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Mobile Cellular Network

Mobile Cellular Network

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OAS Department of Scholarships and Training
AICD/DBC/CIR. 128/20041)Venue:
The distance education platform of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU),Center of Excellence for the Americas Region.
2)Offered by:
The Excellence Network Node and the Regional Training Center of CITEL:
Catholic University of Uruguay (UCU)
Tel: (598-2) 487-2717, ext. 308/212, Fax: (598-2) 487-2842, e-mail:lpeluffo@ucu.edu.uy
3)Coordinator:
Ms. Melba de Reyes, Director, Excellence Center for the Americas Region. Tel:(54-351) 414-4444, e-mail:excelencia-cursos@ubp.edu.ar 
4)Modality:
Online course of international certification, 6 credits.
5)Starting and ending dates:
October 25 to December 3, 2004.
6)Duration of the course:
Eight (8) weeks.
7)Language:
Spanish and English
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8)Objective:
To offer participants, based on basic aspects of planning, the strategy, applicationsand tools to design cellular networks, analysis of the different technologies related to thesubject and the tools for understanding how the evolution from 2nd generation technology of cellular systems to 3rd in an effort to be ready to meet the challenges of today’s market.
9)Specific objectives:
Learn and analyze the most important criteria used in the technical and operationalplanning of a cellular telecommunication network.
Analyze the possibilities for Internet use through mobile terminals resulting in anopportunity for new application development.
Learn, based on the availability of economic and financial resources to the cellular telephony operator, the way in which they affect decisions about the technology to use, theservices development strategy, and the conditions of the regulatory framework to apply tothe market where it operates.
10)Program:Module 1: Basic Planning Concepts
Introduction to cellular telephony systems.-Definitions and terminology.-Basic topology of a cellular network.-Comparison of mobile telephony networks with conventional telephony networks.
Key considerations in cellular network design.
1889 “F” Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 - Tel. (202) 458-3900, Fax (202) 458-3897E-mail: scholarships@oas.org
 
Professional Development Course in Telecommunications
Mobile Cellular Network Planning and Design
 
-Criteria for choosing the technology to utilize.-Description of the planning criteria and their relationship with the technology used.-Impact of regulatory issues in cellular network design.
Module 2: Cellular Network Planning
Coverage planning.
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Study of wireless link models, analysis of Okumura-Hata methods, cost, etc.-Concept of link equation.-Assessment methods for coverage planning.
Level of service planning.-Frequency reuse standards.
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Traffic model for mobile application subscribers.-Teletraffic engineering analysis.
Quality of service planning-Co-channel and adjacent channel interference resolution.
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Concept of transfer (hands-off), and planning transfer zones (hands-off).
Module 3: Customizing Strategies for Cellular Network Planning
Modifications in the demand for resources by traffic requirements.
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Techniques such as cell-splitting, multiple levels of coverage, forced hand-offs, etc.
Introduction of data transmission services in the cellular network.-Difficulties in shaping mobile data users. Approach options.
Module 4: Analysis of 1st Generation of Cellular Technologies
Key Characteristics.-Key Characteristics of 1st Generation cellular systems.-Study of FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access) techniques employed.
1st Generation Network Topology.-Network components.-Interface between the cellular network and the PSTN (Public Switch Telephone Network).-Data transmission possibilities on 1st generation networks.
Module 5: Digitalization of the Cellular Radio Interface: 2nd Generation of Cellular Systems
Voice Digitalization and Speech Compression.-Compression techniques. Human vocal tract model. Efficiency vs. Quality and delay.-Speech Compression Compatibility with data transmission on the vocal band.
Analysis of 2nd generation cellular technologies.-Time-division multiple access on the radio link, TDMA and CDMA-FH technologies on IS-54,IS-136 and GSM systems.-Code division multiple access direct sequence (CDMA-DS) and its application on the CDMA-One system.
Module 6: Analysis of Cellular Technologies for Packet Transmission (2.5G)
 
Radio Link Packet Switching.-Characteristics of a cellular network for data packet transmission.-Difficulties in packet routing resulting from user mobility.-Typical applications of 2.5G technologies.
1889 “F” Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 - Tel. (202) 458-3900, Fax (202) 458-3897E-mail: scholarships@oas.org
 
Topology of cellular packet transmission networks.-Analysis of CDPD, GPRS and 1X networks.-Interconnection of cellular packet network with public [switching] packet network, like Internet.
Module 7: Analysis of the 3rd Generation Cellular Technologies. Cellular NetworkConvergence
Most important characteristics of 3rd generation networks.-Topology of 3rd generation networks.-Problems in radio spectrum allocation.-Planning for multi-service network traffic.
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rd
Generation Possibilities.-Developed Technologies: UMTS, W-CDMA, etc.-Possible convergence applications and challenges for operator marketing departments.
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WLAN Technologies vs. 3
rd
generation, analysis of whether they compete or complement eachother.-Protocols and interfaces open to develop IP applications on mobile terminals. Analysis of PDAvs. cellular terminal.
Module 8: Interfaces between Cellular Operator Networks and Value Added Services
Mobility of users on different operator networks.-Concept of roaming, description and necessary points of agreement between operators.-Analysis of signaling protocols involved in roaming between operators.
Value added services and flexible service plans.-Service platforms vs. intelligent networks. The problem of operator scale.-Open protocols to include value added services provided by third parties.
11)Methodology:
The distance course will be given over an eight (8) week period on the ITUdistance education platform. Each week, tutors will assist participants entering the Web to: a)access the course session, b) read support materials, c) download the assigned exercises or activities, d) complete or develop the activity or exercise each week and e) post their responses for the tutors to examine, assess and make clarifications as required. In addition, ona weekly basis the tutors will return to the group a consolidated analysis of their responses aswell as individual clarifications and corrections as needed. The evaluation process will bebased on Internet on-line exams and study projects on the Modules in progress.
12)Requirements:
a)
Be a citizen or permanent resident of one of the OAS Member States (residents must sendcopy of valid visa), except Uruguay, as this is the host country of the offering institution.b)Participant profile: Managers, directors, division chiefs, professionals and technicians fromregulatory agencies, operating companies and equipment suppliers with experience in strategicplanning, network planning and/or regulatory issues, and IP wishing to familiarize themselveswith mobile telecommunication technologies that allow, through new interfaces, thedevelopment of applications.c)Candidates should have a minimum of two years experience in the sector d)Participants must have access to computers and an Internet connection, subject to thefollowing technical specifications:
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Computer:
Must be able to use the latest browsers.
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Internet Access:
Candidates must have access to the Internet from their home or workplace. The minimum acceptable modem speed is 28.8 kbps.
1889 “F” Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 - Tel. (202) 458-3900, Fax (202) 458-3897E-mail: scholarships@oas.org

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