LTE RF Engineering Training

Introduction:

LTE RF Engineering Training by ENO

LTE RF Engineering Training Course Program, a strong understanding of RF engineering fundamentals is required to optimize the performance of LTE networks. LTE communication technology is rapidly evolving and wireless devices and components are practically found in everything we are doing today. LTE RF engineering covers all the RF capabilities needed in design sophisticated LTE RF circuits and components.

ENO LTE RF engineering training program provides the engineering and non-engineering professional with the LTE technological advances in both the commercial and military arenas. You will learn the fundamental principles of LTE, MIMO, RF systems, the design of practical and cost effective LTE RF subsystems, and integrated circuits or full LTE RF systems. Learn the key concepts of planning, analyzing, modeling, simulating, design, implementation, integration testing, verification and validating RF systems related to LTE and LTE-Advanced.

LTE RF engineering training covers the basics of RF principles, physical laws and applications.

Learn the basics of RF devices and building blocks used in the design of LTE and LTE-A RF communication systems. Learn the engineering principles of LTE RF communication link, RF budget, LTE RF components in LTE mobile devices, sensors and other critical subsystems. Designed for engineers, technicians, project managers and any other personnel involved in planning and/or decision making process regarding real-life RF engineering related to LTE network build-out.

Duration: 3 days

Audience/Target Group

o Designed for engineers, technicians, project managers and any other personnel involved in planning and/or decision making process regarding real-life RF engineering related to LTE network build-out.

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Tailored Classes:
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

LTE RF Engineering TrainingRelated Courses:
 

 
Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to:

◾LTE Systems Engineering Principles
◾LTE RF Principles and Applications
◾Principles of OFDMA, SC-FDMA and MIMO
◾LTE Design and Applications
◾LTE Cell Planning Principles
◾LTE Link Budget Calculation
◾LTE Transmission and Backhauling Engineering
◾Antenna Theory and Design
◾LTE M2M, IoT and Remote Sensors
◾LTE Test & Measurement
◾RF System Design for LTE and LTE-A Communications
◾LTE RF Circuit Design
◾LTE RFIC Design
◾Software Defined Radios (SDR) Applied to LTE

Course Content:

LTE Systems Engineering Principles

Foundations of System Engineering
LTE standards, architectures, and processes
LTE system requirements
LTE systems management
LTE system functional analysis
LTE system analysis of alternatives
LTE decision making and support
LTE operational analysis
Engineering principles of complex LTE systems
LTE system development process
LTE system engineering management
LTE system engineering development stages
LTE system Integration and evaluation
LTE operation and support

LTE RF Principles and Applications

LTE RF environment
LTE frequency bands
Propagation principles of LTE
LTE antennas
Scattering parameters in LTE radio
LTE system active and passive components
Analysis of low noise high power amplifiers for LTE
LTE modulation and demodulation techniques
LTE circuits
LTE receiver/transmitter characteristics
Transmission lines

Principles of OFDMA, SC-FDMA and MIMO

LTE air interface
LTE Multiple Access principles
OFDMA basics
SC-FDMA basics
MIMO basics
MU-MIMO principles

LTE Design and Applications

Implementation of LTE RF circuits
LTE Integrated Circuit (IC) configurations
LTE passive components
LTE low noise amplifiers and mixers
LTE IC packaging and testing
LTE transceiver architectures

LTE Cell Planning Principles

LTE radio propagation fundamentals
LTE frequency planning and management
LTE cell planning tools and procedures
Uplink vs. downlink coverage analysis
LTE traffic engineering
LTE capacity planning and management
LTE RF optimization principals
LTE cell planning KPIs

LTE Link Budget Calculation

What is link budget?
Typical link budget elements
LTE link losses and gains from the transmitter
Channel losses, Path loss
Range
Transmitter output power
How much sensitivity do we need?
Gains
Transmit antenna gain
Receive antenna gain
Receiver noise power
Link margin
Variations on the basic link budget
LTE Sample Link Budget

LTE Transmission and Backhauling Engineering

LTE transmission network design, planning and implementation
LTE link engineering
LTE network performance and reliability issues
LTE link protection
Project management and logistics
LTE deployment challenges

LTE Antenna Theory and Design

Principles of electromagnetic radiation fields
Antenna fundamentals
Various antennas in LTE deployment
Application of antennas in communication links

LTE M2M, IoT and Remote Sensors

M2M basics
IoT basics
Remote Sensors applications
Surveillance, tracking and target detection systems
Commercial and military grade
Passive and active sensors
Sensor system technologies and LTE
Comparison to microwave/millimeter-wave Radar
Electro-optical and Thermal imaging systems

LTE Test & Measurement

Introduction to RF/LTE parameters
Measurement principles and test techniques
LTE test and measurement methods and equipment specifications
LTE simulations software based tools
LTE network and spectrum analysis

RF System Design for LTE and LTE-A

Characteristics and benefits RF systems in LTE applications
LTE system blocks and functions
LTE system architecture requirements
Calculation of critical system characteristics
LTE sensitivity requirements
System response
Effect of temperature changes
LTE system measurements
LTE RF circuit design
LTE passive and active components
Basic impedance matching; S-parameters
Stability prediction
LTE amplifier design
Coupling structures
Filters and mixers
Non-linearity and its effects
LTE transceiver architectures
Design tradeoffs between various blocks in a system

Software Defined Radios (SDR) in LTE

What is SDR?
Software aspects of SDRs
LTE SDR applications
SDR current developments and implementations
Benefits and challenges of LTE SDR development and deployment





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