LTE RF Network Design Training

LTE RF Network Design Training


LTE RF Network Design Training Course Powered by ENO

This LTE RF Network Design Training workshop seeks to equip you with an in-depth understanding of the technical aspects of LTE/SAE necessary for the design, analysis and deployment of this exciting new radio technology.

The initial portion of this LTE RF Network Design Training course presents an overview of basic core network and air interface standards including system components, reference points, protocol stacks and fundamental concepts that form the basis for the rest of the course. Each module of this LTE RF Network Design Training course builds upon the previous modules, culminating in the use of a propagation modeling tool to estimate the performance of an LTE network, based on equipment specifications, system configuration and environmental variables. This how-to course, emphasizing calculator exercises and detailed analysis using the spreadsheets included in the course, will help you learn practical techniques that you can put to immediate use on your job.

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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.

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Duration: 5 days


◾Describe the evolution of mobile radio from 2G to LTE
◾Compare LTE to 3G (WCDMA) and 4G (WiMAX) technologies
◾Describe the basic LTE frame structure and function
◾Explain the function of the LTE eUTRAN reference points
◾Describe the basic function of the LTE/SAE protocol stack
◾Discuss the benefits and limits of MIMO and Adaptive Arrays for LTE
◾Perform an LTE link budget analysis using equipment specifications
◾Estimate path loss using both physical and empirical models
◾Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of OFDM/OFDMA in a NLOS environment
◾Explain the use of SC-FDMA for amplifier efficiency on the LTE uplink
◾Describe Fractional Frequency Reuse (FFR) approaches for LTE
◾Describe the timing options available for LTE deployments
◾Perform a “Flat-Earth” analysis to evaluate RF design viability
◾Compare different approaches for backhauling LTE sites
◾Compare the use of oversubscription to traffic engineering rules
◾Model LTE coverage based on C/(I+N) for different Modulation/FEC

Course Content:

Evolution of Mobile Radio
◾The Basic Concepts of Cellular Radio
◾GSM Network Architecture
◾The GSM Air Interface: Channels and Access Techniques
◾GSM/GPRS and Packet-based Access
◾UMTS: The Evolution of GSM RAN and Core Network

LTE Technology Overview
◾LTE: The Evolutionary Next Step in Cellular Radio
◾The LTE Frame Architecture
◾LTE Physical Channels
◾Accessing LTE Network
◾The eUTRAN Components and Protocol Stack
◾LTE Air Interface Variations
◾LTE vs. Mobile WiMAX for 4G

Service Architecture Evolution (SAE)
◾LTE/SAE Core Network Evolution
◾Components of the Evolved Packet Core (EPC)
◾SAE/EPC Reference Points and Interfaces
◾Interworking with Other Technologies

Review of RF Fundamentals for LTE
◾Basic Radio Link Considerations (link budget margins)
◾Basics of Information Transfer for Radio
◾Working with Decibels
◾Digital Modulation Techniques for LTE
◾Error Correction Techniques for LTE

Antenna Considerations for LTE
◾General Antenna Types and Characteristics
◾Antenna Diversity Techniques
◾Advanced Antennas for LTE

LTE Link Budget Analysis
◾Equipment: Parameters and Configuration
◾Link Margins and Service Objectives
◾Receive System Performance Analysis
◾Co-location Issues for LTE
◾Developing a Link Budget

Path Loss Modeling: LOS and NLOS
◾Radio Propagation Mechanisms
◾Free Space Path Loss Analysis for Line-of Sight
◾Modeling Non-Line-of-Sight Path Loss
◾Semi-empirical Path Loss Models
◾3GPP and ITU Proposed Path Loss Models

LTE and the NLOS Environment
◾Impairments Due to Multipath in the NLOS Environment
◾The Wide-band Channel and Inter-symbol Interference (ISI)
◾Mitigating ISI with OFDM
◾S-OFDMA: Balancing ISI and Doppler
◾The LTE Downlink: S-OFDMA
◾Reducing PAPR with SC-FDMA for the LTE Uplink

Frequency Reuse Techniques for LTE
◾Overview of Frequency Reuse
◾LTE and Fractional Frequency Reuse (FFR)

Interference Margins on LTE
◾Inter Cell Interference Considerations
◾ICIC Optional Feature Discussions
◾Inter Cell Estimations: Mathematical Modeling
◾Inter Cell Estimations: Simulators
◾Exercises: Excel-based Practical Tool

Scheduler Functionality on LTE
◾Inter Cell Interference Considerations
◾Scheduler Decisions and Inter Cell Interference Influence
◾Average Throughput vs. SINR (γ) Estimations: Mathematical Modeling
◾Average Throughput vs. SINR (γ) Estimations: Simulations
◾Exercises: Excel-based Practical Tool

The “Flat Earth” Model: Engineering and Business
◾Balancing Engineering and Business Needs
◾The “Flat Earth “ Model for LTE
◾Moving from “Flat Earth” to Real World
◾High Bit Rate Backhaul Options for LTE

Oversubscription and Traffic Engineering
◾Capacity, Oversubscription, Utilization and Delay
◾Modeling a Single-server System: An LTE Backhaul
◾Modeling a Multi-server System: An LTE Sector

Modeling an LTE Deployment Environment

Required Data for Modeling the Real World
◾Selecting a Propagation Model: Physical vs. Empirical
◾Setting up a Modeling Tool: Environment and Site Configuration
◾Performing a Coverage Study with a Modeling Tool

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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