HSPA Protocols And Signaling

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HSPA Protocols And Signaling 2018-01-09T13:15:32+00:00

HSPA Protocols And Signaling

High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) enhances the packet data services provided in UMTS (WCDMA) by increasing the data throughput and reducing delays. The HSPA network offers UMTS subscribers much higher data rates, in both the uplink and downlink.

HSPA has three key technology enhancements: link adaptation using adaptive coding and modulation, incremental redundancy and fast scheduling. This course describes the key benefits and challenges of the HSPA technology and the enhancements to the signaling protocols to support HSPA. The focus is primarily on the radio network with emphasis placed on the new channels and related operations. The overall operations of HSPA, starting from measurements and ending with HARQ, are addressed in detail. The key concepts in the course are tied together with several scenarios that offer insight into the reconfiguration of the radio link and the mobility.

Duration: 40 hours

Fee: 30k

Course Overview

  1. Overview of HSPA (HSDPA + HSUPA)
    • HSPA Goals
    • HSPA Approach
  1. HSDPA Basics
  1. HSDPA Channels
  1. HSDPA Traffic Operations
    • R5 Data Transmission Overview
    • R5 Data Transmission Step 1: Reporting of CQI
    • R5 Data Transmission Step 2: Node B Scheduling
    • R5 Data Transmission Step 3: Transmission of Data and Control Information
    • R5 Data Transmission Step 4: ACK/NACK- UE to Node B
  1. HSDPA Data Call Signaling
    • HSDPA PDP Context Establishment
    • HSDPA Parameter Assignment
    • HSDPA Mobility
  1. HSUPA Basics
  1. HSUPA Channels
    • HSUPA Channels
    • Characteristics of HSUPA Channels
  1. HSUPA Traffic Operations
    • HSUPA Data Transmission
    • HSUPA Grants
    • HSUPA Incremental Redundancy
  1. HSUPA Data Call Signaling
    • HSUPA PDP Context Establishment
    • HSUPA Parameter Assignment
    • HSUPA Mobility
  1. Multi-Services Scenario
    • Establishing a Multi-Service Connections
    • Releasing a Multi-Service Connections
  1. HSPA Interworking
    • Network Assisted Cell Reselection: UMTS to GPRS
    • Handovers: HSPA to GPRS/EDGE

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