Deploying Private LTE Using srsRAN

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This is an intensive 5-day course that focuses on the advanced aspects of LTE technology and applications. The following topics will be addressed:

  • Detailed analysis of layer 1 and 2 protocol functions
  • LTE design, planning, deployment and rollout strategies and its relationship with already deployed 3G networks
  • Introduction to LTE optimization of services
  • All-IP network architecture (including insightful introduction of IMS) will be analyzed
  • Practical hands-on with Open Source srsRAN 4G network
  • Technical managers who wish to acquire an in-depth understanding of LTE
  • Technical managers who wish to understand the differences between LTE and 3G
  • Development, application and deployment engineers who require a master level of knowledge on LTE
Instructor-Led Training
  • Classroom: 5 days
  • LIVE Virtual*: 35 hours
  • A minimum of 6 or more participants are required for a company-based LIVE Virtual course to commence
  • LIVE Virtual courses can be conducted for 5 hours or 7 hours daily. Please note that the number of training days will be extended if you opt for 5 hours daily.

27 Feb – 3 Mar 2023 (Mon – Fri), GMT +08:00
If you are keen on attending the above scheduled course, please register your interest via our course enquiry form.

This course aims to present up-to-date information on the LTE technology and the corresponding 3GPP standards (up to Release 10). The focus is on the LTE technology, design, planning optimization and its applications. The participants will gain an in-depth knowledge of the LTE technology such that they would be able to confidently launch an LTE network, one that is designed for the next generation of multimedia services. They will be able to access and utilize the lab that has been pre-setup.  Adopting a practical approach through the use of Open Source srsRAN software, course participants will master key concepts and be able to understand real LTE parameter settings upon course completion.

Participants will be able to fully understand LTE technology, its relationship with UMTS and HSPA and its operation. Furthermore, they will be able to address potential network issues and problems that may surface in the real world.

  1. Introduction
  • Wireless Standards Overview
  • 3GPP Standard Timeline
  • Why LTE?
  • LTE Standard Characteristics
  • LTE Goals and Means
  • LTE and ITU
  • Network Architecture
  1. LTE Principles
  • The Mobile Broadband Wireless Channel
  • OFDM
  • Frequency and Temporal Diversity
  • TDD vs. FDD
  • RF Front-End
  • Network Topologies
  1. LTE Physical Layer – Advanced Level
  • Features Overview
  • Resource Blocks
  • Uplink and Downlink Physical Layer Channels
  • Physical Layer Signals (Reference and Synchronization)
  • Channel Encoding
  • HARQ
  • Frequency Reuse
  • Power Control
  • Handover
  • Physical Layer Data Rates
  1. Software Defined Radio
  • SDR Architectures Applied to LTE
  • Installation of a Test Bed Based on Open 4G Software
  • Open Source srsRAN Presentation
  • First Parameters Setting 
  1. LTE MAC and RRC Layer
  • Architecture
  • Control Plane
  • User Plane
  • LTE Access Procedures
  • Random Access
  • Registration
  • Mobility Procedure
  • Paging
  1. LTE Deployment and Radio Planning
  • Link Budget Examples
  • Coverage Planning Example
  • Base Station Features and Network Performance
  • Reference Signal Planning
  • RA Preamble Planning
  1. LTE Operation Parameterization
  • Cell Selection Re-Selection Parameters
  • Traffic Channel Operations
  • Handover Parameters
  • Power Control
  • Parameters Setting and Connectivity Practical Testing
  1. Enhanced Packet Core (EPC) Introduction
  • LTE/EPC Architecture
  • EPC Nodes and Functionality
  • Key Interfaces
  • Key Features and Services
  • EPC Protocols
  • NAS Protocol States
  • EMM and ESM
  • GTPv2-C, GTP-U, PMIPv6
  • Diameter and the Role of SCTP
  1. E2E Signaling
  • Traffic Flows
  • EPC Network Access, Session and PDN
  • Connectivity
  • PLMN Access
  • Attach Procedure
  • MME, S-GW and P-GW Selection
  • EPS Bearer Setup, Establishment and TEIDs
  • IP Management Mechanisms
  • Session Management
  • Connectivity Analysis
  • A strong knowledge of wireless communication systems is required
  • Experience with 3G radio technologies is a must, preferably HSPA
  • Strong background (or practical experience) of IP related technologies and PC analysis tools is preferred

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