LTE System Survey
FMT-28

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
This course, based on 3GPP Release 8 and 9, offers a survey of the key technological enhancements that make up the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard- encompassing business economics, market considerations, air interface, backhaul considerations, evolved packet core, QoS and endto- end signaling.

Who would 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.


LTE overview
LTE Network Architecture
Enhanced Air Interface
Multiple Antenna Techniques
Network Acquisition and Call Processing
Cell acquisition
Initial synchronization
LTE downlink reference signals
LTE system information


LTE Air Interface
FMT-29

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
The LTE radio access network uses a new radio access technology- OFMA (orthogonal frequency division multiple access) that is optimized for IP traffic. This course provides an in-depth coverage of the “nuts” and “bolts” of the LTE air interface technologies.



Who would benefit:
Engineering professionals involved in the planning, deployment, optimization, operation and maintenance of LTE radio access networks.


LTE Network Architecture
LTE RRC Layer
LTE PDCP Layer
LTE RLC Layer
LTE MAC Layer
OFDM Concepts
LTE Physical Layer
LTE Physical Layer Procedures
Multiple Antenna Techniques
Spatial multiplexing gain
Terminal antenna design considerations


LTE Advanced (R10): System Techniques
FMT-30

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
LTE Advanced, standardized by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) as a major enhancement of the LTE standard meets the ITU requirements of 4G. This course covers LTE Advanced- PHY and MAC layers, including 8×8 MIMO, carrier aggregation, relay nodes and other procedural improvements.

Who would benefit:
Engineering personnel involved in LTE Radio Access Network Design, deployment, and operations.


LTE Review
LTE- A Air Interface Features
Carrier Aggregation
Enhanced MIMO
Relay Nodes
Voice over LTE
Other Release 10 Enhancements
Release 11 and Beyond


Voice over LTE (VoLTE)
FMT-31

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
The all IP LTE core in conjunction with IMS enables a full suite of rich communication services (RCS) like instant messaging, high definition voice, presence, video and group chats. This course covers details of voice, SMS and multi-media implementation in the LTE network.


Who would benefit:
Engineering personnel involved in LTE Radio Access Network Design, deployment, and operations.


LTE Review
EPS QoS
EPS Connection Management
Circuit Switched Fall Back (CSFB)
Voice over LTE (VOLTE)
SRVCC architecture
SRVCC from E-UTRAN to GERAN
VOLTE Performance


4G LTE Single RAN
FMT-32

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
Implementing single radio access network (SRAN) is a technical strategy aimed at maximizing revenue, reducing TCO as well as meet subscriber expectations. It involves deploying LTE/HSPA/ GSM functionality in a single base station unit. This course examines the SRAN market, products, architectural models, backhaul options and core network connectivity.

Who would benefit:
Engineers and Technicians involved in Mobile Network operation and maintenance, planning and optimization.


Single RAN (SRAN) Market Survey
Multi Standard Radio (MSR) Base Stations
Distributed Cell Sites
SRAN Transport
Transport VLANs for SRAN
SRAN Core Network Connectivity
Single RAN Deployment


Space-time communication (MIMO)
FMT-33

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Space-Time Communication deals broadly with MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) communication that can be exploited to improve the quality, capacity, and coverage problems faced by all wireless systems. The course covers MIMO from signal processing and communication engineering to its application to 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.16 WiMAX.


Who would benefit:
Engineering professionals involved in the planning, deployment, O&M of fixed and mobile radio access networks.


MIMO signal models and equalization
MIMO channel models
Capacity of MIMO channels
Average probability of error and diversity
Spatial multiplexing with linear and nonlinear receivers
Precoding and multi-mode precoding for spatial multiplexing
Multiuser MIMO communication


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