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Customer Training Catalog Course Descriptions

Customer Training Catalog


Course Descriptions
GSM Training

HUAWEI Learning Service


2014

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Customer Training Catalog Course Descriptions

CONTENTS
1.1

Training Course Descriptions ............................................................................................................... 7

1.2

GSM Product Technology Training Courses Descriptions .....................................................................15


1.2.1

OMC00 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product Description ....................................................................15

1.2.2

OMC01 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Operation and Maintenance ........................................................16

1.2.3

OMC02 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Data Configuration ......................................................................17

1.2.4

OMC03 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Installation and Commissioning ...................................................18

1.2.5

OMC04 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Troubleshooting ..........................................................................19

1.2.6

OMB00 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product Description .......................................................................20

1.2.7

OMB01 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................21

1.2.8

OMB02 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Data Configuration ........................................................................22

1.2.9

OMB03 MBTS GO V1R2 installation and commissioning .............................................................23

1.2.10

OMC05 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product Description ....................................................................24

1.2.11

OMC06 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation and Maintenance ........................................................25

1.2.12

OMC07 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Data Configuration......................................................................26

1.2.13

OMC08 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Installation and Commissioning ...................................................27

1.2.14

OMC09 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Troubleshooting ..........................................................................28

1.2.15

OMB04 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product Description .......................................................................29

1.2.16

OMB05 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................30

1.2.17

OMB06 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Data Configuration ........................................................................31

1.2.18

OMB07 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Installation and Commissioning .....................................................32

1.2.19

OMC13 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Dimensioning .............................................................................33

1.2.20

OMC14 BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R12 Delta ................................................................................34

1.2.21

OMC15 BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R11 Delta.................................................................................35

1.2.22

OMB10 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product Description .......................................................................36

1.2.23

OMB11 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product Description .......................................................................37

1.2.24

OMB12 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Commissioning .............................................................................38

1.2.25

OMB13 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Data Configuration ........................................................................39

1.2.26

OMB14 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 data configuration .........................................................................40

1.2.27

OMB15 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................41

1.2.28

OMB16 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................42

1.2.29

OMB17 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V3R8 Troubleshooting ....................................................................43

1.2.30

OMC16 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product Description ......................................................................44

1.2.31

OMC17 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................45

1.2.32

OMC18 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data Configuration .......................................................................46

1.2.33

OMC19 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade ................................................47

1.2.34

OMC20 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Feature ........................................................................................48

1.2.35

OMC21 BSC6000 GSM V9R8C12 Delta Training.........................................................................49

1.2.36

OMB18 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Special Topic ................................................................................50

1.2.37

OMC22 PCU6000 (External PCU) Operation and Maintenance ....................................................51

1.2.38

OMC23 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Troubleshooting............................................................................53

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1.2.39

OMC24 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Advanced troubleshooting Training................................................54

1.2.40

OMC25 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 TOP10 Alarm................................................................................55

1.2.41

OMC26 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 IP Topic ........................................................................................56

1.2.42

OMB19 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Product Description ....................................................................57

1.2.43

OMB20 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Product Description ....................................................................58

1.2.44

OMB21 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Commissioning ..........................................................................59

1.2.45

OMB22 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Data Configuration......................................................................60

1.2.46

OMB23 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 data configuration ......................................................................61

1.2.47

OMB24 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance ........................................................62

1.2.48

OMB25 DB3900 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance ..........................................................63

1.2.49

OMB26 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Troubleshooting .........................................................................64

1.2.50

OMC27 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Product Description....................................................................65

1.2.51

OMC28 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Operation and Maintenance .......................................................66

1.2.52

OMC29 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Data Configuration .....................................................................67

1.2.53

OMC30 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade ..............................................68

1.2.54

OMC31 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 BSS Signaling Flow and analysis .........................................69

1.2.55

OMC32 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 HSCSD Introduction ............................................................70

1.2.56

OMC33 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 Troubleshooting ...................................................................71

1.2.57

OMC34 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Product Description ............................................................72

1.2.58

OMC35 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Operation and Maintenance ................................................73

1.2.59

OMC36 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Data Configuration .............................................................74

1.2.60

OMC37 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Installation and Commissioning...........................................75

1.2.61

OMC38 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Troubleshooting..................................................................76

1.2.62

OMB27 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Product Description ............................................................77

1.2.63

OMB28 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Operation and Maintenance ................................................78

1.2.64

OMB29 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Data Configuration..............................................................79

1.2.65

OMB30 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 installation and commissioning ............................................80

1.2.66

OMC39 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 BSS Signaling Flow and analysis ........................................81

1.2.67

OMC40 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 HSCSD Introduction ...........................................................82

1.2.68

OMB31 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R2 Troubleshooting ....................................................................83

1.2.69

OMB32 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R3 Troubleshooting ....................................................................84

1.2.70

OMC50 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Product Description...............................................................85

1.2.71

OMC51 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Operation and Maintenance ..................................................86

1.2.72

OMC52 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Configuration ................................................................87

1.2.73

OMC53 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Installation and Commissioning .............................................88

1.2.74

OMC54 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Troubleshooting ....................................................................89

1.2.75

OMB33 MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description ....................................................................90

1.2.76

OMB34 MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and Maintenance........................................................91

1.2.77

OMB35 MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Configuration .....................................................................92

1.2.78

OMB36 MBTS GSM V100R004 Installation and Commissioning ..................................................93

1.2.79

OMC55 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Dimensioning........................................................................94

1.2.80

OMC56 BSC6900 GSM V900R012 - V900R013 Delta .................................................................95

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1.2.81

OMB37 MBTS GSM V100R004 Troubleshooting .........................................................................96

1.2.82

OMC58 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Reconfiguration ............................................................97

1.2.83

OMB38 MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Reconfiguration..................................................................98

1.2.84

OMC59 BSC6900 GSM V900R011 Data Reconfiguration.............................................................99

1.2.85

OMB39 MBTS GSM V100R002 Data Reconfiguration................................................................ 100

1.2.86

OMC60 BSC6900 GSM V900R012 Data Reconfiguration .......................................................... 101

1.2.87

OMB40 MBTS GSM V100R003 Data Reconfiguration................................................................ 102

1.2.88

OMC61 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Product Description............................................................. 103

1.2.89

OMC62 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Operation and Maintenance ................................................ 104

1.2.90

OMC63 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Configuration .............................................................. 105

1.2.91

OMC64 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Installation and Commissioning ........................................... 106

1.2.92

OMC65 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Reconfiguration .......................................................... 107

1.2.93

OMC66 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Migration ............................................................................ 108

1.2.94

OMC67 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Expanding .......................................................................... 109

1.2.95

OMC68 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Dimensioning...................................................................... 110

1.2.96

OMC69 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 - V900R014 Delta ............................................................... 111

1.2.97

OMC70 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Troubleshooting .................................................................. 112

1.2.98

OMB41 MBTS GSM V100R007 Product Description .................................................................. 113

1.2.99

OMB42 MBTS GSM V100R007 Operation and Maintenance...................................................... 114

1.2.100

OMB43 MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Configuration ................................................................... 115

1.2.101

OMB44 MBTS GSM V100R007 Installation and Commissioning ................................................ 116

1.2.102

OMB45 MBTS GSM V100R007 Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 117

1.2.103

OMB46 MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Reconfiguration................................................................ 118

1.2.104

OMB47 MBTS GSM V100R007 Expanding ............................................................................... 119

1.2.105

OMB48 MBTS GSM V100R007 Migration.................................................................................. 120

1.2.106

OMC71 GSM IPRAN Fundamental ............................................................................................ 121

1.2.107

OMC72 GSM IPRAN MSTP/PTN Networking ............................................................................ 122

1.2.108

OMC73 GSM IPRAN Networking Planing .................................................................................. 123

1.2.109

OMC74 GSM IPRAN Feature Application ................................................................................ 124

1.2.110

OMC75 GSM IPRAN Maintenance and Monitoring .................................................................... 126

1.2.111

OMC76 GSM IPRAN Troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 127

1.2.112

OMC77 GSM IPRAN Principles for Interfaces over IP ................................................................ 128

1.2.113

OMC78 BSC6900 GSM V900R013-V900R014 Upgrade ............................................................ 129

1.2.114

OMC79 MBTS GSM V100R004 - V100R007 Upgrade ............................................................... 130

1.2.115

OMB49 GSM BSS14.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance ......................................................... 131

1.2.116

OMC80 GSM IPRAN A over IP Reconstruction .......................................................................... 132

1.2.117

OMC81 GSM IPRAN Gb over IP Reconstruction........................................................................ 133

1.2.118

OMC82 GSM IPRAN Abis over IP Reconstruction ...................................................................... 134

1.2.119

OMC83 GSM BSS14.0 Emergency Maintenance ....................................................................... 135

1.2.120

OMC84 GSM BSS14.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance for Large Traffic .................... 136

1.2.121

OMC85 BSC6900 GSM Fault Information Collecting .................................................................. 137

