Corporate Custom Courses
UMTS Essentials is a 1 day course designed for those who are in product line management, business line management, executives, sales and marketing, product support, training and documentation and operations. This course provides a high-level overview of the 3G network known as UMTS or WCDMA, including core network nodes, radio network nodes and their functionality. It also provides an overview of WCDMA – the air interface technology used in UMTS networks.
This course steps through the different call scenario for voice and data calls for UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA and HSPA+.
Exploring UMTS is a 2 day course designed for those who are in planning, deployment, RF engineering, network performance, and network operations.This course offers overview of UMTS, UMTS (WCDMA) air interface, radio networks and core networks. It covers the network architecture, components and basic operations of UMTS networks.
In addition, this course explores the details of the WCDMA air interface technology and its ability to support multiple subscribers simultaneously. Aspects of CDMA technology pertaining to the WCDMA air interface including coding, modulation, spreading, scrambling, handovers and power control mechanisms are clearly explained. This course then focuses on Circuit Switched and Packet Switched Core Networks.
Exploring HSPA+ is a 2 day course designed for planners and engineers responsible for network planning, design and deployment, integration and network operations.This course provides a fundamental understanding of HSPA+ features defined in Release 7 to Release 9. HSPA+ is the enhancements of the basic HSPA technology defined for R5 HSDPA and R6 HSUPA and stresses on the air interface to improve spectral efficiency.
The course first gives an overview of the main HSPA+ features and its advantages. Once the overview is given, details of the features are discussed based on their primary benefits. All the throughput-enhancing features and the features that help lower the latency and/or UE power consumption are described in this course.
LTE Air Interface
LTE Air Interface is a 2 day course designed for those who are in RF design, development, integration, deployment and systems engineering.This course provides an in-depth knowledge of the LTE air interface. It introduces the LTE/E-UTRAN network architecture and protocols; it also provides comprehensive attention of the frame structure, channels, resource allocation, and multiple antenna techniques.
The course also deliberates the operations of acquisition, system access, data session, DL and UL traffic operations and handovers.
LTE Overview is a 1 day course provides high level view of LTE and is intended for those in business and non-engineering functions as well as those who need to understand LTE and its place in the 4G wireless landscape. This course gives an overview of the network architecture, the underlying technologies of OFDM and multiple antenna techniques, and the call setup procedure.
In addition, the deployment and interworking issues are discussed. It also describes the competitive landscape by comparing features and services of other 4G systems such as WiMAX.
WiMax Fundamentals is a 1 day course provides a high level view of Mobile WiMAX and is intended for those in business and non-engineering functions as well as those who need to understand WiMAX and its place in the 4G wireless landscape. This course provides aoverview of all aspects of Mobile WiMAX networks.
This course describes deployment issues, interworking with non-WiMAX networks and challenges for deploying WiMAX systems.