Next Generation Wireless Networks Training

Introduction:

Next Generation Wireless Networks Training Course

Next Generation Wireless Networks Training Course is an innovative training program covering trends in today’s rapidly changing Wireless Industry.

Topics including current and next generation 802.11 and 5G technologies, concepts, standardization activities, regulation, products and services.

Duration: 4 days

Audience/Target Group

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.

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Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the participant will:

● Describe the fundamental concepts of LAN, PAN and BAN wireless technologies
● Describe similarities and differences between Wireless LANs, Wirless PANs and Wireless BANs
● Understand the fundamental concepts of 802.15.1, 802.15.4 and 802.15.6
● Describe similarities and differences between RFID, Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, ZigBee and 6LowPAN
● Understand the fundamental concepts of 802.11a/b/g/n and 802.11ax,az,ay and ah
● Understand the core concepts on 802.11 PHY and MAC layers
● Understand ideas behind OFDM, MIMO spatial streams and Multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) features
● Understand Modulation/Coding and Other elements/features behind 802.11
● Understand PHY and MAC modifications for different versions and releases
● List Coexistence mechanisms for different channels
● List 802.11 scenarios and configurations
● Describe 802.11ax futures and requirements
● Describe 802.11az related positioning and location requirements
● Describe 802.11ah futures and requirements
● Describe 802.11ay: Enhanced Throughput for Operation in License-Exempt Bands above 45 GHz

 
Course Content:

Executive Summary of Trends in Wireless Industry

Trends in Wireless
Fixed vs. Mobile Wireless Trends
Applications and Use Cases

Overview of Current and Future Wireless Technologies

Overview of Wireless BAN, PAN, LAN and NAN Technologies
Comparison between 802.11, 802.15 and 802.16: WiFi, Bluetooth/BLE, RFID, 6LoWPAN, ZigBee and BAN (Body Area Networks)

Executive Summary of 5G

5G (5th generation) Wireless
5G or “beyond 2020”
5G Mobile
Next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards
ITU-R “Vision” of the “5G” mobile broadband connected society and future IMT

Executive Summary of IEEE 802.11

General description of the IEEE Std 802 standards
Principles behind 802.11, 802.15.1, 802.15.4 and 802.15.6
How wireless local area networks (WLANs) are different
11 extended range for Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications
802.11 architecture and protocols
General description of the IEEE Std 802.11
How wireless local area networks (WLANs) are different
802.11 extended range for Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications
802.11 architecture and protocols

IEEE Std 802.11 Architecture

Components of the IEEE Std 802.11 architecture
11 Basic Service Set (BSS)
Differences among ESS, PBSS, and IBSS LANs

Principles behind 802.11a/b/g/n/c/ax/ah/y/z

Differences between ESS and MBSS LANs
Principles behind 802.11k/r/w/z/v/u/s/p
Principles behind 802.11ac/ad/ax/y/z
Comparison of the Wireless Local Network (LAN) IEEE 802.11, Wireless Personal Network (PAN) 802.15.1, 802.15.4 and 802.15.6: Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) standards

802.11 Systems and Bands

IEEE 802.11 Variant
11n: High Throughput (HT)
11ac Very High Throughput (VHT)
11ax High Efficiency WLAN (HEW)
Next Generation 60GHz (NG60)
Directional Multi Gigabit (DMG)
Technologies for 5GHz, 24GHz, Below 6GH, Up to 60 GHz
24 GHz 802.11 channels
36 GHz WiFi band
5 GHz WiFi channels & frequencies
570 – 640 GHz ISM band (Regional variations apply)
Channels: 58,32, 6048, 6264, and 6480 GHz
White-Fi
11af: 470 – 710 MHz, TV white space (below 1 GHz)
11ah: 700 MHz, 860MHz, 902 MHz

Introduction to 802.11n and 802.11ac

11n and 802.11ac core concepts
Principles behind 802.11an
Principles behind 802.11ac
Drivers for 802.11ac
11ac technology overview
11ac key requirements
Regulatory Considerations
11ac Channelization
11n modulation and coding
Differences Between 802.11ac and 802.11n
Standards-Based Beamforming
RTS/CTS with Bandwidth Indication
All A-MPDUs
MIMO and MU-MIMO
Backwards Compatibility
Coexistence
Operational Scenarios

Introduction to 802.11ax

High Efficiency (HE) Physical Layer
IEEE 802.11ax standardization
IEEE 802.11ax basics
Frequency bands
11ax PHY and MAC enhancements
11ax PHY / radio interface
Technologies involved in 802.11ax
State-of-the-art MIMO and MU-MIMO
Principles behind OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access)
OFDM vs OFDA (orthogonal frequency division access)
160MHz PPDU, the default mapping per 20MHz
Default mapping of the two HE-SIG-B channels for a 160 MHz HE PPDU
HE Data field
Tone plan
Resource unit, edge and DC tones
160 MHz/80 MHz+80 MHz OFDMA building blocks
LDPC coding scheme in the HE PPDU Data field
1024-QAM Modulation
MCS10: 1024 QAM with 3/4 code rate
MCS11: 1024 QAM with 5/6 code rate
Multi-user (MU) features
DL OFDMA and UL and DL MU-MIMO
DL MU operation
UL MU operation
MU RTS/CTS procedure
UL OFDMA-based random access
Sounding protocol
GCR BA operation
MAC functional blocks
Target Wake Time (TWT)
Power Save
Fragmentation
Frame formats
Sounding feedback
Use of OBSS ,overlapping basic service sets
OBSS interference handling

