◾Uplink Carrier Aggregation and Multi-Cluster Transmission
◾Simultaneous Uplink Control Channel Transmission
◾Enhanced Downlink Spatial Multiplexing with 8×8 SU-MIMO
◾Enhanced Downlink Multi-User MIMO and Beamforming
◾Dedicated Reference Symbol Structure for LTE-A MIMO
◾Uplink Multi Antenna Transmission
◾Coordinated multipoint transmission and reception (CoMP)
◾Cooperative Base Stations and Remote Radio Heads
◾CoMP modes: joint processing, coordinates beam forming & scheduling
◾CoMP Resource Management and Signaling Procedures

LTE Advanced Operational Procedures
◾Network Acquisition and Attach in LTE-Advanced
◾Power-up system acquisition
◾Random access
◾Attach
◾Cell reselection and handover
◾Idle to connected transition
◾Dormant to active transition
◾Initial Attach and EPS Bearer Activation
◾Mobility in LTE Advanced
◾Cell Reselection and Handover
◾DTX/DRX in LTE Advanced
◾Handover to WiFi for offloading IP traffic

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