Overview of Mobile Network and LTE / Transmission Technologies

Data technology and information transfer
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.

This training aims to equip transmission design engineers with the key concepts on LTE IP transport and network solutions. The mobile transport network should accommodate the traffic created by cellular coverage areas; hence, a correct dimensioning 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 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 in end-to-end user throughput optimisation.

  1.   GSM Presentation
  2.   From GSM to GPRS
  3.   GSM / GPRS Architecture
  4.   GSM Radio Interface Details
  5.   UMTS Introduction
  6.   From UMTS to HSPA / HSPA+
  7.   HSPA Architecture
  8.   R99 / R4 / R5 Evolution
  9.   UMTS Radio Interface Details
  10.   Core Network Nodes Details and Roles
  11.   Introduction to LTE / SAE
  12.   LTE Principles
  13.   eUTRAN Presentation
  14.   EPC Presentation
  15.   EPC Nodes And Interfaces
  16.   LTE Nodes (HSS, MME, ENODEB, PCRF, PDN GW, SGW, EPDG)
  17.   EMM Common Procedures
  18.   IP Overview and Description
  19.   SS7 Signaling Overview
  20.   From SS7 to SIGTRAN
  21.   SS7 Signaling in LTE
  22.   Diameter in LTE
  23.   UMTS Security
  24.   LTE / EPC Security Procedures
  25.   IMS Introduction
  26.   SIP Principles
  27.   VoLTE Call Establishment Flow
  28.   Carrier Aggregation and Small Cells
  29.   Overview LTE / LTE-A UE Capabilities
  30.   Core Network Configurations
  31.   MME and SGW / PGW Key Dimensioning Rules
  32.   New Availability and Reliability Requirements in 3G and LTE Transmissions Links
  33.   OSI Layers 1, 2 and 3 and their Roles in LTE Link Planning
  34.   Definition of an All IP LTE Network and New Planning Considerations
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Duration: Classroom: 5 days / LIVE Virtual: 35 hours
Delivery Format: Virtual Training

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