1.2.122

OMC86 BSC6900 CS Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 138

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1.2.123

OMC87 BSC6900 PS Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 139

1.2.124

OMC88 BSC6900 IP Transmission Troubleshooting................................................................... 140

1.2.125

OMC89 BSC6900 Clock Troubleshooting .................................................................................. 141

1.2.126

OMC90 BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Product Description............................................................. 142

1.2.127

OMC91 BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Product Description............................................................. 143

1.2.128

OMC92 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Operation and Maintenance................................. 144

1.2.129

OMC93 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data Configuration .............................................. 145

1.2.130

OMC94 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Installation and Commissioning............................ 146

1.2.131

OMC95 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data Reconfiguration ........................................... 147

1.2.132

OMC96 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Migration ............................................................. 148

1.2.133

OMC97 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Expanding........................................................... 149

1.2.134

OMC98 BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Dimensioning...................................................................... 150

1.2.135

OMC99 BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Dimensioning...................................................................... 151

1.2.136

OMC01 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Troubleshooting .................................................. 152

1.2.137

OMB49 MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description .................................................................. 153

1.2.138

OMB50 MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and Maintenance...................................................... 154

1.2.139

OMB51 MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration ................................................................... 155

1.2.140

OMB52 MBTS GSM V100R008 Installation and Commissioning ................................................ 156

1.2.141

OMB53 MBTS GSM V100R008 Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 157

1.2.142

OMB54 MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Reconfiguration................................................................ 158

1.2.143

OMB55 MBTS GSM V100R008 Expanding ............................................................................... 159

1.2.144

OMB56 MBTS GSM V100R008 Migration.................................................................................. 160

1.2.145

OMC02 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Patch and Upgrade ............................................. 161

1.2.146

OMC03 MBTS GSM V100R008 Patch and Upgrade................................................................ 162

1.2.147

OMB57 GSM BSS15.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance ......................................................... 163

1.2.148

OMC04 GSM BSS15.0 Emergency Maintenance ....................................................................... 164

1.2.149

OMC05 GSM BSS15.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance for Large Traffic .................... 165

1.2.150

OMC06 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Fault Information Collecting .................................................. 166

1.2.151

OMC07 BSC6900/BSC6910 CS Troubleshooting....................................................................... 167

1.2.152

OMC08 BSC6900/BSC6910 PS Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 168

1.2.153

OMC09 BSC6900/BSC6910 IP Transmission Troubleshooting ................................................... 169

1.2.154

OMC10 BSC6900/BSC6910 Clock Troubleshooting ................................................................... 170

1.2.155

OMC11 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for Hardware ........................... 171

1.2.156

OMB58 MBTS GSM V100R007 - V100R008 Delta for Hardware ................................................ 172

1.2.157

OMC13 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for New Maintainability and

Testability Feature ....................................................................................................................................... 173


1.2.158

OMC14 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for New Feature ...................... 174

1.2.159

OMC15 CME GSM V200R012 - V200R013 Delta ...................................................................... 175

1.3

GSM WBT Product Technology Training Courses Descriptions ........................................................... 176


1.3.1

BSC6900 GSM V9R13 Product Description(WBT) ..................................................................... 176

1.3.2

BSC6900 GSM Initial Data Configuration Based on CME(WBT) ................................................. 177

1.3.3

BSC6900 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT) ..................................................................................... 178

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1.3.4

MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description(WBT)..................................................................... 179

1.3.5

MBTS GSM Initial Data Configuration (WBT) ............................................................................. 180

1.3.6

MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and Maintenance(WBT) ........................................................ 181

1.3.7

MBTS V100R004 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT) ......................................................................... 182

1.4

GSM RNP RNO Training Course Descriptions ................................................................................... 183


1.4.1

OMA00 BSC6000 GSM Air Interface ......................................................................................... 183

1.4.2

OMA01 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Air Interface .......................................................................... 184

1.4.3

OMA02 BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface ............................................................................. 185

1.4.4

OMA03 BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface ............................................................. 186

1.4.5

OMO00 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Functionality .................................................................... 187

1.4.6

OMO01 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Functionality ............................................. 188

1.4.7

OMO02 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Features ......................................................................... 189

1.4.8

OMO03 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Features ................................................... 190

1.4.9

OMO04 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Performance Management............................................... 191

1.4.10

OMO05 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Performance Management ........................ 192

1.4.11

OMO06 GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Features .................................................... 193

1.4.12

OMO07 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Features ............................. 194

1.4.13

OMO08 GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Performance Management ......................... 195

1.4.14

OMO09 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Performance Management... 196

1.4.15

OMO10 GSM 2G/3G/4G Interoperability .................................................................................... 197

1.4.16

OMO13 BSC6000 GSM Radio Network Optimization ................................................................. 198

1.4.17

OMO14 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Radio Network Optimization ................................................. 199

1.4.18

OMO15 BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Optimization .................................................... 200

1.4.19

OMO16 BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Optimization ..................................... 201

1.4.20

OMP00 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Planning .......................................................................... 202

1.4.21

OMP00 GSM Antenna Basics.................................................................................................... 203

1.4.22

OMP01 GSM Radio Network Planning ...................................................................................... 204

1.4.23

OMO11 GSM Highway and High-speed Railway Solution ........................................................... 205

1.4.24

OMO15 GSM BSS14.0 Feature Delta........................................................................................ 206

1.4.25

OMO17 GSM BSS15.0 Feature Delta........................................................................................ 207

1.4.26

OMA04 Evolved EDGE ............................................................................................................. 208

1.4.27

OMA05 GPRS EDGE Signaling................................................................................................. 209

1.4.28

OMP03 Common Components for Indoor Coverage and Repeater Introduction .......................... 210

1.4.29

OMP04 GSM Indoor Coverage Planning and Optimization ......................................................... 211

1.4.30

OMO12 GSM Indoor Coverage Solution .................................................................................... 212

1.4.31

OMA50 GSM Radio Channel(WBT)........................................................................................... 213

1.4.32

OMO51 BSC6900 GSM GPRS EDGE PM System and Counters Overview(WBT) ...................... 214

1.4.33

OMA51 GSM System Technology(WBT) .................................................................................... 215

1.4.34

OMP51 In-building Coverage Overview(WBT) ........................................................................... 216

1.4.35

OMO52 BSC6900 Signaling Trace Introduction(WBT) ................................................................ 217

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1.1 Training Course Descriptions


GSM Training Courses are designed as follows:
Duration
Code

Training Courses

Level

(working
days)

Training

Class

Location

Size

GSM Product Technology Training Courses


OMC00

BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC01

BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC02

BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMC03

BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMC04

BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB00

BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB01

BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB02

BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB03

MBTS GO V1R2 installation and commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMC05

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC06

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC07

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMC08

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMC09

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB04

BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB05

BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB06

BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB07

BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMC13

BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Dimensioning

6 ~ 12

OMC14

BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R12 Delta

6 ~ 12

OMC15

BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R11 Delta

6 ~ 12

OMB10

BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product Description

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB11

BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product Description

6 ~ 12

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OMB12

BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMB13

BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB14

BTS3900 GSM V3R8 data configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB15

BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB16

BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB17

BTS/DBS3900 GSM V3R8 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMC16

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC17

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC18

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMC19

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade

6 ~ 12

OMC20

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Feature

6 ~ 12

OMC21

BSC6000 GSM V9R8C12 Delta Training

6 ~ 12

OMB18

BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Special Topic

6 ~ 12

OMC22

PCU6000 (External PCU) Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC23

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC24

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Advanced troubleshooting Training

6 ~ 12

OMC25

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 TOP10 Alarm

6 ~ 12

OMC26

BSC6000 GSM V9R8 IP Topic

6 ~ 12

OMB19

BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Product Description

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB20

DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Product Description

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB21

DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMB22

BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB23

DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 data configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB24

BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB25

DB3900 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB26

DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMC27

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC28

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

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OMC29

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMC30

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMC31

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 BSS Signaling Flow and


analysis

OMC32

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 HSCSD Introduction

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC33

BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 Troubleshooting

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC34

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC35

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC36

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMC37

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Installation and


Commissioning

OMC38

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB27

DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB28

DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB29

DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMB30

OMC39

DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 installation and


commissioning
BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 BSS Signaling Flow and
analysis

OMC40

BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 HSCSD Introduction

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB31

BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R2 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB32

BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R3 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC50

