Advanced Wireless Technology Group (AWTG) Ltd presents: Three day training course on UMTS

Course presenter Professor Hamid Aghvami

www.awtg.co.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008

He has been member.co. and Professor in Telecommunications Engineering in 1992. Engineers. In conjunction with his role at Kings College London he is also AWTG’s non executive chairman.Objectives To provide participants with the latest information and knowledge of UMTS radio access and core network and optimization challenges. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. 3GPP release 99. He is a distinguished lecturer and a member of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Communications Society.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008 . Examine the radio access and core network in further detail explaining the functions and services provided to the end user. These projects are supported both by the government and industry. power control. London University in 1984. Fellow of the IET and Senior Member of the IEEE. Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the technical programme and organising committees of a large number of international conferences. Project Managers. Who should attend Senior Managers.awtg. Professor Aghvami leads an active research team working on numerous mobile and personal communications projects for third and fourth generation systems. In 1989 he was promoted to Reader. He is currently the Director of the Centre for Telecommunications Research at King’s. Marketing. 4. plus those already involved in second and third generation mobile systems Aim of the course: · · · · · · · · Understand the evolution from GSM to UMTS. Parameters used for cell reselection. Professor Aghvami carries out consulting work on Digital Radio Communications Systems for both British and International companies. He was Visiting Professor at NTT Radio Communication Systems Laboratories in 1990 and Senior Research Fellow at BT Laboratories in 1998-1999. He has published over 350 technical papers and given invited talks all over the world on various aspects of Personal and Mobile Radio Communications as well as giving courses on the subject worldwide. handover and hard handover Performance management and optimization challenges Professor Hamid Aghvami course presenter Professor Hamid Aghvami joined the academic staff at King’s College. Examine UMTS Radio Access Network ( UTRAN) Understand the UMTS Core Network.5 and 6 Understand UMTS protocols. www.

Transport Block Set. PRACH. SRB #3. Transmission Time Interval (TTI)) · Transport Format (TF) – (The dynamic part. Power Control ) · Uplink Data Processing Path (CRC Attachment. SRB #4) · Main Functions of the Physical Layer (Channel Coding. Radio Frame Equalization. PDSCH) · Mapping of Transport Channels onto Physical Channels · Physical Channels needed for System Operation (DPCCH. Transport Block Size.Example for RB and SRB configuration (SRB #1.co.00 . Radio Interface Synchronisation) · Channel concepts in UTRAN (Logical Channels. CPICH. P-CCPCH. Channel Coding. CSICH. The semi-static part.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008 . Downlink Power Control. PCPCH. Spreading and Modulation. Mapping of Transport Channels onto Physical Channels. Dedicated Physical Channels. SCH. Open Loop Power Control. PICH) · Frame Structure of UL DPDCH DPCCH / DPDCH. Rate Matching ) · Physical Channels carrying Transport Channel (Common Physical Channels. Closed Loop Power Control ) · Handover www. Transport Channel Multiplexing. SRB #2.00 .00 · Introduction to UMTS/IMT-2000 · UMTS definition and requirements · Migration from second generation to UMTS · GPRS · EDGE · Introduction to UTRA · Latest development on IMT-2000 RTT · WCDMA · UTRA Radio Interface Architecture (Signalling Radio Bearers (SRB).awtg. AICH.17.12. Transport Channels. Transport Block Concatenation / Code Block Segmentation. SCCPCH. 1st Interleaving.00 · Realization of Variable Bit Rate in Uplink · Frame Structure of Downlink DPDCH DPCCH / DPDCH. Physical Channels) · Data Transfer on Transport Channels (Transport Block. Transport Block Set Size. Radio Frame Segmentation. AP-AICH and CD/CA-ICH. DPCCH · Data rate on Downlink DPDCH · Power Control (Uplink Power Control. DPCCH · Data rates on Uplink DPDCH 14. Transport Format Indicator ) · Transport Channel multiplexing . Transport Format Set (TFS). User Plane Radio Bearers (RB) .UMTS Course Programme Day 1 8. DPDCH.

