LTE Air Interface Training

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LTE Air Interface Training


LTE Air Interface Training Course In depth Hands-on

This LTE Air Interface Training course will undertake an in-depth study of the LTE air interface. The LTE Air Interface Training will begin with a discussion of the radio channel environment and the related RF propagation issues to help you understand the problems that OFDM/MIMO solve. This is followed by a discussion of the modulation principles along with a detailed look at the LTE physical layer structure as it complements the modulation and MIMO channels. The transmitter and receiver parameters and techniques, based on the 3GPP specifications, are then presented. We conclude with a discussion of the physical layer procedures with emphasis on the channel quality and random access techniques.

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● If you are familiar with some aspects of this course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

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Duration: 4 days

Course Content:

LTE/SAE Introduction

◾Evolution of cellular networks
◾3GPP Releases (Release 99 to Release 8)
◾EPS (E-UTRAN and EPC) logical architecture
◾EPS interfaces
◾EPC (Evolved Packet Core) architecture
◾SAE/LTE interfaces

Radio Interface Physical Layer Principles

◾Propagation conditions
◾Channel models
◾Frequency selective channels
◾Time dependent radio channels
◾Multipath radio conditions: Delay, Doppler spectrum, multi-antenna channel model
◾Dispersive channels: Drawbacks and design considerations
◾Macrocell propagation model: Urban case
◾Macrocell propagation model: Rural case
◾Modulation principles
◾OFDM: Principles of operation
◾MIMO system
◾Coding and protection
◾Turbo codes
◾ARQ-HARQ principles
◾OFDM principles
◾OFDM time-frequency frame structure
◾OFDM performance over dispersive channels
◾MIMO overview
◾MIMO principles of operation
◾MIMO implementation on LTE
◾MIMO performance
◾MIMO simulations
◾LTE Radio Interface Techniques
◾Radio Interface techniques: Uplink/downlink
◾Radio channel structure
◾Radio channel descriptions
◾Radio interface
◾Synchronization channels
◾UE Transmitter/Receiver: Technical Characteristics
◾Power transmission
◾GSM and WCDMA short transmitter presentation
◾Maximum Output Power (MOP)
◾UE power classes
◾Transmitter characteristics: Maximum Power Reduction (MPR), power control, MOP, transmit on/off power, out of synch output power, bandwidth requirements and allocation, out of band emission, spurious emission
◾Receiver diversity characteristics
◾Receiver sensitivity: Reference level, Maximum Sensitivity Reduction (MSR)
◾Maximum input level
◾Adjacent channel selectivity
◾Blocking characteristics
◾Inter-modulation characteristics
◾Receiver performance
◾Dual antenna receiver
◾Physical Layer Procedures
◾Synchronization procedures
◾Timing synchronization
◾Radio link monitoring
◾Inter cell synchronization
◾Inter Cell Interference Cancellation (ICIC) principles
◾Power control: Uplink/downlink
◾Random access procedures: Preample selection
◾Channel quality: Channel Quality Indication (CQI) Report
◾Precoding Matrix Indicators (PMI)
◾Rank Indicator (RI)

Course Wrap-up : Recap and Discussion

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