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC51

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC52

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMC53

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Installation and


Commissioning

OMC54

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB33

MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB34

MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

OMB35

MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

OMB36

MBTS GSM V100R004 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMC55

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Dimensioning

6 ~ 12

OMC56

BSC6900 GSM V900R012 - V900R013 Delta

6 ~ 12

OMB37

MBTS GSM V100R004 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC58

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMB38

MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMC59

BSC6900 GSM V900R011 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMB39

MBTS GSM V100R002 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMC60

BSC6900 GSM V900R012 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMB40

MBTS GSM V100R003 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMC61

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMC62

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC63

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Configuration

6 ~ 12

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC64

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Installation and


Commissioning

OMC65

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Reconfiguration

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC66

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Migration

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC67

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Expanding

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC68

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Dimensioning

6 ~ 12

OMC69

BSC6900 GSM V900R013 - V900R014 Delta

6 ~ 12

OMC70

BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB41

MBTS GSM V100R007 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB42

MBTS GSM V100R007 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB43

MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Configuration

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMB44

MBTS GSM V100R007 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMB45

MBTS GSM V100R007 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB46

MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Reconfiguration

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMB47

MBTS GSM V100R007 Expanding

0.5

6 ~ 12

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OMB48

MBTS GSM V100R007 Migration

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC71

GSM IPRAN Fundamental

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC72

GSM IPRAN MSTP/PTN Networking

6 ~ 12

OMC73

GSM IPRAN Networking Planing

6 ~ 12

OMC74

GSM IPRAN Feature Application

1.75

6 ~ 12

OMC75

GSM IPRAN Maintenance and Monitoring

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC76

GSM IPRAN Troubleshooting

0.25

6 ~ 12

OMC77

GSM IPRAN Principles for Interfaces over IP

0.25

6 ~ 12

OMC78

BSC6900 GSM V900R013-V900R014 Upgrade

6 ~ 12

OMC79

MBTS GSM V100R004 - V100R007 Upgrade

6 ~ 12

OMB49

GSM BSS14.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC80

GSM IPRAN A over IP Reconstruction

6 ~ 12

OMC81

GSM IPRAN Gb over IP Reconstruction

6 ~ 12

OMC82

GSM IPRAN Abis over IP Reconstruction

6 ~ 12

OMC83

GSM BSS14.0 Emergency Maintenance

0.5

6 ~ 12

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC84

GSM BSS14.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance


for Large Traffic

OMC85

BSC6900 GSM Fault Information Collecting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC86

BSC6900 CS Troubleshooting

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC87

BSC6900 PS Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMC88

BSC6900 IP Transmission Troubleshooting

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC89

BSC6900 Clock Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC90

BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Product Description

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC91

BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Product Description

0.5

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

1.5

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMC92
OMC93
OMC94
OMC95

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Operation and


Maintenance
BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data Configuration
BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Installation and
Commissioning
BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

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Reconfiguration
OMC96

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Migration

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC97

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Expanding

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC98

BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Dimensioning

6 ~ 12

OMC99

BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Dimensioning

6 ~ 12

OMC01

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMB49

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description

6 ~ 12

OMB50

MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMB51

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMB52

MBTS GSM V100R008 Installation and Commissioning

6 ~ 12

OMB53

MBTS GSM V100R008 Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB54

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Reconfiguration

6 ~ 12

OMB55

MBTS GSM V100R008 Expanding

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMB56

MBTS GSM V100R008 Migration

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC02

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Patch and Upgrade

6 ~ 12

OMC03

MBTS GSM V100R008 Patch and Upgrade

6 ~ 12

OMB57

GSM BSS15.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance

6 ~ 12

OMC04

GSM BSS15.0 Emergency Maintenance

0.5

6 ~ 12

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC05

GSM BSS15.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance


for Large Traffic

OMC06

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Fault Information Collecting

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMC07

BSC6900/BSC6910 CS Troubleshooting

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC08

BSC6900/BSC6910 PS Troubleshooting

6 ~ 12

OMC09

BSC6900/BSC6910 IP Transmission Troubleshooting

1.5

6 ~ 12

OMC10

BSC6900/BSC6910 Clock Troubleshooting

0.5

6 ~ 12

0.17

6 ~ 12

0.17

6 ~ 12

0.25

6 ~ 12

OMC11
OMB58
OMC13

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta


for Hardware
MBTS GSM V100R007 - V100R008 Delta for Hardware
BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta
for New Maintainability and Testability Feature

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OMC14
OMC15

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta

0.25

6 ~ 12

0.17

6 ~ 12

1H

No limit

1H

No limit

for New Feature


CME GSM V200R012 - V200R013 Delta

GSM WBT Product Technology Training Courses


N/A
N/A

BSC6900 GSM V9R13 Product Description(WBT)


BSC6900 GSM Initial Data Configuration Based on
CME(WBT)

N/A

BSC6900 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT)

1H

No limit

N/A

MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description(WBT)

1H

No limit

N/A

MBTS GSM Initial Data Configuration (WBT)

0.5 H

No limit

1H

No limit

0.5 H

No limit

N/A
N/A

MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and


Maintenance(WBT)
MBTS V100R004 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT)

GSM RNP RNO Courses


OMA00

BSC6000 GSM Air Interface

2.5

6 ~ 12

OMA01

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Air Interface

2.5

6 ~ 12

OMA02

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

6 ~ 12

OMA03

BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

6 ~ 12

OMO00

GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Functionality

2.25

6 ~ 12

OMO01

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Functionality

2.25

6 ~ 12

OMO02

GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Features

4.75

6 ~ 12

OMO03

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Features

4.75

6 ~ 12

OMO04

GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Performance Management

0.5

6 ~ 12

0.5

6 ~ 12

1.5

6 ~ 12

1.5

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMO05
OMO06
OMO07

OMO08
OMO09

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Performance


Management
GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Features
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network
Features
GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Performance
Management
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network

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Performance Management
OMO10

GSM 2G/3G/4G Interoperability

6 ~ 12

OMO13

BSC6000 GSM Radio Network Optimization

6 ~ 12

OMO14

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Radio Network Optimization

6 ~ 12

OMO15

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Optimization

0.5

6 ~ 12

6 ~ 12

OMO16

BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network


Optimization

OMP00

GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Planning

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMP00

GSM Antenna Basics

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMP01

GSM Radio Network Planning

3.5

6 ~ 12

OMO11

GSM Highway and High-speed Railway Solution

6 ~ 12

OMO15

GSM BSS14.0 Feature Delta

6 ~ 12

OMO17

GSM BSS15.0 Feature Delta

6 ~ 12

OMA04

Evolved EDGE

6 ~ 12

OMA05

GPRS EDGE Signaling

6 ~ 12

0.5

6 ~ 12

OMP03

Common Components for Indoor Coverage and Repeater


Introduction

OMP04

GSM Indoor Coverage Planning and Optimization

1.25

6 ~ 12

OMO12

GSM Indoor Coverage Solution

0.25

6 ~ 12

OMA50

GSM Radio Channel(WBT)

0.08

6 ~ 12

0.2

6 ~ 12

OMO51

BSC6900 GSM GPRS EDGE PM System and Counters


Overview(WBT)

OMA51

GSM System Technology(WBT)

0.04

6 ~ 12

OMP51

In-building Coverage Overview(WBT)

0.2

6 ~ 12

OMO52

BSC6900 Signaling Trace Introduction(WBT)

0.08

6 ~ 12

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1.2 GSM Product Technology Training Courses Descriptions


1.2.1

OMC00 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

System Description

State the structure and functions of important

Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Subracks
Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cables
System Signal Flow

State the performance features of

Typical Configuration

BSC6900(GSM Only).

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.2

OMC01 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Operation and Maintenance Overview

be able to:

Web LMT Introduction

Describe the work flow of BSC6900

Maintaining the Equipment

maintenance.

Maintaining Transmission and Signaling

Describe important parameters in BSC6900


maintenanceWeb LMT and MML.
Operate on the BSC6900 maintenance
console.

Maintaining BSC User Resources


Maintaining Alarm
Maintaining Device Panel
Maintaining User

Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6900.

Target Audience

Maintaining Log
Maintaining Performance

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

N/A

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.3

OMC02 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Data Configuration

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Configure BSC6900 by Web LMT

Content
Basic Concepts of CME
BSC6900 Data Configuration

independently.
Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.

BTS Data Configuration


Data Configuration Overview

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Preparation
Configuring the Global Information

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Configuring the Equipment Data


Configuring the Interfaces

Configure BSC6900 by CME independently.


Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.

Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)


A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)
A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.
Describe the loading procedure of data
configuration.

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)


Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)
Pb Interface Data Configuration
Configuring the Clocks

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.4

OMC03 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure

Description

Content

Outline OMU software functions

BSC6900 Software Structure

Complete BSC6900 commissioning

Linux Operation System Installation

Complete BSC6900 application software

BSC6900 Application Software Installation


BSC6900 Application Software Upgrade

installation
Describe the alarm and server verification after
commissioning

OMU Operation and Maintenance

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.5

OMC04 BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Troubleshooting

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel

be able to:

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Understand BSC6900(GSM Only) safety

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

precautions of maintenance.

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Describe the BSC6900(GSM Only)


troubleshooting flow.

Interconnection fault Analysis


Link fault Analysis

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for


common BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.
Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common
BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.
Perform the troubleshooting for common
BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.

