LTE RF Radio Access Training

LTE RF Radio Access Training

Introduction:

LTE RF Radio Access Training Course by ENO

This LTE RF Radio Access Training course will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the development, design, and capabilities of the LTE radio technologies and access network. The course will begin with a review of existing 3GPP and alternative technologies. The LTE access network is studied in detail, and a brief discussion of the core network is included as well. The LTE air interface is examined in detail from a technology viewpoint as well as a procedural perspective. The course concludes with a study of LTE operations and procedures and a look at the LTE Advanced functionality.

LTE is a 4G wireless technology standardized by the 3GPP which enables support for broadband connectivity to mobile devices, permitting the delivery of demanding multimedia information to any device, anywhere, anytime. The radio access network and especially the air interface is the major focus of technology enhancements which enable the high bit rate broadband data transfers between the service platform and the mobile devices.

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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

Objectives:

Describe the motivation for LTE
State the performance objectives of LTE
Understand the LTE physical layer technologies and principles
Understand the LTE protocols and procedures
Describe the LTE operations and procedures

Course Content:

Review of the 3GPP UMTS and HSPA Evolution
◾UMTS architectural components
◾Migration to all-IP packet mode
◾HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+
◾Problems with the UMTS approach
◾Competing/complementing alternatives: WiMAX
◾The LTE approach

What LTE is Designed to Achieve
◾The drivers for LTE
◾Architectural considerations
◾Capability goals and performance aims
◾Complexity considerations
◾Migration considerations

LTE Access Network
◾Evolved NodeB (eNodeB)
◾eNodeB functionality
◾Radio resource management
◾Radio bearer control
◾Radio admission control
◾Connection mobility control
◾Dynamic resource allocation
◾The radio interface requirements
◾Interfaces: X2, S1
◾Backhaul options
◾Coexistence and interworking with:
◾3GPP radio access technologies
◾Non-3GPP radio access technologies

LTE Core Network
◾Why change the UMTS core?
◾EPC entities and functionality
◾Interfaces
◾All IP Platform

LTE Radio Concepts
◾Frequency spectrum and bandwidth
◾Spread spectrum method and purpose
◾Modulation schemes and error correction
◾Multiple antenna principles
◾MIMO, diversity, spatial multiplexing, beamforming
◾Spectrum efficiency, spectrum flexibility
◾Peak data rates
◾Simulator results: Curves and recommended figures
◾Exercises: Excel-based practical tool

LTE Air Interface: Physical Layer
◾OFDM in the downlink
◾SC-FDMA in the uplink
◾Radio frame structure, subframe, timeslot, symbols
◾Resource blocks
◾Reference signals and other control signals
◾Scheduling considerations
◾Resource allocation in the downlink and uplink
◾Physical, logical, and transport channels
◾Radio channels and their usage
◾Maximum throughput estimations
◾Maximum throughput conditions
◾Exercises: Theoretical estimations

LTE Air Interface: Signaling and Protocols
◾The protocol stack
◾Medium Access Control (MAC)
◾Radio Link Control (RLC)
◾Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP)
◾Radio Resource Control (RRC)
◾ARQ and HARQ

LTE Operations and Procedures
◾System acquisition
◾Radio resource and access procedures
◾Idle mode operations
◾Cell search and random access
◾RRC connection establishment
◾Bearer setup and handover
◾Power control
◾MME registration
◾Mobility

LTE Rollout and Advanced Releases
◾LTE deployment: Where are we now?
◾LTE Advanced: What it is, what it promises

Course recap, Q/A, and Evaluations

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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