WCDMA Training

WCDMA Training 2018-03-14T18:43:14+00:00

WCDMA Training


Before we go in detail about 4G or LTE, you must know about WCDMA, which stands for Wide Band Code Division Multiple Access.

It is a channel access method used by various radio communication technologies.

It should not be confused with the mobile phone standards like CDMA One, CDMA 2000 (3G Evolution of CDMA One) and WCDMA (the 3G standard used by GSM carriers), which are often referred to as simply CDMAand are used as an underlying channel access method.

WCDMA is a standard for 3G network.

It was not a revolutionary upgrade in the existing network, but by having the standard based on 2G GSM/EDGE, it was able for a simultaneous switch between GSM and EDGE. Also it was capable for compatibility with other UMTS family.

Duration: 32 hours

Fee: 15k

Course Overview

This course deals with:

Overview of WCDMA

  • Overview
  • WCDMA Technical Standards Development Trends
    • 3GPP Standard Development Status
    • Analysis on 3GPP standard Version Evolution
    • Analysis on Evolution of 3GPP Technologies
  • IMT 2000 Frequency Band Allocation
  • Composition of WCDMA System
    • UE (User Equipment)
    • UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network)
    • CN (Core Network)

WCDMA Technology Basics

  • Concept of WCDMA Realizing Broadband Communication
    • Basic Concepts of CDMA
    • Basic Concepts of Spread Spectrum Communication
  • Transmission of Electric Waves in Mobile Environment
    • Features of Land mobile Communication environment
    • Signal Fading in Radio Path
  • Fundamentals of the WCDMA Technology
    • Channel Coding/ Decoding
    • Principles of Interleaving/ Deinterleaving
    • Spread Spectrum
    • Modulation and Demodulation
  • Key technologies on WCDMA Wireless Side
    • Power Control
    • Handover
    • RAKE Receiver
    • Code Resource Allocation
    • Admission Control
    • Load Control/Congestion Control
  • Overview and Features of AMR

Interface Protocol and Channel Structure of WCDMA RAN

  • General Protocol Module for Land Interfaces of UTRAN
    • Horizontal plane
    • Vertical plane
    • Iu Interface
    • Iur Interface
    • Iub Interface
  • Air Interface (Uu Interface)
    • Physical Layer Protocol
    • MAC Protocol
    • RLC Protocol
    • PDCP
    • BMC Protocol
    • RRC Protocol
    • Channel Classification
    • Physical channel
    • Transport Channel
    • Logical Channel

Channel Structure

  • Channels of UTRAN
    • Logical Channels
    • Transport Channels
    • Physical Channels
    • Channel Mapping
  • Physical Layer procedure
    • Cell Search Procedure
    • Random Access Procedure

Interface and Protocol

  • Protocol Overview
    • RRC Connection Setup
    • Network Registration Process
    • Connection Release Process
  • Protocol Related to Interface Uu
    • Uu Interface protocol architecture
    • Status of RRC Protocol
    • Some Explanations
  • Protocol related to Interface Iu
    • Iu interface architecture
    • Protocol Structure of Iu Interface
    • Some Explanations
    • RANAP Process
  • Protocol related to Interface Iur
    • Function and Structure of Interface Iur
    • DCH Frame Protocol of Interface Iur
    • RNSAP Process
  • Protocol Related to Interface Iub
    • Node-B Logic Model
    • NBAP Process
  • Call Setup Process
  • CS Call Origination Flow (RRC Setup on CCh)
  • CS Call Origination Flow (RRC Setup on DCH)
  • CS Call Termination Flow
  • Release Flow in CS Domain CN Originates
  • Release Flow in CS Domain UE Originates

HSDPA Fundamental Principles and Key Technologies

  • HSDPA Summary
  • HSDPA Fundamental Principles
  • HSDPA Channels
    • HS-DSCH
    • HS-SCCH
    • HS-DPCCH
  • HSDPA Key Technologies
    • AMC
    • Fast HARQ
    • Fast Scheduling
  • Mobility Management
  • HSDPA Terminal Requirements
    • UE Type
    • Working Mode
    • Frequency Band
    • Service Function Requirements

HSDPA Networking Policy and Network planning

  • HSDPA Technical Characteristics
  • C0-CF/Hetero-CF Interference and Capacity Analysis
  • HSDPA Solutions
    • HSDPA Introduction Policy
    • HSDPA Networking Policy
    • Influence of HSDPA Introduction on Current Networking Planning
    • Influence of HSDPA Introduction on Transmission Network
  • HSDPA Network Upgrade Evolution Policy
    • Equipment Upgrade Influence and Requirements
    • Network Evolution Policy

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