Clock fault Analysis


CS fault Analysis
PS fault Analysis
Location Update
Call Setup
Handover
Direct Retry
Short Message

Target Audience

Release

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Case Analysis

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BSS Interface and Protocol Principles


Analysis of Typical Procedures

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Cases of Abnormal Signaling Procedures

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product


Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Operation
and Maintenance

5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.6

OMB00 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

BTS3900 Overview

be able to:

BTS3900 Hardware Components

Describe the features of BTS3900(GSM Only)

BBU Unit

products.

RF Unit

Describe the hardware structure of

Power module and Components

BTS3900(GSM Only) .

BTS3900 Signal Flow

Describe the function of boards of

BTS3900 Configuration

BTS3900(GSM Only) .

Configuration Principle

Explain the BTS signal flow.

Typical Configuration

Check the hardware structure of the BTS, such


as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

BTS3900 Network

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.7

OMB01 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Operation and Maintenance

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

Describe GSM site maintenance objects(Web


LMT and MML).
Describe the concepts of BTS3900(GSM Only)

Description

Content
Site remote maintenance

management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900(GSM Only)

Site local maintenance


Routine maintenance list

operation status.
Describe BTS3900(GSM Only) routine

Training Methods

operation and maintenance procedure.


Explain how to use BTS3900(GSM Only)

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

remote maintenance console.

Target Audience

1 working day

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.8

OMB02 BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Data Configuration

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

Outline the user interface of Web LMT


configuration tool.
Illustrate the data configuration procedure.
Explain key parameters in each step during

Description

Content
Web LMT Introduction
Steps of Data Configuration

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template

Training Methods

file.
Perform initial data configuration and dynamic

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

modification.

Target Audience

2 working days

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.9

OMB03 MBTS GO V1R2 installation and commissioning

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

be able to:
Outline the user interface of Web LMT
configuration tool.

Description

Content

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

MBTS System Overview

Explain key parameters in each step during

MBTS Installation Procedures


MBTS Commissioning Procedures

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template
file.

MBTS Commissioning Scenarios


MBTS Commissioning Modes

Perform initial data configuration and dynamic

Training Methods

modification.
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.10 OMC05 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6900 System Overview

be able to:

BSC6900 Hardware Structure

State the structure and functions of important

Cabinets

boards of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Subracks

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Subsystems and Boards


Cables

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6900(GSM Only).

BSC6900 Signal Flows


BSC6900 Typical Configuration

State the performance features of

UMTS configuration

BSC6900(GSM Only).

GSM configuration

Target Audience

Subrack configuration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.11 OMC06 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation and Maintenance

Basic Concepts

Objectives

Monitoring Alarms
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of BSC6900
maintenance.
Describe important parameters in BSC6900
maintenanceWeb LMT and MML.
Operate on the BSC6900 maintenance

Managing the Shielded Alarm


Managing the Alarm Logs
Log management
Basic Concepts
Querying Logs
Log Storage Conditions Management
Device panel management

console.
Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6900.

Basic Concepts
Device Panel Operations

Target Audience

Emulation Panel Operations


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

BSC maintenance

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Basic Concepts

Prerequisites

Maintaining the Equipment

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Maintaining Transmission and Signaling

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Maintaining BSC User Resources

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Trace management
Basic Concepts

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product

GSM Services

Description

Performance monitoring

Content
OM System Introduction
OM Network Introduction
Web LMT Introduction
LMT Offline Tool
Operation Right Management
Basic Concepts
Management of User Accounts
Management of Command Groups

Basic Concepts
Service Monitoring

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Alarm management

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1.2.12 OMC07 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Data Configuration

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Description

Content

Configure BSC6900 by Web LMT

Basic Concepts of CME

independently.
Describe the configuration of important

BSC6900 Data Configuration


Data Configuration Overview

parameters of GSM BSS system.


Check the data configuration correctness and
validity.

Preparation
Configuring the Global Information

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Configuring the Equipment Data


Configuring the Interfaces

Configure BSC6900 by CME independently.

Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)

Describe the configuration of important

A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)

parameters of GSM BSS system.

A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)


Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Pb Interface Data Configuration (only Outer


PCU need configure)

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.13 OMC08 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure

Description

Content

Outline OMU software functions

BSC6900 O/M System Introduction

Complete BSC6900 commissioning

BSC6900 Software Installation

Complete BSC6900 application software

BSC6900 Commissioning

installation

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.14 OMC09 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Troubleshooting

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel

be able to:

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Understand BSC6900(GSM Only) safety

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

precautions of maintenance.

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Describe the BSC6900(GSM Only)


troubleshooting flow.

Interconnection fault Analysis


Link fault Analysis

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for


common BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.
Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common
BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.
Perform the troubleshooting for common
BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.

Clock fault Analysis


CS fault Analysis
PS fault Analysis
Location Update
Call Setup
Handover
Direct Retry
Short Message

Target Audience

Release

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Case Analysis

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BSS Interface and Protocol Principles


Analysis of Typical Procedures

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Cases of Abnormal Signaling Procedures

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation
and Maintenance

5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.15 OMB04 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

BTS3900 System Overview

be able to:

BTS3900 Hardware Structure

Describe the features of BTS3900(GSM Only)

BBU Hardware Structure

products.

RFU Hardware Structure

Describe the hardware structure of

Auxiliaries Hardware Structure

BTS3900(GSM Only) .

BTS3900 Cable Connection

Describe the function of boards of

BTS3900 Technical Specifications

BTS3900(GSM Only) .

BTS3900 Typical Configuration

Explain the BTS signal flow.

Basic Principles

Check the hardware structure of the BTS, such


as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Configuration Scenarios

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.16 OMB05 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Operation and Maintenance

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product

Describe GSM site maintenance objects(Web


LMT and MML).
Describe the concepts of BTS3900(GSM Only)

Description

Content
Site remote maintenance

management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900(GSM Only)

Site local maintenance


Routine maintenance list

operation status.
Describe BTS3900(GSM Only) routine

Training Methods

operation and maintenance procedure.


Explain how to use BTS3900(GSM Only)

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

remote maintenance console.

Target Audience

1 working day

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.17 OMB06 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Data Configuration

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product

be able to:
Outline the user interface of Web LMT
configuration tool.

Description

Content

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

Web LMT Introduction

Explain key parameters in each step during

Steps of Data Configuration


Overview of Configuring BTS3900

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template
file.

BTS3900 Data Configuring

Training Methods

Perform initial data configuration and dynamic


LectureHands-on exercise

modification.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.18 OMB07 BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Installation and Commissioning

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product

be able to:

Description

Describe the installation procedure


Describe the software commissioning

Content
MBTS System Overview

procedures in different scenarios


Describe the different commissioning mode

MBTS Installation Procedures


MBTS Commissioning Procedures

according to different scenarios


Master the loading procedure of BTS, and
check the current version to ensure the loading
step.

MBTS Commissioning Scenarios


MBTS Commissioning Modes

Training Methods

Identify the way to check the different alarm of


LectureDemonstrationHands-on exercise

BTS.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.19 OMC13 BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Dimensioning

Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation

Objectives

and Maintenance, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Mater the inputted parameters used in the CS

Configuration

Content
BSC Capacity Dimensioning

and PS traffic mode


Implement the dimensioning of BSC capacity

TDM Transmission Dimensioning

Implement the dimensioning of BSC

IP Transmission Dimensioning
BSC Hardware Dimensioning

transmission
Implement the dimensioning of BSC hardware

Target Audience

License Control Item

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Lecture

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s): BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product

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1.2.20 OMC14 BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R12 Delta

Boards

Objectives

Software Changing in BSC6900


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 evolution overview
Describe the hardware changing in BSC6900,
including cabinet, subrack and boards.
Describe the software changing in BSC6900,
including OMU board software and OM
software

OMU board Software


OM Software
Typical Configuration
CME V2R10 Introduction
Management of the Current Area, Planned
Area
Function Navigation Enhancement
GUI Enhancement

Describe the typical configuration

Web LMT Introduction

Target Audience

OM Function Changing

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

MML Function Changing

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Alarm Management Function Changing

Prerequisites

Monitor Management Function Changing

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s): BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product
Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation
and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data
Configuration

Content
BSC6900 Evolution Overview
Hardware Changing in BSC6900
Cabinet
Subrack

Trace Management Function Changing


Device Maintenance Function Changing
Data Backup and Restore Function Changing
Log Management Function Changing
MML Command Changing in Data
Configuration

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.21 OMC15 BSC6900 GSM V9R8-V9R11 Delta

Boards

Objectives

Software Changing in BSC6900


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 evolution overview
Describe the hardware changing in BSC6900,
including cabinet, subrack and boards.
Describe the software changing in BSC6900,
including OMU board software and OM
software

OMU board Software


OM Software
Typical Configuration
CME V2R10 Introduction
Management of the Current Area, Planned
Area
Function Navigation Enhancement
GUI Enhancement

Describe the typical configuration

Web LMT Introduction

Target Audience

OM Function Changing

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

MML Function Changing

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Alarm Management Function Changing

Prerequisites

Monitor Management Function Changing

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s): BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product
Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation
and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data
Configuration

Content
BSC6900 Evolution Overview
Hardware Changing in BSC6900
Cabinet
Subrack

Trace Management Function Changing


Device Maintenance Function Changing
Data Backup and Restore Function Changing
Log Management Function Changing
MML Command Changing in Data
Configuration

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.22 OMB10 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product Description

BTS3012 hardware structure overview

Objectives

Common subsystem
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the features of Huawei BTS3012
products.
Describe the hardware structure of BTS3012.
Describe the function of boards of BTS3012.
Explain the BTS signal flow.
Explain the configuration principle of BTS
hardware.

