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  • CTTS Group
    HSDPA and HSUPA Module Four HSDPA principles HSDPA vs Release 99 DCH Key technologies with HSDPA High speed downlink shared channel High speed shared control channel High speed dedicated physical control channel Fractional DPCH HS DSCH link adaptation Mobility BTS measurements for HSDPA operation Terminal capabilities HSDPA MAC layer operation Module Five HSUPA principles HSUPA vs Release 99 DCH Key technologies with HSUPA Fast L1 HARQ for HSUPA Scheduling for HSUPA E DCH transport channel and physical channels E DCH transport channel processing E DCH dedicated physical data channel E DCH dedicated physical control channel E DCH HARQ indicator channel E DCH relative grant channel E DCH absolute grant channel Motivation and impact of two TTI lengths Physical layer procedures HARQ HARQ and soft handover Measurements with HSUPA MAC layer User plane MAC e control message scheduling information Selection of a transport format for E DCH E DCH coexistence with DCH MAC d flow specific HARQ parameters HSUPA scheduling HSUPA scheduling in soft handover Advanced HSUPA scheduling Non scheduling transmissions Iub parameters Mobility Soft handover Compressed mode UE capabilities and data rates Module Six Radio Resource Management HSDPA radio resource management RNC algorithms Node B algorithms HSUPA radio resource management RNC algorithms Node B algorithms Module Seven HSDPA bit rates capacity and coverage General performance factors Single user performance Multiuser system performance Iub transmission efficiency Capacity and cost of data delivery Round trip time HSDPA measurements HSDPA performance evolution Conclusions Module Eight HSUPA bit rates capacity and coverage General performance factors Single user performance Cell capacity HSUPA performance enhancements Conclusions Module Nine Application and end to end performance Packet application introduction Always on connectivity Application performance over HSPA Application performance vs network load Module Ten Voice over IP motivation IP header compression VoIP over HSPA Module Eleven RF requirements of

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=72 (2016-02-13)
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    in the downlink Understand cell edge user throughput improvements Understand ICIC Release 8 eICIC Release 10 Explain Almost Blank Subframes Describe the Home Node B HNB Home eNodeB HeNB Security Gateway SeGW HNB Gateway HNB GW Understand the use of WiFi Offload for mobile data Target Audience This course is intended for engineers sales executive managers technical support and anyone wishing to enhance their existing cellular knowledge Prerequisites This course is intended for engineers sales executive managers technical support and anyone wishing to enhance their existing cellular knowledge Modules The EPC Revisited 3G LTE EPC Architecture eNB MME SGW PDNGW PCRF Interworking Capabilities Protocol stack explored NAS Signalling Default EPS Bearer Slot Allocation Algorithms Scheduling Algorithms Quality of Service requirements Dedicated EPS Bearers LTE Advanced Features Carrier Aggregation Coordinated Multi point Operation CoMP ICIC eICIC Relay Node Deployment Donor eNBs Improved Cell Edge Coverage Reduced Control Plane Latency Heterogeneous Networks HeNB Security Gateways HeNB Gateways MIMO deployments for Downlink Uplink Carrier Aggregation Component Carriers CC CC Aggregation Deployments Intra band contiguous solutions Intra band non contiguous solutions Inter band non contiguous solutions CA Bandwidth Classes Aggregated Transmission Bandwidth Configurations ATBC Possible Carrier Aggregation configurations Rel 9 10 12 MIMO CoMP Technologies MIMO technology in Release 8 Downlink Uplink MIMO Release 8 MIMO Technology in LTE Advanced Downlink 8 layer SU MIMO Downlink MU MIMO Uplink MU MIMO Uplink Transmit Diversity Coordinated Multi point Operation CoMP Independent eNB Remote Base Station Configurations Downlink Coordinated Multi point Transmission Uplink Multi cell Reception ICIC eICIC Introduction to ICIC Evolution from Homogeneous to Heterogeneous Networks Introduction to eICIC Macro pico scenario Macro femto scenario Time Orthogonal frequencies Almost Blank Subframe ABS HeNBs SeGW HNB GW Introduction to the Heterogeneous Network Home eNBs Security Gateways Home eNB Gateways Network Architectures Control Aggregation User Plane Aggregation

