LTE Technology Overview

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LTE Technology Overview 2018-03-14T17:47:47+00:00

LTE Technology Overview


LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and is all about the drastic improvement in the current 3G wireless networks. The main goal of LTE is to provide speedy wireless mobile services which will eventually replace the existing 2G and 3G networks and services. Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a radio technology based on OFDM and MIMO technologies. This course provides a fundamental understanding of the LTE-Advanced features and the impact they have on the LTE air interface protocols and operations. The course also covers the downlink and uplink frame structure, OFDM operations at the physical layer, and resource management and scheduling considerations at the MAC layer. This course provides a comprehensive overview of LTE technology in a simplified manner.

Duration: 32 hours

Fee: 10k

Course Overview

In this Training, the following topics are going to be covered:

Introduction to LTE

  • Wireless Evolution Drivers
  • 4G Networks
  • 4G Roadmap

LTE Architecture and Protocols

  • Network Architecture
  • LTE Protocols and Interfaces
  • LTE Devices
  • LTE Network Components
  • Additional Material

LTE Air Interface

  • OFDM Concepts
  • Multiple-Antenna Techniques
  • LTE Design Parameters
  • LTE FDD Frame Structure
  • LTE Channels
  • Additional Material
  • Multipath and Delay Spread in OFDM
  • A Closer look at Antenna Techniques
  • OFDMA Transmitter and Receiver

Initial attach

  • Life of a UE in LTE
  • Network Acquisition
  • RRC Connection Establishment
  • Attach to the Network
  • Security
  • EPS Bearers
  • Default EPS Bearer Setup

QoS Support in LTE

  • Policy and Charging Control Architecture
  • EPS QoS
  • Dedicated Bearer Setup
  • DL Traffic Operations
  • UL Traffic Operations

Idle Mode Mobility and Handovers

  • Idle Mode Operations
  • Cell Reselection
  • Tracking Area Update
  • Handovers
  • X2-based Mobility
  • S1-based Mobility

Services in LTE

  • Voice in LTE
  • CSFB with Existing 2G/3G Networks

Interworking and Deployment

  • Interworking
  • Interworking with 3GPP
  • Interworking with Non-3GPP
  • Deployment
  • Capacity Planning

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