Cabinet top access subsystem


Double transceiver subsystem
Antenna front-end subsystem
Antenna and feeder subsystem
Signal Processing
Antenna and Feeder System
Typical Configuration
The introduction of BTS3012 series
BTS3012 (for +24V)

Target Audience

BTS3012 (for 18TRX)

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BTS3012 (for 36TRX)

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Lecture
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Duration

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Content
Overview

0.5 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

System Components

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1.2.23 OMB11 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product Description

BTS3900 Hardware Components

Objectives

BBU Unit
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the features of Huawei BTS3900
products.
Describe the hardware structure of BTS3900.
Describe the function of boards of BTS3900.
Explain the BTS signal flow.
Check the hardware structure of the BTS, such
as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

RF Unit
Power module and Components
BTS3900 Signal Flow
BTS3900 Configuration
Configuration Principle
Antenna Mode
Transmit Mode and Receive Mode
Typical Configuration
BTS3900 Network

Target Audience

GRFU Introduction

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Training Methods

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


Lecture

Prerequisites

Duration
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Content

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

BTS3900 Overview

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1.2.24 OMB12 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Commissioning

Description

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Overview of the Commissioning

Describe the procedure of checking the BTS

Commissioning Procedure

transmission.

Implementation

Implement the connection of Transmission


Devices.

Starting the Site Maintenance Terminal


Configuring the Basic Data of the BTS

Master the loading procedure of BTS, and

Configuring Logical Objects of the BTS

check the current version to ensure the loading

Checking the Active Software Version

step.

Checking the Transmission Between the BBU

Identify the way to check the different alarm of


BTS.

and RFU
Checking the Running Status of the BTS

Target Audience

Checking the Alarm Information of the BTS

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

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1.2.25 OMB13 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Data Configuration

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the steps to configure BTS3012

Description

Content
BSC6000 Data Configuration Principle

online.
Describe the structure of BTS3012 data

BTS3012 Initial Data Configuration


Single Cabinet

configuration.
Explain how to add and delete site/cell/board.

Combined Cabinet

Explain how to define the ARFCN of carriers.

BTS3012 Data Reconfiguration

Explain how to modify the relevant parameters.

Target Audience

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.26 OMB14 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 data configuration

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the steps to configure BTS3900

Content
BSC6000 Data Configuration Principle
DBS3900 Initial Data Configuration

online.
Describe the structure of BTS3900 data
configuration.

Add Site
Add Cell

Explain how to add and delete site/cell/board.

Configure Site Attributes

Explain how to define the ARFCN of carriers.

Configure Cell Attributes

Explain how to modify the relevant parameters.

DBS3900 Data Reconfiguration

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.27 OMB15 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

Maintaining the BTS Software

Objectives

Querying the Running Software Version of the


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe site maintenance objects.
Describe the concepts of BTS3012
management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3012 operation
status.
Describe BTS3012 routine operation and
maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use BTS3012 remote

BTS Board
Downloading BTS Software
Configuring BTS Software
Loading BTS Software
Activating BTS Software
Querying the BTS Status
Querying the BTS Running Status
Querying Board Matching Results
Querying Board Bar Code
Querying BTS Attributes

maintenance console.

Resetting BTS in Levels

Target Audience

Modifying Management Status


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Handing Over a Cell Forcibly

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Monitoring Channel Status

Prerequisites

Training Methods

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following
course(s):BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product

1 working day

Class Size

Description
Min 6, max 12

Content
Concepts Related to BTS Maintenance

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1.2.28 OMB16 BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe site maintenance objects.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900

Description

Content
Site remote maintenance
Overview

management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900 operation

Software management
Maintain site devices

status.
Describe BTS3900 routine operation and
maintenance procedure.

Maintain boards and TRXs


Site local maintenance

Explain how to use BTS3900 remote


maintenance console.

Routine maintenance list

Training Methods

Target Audience
LectureHands-on exercise
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.29 OMB17 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V3R8 Troubleshooting

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

Objectives

Description, BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BTS safety precautions of

Configuration

Content
General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location


Antenna and Feeder Fault

common BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BTS faults.

Transmission Fault
LAPD Link fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

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1.2.30 OMC16 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product Description

TDM Switching Subsystem

Objectives

GE Switching Subsystem
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
State the structure and functions of important
boards of BSC6000.
State the system structure and functions of
modules of BSC6000.

Service Processing Subsystem


Service Control Subsystem
Interface and Signaling Processing Subsystem
Clock Subsystem
System Signal Flow
BSC CS Signal Flow

Target Audience

BSC PS Signal Flow

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

BSC Signaling Flow

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BSC OM Signal Flow

Prerequisites

BSC Alarm Channel

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Content
System Description
Hardware Structure

Typical Configuration

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Rack
Subrack

Min 6, max 12

Board
System Logical Structure

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1.2.31 OMC17 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation and Maintenance

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of BSC6000

Description

Content
Introduction to O/M

maintenance.
Describe important parameters in BSC6000

System Management
BSC Maintenance

maintenance.
Operate on the BSC6000 maintenance
console.

BTS Maintenance

Training Methods

Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6000.


LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

2 working days

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.32 OMC18 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data Configuration

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the function of BSC6000 data

Content
Data configuration general introduction
Data configuration principle

configuration system function.


Configure BSC6000 by data configuration
console independently.

Data configuration procedure


BSC Data configuration

Describe the configuration of important


parameters of BSS system.

Site Data configuration


Cell Data configuration

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

External PCU data configuration


Built-in PCU data configuration

Target Audience

Data maintenance operation

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.33 OMC19 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Upgrade Flow

be able to:

Preparations for Upgrade

Identify the hardware and software structure of

Upgrade Operations

GBAM/GOMU.

Back Up Data and Board Software

State the function of data stored in

Download and load the Host Software Online

GBAM/GOMU.

Upgrade LMT and Data File

Perform software installation in GBAM/GOMU


and the boards in BSC.

Upgrade the GBAM (Single GOMU)


Upgrade the Active/standby GOMU

Operate the commands for installation and


debugging on GBAM/GOMU.

Upgrade the Board Software


Activate the License

Perform data back-up.

Upgrade Verification

Target Audience

Version Rollback

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product


Description

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1.2.34 OMC20 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Feature

CME Function Description

Objectives

Basic Concepts of CME


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6000 GSM feature such as Flex
abis, local switching, remote upgrade, PBT and
so on.

Basic Configuration Functions of CME


Enhanced Configuration Functions of CME
CME Application Scenarios
Remote Upgrade Overview
Remote Upgrade Preparation

Target Audience

Remote Upgrade Procedures

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Remote Upgrade Rollback

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Trouble Shooting

Prerequisites

Remote Upgrade Trouble Shooting Method

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

FAQ
Overview of Transmit Diversity
Technical Description of Transmit Diversity
Configuration of Transmit Diversity

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product

PBT Overview

Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation

Technical Description of PBT

and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data

Technical Description of PBT

Configuration

Technical Description of Dynamic PBT


PBT Configuration

Content

Configuration of PBT

Basic concept

Configuration of DPBT

Flex Abis Solution


Flex Abis configuration suggestion
Flex Abis data configuration

Training Methods
Lecture

Overview

Duration

Technical Description
Implementation of BSC Local Switching
Implementation of BTS Local Switching
CME System Introduction

3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.35 OMC21 BSC6000 GSM V9R8C12 Delta Training

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Hardware Changing of BSC6000 Version

be able to:

BSC6000 Version Evolution

Describe hardware changing of BSC6000

BSC6000 Hardware Changing

version

Features of BSC6000 V900R008

Describe features of BSC6000 V900R008

Target Audience

IP Networking of BSC6000
Introduction of BSS over IP

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Interface Board of BSS over IP


Signal Flow of BSS over IP

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Lecture

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product


Description

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.36 OMB18 BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Special Topic

Cables between BTS cabinets

Objectives

Toggle switch setting


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the ring networking topologies in
Abis interface.
Perform data configuration for ring networking
topology.
Describe the cabinet combination for cable
connection and data configuration.

Data configuration
Overview
Impact
Technical Description
Automatic Switchover During Link
Disconnection
Manual Switchover During Link Disconnection
BTS HDLC Ring Topology

Target Audience

Implementation

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Configure BTS ring topology I

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Configure BTS ring topology

Prerequisites

Configure HDLC ring topology

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Training Methods

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Lecture

wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product
Description

Content

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Principle of BTS combination

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1.2.37 OMC22 PCU6000 (External PCU) Operation and Maintenance

GPRS Cell Data Cfg.

