Durations: 3 days
The LTE radio access network, also referred to at the E-UTRA (Evolved UMTS terrestrial radio access) uses a new radio access technology- OFMA (orthogonal frequency division multiple access) that is optimized for IP traffic. In addition it incorporates new techniques for improving spectral efficiency such as the multiple antenna schemes, higher order modulation and robust protection. This course provides participants with an in-depth coverage of the “nuts” and “bolts” of the LTE air interface technologies. Topics covered include a detailed analysis of framing, protocols and messages emanating from different layers of the E-UTRAN protocol stack.
Who will Benefit: Engineering professionals involved in the planning, deployment, optimization, operation and maintenance of LTE radio access networks.
Prerequisites: A general understanding of mobile technologies with some work experience is preferable.
Mode of Delivery: Instructor led classes, multi-media simulations, and demonstration of air interface message capture with drive test analyzer, videos and tutorial exercise.
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