LTE TDD Training | TDD LTE | TD-LTE Training

LTE TDD Training | TDD LTE | TD-LTE

Introduction:

LTE TDD Training | TDD LTE | TD-LTE Training by ENO

LTE TDD Training, Time Division Duplex Long Term Evolution (TDD LTE) or TD-LTE covers 3GPP LTE TDD specifications. Learn about TD-LTE principles, technologies, TD-LTE air interface and LTE TDD and LTE FDD similarities and differences. LTE TDD training course provides knowledge on TD-LTE architecture, TD-LTE protocols, PHY and MAC layers of the TD-LTE air interface and E-UTRAN operations including: acquisition, system access, data session setup, traffic operations, handover scenarios, QoS/QoE and security.

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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 TDD Training | TDD LTE | TD-LTERelated Courses:

Duration: 2 days

Objectives:

Describe TDD LTE or TD-LTE business models and services
Explain the motivations for TD-LTE
Explain key TD-LTE concepts and terminology
List the key features in TD-LTE networks
List TD-LTE network components and building blocks including OFDM, MIMO, and All-IP
Sketch TD-LTE network architecture
Specify TDD LTE or TD-LTE air interface protocols including PHY and MAC layers of the TD-LTE air interface
Describe PHY Type 2 frame structure and resource mapping for DL and UL
Describe operations in DL and UL at the PHY/MAC layers
Explain TD-LTE operational scenarios, system acquisition, synchronization setup procedure
Describe cell reselection and handover procedures
Explain what Converged LTE TDD/FDD is
Describe new concepts in TD-LTE including LTE-Advanced, devices, customers experience, HetNet, VoLTE, Multimode Multiband (MMMB), IoT, eMBMS, E2E and global roaming

Course Content:

Introduction to TD-LTE or TDD LTE

Motivation, goals and requirements of TD-LTE
LTE network architecture
LTE nodes and interfaces
Comparison between FDD LTE & TDD LTE
TDD/FDD tradeoff
TDD download capacity
Common LTE FDD and LTE TDD technology ecosystem
TD-LTE air interface protocols
Flexible Downlink/Uplink ratio
Spectrum
Network and terminals

Overview of the LTE TDD technology

Frequency bands
TD-LTE technology overview
LTE TDD physical layer
TD-LTE physical layer design
TD-LTE Access techniques
OFDMA and SC-FDMA
TD-LTE frame structure
TD-LTE Type 2 frame structure
Uplink/downlink configurations
S- Subframe and subframe patterns
TD-LTE DL/UL configurations
Resource structure
PHY channels and resource mapping
DwPTS, GP, UpPTS
Hybrid-ARQ control signaling

TD-LTE Channels

Physical channels
Physical downlink shared channel (PDSCH)
Physical downlink control channel (PDCCH
Physical hybrid ARQ indicator channel (PHICH)
Uplink channels – Physical uplink shared channel (PUSCH)
Physical uplink control channel (PUCCH)
PUCCH transmission
Physical random access channel (PRACH)
Random access preamble format
Physical signals
Reference signal
Primary and secondary synchronization signal (P-SYNC, S-SYNC)
Uplink signals
Demodulation reference signal
Sounding reference signal

TD-LTE Operational Scenarios

System Acquisition
DL synchronization in TD-LTE
System selection and access operation
UL synchronization
TD-LTE random access procedure
TD-LTE preamble configurations
RRC connection establishment
TD-LTE call setup
Initial attach
EPS bearer setup
DL transmission process
Channel quality reporting
DL scheduling and resource allocation
DL operations with MIMO
Uplink Operations
UL scheduling and resource allocation
UL operations with MIMO
Mobility scenarios
Tracking area update
Cell reselection
Paging
Handover
Power control

Advanced TD-LTE Concepts

TD-LTE device configuration parameters
Common operator UE/device requirements
TDD Home eNode B (HeNB)
Single USIM
Handover between TD-LTE and LTE FDD
Common operator requirements for eNB
Harmonized 2.6 GHz UE ecosystem
Network planning
Coverage planning
Estimation of TD-LTE coverage
Propagation model and link budget calculation
Antenna configuration
Penetration loss of different frequency
Multi-Antenna Solutions & Specifications (MASS)
Common requirements for TDD multi antenna
Dynamic eMBMS
eMBMS deployment in TD-LTE
Push supply chain (e.g. chipset) to support eMBMS
Multi-Mode Multi-Band solution
Voice Solution for TD-LTE handset
Beamforming (BF) infrastructure and antenna
IOT and Terminal Test
Coexistence of WiMAX (Band 41) and LTE (Band7 and Band38)

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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