Objectives

Gb Interface Data Cfg.


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

PCU Network Data Cfg.


Common Operation

Outline the GPRS principle.


Outline the function, architecture and structure
of PCU6000.
Outline the PCU6000 board features.
Implement PCU6000 data configuration,
parameters setting, data modification,

Terminal Maintenance System


Routine Maintenance Operations
Modifying IP Address of the PCU System
Querying PCU Board Status
Resetting PCU Boards
Switching Off Board Power Supply

restoration and back-up.


Perform the PCU6000 routine operation and
maintenance via MML and GUI console.
Operate and maintain the alarms management

Loading the Configuration Data


Interface Message Tracing
Alarm System
Alarm Overview

via MML and GUI console.


Operate and maintain the performance
management via MML and GUI console.
Locate, analyze and eliminate the common

Alarm Classification
Alarm Interface
Performance Measurement
Creating\Deleting\ Modifying Performance

faults of PCU6000.

Measurement Task

Target Audience

Querying Performance Measurement Task


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Setting Performance Measurement Template


Performance Measurement Command
Pb Interface Troubleshooting

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Gb Interface Troubleshooting

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

GPRS Cell Troubleshooting

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

PDCH Troubleshooting
Upgrade Preparations

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product

Upgrade Operations

Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation

Patch Installation

and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data

Version Rollback

Configuration

GPRS System Overview

Content

GPRS Architecture

PCU6000 structure

GPRS Network Interfaces and Protocols

PCU6000 topology

Interface and Protocol Stack

PCU6000 configuration

Um Interface

Overview of Cfg. Console

G-abis/Pb Interface

PCU Hardware Data Cfg.

Gb Interface

Pb Interface Data Cfg.

GPRS Wireless Subsystem

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Packet Channels
Medium Access Modes
MS Multi-TS Ability

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

Power Control
GPRS Location Area
N/A

5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.38 OMC23 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Troubleshooting

Configuration

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel

Understand BSC6000 safety precautions of

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

Describe the BSC6000 troubleshooting flow.


Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6000 faults.

Obtaining Information for Locating Network


Problems
Basic Methods of BSC Fault Judgment

Target Audience

Basic Methods of BTS Fault Judgment

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation


and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data

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1.2.39 OMC24 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Advanced troubleshooting Training

Obtaining Information for Locating Network

Objectives

Problems
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Basic Methods of BSC Fault Judgment


Basic Methods of BTS Fault Judgmen

Describe the BSC6000 and BTS

Approach to prevent BSC fault

troubleshooting procedure.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6000 and BTS faults.
Locate, analyze and eliminate the
troubleshooting cases for common BSC6000

BSC Common Faults Analysis


Voice Faults
Clock Faults
Link and Interconnection Faults
Loading Faults

and MBTS faults.

BTS Common Faults Analysis

Analyze the signaling message for

Transmission Faults

troubleshooting.

Antenna Faults

Target Audience

A interface signaling alarm analysis


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

MTP2 Signaling link alarm

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

MTP3 Signaling link alarm

Prerequisites

SCCP Signaling alarm

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Abis interface signaling alarm analysis

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Gb interface signaling alarm analysis

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSMR V9R9 Product

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Description

Content

5 working days

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel


General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

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1.2.40 OMC25 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 TOP10 Alarm

Alarm Operation

Objectives

Alarm Processing Preparation


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the BSC6000 TOP10 alarm
troubleshooting procedure.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6000 faults.

BSC TOP Alarm Processing


Resource Overused
Cell Out of Service
Data Out of Synchronization
LAPD OML Fault
SCCP DSP Unreachable

Target Audience

BTS TOP Alarm Processing

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

TRX VSWR alarm

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Clock Reference Abnormal Alarm

Prerequisites

Diversity receive channel alarm

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSMR V9R10 Product
Description

Content
Alarm Management Operation
Basic Concepts

TRX LAPD Link Interrupt Alarm


4714 E1/T1 Local Alarm

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration
1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.41 OMC26 BSC6000 GSM V9R8 IP Topic

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s):BSC6000 GSMR V9R11 Product

be able to:
Describe GSM BSC6000 IP system network
mode
Outline Features and working principle of A

Description

Content
Data Configuration of A Interface over IP
Data Configuration of Abis Interface over IP

Interface over IP
Outline Features and working principle of Abis
Interface over IP

Data Configuration of Gb Interface over IP


Configure the Hardware Data

Outline Features and working principle of Gb


Interface over IP

Configure the Gb Interface Data


Configure the Cell GPRS Attributes

Master the data configuration of A interface


over IP

Overview of GSM BSC6000 IP System


A Interface over IP

Master the data configuration of Abis interface


over IP
Master the data configuration of Gb interface
over IP

Abis Interface over IP


Gb Interface over IP

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.42 OMB19 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Product Description

BTS3012 hardware structure overview

Objectives

Common subsystem
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the features of Huawei BTS3012
products.
Describe the hardware structure of BTS3012.
Describe the function of boards of BTS3012.
Explain the BTS signal flow.
Explain the configuration principle of BTS
hardware.

Cabinet top access subsystem


Double transceiver subsystem
Antenna front-end subsystem
Antenna and feeder subsystem
Signal Processing
Antenna and Feeder System
Typical Configuration
The introduction of BTS3012 series
BTS3012 (for +24V)

Target Audience

BTS3012 (for 18TRX)

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BTS3012 (for 36TRX)

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Lecture
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Duration

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Content
Overview

0.5 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

System Components

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1.2.43 OMB20 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Product Description

BBU hardware structure

Objectives

RRU hardware structure


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the features of Huawei BTS3900
products.
Describe the hardware structure of BTS3900.
Describe the function of boards of BTS3900.
Explain the BTS signal flow.
Check the hardware structure of the BTS, such
as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Auxiliary Devices
Application Scenarios
DBS3900 Typical Configuration
RRU3004 Working Mode
RRU3004 Typical Configuration
DBS3900 Networking Topology
RRU3008 Introduction
RRU3008 Hardware Structure
Configuration Principle

Target Audience

Typical Configuration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Training Methods

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


Lecture

Prerequisites

Duration
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Content

0.5 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

DBS3900 Overview
DBS3900 Hardware Components

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1.2.44 OMB21 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Commissioning

Description

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Overview of the Commissioning

Describe the procedure of checking the BTS

Commissioning Procedure

transmission.

Implementation

Implement the connection of Transmission


Devices.

Starting the Site Maintenance Terminal


Configuring the Basic Data of the BTS

Master the loading procedure of BTS, and

Configuring Logical Objects of the BTS

check the current version to ensure the loading

Checking the Active Software Version

step.

Checking the Transmission Between the BBU

Identify the way to check the different alarm of


BTS.

and RFU
Checking the Running Status of the BTS

Target Audience

Checking the Alarm Information of the BTS

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

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1.2.45 OMB22 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Data Configuration

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the steps to configure BTS3012

Description

Content
BSC6000 Data Configuration Principle

online.
Describe the structure of BTS3012 data

BTS3012 Initial Data Configuration


Single Cabinet

configuration.
Explain how to add and delete site/cell/board.

Combined Cabinet

Explain how to define the ARFCN of carriers.

BTS3012 Data Reconfiguration

Explain how to modify the relevant parameters.

Target Audience

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.46 OMB23 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 data configuration

Description

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BSC6000 Data Configuration Principle

Describe the steps to configure BTS3900

DBS3900 Initial Data Configuration

online.

Add Site

Describe the structure of BTS3900 data


configuration.

Add Cell
Configure Site Attributes

Explain how to add and delete site/cell/board.

Configure Cell Attributes

Explain how to define the ARFCN of carriers.

DBS3900 Data Reconfiguration

Explain how to modify the relevant parameters.

N/A

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

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1.2.47 OMB24 BTS3012 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

Maintaining the BTS Software

Objectives

Querying the Running Software Version of the


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe site maintenance objects.
Describe the concepts of BTS3012
management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3012 operation
status.
Describe BTS3012 routine operation and
maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use BTS3012 remote

BTS Board
Downloading BTS Software
Configuring BTS Software
Loading BTS Software
Activating BTS Software
Querying the BTS Status
Querying the BTS Running Status
Querying Board Matching Results
Querying Board Bar Code
Querying BTS Attributes

maintenance console.

Resetting BTS in Levels

Target Audience

Modifying Management Status


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Handing Over a Cell Forcibly

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Monitoring Channel Status

Prerequisites

Training Methods

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following
course(s):BTS3012 GSM V3R8 Product

1 working day

Class Size

Description
Min 6, max 12

Content
Concepts Related to BTS Maintenance

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1.2.48 OMB25 DB3900 GSMR V3R8 Operation and Maintenance

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe site maintenance objects.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900

Description

Content
Site remote maintenance
Overview

management status.
Describe the concepts of BTS3900 operation

Software management
Maintain site devices

status.
Describe BTS3900 routine operation and
maintenance procedure.

