LTE Air Interface
The LTE Air Interface course offers a complete understanding of the radio interface in Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology. A general characteristic of LTE is presented with stress on its advantages and disadvantages. The course focuses on the physical channels structure and their processing in both FDD and TDD mode of LTE. The course also presents procedures of power control, link adaptation and HARQ related to downlink and uplink scheduling. The concept of MIMO in LTE, idle mode behaviour and handover process are also discussed. The course is based on the 3GPP Technical Specifications and hence is equipment vendor independent.
Category: LTE Duration: 3 days
The course is addressed to managerial staff and network engineers involved in the radio network planning and optimization process, as well as to anybody who requires detailed knowledge on the LTE radio interface structure and function.
Ability to understand technical subjects is required. A good understanding of existing 2G and 3G mobile systems will be beneficial.
● OFDMA principles
● EPS architecture
● LTE signalling
● LTE radio interface introduction
● LTE downlink physical channels
● LTE uplink physical channels
● Physical layer procedures
● LTE mobility
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