System Information Messages. PDCP PDU Format Broadcast / Multicast Control (BMC) · · · · www. Lossless SRNS Relocation. PRACH / AICH Timing. Buffer Control. MAC PDU Header.00 · · Lower Layer Functions and Protocols UTRAN Radio Interface Protocol Reference Model Control plane. RRC Functions. Common Channels.00 . RRC Layer Model. PRACH Message Code CPCH Access Procedure (PCPCH / AICH Timing) Power Control Preamble Downlink Shared Channel Paging Indicator Channel PICH / PCH Association Radio Frame Timing Uplink / Downlink Timing at UE Rate Matching (Rate Matching Attribute. Layer 2 (RLC and MAC) Data Flow Media Access Control (MAC) Layer MAC Services.12. MAC Functions.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008 . MAC Layer Architecture.co. Data Processing Path for System Information Message RACH Procedure . AICH Signature.awtg. RLC Layer Data Processing (acknowledged mode). Uplink Radio Frame Structure. RACH Preamble Code. Shared Channels. RRC Message Encoding Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP) PDCP Services. Rate Matching Procedure) Compressed Mode Day 2 8. User plane. SIB Schedule Example. MAC Header Formats. RLC PDU Format. RLC AMD Status and Padding Indication Radio Resource Control (RRC) Layer RRC Services.RACH Access Slots. SIB Transmission. RLC Functions. Header Compression of IP Data Streams. Downlink Radio Frame Structure) Cell Search Procedure System Information Blocks (SIB) -SIB Scheduling. Physical Layer. Softer Handover Site Selection Diversity Transmission (SSDT) Relocation Channel Types for Data Transfer (Dedicated Channels. MAC Header and Channel Mapping.· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Soft and Softer Handovers Soft Handover. MAC Header Allocation Radio Link Control (RLC) Layer RLC Services. Traffic Monitoring. MAC Layer Data Processing.

RRC Connection Release. Radio Bearer Release. UE Identifiers in UTRAN. Iu FP Initialization. Iu Bearer Release. User Authentication.14. User Equipment Registration.c and Iu. Downlink AMR Data Transfer. QoS classes and attributes.co. Iu Bearer Establishment. AMR – AAL2 Transmission Packet Data Transaction Establishment PS Transaction Establishment. RAB Subflow Assignment. RAB Subflow Combination Set. Iu.p.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008 . Authentication and Security Parameters. Signalling Connection Establishment. Iu Bearer Establishment. Authentication Vector (Quintet). Authentication.00 · · · · Protocol layered model for air interface. CS Call Establishment. Radio Link Addition. Iub Bearer Setup. PS Transaction Release Soft Handover Measurement Reporting. RRC States. Release 99 attributes Security Procedures 2G Security Challenge. Mobility Management State Model. Ciphering. Active Setup Update.awtg. Iur. Security Features. Active Setup Update Remove. RAB Establishment. Mobility Management Procedures Location concepts. Integrity Protection Signalling Connection Management Non Access Stratum Messages Exchange Elementary Procedures State Transition during Packet Flow Mobile Originated Call Establishment RRC Connection Setup. PDP context transfer RRC and connection setup procedures. Service States and RRC Modes (Example) Quality of Service Classes QoS attributes. Iub. CS Call Release. Network Authentication. Security Mode Setup. Radio Bearer Establishment. Radio Link Deletion · · · · · · · · · · www. RAB Release.00-17. Iu Bearer Release AMR Speech Connection Establishment AMR Codec Generic Format.

Day 3 8.uk Proprietary and Confidential Aug 2008 .( questions and answers) www.00-17.00 · · Detailed capacity and coverage planning Network optimisation performance using data collection tools and optimizer · Problem solving session.co.00 .00 · Radio Network Planning · Model Tuning · Network Dimensioning · Detailed capacity and coverage planning · Network optimisation 14.12.awtg.

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