Maintain boards and TRXs


Site local maintenance

Explain how to use BTS3900 remote


maintenance console.

Routine maintenance list

Training Methods

Target Audience
LectureHands-on exercise
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.49 OMB26 DBS3900 GSMR V3R8 Troubleshooting

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Product

Objectives

Description, BTS3900 GSM V3R8 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BTS safety precautions of

Configuration

Content
General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location


Antenna and Feeder Fault

common BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BTS faults.

Transmission Fault
LAPD Link fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

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1.2.50 OMC27 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Product Description

TDM Switching Subsystem

Objectives

GE Switching Subsystem
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
State the structure and functions of important
boards of BSC6000.
State the system structure and functions of
modules of BSC6000.

Service Processing Subsystem


Service Control Subsystem
Interface and Signaling Processing Subsystem
Clock Subsystem
System Signal Flow
BSC CS Signal Flow

Target Audience

BSC PS Signal Flow

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

BSC Signaling Flow

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BSC OM Signal Flow

Prerequisites

BSC Alarm Channel

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Content
System Description
Hardware Structure

Typical Configuration

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Rack
Subrack

Min 6, max 12

Board
System Logical Structure

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1.2.51 OMC28 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Introduction to O/M

be able to:

System Management

Describe the work flow of BSC6000

BSC Maintenance

maintenance.

Device Maintenance

Describe important parameters in BSC6000


maintenance.

Signaling Link Maintenance


User Resource Maintenance

Operate on the BSC6000 maintenance


console.

Software and License Maintenance


BTS Maintenance

Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6000.

Target Audience

BTS Software Maintenance


BTS Maintenance

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Site Maintenance

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Cell, TRX, Board Maintenance


N/A

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product
Description

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.52 OMC29 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Data Configuration

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Data configuration general introduction

be able to:

Data configuration principle

Describe the function of BSC6000 data

Data configuration procedure

configuration system function.

BSC Data configuration

Configure BSC6000 by data configuration


console independently.

BTS Data configuration


Cell Data configuration

Describe the configuration of important


parameters of BSS system.

Data reconfiguration
External PCU data configuration

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Built-in PCU data configuration


Data maintenance operation

Target Audience

Overview of MML Client

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Steps of Data configuration

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product

Duration
3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.53 OMC30 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8 Software Installation and Upgrade

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Upgrade Flow

be able to:

Preparations for Upgrade

Identify the hardware and software structure of

Upgrade Operations

GBAM/GOMU.

Back Up Data and Board Software

State the function of data stored in

Download and load the Host Software Online

GBAM/GOMU.

Upgrade LMT and Data File

Perform software installation in GBAM/GOMU


and the boards in BSC.

Upgrade the GBAM (Single GOMU)


Upgrade the Active/standby GOMU

Operate the commands for installation and


debugging on GBAM/GOMU.

Upgrade the Board Software


Activate the License

Perform data back-up.

Upgrade Verification

Target Audience

Version Rollback

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product


Description

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1.2.54 OMC31 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 BSS Signaling Flow and analysis

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

A interface signaling alarm analysis

be able to:

MTP2 Signaling link alarm

Describe the BSS signaling flow.

MTP3 Signaling link alarm

Analysis the BSS signaling message.

SCCP Signaling alarm


Abis interface signaling alarm analysis

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Gb interface signaling alarm analysis

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R9 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.55 OMC32 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 HSCSD Introduction

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R10 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the principle and application of

Content
HSCSD principle
HSCSD Application in GSMR

HSCSD

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.56 OMC33 BSC6000 GSMR V9R8C15 Troubleshooting

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel

be able to:

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Describe the BSC6000 and BTS

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

troubleshooting procedure.

Obtaining Information for Locating Network

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for


common BSC6000 and BTS faults.
Locate, analyze and eliminate the

Problems
Basic Methods of BSC Fault Judgment
Basic Methods of BTS Fault Judgmen

troubleshooting cases for common BSC6000

Approach to prevent BSC fault

and MBTS faults.

BSC Common Faults Analysis

Analyze the signaling message for

Voice Faults

troubleshooting.

Clock Faults

Target Audience

Link and Interconnection Faults

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Loading Faults

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BTS Common Faults Analysis


Transmission Faults

Prerequisites

Antenna Faults
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R11 Product


Description

1.5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.57 OMC34 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

System Description

State the structure and functions of important

Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6000 GSMR.

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6000 GSMR.

Subracks
Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6000 GSMR.

Cables
System Signal Flow

State the performance features of BSC6000


GSMR.

Typical Configuration

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.58 OMC35 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Operation and Maintenance

Description

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Operation and Maintenance Overview

Describe the work flow of BSC6000

Web LMT Introduction

maintenance.

Maintaining the Equipment

Describe important parameters in BSC6000


maintenanceWeb LMT and MML.
Operate on the BSC6000 maintenance
console.

Maintaining Transmission and Signaling


Maintaining BSC User Resources
Maintaining Alarm
Maintaining Device Panel

Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6000.

Target Audience

Maintaining User
Maintaining Log

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Maintaining Performance

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.59 OMC36 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Data Configuration

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Configure BSC6000 by Web LMT

Content
Basic Concepts of CME
BSC6000 Data Configuration

independently.
Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.

BTS Data Configuration


Data Configuration Overview

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Preparation
Configuring the Global Information

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Configuring the Equipment Data


Configuring the Interfaces

Configure BSC6000 by CME independently.


Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.

Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)


A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)
A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.
Describe the loading procedure of data
configuration.

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)


Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)
Pb Interface Data Configuration
Configuring the Clocks

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.60 OMC37 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure

Description

Content

Outline OMU software functions

BSC6000 Software Structure

Complete BSC6900 commissioning

Linux Operation System Installation

Complete BSC6900 application software

BSC6000 Application Software Installation


BSC6000 Application Software Upgrade

installation
Describe the alarm and server verification after
commissioning

OMU Operation and Maintenance

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.61 OMC38 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 Troubleshooting

Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Operation

Objectives

and Maintenance
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BSC6000 safety precautions of

Content
Requirements for Maintenance Personnel
General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.
Describe the BSC6000 troubleshooting flow.

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Approach to prevent BSC fault

common BSC6000 faults.

BSC Common Faults Analysis

Locate the troubleshooting cases for common


BSC6000 faults.

Voice Faults
Clock Faults

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BSC6000 faults.

Link and Interconnection Faults


Loading Faults

Perform the troubleshooting for common


BSC6000 faults.

BTS Common Faults Analysis


Transmission Faults

Target Audience

Antenna Faults

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11 Product

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1.2.62 OMB27 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

DBS3900 Overview

be able to:

DBS3900 Hardware Components

Describe the features of DBS3900 products.

BBU Unit

Describe the hardware structure of DBS3900.

RRU Unit

Describe the function of boards of DBS3900.

Power module and Components

Explain the DBS signal flow.

DBS3900 Signal Flow

Check the hardware structure of the DBS, such

DBS3900 Configuration

as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Target Audience

Configuration Principle
Typical Configuration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

DBS3900 Network

Training Methods
Lecture

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.63 OMB28 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

be able to:

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Describe GSM site maintenance objects(Web

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

LMT and MML).


Describe the concepts of DBS3900

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

management status.

Description

Describe the concepts of DBS3900 operation


status.
Describe DBS3900 routine operation and
maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use DBS3900 remote
maintenance console.

Content
Site remote maintenance
Site local maintenance

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.64 OMB29 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 Data Configuration

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

be able to:
Outline the user interface of Web LMT
configuration tool.

Description

Content

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

Web LMT Introduction

Explain key parameters in each step during

Steps of Data Configuration based on LMT


Overview of Configuring DBS3900

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template
file.

DBS3900 Data Configuration based on CME

Training Methods

Perform initial data configuration and dynamic


LectureHands-on exercise

modification.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.65 OMB30 DBS3900 GSMR V301R008 installation and commissioning

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s):BTS3900 GSM V1R2 Product

be able to:
Describe the procedure of checking the BTS
transmission.
Implement the connection of Transmission

Description

Content
DBTS3900 System Overview
DBTS3900 Installation Procedures

Devices.
Master the loading procedure of BTS, and

DBTS3900 Commissioning Procedures

check the current version to ensure the loading

DBTS3900 Commissioning Scenarios

step.

DBTS3900 Commissioning Modes

Identify the way to check the different alarm of

Training Methods

BTS.
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.66 OMC39 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 BSS Signaling Flow and analysis

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

A interface signaling alarm analysis

be able to:

MTP2 Signaling link alarm

Describe the BSS signaling flow.

MTP3 Signaling link alarm

Analysis the BSS signaling message.

