LTE Transmission and Core Network Planning

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This course introduces LTE IP transport network solutions to transmission design engineers. LTE Transport Network should accommodate the traffic created by cellular coverage. Thus, the correct dimensioning of the Transport Network is critical from the QoS and capacity point of view.

Several technologies could be implemented, such as IP over ATM or IP over Ethernet. Mobile Packet Backbone Network solutions are described in detail and are supported by case studies to help transport designers understand the diverse techniques that can be deployed. Mastering these techniques, participants will learn how to contribute to end-­to-­end user throughput optimization.

  • Mobile Networks Engineers who wish to gain knowledge about the latest LTE transport network design principles and implementations
  • Radio network planners who would like to learn more about the capacity planning of the transport network
  • Multimedia Engineer who would like to learn the concepts and theory of LTE/SAE that transports services to mobile users.
Instructor-Led Training
[Classroom: 5 days / LIVE Virtual*: 35 hours]
*Note:
  • A minimum of 5 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.
  1.   Introduction to LTE / SAE
  2.   LTE Principles
  3.   eUTRAN Presentation
  4.   ePC Presentation
  5.   ePC Nodes And Interfaces
  6.   LTE Nodes (HSS, MME,ENODEB, PCRF, PDN GW, SGW, EPDG)
  7.   ePC Signaling And Protocols
  8.   EMM Common Procedures
  9.   IP Overview and Description
  10.   SS7 Signaling Overview
  11.   SS7 Signaling in LTE
  12.   UMTS Security
  13.   LTE / EPC Security Procedures
  14.   Core Network Configurations
  15.   MME and SGW / PGW Key Dimensioning Rules
  16.   New Availability and Reliability Requirements in 3G and LTE Transmission Links
  17.   OSI Layers 1, 2 and 3 and their Roles in LTE Link Planning
  18.   Definition of an All IP 3G LTE Network and New Planning Considerations
  19.   Overview Latency and Jitter in 3G LTE Transmission Networks
  20.   3GPP Delay and Jitter Requirements between eNodeB and ePC for 4G Access links
  21.   Access Network Architecture and Topology Planning
  22.   Microwave Transmission Overview
  23.   LTE Backbone Dimensioning
  24.   LTE Backbone Design
  25.   Planning 4G Access Links with IP-Based MW Radios
  26.   Traffic Shaping, Engineering and Protection Levels in IP Radios
  27.   Step-by-Step 4G Network Dimensioning Processes
  28.   Overview LTE Traffic Requirement and Analysis
  29.   Concept of CIR and PIR in Data Links Planning
  30.   Overview of TDM Microwave Radios and IP Packet Radios
  31.   Details of IP over TDM and Native Ethernet Radios
  32.   Services Classification
  33.   Link­by­Link Dimensioning
  34.   4G Network Synchronization Planning
  35.   End-to-End Network Testing and Performance Measurements
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Duration: Classroom: 5 days / LIVE Virtual: 35 hours
Delivery Format: Virtual Training

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