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=67 (2016-02-13)
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  • CTTS Group
    Access Network UTRAN Base Station Base Station Structure Modulation Methods Receiver Techniques Cell Capacity Radio Network Controller Radio Resource Management UTRAN Control Functions Services in UMTS Services the Commercial Model QoS QoS Classes QoS a Provocative Approach Service Capabilities as UMTS Service Platforms WAP LCS MexE USAT CAMEL SCE Service Capabilities as Building Blocks UMTS Services Service Concepts Conversational QoS Class Streaming QoS Class Interactive Background Class Virtual Home Environment Security in the UMTS Environment Mutual Authentication Cryptography for Authentication Temporary ID UTRAN Encryption Integrity Protection Security Aspects on the System Network IPSEC MAPSEC Typical Security Attacks Protection of Applications Services Application Layer Security Security of Session Layer AAA Security Mechanisms IMS Security Lawful Interception UMTS Protocols Protocol Reference Architecture Radio Interface Protocol Reference Model UTRAN Protocol Ref Model CN Protocol Ref Model UMTS Protocol Interworking Architecture Transport Network Protocol Aspects Transport Network Physical Layer Traffic Flow Signalling Transport within the CN IP Option for Signalling Transport Radio Network Protocols Radio Network Control Plane Radio Network User Plane System Network Protocols Non Access Stratum Protocols Control Plane between CN Nodes User Plane in the System Network Procedure Examples Protocol Reference Architecture Radio Interface Protocol Reference Model UTRAN Protocol Ref Model CN Protocol Ref Model UMTS Protocol Interworking Architecture Transport Network Protocol Aspects Transport Network Physical Layer Traffic Flow Signalling Transport within the CN IP Option for Signalling Transport Radio Network Protocols Radio Network Control Plane Radio Network User Plane System Network Protocols Non Access Stratum Protocols Control Plane between CN Nodes User Plane in the System Network Paging RRC Connection Set Up Transaction Reasoning Authentication Security Control RRC Connection Release Soft Handover Inter System Handover from UMTS to GSM Circuit Switched Cell Update Location Update to the CN CS Domain Routing Area Update to the CN PS Domain Packet Data

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=66 (2016-02-13)
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    approaches to QoS support Understand the need for cellular offload Describe the interworking capabilities network requirements with 3G LTE networks Describe bandwidth throughput capacities in 802 11 releases Describe the MAC layer requirements and working in 802 11 Explain the difference between CSMA CD and CSMA CA Describe the need for and requirements of the 3GPP AAA server Understand PMIP and its necessity in carrier WiFi Understand Mobile IP capabilities Understand the need for the ANDSF Access Network Discovery Selection Function Course Duration 3 days Course Modules Introduction to IEEE 802 11 IEEE 802 11a b g n ac IEEE 802 11 upper layer specification Association Authentication Procedures in 802 11 DIFS SIFS AIFS their role in accessing the air interface Basic call flow procedures in 802 11 The WLAN Protocol Stack Building a secure access method Network security Implementation of a AAA Introduction to Mobile IP Mobile IPv4 Mobile IPv6 Operational Principles Home Network Home address Foreign Networks Care of Address Home Agent Foreign Agent Binding Introduction to Proxy Mobile IPv6 Components in PMIPv6 The Local Mobility anchor LMA The Mobile Access Gateway MAG The Mobile Node MN The Correspondent Node CN Concepts of Tunnelling PMIPv6 Call Flow Examples Packet Forwarding CN to MN Control Plane Data Plane Security IP Address Assignment Stateless Auotconf IPv6 Selective IP Traffic Offload SIPTO Support with Proxy Mobile IP IP Traffic Offload with PMIPv6 Hotspot 2 0 Carrier WiFi Network Discovery Selection HESSID ANDSF Advertisement Protocol Element Generic Advertisement Service GAS Access Network Query Protocol ANQP QoS Mapping EAP TLS Secure Hotspots 802 11u Hotspot 2 0 ANDSF Access Network Discovery Selection Function ANDSF The ANDSF MO Access Network Discovery information Inter system Mobility Policy ISMP Inter system Routing Policy ISRP UE Location information The Connection Manager Simultaneous Multi Access Connectivity Course Fees