Introduction to REVmc/Location

General location requirements
Users of location data
Client-side vs Network-side
11 Signal Strength
11 Time of Flight / Time Difference of Arrival
11 Direction / Angle of Arrival
Bluetooth Low Energy
GPS
Inertial sensors
Twists and practical considerations
Calculating location
Triangulation on RSSI
Ray-tracing models
Fingerprinting
Crowd-sourcing
Synthetic heat maps
Neural networks

Introduction to 802.11ay (802.11 TGay)

Modifications to both the IEEE 802.11 physical layers (PHY) and the IEEE 802,11 medium access control layer (MAC)
Operation capable of supporting 20 gigabits per second
Improving the power efficiency per station
Operations for license-exempt bands above 45 GHz
Enhanced Throughput for Operation in License-Exempt Bands above 45 GHz
Principles behind DMG (Directional Multi-Gigabit)
Principles behind EDMG (Enhanced DMG)
MAC sublayer
Channel access
MIMO channel access
DMG beamforming
Security
EDMG PHY
SU-MIMO
Downlink MU-MIMO
Channel bonding of at least two 216 GHz
EDMG PPDU format
Channelization
EDMG control PHY
EDMG SC PHY
EDMG OFDM PHY

Introduction to 802.11TGaz

Next Generation Positioning (NGP)
NGP Applied
Modifications to both the IEEE 802.11 medium access control layer (MAC) and physical layers
(PHY)
Fine Timing Measurement (FTM) protocol
Key Location Requirements
Expected Horizontal Accuracy
Expected Vertical Accuracy
Expected Latency
Expected Refresh Rate
Expected number of simultaneous users
802.11TFaz Use case
Micro location in store
Positioning for Home Audio
Navigation in Public Buildings
Positioning for Spectrum Management
Positioning for Medical Applications
Indoor Geotagging
Positioning for Video Cameras
UAV Use Case Description
Location services of underground mining
Pipe/Vault Robot Positioning
Nano Location in store
Augmented Reality (AR)
Proximity Detection
Wearable devices

Introduction to 802.11ah

IoT or M2M applications
IEEE 802.11ah standardization
IEEE 802.11ah basics
802.11ah PHY and MAC enhancements
802.11ah PHY / radio interface
802.11ah orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM)
MIMO and DL MMO-MU
802.11ah channelization
Principles behind channel widths of 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16 MHz
802.11ah physical layer PHY
RF principles for bands below 1 GHz
1 MHz channel bandwidth
New Modulation and Coding Scheme, MCS index
Bandwidths of 2 MHz & more
802.11ah MAC
Support for large number of stations
Compact MAC header format
Power saving principles
Throughput enhancements
802.11ah interoperability issues

Principles behind 5G Wireless

What is 5G?
Evolution from 3G to 4G and 5G
Relation Between 5G Radio Access and LTE
New Radio Access Technology Tight Interworking with LTE
New Radio Access Technology Loosely Interworking with LTE
Alternatives for the Evolution Path of LTE
Co-Existence of LTE with New 5G Radio Access and Core
5G Network and Interworking Objectives
5G Performance Requirements
Future Wireless Generations

Market Drivers and Use Cases for 5G

Internet of Things (IoT)
Smart Grid and Critical Infrastructure Monitoring
Smart Cities
m-Health and Telemedicine
M2M
Automotive
Sports and Fitness
Extreme Video, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Gaming Applications
Explosive Increase in Density of Data Usage
Public Safety
Context-Aware Services

Requirements for 5G

Co-Existence of LTE End-to-End Ecosystem with 5G
User-Driven Requirements
Battery Life
Per-User Data Rate and Latency
Robustness and Resiliency
Mobility
Seamless User Experience
Context-Aware Network
Network-Driven Requirements
Scalability
Network Capacity
Cost Efficiency
Automated System Management and Configuration
Self-Organization
Status of SON Technology in 5G
How Evolution to 5G Affects SON
Network Flexibility
Energy Efficiency
Coverage
Security
Diverse Spectrum Operation

Regulatory Considerations Applied to 5G

Potential Technologies for 5G
MU-MIMO vs. Massive MIMO
RAN Transmission at Centimeter and Millimeter Waves
New Waveforms
Advanced Multi-Carrier Transmission
Non-orthogonal Transmission
Shared Spectrum Access
Advanced Inter-Node Coordination
Simultaneous Transmission Reception
Multi-RAT Integration and Management
Device-to-Device Communication
Efficient Small Data Transmission
Wireless Backhaul/Access Integration





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