ViLTE Training | Video over LTE Training

ViLTE Training | Video over LTE Training


ViLTE Training | Video over LTE Training Course by Example

ViLTE training, Video over LTE training course, covers concepts behind IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) video services in LTE and LTE-Advanced. Learn about ViLTE concepts, building blocks, control plane, signaling, video coding, H.264, MPEG-DASH, LTE broadcast standards by 3GPP, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), H.265 Standardization, Media Program Descriptions (MPD), Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Session Description Protocol (SDP). Learn how IMS core network along with the applicable Application Server (AS) performs the video call control.

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Duration: 3 days


◾Discuss LTE and IMS building blocks and architectures for ViLTE
◾List supported functions by each ViLTE network element
◾Describe ViLTE session management and IMS registration
◾Describe ViLTE Call establishment and QoS management
◾Explain end-to-end signaling and traffic paths for ViLTE
◾Identify the key elements and issues for deploying ViLTE

Course Content:

Introduction to ViLTE
◾What is ViLTE?
◾LTE and IMS for ViLTE
◾Video transportation over the LTE air interface
◾LTE air interface link and high quality video
◾Essential quality criteria for a video transmission
◾Role of IMS in ViLTE
◾IMS network architecture and Building Blocks
◾Key IMS entities and protocols
◾ViLTE Deployment

IMS Feature Set applicable to ViLTE
◾Support of Generic IMS Functions
◾SIP Registration Procedures
◾Call Establishment and Termination
◾Early Media
◾Supplementary Services
◾Communication Hold
◾Ad-Hoc Multi Party Conference
◾Call Set-up Considerations for Calls with Video Media
◾Integration of Resource Management and SIP
◾Video Media Considerations

IMS Media
◾Voice Media
◾Video Media
◾Video Codec
◾RTP Profile and Data Transport
◾RTCP Usage
◾RTP Payload Format Considerations for Video

Radio and Packet Core Feature Set for Video
◾Bearer Considerations for Video
◾LTE Radio Capabilities

◾Quality of Service (QoS)
◾differentiate and prioritize this delay and jitter sensitive conversational traffic from
◾streaming video traffic
◾QoS Class Identifier (QCI)
◾ViLTE bearer traffic
◾SIP-based IMS signaling

ViLTE Operations in IMS
◾ViLTE Signaling and Operations
◾ViLTE Operational Scenarios
◾RAN/UE VoLTE Signaling
◾Registration in ViLTE
◾ViLTE Call Setup
◾ViLTE-to-ViLTE call setup

H.264 vs. H.265
◾Overview of H.264 Encoding and Decoding
◾Main goals of the H.264/AVC
◾264/AVC profiles and
◾What is H.265?
◾High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC)
◾265 vs H.264 comparison
◾Differences between H.265 and H.264

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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