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=71 (2016-02-13)
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    Fallback procedures Understand VoLTE Radio Performance Course Modules Day One 3GPP Standards Body Release 8 Release 12 Supported and expected features The EPC Revisited 3G LTE EPC Architecture eNB MME SGW PDNGW PCRF Interworking Capabilities Protocol stack explored NAS Signalling Initial Attach Procedure Example Default EPS Bearer Quality of Service requirements Dedicated EPS Bearers VoLTE System Architecture LTE Radio LTE Radio Background LTE Radio Architecture Evolved Packet Core EPC Entities Functions EPS Mobility Management IMS Entities Home Subscriber Server Policy Charging Rules Function Day Two VoLTE Functionality Radio Functionality Bearers Schedulers Mobility Circuit Switched Fall Back Handover Mobility from 2G 3G back to LTE Power Saving Features Positioning Services UE Radio Access Capabilities for VoLTE users EPC Functionalities LTE Subscriber Identification PDN Connectivity Establishment EPS Dedicated Bearer Setup IMS Identification IP Multimedia Identification Module Public User Identity Private User Identity Relationship between Public Private Identity Identification of Users device Identification of Network Entities Identification of Services Identification without ISIM Day Three VoLTE End to End Signalling VoLTE Subscription Device Configuration EPS Attach for CSFB IMS VoIP Default Bearer IMS Architecture The Call Session Control Functions CSCFs0 Media Resource Controllers Breakout Gateway Control Function BGCF Media Gateways MGW Media Gateway Controllers MGC Interworking Border Control Functions IBCF the Transition Gateway TrGW Application Servers AS The ISC Interface IMS Service Provisioning Enforcement of Allowed Services Service Triggering Information Selection of the AS AS Behaviour Service Provisioning in Action IMS Registration Constructing the REGISTER Request From the UE to the P CSCF From the P CSCF to the I CSCF From the I CSCF to the S CSCF S CSCF Challenges the UE UE s Response to the Challenge Registration at the S CSCF The 200 OK Response Third Party Registration to Application Servers Subscription to Registration Event Package Re Registration Re Authentication

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=73 (2016-02-13)
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    and need information on best practices and deployments we envisage engineers sales executives support engineers technical managers and anyone wishing to move into this evolving technology Prerequisites A good understanding of mobile technologies together with a basic understanding of LTE EPC would be required as would an understanding of IEEE802 11 working and a sound understanding of IP networks Download Course discription PDF Objectives Upon completion of this course the delegate will be able to Understand the need for WiFi offload Describe Seamless WiFi authentication Describe EAP SIM based users Explain Non SIM users Describe the three phases of seamless WiFi Describe support for 801 1x in Access Points Describe the requirements for EAP SIM Understand SIM Authentication Understand Hotspot 2 0 802 11u Describe the comparison between WiFi LTE Understand SIPTO Describe LIPA Understand the role of the ANDSF Modules The need for seamless WiFi offload IEEE802 11 fundamentals IEEE802 11 versions Carrier Class WiFi LTE Comparisons Trusted Untrusted Networks WiFi LTE Fundamentals WiFi Network Architecture Authentications Policy Control Charging PCC IP Persistence LTE network architecture The 3GPP AAA Server The Wireless Access Gateway WAG Inter RAT Handovers LIPA SIPTO Differences between LIPA SIPTO Impact on Network Architectures Breakout Architectures for off loading Breakout at or above RAN Breakout in residential enterprise IP network Local IP Access using Collocated L GW The HeNB Subsystem Important Call Flows ANDSF Access Network Discovery Selection Function ANDSF The ANDSF MO Access Network Discovery information Inter system Mobility Policy ISMP Inter system Routing Policy ISRP UE Location information The Connection Manager Simultaneous Multi Access Connectivity Course Fees Inc VAT Course Fees Available on Request Date From Date To Dates Available on request Booking Form Booking Information Full Name Job Title Telephone Email No of Delegates Location CTTS Other If alternative please give details

