LTE and IMS Technologies Training: How they Interwork

LTE and IMS Technologies Training: How they Interwork


LTE and IMS Technologies Training: How they Interwork Project-Based

If your job requires understanding IMS and LTE and how they work together, this LTE and IMS Technologies Training course can help you get there quickly. The first part of the LTE and IMS Technologies Training course covers the basics of LTE, physical layer, control signaling, and RF management. You will learn the basics of LTE network elements and function, signaling, system acquisition, and basics of mobility management in LTE. The course then moves onto more advanced topics in LTE such as Quality of Service (QoS) management and scheduling, hand-over. inter-technology handover, power saving modes, VoIP, and session continuity via LTE. The second part of the course addresses intermediate to advanced IMS issues including: network design and configuration; core network, routing, security, and applications; and IMS interworking within an LTE environment.

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.

LTE and IMS Technologies Training: How they InterworkRelated Courses:

Duration: 4 days


◾Plan and engineer for LTE, IMS, and the two of them together
◾Manage legacy services over IMS including 9-1-1 messaging and more
◾Anticipate issues when rolling out new LTE and/or IMS based applications

Course Content:

Session 1: Includes LTE essentials, fundamental elements, and LTE network architecture.

LTE Roadmap and Standardization

LTE Network Components

LTE Overview
◾OFDM/OFDMA downlink
◾SC-FDMA Essentials: Uplink
◾LTE architecture: Interfaces

LTE Layer 3 Signaling (RRC Layer)

Network Entry and Attachment
◾System Acquisition/Scanning
◾Default Bearer Establishment

Idle Mode Operation
◾Idle Mode
◾Tracking Area Update

Session 2: Includes LTE QoS, VoIP solutions, and solutions for VoIP session continuity

QoS Management
◾Different Classes of Services and Their Priorities
◾Scheduling in LTE: Examples from Vendor Specific Architectures
◾LTE Scheduler Optional Features (3GPP defined)
◾Dedicated Bearers

Handover in LTE
◾X2-based Handoff
◾S1-based Handoff
◾Inter-RAT Handoff (LTE Inter-working)
◾LTE-Other Technologies

◾SRVCC for Voice Service Continuity over IMS
◾One Voice or VoLTE for VoIP over LTE over IMS

Part 2: IMS

Session 1: IMS Network Design and Configuration
◾Session Boarder Controller
◾Signaling and Bearer Paths Discussion
◾Service Continuity Server
◾VoIP Call Flow (access type independent) HSS

Session 2: Core Network, Routing, Security, and Applications
◾IMS Parameters
◾LTE Parameters

Signaling vs. Bearer (paths and protocols over LTE through IMS)

Routing, Difference of IPV4 vs. IPV6

IMS Security

Service Logic and Filter Control for Applications

IMS Applications
◾E911/IMS (cover overview of location services)
◾Messaging (text and multimedia)
◾GETS (with LTE priority access)

Session 3: Interworking

LTE/IMS Handoffs
◾Call Flow: Establishing an Inbound Call over LTE into IMS
◾Call Flow: Supporting a Call Terminating on IMS
◾Call Terminating Back on LTE
◾LTE/3G/IMS Handoffs
◾Service Continuity Server
◾Call Flow with Hand-off

LTE/IMS Testing Requirements

◾Course Recap and Q/A

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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