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Course Description:

5G wireless training (5th generation wireless systems or mobile networks) covers next major phase of wireless and mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards. This course covers concepts, services, technologies and network components behind 5G wireless. Find out how 5G wireless networks will be much smarter and faster than 4G. New trends such as M2M, self-driving cars, smart cities, connected society, Internet of Things (IoT), broadcast-like services, lifeline communications in times of natural disaster will be part of the new 5G wireless services.

Who will Benefit:

Engineering professionals involved in the planning, deployment, O&M of LTE radio access network, backhaul and the core networks will find this course useful.

Prerequisites:

A general understanding of mobile technologies with some work experience is preferable.

Technical Level:

Mode of Delivery:

Instructor led classes, multi-media simulations, demonstrations, videos and tutorial exercise.

  • Describe what 5G is
  • List the 5G wireless features and their benefits (5G wireless communication networks)
  • Describe key 5G technology drivers
  • Describe 5G wireless communication networks cellular architecture and key technologies
  • Illustrate 5G network architecture and components
  • Describe the operation scenarios of 5G
  • Explain the key RF, PHY, MAC and air interface changes required to support 5G
  • Describe features supporting 5G wireless deployments
  • Discuss the rationale for 5G wireless and key deployment topologies
  • Outline changes required to implement 5G

  • What is 5G Wireless Communication?
  • 5th Generation Wireless Technology
  • 5G as a technology vision
  • 5G features
  • Why 5G?
  • Basic concepts behind 5G technology of mobile communication
  • 5G technologies
  • 5G technical objectives
  • 5G Wireless Requirements, Applications, and Services

 

  •  5G promises and challenges
  •  Disruptive technology directions
  •  Bandwidth
  •  Power consumption
  •  Infrastructure
  •  Spectral efficiency
  •  Resilience of the network
  •  Adapting new topologies
  •  Radio propagation and channel models
  •  Pervasive networks
  •  Internet of things (IoT) and M2M
  •  Wireless sensor networks and ubiquitous computing
  •  Wearable devices with AI capabilities
  • 5G Wireless Standardizations and Projects

 

  •  IEEE
  •  3GPP
  •  ETSI
  •  WWRF, the METIS Project and the DVB Project
  •  METIS Project
  •  Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the Twenty-twenty Information Society
  •  European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  •  IEEE 802.xx wireless mobile networks
  •  Development of World Wide Wireless Web (WWWW)
  •  11 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN)
  •  16 Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMAN)
  •  Ad-hoc Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN)
  •  WiGig or IEEE 802.11ad
  •  Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular
  •  IEEE 802.22
  •  DSA modes for WiFi and WiMAX
  •  Whitespace and WhiteFi
  •  Emerging field of mmWave communications.
  •  ultrawideband WLAN and PAN networks.
  •  IEEE 802.15.3c 802.11ad
  •  ECMA
  •  High rate 60 GHz PHY

 

  • 5G Vision
  •  Key technology drivers and innovations behind 5G wireless
  •  Next Wave of digital society
  •  Machine-type Communications
  •  Smart homes and buildings
  •  Smart grid
  •  Smart meters
  •  Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  •  Ultrahigh definition video
  •  Virtual reality applications
  •  Fiber-like user experience: 10 Gb/s data rates
  •  Mobile cloud service
  •  “Full Immersive” services
  •  Immersive experience
  •  Zero latency and response times
  •  Zero-second switching
  •  Tactical Radio
  •  Policy-based DSA systems
  •  Cognitive radar
  •  Exa-scale cloud data centers and Edge computing
  •  Internet of Vehicles
  •  Ultra-dense networks
  •  Virtualized and cloud-based radio access infrastructure

 

  • 5G Technology Enablers
  •  System design concepts
  •  Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA)
  •  Interference Management
  •  Small Cells
  •  Coordinated Multipoint
  •  Mass-scale MIMO, Massive MIMO
  •  Caching and Delivering Techniques
  •  Personal Mobile Internet
  •  Device-to-Device Communication
  •  Software-Defined Radio (SDR)
  •  Cognitive Radio
  •  Smart-radio
  •  Multi-hop networks
  •  Direct device-to-device (D2D) communications
  •  Dynamic Adhoc Wireless Networks (DAWN)
  •  IPv6 and 6LowPAN
  •  NFV, SDN, ICN, semantic and cloud networking
  •  Direct Device-to-Device Communication (D2D)
  •  Massive Machine Communication (MMC)
  •  Moving Networks (MN)
  •  Device-to-Device (D2D)
  •  Ultra-Dense Networks (UDN)
  •  Ultra-Reliable Communication (URC)
  •  Mobile ad hoc network (MANET)
  •  Wireless mesh network (WMN)
  •  Vandermonde-subspace frequency division multiplexing (VFDM)
  •  Millimeter-Wave
  •  Disruptive approaches for increasing network capacity
  •  Programmable optical backbone networks with petabit throughput
  • 5G Challenges and Requirements

 

  •  5G management and orchestration
  •  New radio access technologies (RAT)
  •  Spectrum bands availability
  •  Networks and devices
  •  Air-interface and RAN systems
  •  Virtualized architectures
  •  Service delivery architecture
  •  Single frequency full duplex radio technologies
  •  Architecture and key technologies
  •  Dynamic deployment of network functions
  •  New wireless backhaul solutions
  •  Adaptive resource management
  •  Flexible spectrum usage
  •  Safety and delay critical network of Cloudlets
  •  Performance requirements
  •  Latency
  •  Always-on users per cell
  •  Duty cycles
  •  Signaling loads
  •  Massive capacity
  •  Energy consumption
  •  Spectrum impact
  •  New architecture for services and service delivery
  •  Hyper connectivity to trillions of devices
  •  Massive dense networks
  •  Massive distributed MIMO
  •  Advanced interference and mobility management
  •  Cooperation of different transmission points with overlapped coverage
  •  Efficient support of machine-type devices
  •  Latency and enhanced reliability
  • 5G Wireless Air Interface

 

  •  New access protocols and procedures for collaborative communications
  •  Software defined air interface
  •  Spectral usage techniques
  •  New multiple accesses (“no cell” concept)
  •  New radio resource management techniques
  •  Physical layer procedures, and coding
  •  New modulations schemes
  •  Channel models for 2.3 GHz, 2.6 GHz, 5.25 GHz, 26.4 GHz, and 58.68 GHz.
  •  Advanced MIMO technology with wider bandwidths
  •  Propagation modeling of densely populated urban areas
  •  Beamforming, network discovery, and relaying
  •  Coding and modulation algorithms
  •  Interference management
  •  Non-Orthogonal, Asynchronous Waveforms
  •  Millimeter-Wave Beamforming
  •  Cooperative diversity and flexible modulation
  •  C o-existence of macro-cells and cognitive radio small-cells
  •  Systems for mmWave transceivers

 

  • The 5G Operational Scenarios
  •  Explanation of 5G scenarios
  •  Examples of 5G technology components
  •  Cognitive & energy-efficient wireless technologies
  •  Enhancing LTE radio standards
  •  Capacity and performance
  •  System robustness
  •  5G wireless implementation roadmaps
  •  Spectrum metrics
  •  Interference approaches
  •  Reconfigurable radio hardware
  •  5G evaluation tools and testbeds