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=75 (2016-02-13)
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  • CTTS Group
    designed for network engineers network planners sales executives support engineers and technical managers requiring information on LTE evolutions into small cell environments Prerequisites It would be expected that the delegate would have a very good understanding of existing LTE deployments protocols and configurations together with a strong IP knowledge with some understanding of algorithmic resource allocation procedures Modules Small cell networks overview Macro cell Pico cell Femtocell Relay RRH Fundamentals of access control in femtocells Shared access Home user vs Cellular user Co spectrum uncoordinated networks Open access Closed access Coverage analysis using the Poisson point process model in heterogeneous networks Spatial distribution Coverage capacity Interference modelling for cognitive femtocells Cognitive Radio Resource Management CRRM Spectrum sensing Secondary spatial reuse protocol Environmental dependent conditions Multiple antenna techniques in small cell networks Zero Forcing ZF Channel state Information at the Transmitter CSIT MIMO Precoding Coordination techniques Physical layer techniques for cognitive femtocell Cognitive Femtocells Decoding the macrocell downlink control channel Transmission opportunities based on Scheduling Power Rate allocation The impact of open and closed access Putting the femtocell at the core of future networks Femtocell coverage optimization Random matrix methods for cooperation in small cell networks Cooperating multiple BS Performance analysis of BS cooperation in dense networks Random Matrix Theory RMT Mobility in small cell networks Effects of frequent handovers Cognitive radio resource management in autonomous femtocell networks CRRM Techniques Autonomously mitigate interference Providing guaranteed QoS Effective radio resource utilisation Decentralized reinforcement learning techniques for interference management in heterogeneous networks Resource allocation optimization in heterogeneous wireless networks Transmission power New strategies for femto macro cellular interference control Revisiting interference control in CDMA Sub band partitioning Interference cancellation Femtocell interference control in standardization Resource allocation ICIC Control channel essentials Spectrum assignment and fairness in femtocell networks Self organization and interference avoidance for

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=76 (2016-02-13)
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  • CTTS Group
    Coordination Function SSCF Message Transfer Part level 3 broadband MTP3 B Internet Protocol IP Signalling transport converter STC Signalling Connection Control Part SCCP Abstract Syntax Notation One ASN 1 in UMTS Radio Resource Control RRC Node B Application Part NBAP Radio Network Subsystem Application Part RNSAP Radio Access Network Application Part RANAP ATM Adaptation Layer Type 2 AAL2L3 ALCAP IU User Plane Protocol Adaptive Multi Rate AMR Terminal Adaptation Function TAF Radio Link Protocol RLP Packet Data Convergence Protocol PDCP Broadcast Multicast Control BMC Circuit switched Mobility Management MM Circuit switched Call Control CC Example mobile originated call circuit switched Packet switched Mobility Management GMM Packet switched Session Management SM Example activate PDP context packet switched Module Two Introduction to Network Monitoring Troubleshooting and Network Optimisation Iub monitoring IMA Fractional ATM Loadsharing and addressing on Iub Troubleshooting Iub monitoring scenarios Iu monitoring Network optimisation network troubleshooting Module Three UMTS UTRAN Signalling Procedures Message flows Iub Node B Setup Iub IMSI GPRS attach procedure Iub CS mobile originated call Iub CS mobile terminated call Iub PS PDP context activation deactivation Iub IMSI GPRS detach procedure RRC measurement procedures Iub physical channel reconfiguration PDPC Channel type switching Iub mobile originated with soft handover inter node B intra RNC Iub softer handover Iub Iu location update Iub Iu mobile originated call Iub Iu attach Iub Iu PDPC activation deactivation Iub Iu detach Iub Iu soft handover inter node B inter RNC Iub Iu forward handover inter node B inter RNC SRNS relocation UE not involved SRNS relocation UE involved Short Message Service SMS in UMTS networks Module Four Signalling Procedures in the 3G Core Network message flows ISUP BICC call setup Gn interface signalling Procedures on Gs interface Signalling on interfaces toward HLR Inter 3G MSC handover procedure Inter 3G 2G 3G MSC

    Original URL path: http://www.cable-training.co.uk/courseDetails.asp?courseId=77 (2016-02-13)
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