SCCP Signaling alarm


Abis interface signaling alarm analysis

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Gb interface signaling alarm analysis

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R9 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.67 OMC40 BSC6000 GSMR V901R008 HSCSD Introduction

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R10 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the principle and application of

Content
HSCSD principle
HSCSD Application in GSMR

HSCSD

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.68 OMB31 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R2 Troubleshooting

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R11 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BTS safety precautions of

Description

Content
General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location


Antenna and Feeder Fault

common BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BTS faults.

Transmission Fault
LAPD Link fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

Target Audience
LectureHands-on exercise
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


0.5 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.69 OMB32 BTS/DBS3900 GSM V1R3 Troubleshooting

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R12 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BTS safety precautions of

Description

Content
General Procedures of Troubleshooting

maintenance.
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location


Antenna and Feeder Fault

common BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BTS faults.

Transmission Fault
LAPD Link fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

Target Audience
LectureHands-on exercise
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


0.5 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.70 OMC50 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BSC6900 System Overview

State the structure and functions of important

BSC6900 Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Subracks
Subsystems and Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cables
BSC6900 Signal Flows

State the performance features of

BSC6900 Typical Configuration

BSC6900(GSM Only).

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.71 OMC51 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Operation and Maintenance

Basic Concepts

Objectives

Monitoring Alarms
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of BSC6900
maintenance.
Describe important parameters in BSC6900
maintenanceWeb LMT and MML.
Operate on the BSC6900 maintenance

Managing the Shielded Alarm


Managing the Alarm Logs
Log management
Basic Concepts
Querying Logs
Log Storage Conditions Management
Device panel management

console.
Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6900.

Basic Concepts
Device Panel Operations

Target Audience

Emulation Panel Operations


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

BSC maintenance

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Basic Concepts

Prerequisites

Maintaining the Equipment

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Maintaining Transmission and Signaling

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Maintaining BSC User Resources

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Routine MML Operation


Trace management

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product

Basic Concepts

Description

GSM Services

Content
OM System Introduction
OM Network Introduction
Web LMT Introduction
LMT Offline Tool
Operation Right Management
Basic Concepts
Management of User Accounts
Management of Command Groups
Alarm management

Performance monitoring
Basic Concepts
Service Monitoring

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.72 OMC52 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Configuration

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Description

Content

Configure BSC6900 by Web LMT

Basic Concepts of CME

independently.
Describe the configuration of important

BSC6900 Data Configuration Procedure


Data Configuration Overview

parameters of GSM BSS system.


Check the data configuration correctness and
validity.

Preparation
Configuring the Global Information

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Configuring the Equipment Data


Configuring the Interfaces

Configure BSC6900 by CME independently.

Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)

Describe the configuration of important

A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)

parameters of GSM BSS system.

A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)


Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration via CME.

Pb Interface Data Configuration (only Outer


PCU need configure)

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration
3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.73 OMC53 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure

Description

Content

Outline OMU software functions

BSC6900 O/M System Introduction

Complete BSC6900 commissioning

BSC6900 Software Installation

Complete BSC6900 application software

BSC6900 Commissioning

installation

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.74 OMC54 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Troubleshooting

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Objectives

Interconnection fault Analysis


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BSC6900(GSM Only) safety
precautions of maintenance.
Describe the BSC6900(GSM Only)
troubleshooting flow.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common

Link fault Analysis


Clock fault Analysis
CS fault Analysis
PS fault Analysis
Location Update
Call Setup
Handover
Direct Retry
Short Message

BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.


Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common

Release
Case Analysis

BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.


Perform the troubleshooting for common

BSS Interface and Protocol Principles


Analysis of Typical Procedures

BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.

Cases of Abnormal Signaling Procedures

Target Audience

General Procedures of Troubleshooting


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults


Methods of Fault Judgment and Location
Antenna and Feeder Fault

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Transmission Fault

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

LAPD Link fault

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product


Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation

Lecture

Duration

and Maintenance

Content

5 working days

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel


General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

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1.2.75 OMB33 MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS System Overview

be able to:

MBTS Hardware Structure

Describe the features of MBTS(GSM Only)

BBU Hardware Structure

products.

RFU Hardware Structure

Describe the hardware structure of MBTS(GSM


Only) .

Auxiliaries Hardware Structure


MBTS Cable Connection

Describe the function of boards of MBTS(GSM


Only) .

MBTS Technical Specifications


MBTS Typical Configuration

Explain the MBTS signal flow.

Basic Principles

Check the hardware structure of the MBTS,


such as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Configuration Scenarios

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.76 OMB34 MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Alarm Monitoring

be able to:

Alarm Monitoring via LMT

Describe GSM site maintenance objects(Web

Alarm Monitoring via M2000

LMT and MML).

Transmission Test

Describe the concepts of MBTS(GSM Only)


management status.

Device maintenance
Routine Maintenance MML

Describe the concepts of MBTS(GSM Only)


operation status.

Board Replacement
Checking hardware

Describe MBTS(GSM Only) routine operation


and maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use MBTS(GSM Only) remote
maintenance console.

LEDs
Cable connections
Site local maintenance
Replacing boards

Target Audience

Routine maintenance list

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product


Description

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1.2.77 OMB35 MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Configuration

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product

be able to:
Outline the user interface of Web LMT
configuration tool.

Description

Content

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

Web LMT Introduction

Explain key parameters in each step during

Steps of MBTS GSM Data Configuration


Overview of Configuring BTS3900

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template
file.

MBTS GSM Data Configuring

Training Methods

Perform initial data configuration via CME and


LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

LMT.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.78 OMB36 MBTS GSM V100R004 Installation and Commissioning

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

5/Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s): BTS3900 GSM V1R3 Product

Describe the installation procedure

Description

Describe the software commissioning

Content

procedures in different scenarios


Describe the different commissioning mode

MBTS System Overview


MBTS Installation Procedures

according to different scenarios


Perform local commissioning via SMT and

MBTS Local Commissioning Procedures


Overview of GBTS Commissioning

USB.
Perform remote commissioning via M2000 and
Web LMT.

Commissioning
Remote GBTS Commissioning on the M2000

Master the loading procedure of BTS, and


check the current version to ensure the loading
step.
Identify the way to check the different alarm of

Remote GBTS Commissioning on the LMT


Alarm handling for GBTS Commissioning

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

BTS.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.79 OMC55 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Dimensioning

Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Operation

Objectives

and Maintenance, BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Mater the inputted parameters used in the CS

Configuration

Content
BSC Capacity Dimensioning

and PS traffic mode


Implement the dimensioning of BSC capacity

TDM Transmission Dimensioning

Implement the dimensioning of BSC

IP Transmission Dimensioning
BSC Hardware Dimensioning

transmission
Implement the dimensioning of BSC hardware

Target Audience

License Control Item

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Lecture

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s): BSC6900 GSM V9R12 Product

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1.2.80 OMC56 BSC6900 GSM V900R012 - V900R013 Delta

Alarm Function Changing

Objectives

New/Enhanced Platform Features


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 GSM evolution overview
Describe the hardware changing in BSC6900
GSMand MBTS GSM, including cabinet,

New/Enhanced GSM Configuration Features


Deploying BTSs in Summary Mode
Falling back GSM Cell/TRX Configuration
Query of GBTS in Batches (Query of Board
Versions and Boards, and Export of Query

subrack and boards.

Results)

Describe the software changing in


BSC6900GSM, including OMU board software
and OM software
Describe the new features of BSC6900GSM
and MBTS GSM.

Maintenance and Test of Air Interface and RF


Fault
BTS IP Port Backup and Monitoring Equipment
IP Access
Detection Requirement of Transmission

Target Audience

Connection over Abis Interface

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Enhanced Voice Fault Location Method

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Transmission resource savings display


RTCP Introduction

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s): BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product
Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation
and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data
Configuration

Overview of the new TRX modules


Product hardware of the new TRX modules
Configuration specifications of the new TRX
modules
Applications and version matching policies of
the new TRX modules

Training Methods
Lecture

Content

Duration

BSC6900 Evolution Overview

1 working day

BSC6900 Hardware Evolution

Class Size

BSC6900 Typical Hardware Configuration


MML Command Changing in Data

Min 6, max 12

Configuration

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1.2.81 OMB37 MBTS GSM V100R004 Troubleshooting

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R12 Product

Understand BTS safety precautions of


maintenance.
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Description

Content
Alarm Analyse Overview
Alarm Analyse and handling flow

common BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for common
BTS faults.

MBTS TOP Alarm Analyse and Handling

Training Methods

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


LectureHands-on exercise

BTS faults.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

0.5 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

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1.2.82 OMC58 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 Data Reconfiguration

Modify OPC and DPC

Objectives

Modify N7 signaling link from 64k to 2M


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of adjusting the BSC
Describe the modification of OPC and DPC
Perform the way to adding/removing subracks
and boards
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on A, Gb

Add STP in A interface


add subracks and boards
Remove Boards and Subracks
modify single OMU to double OMU
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode
Changing the Transmission Mode on the A
Interface

and Abis interface.


Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on the


Ater Interface

Target Audience

Changing the Transmission Mode on the Gb

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Interface
Changing the Transmission Mode on the Abis
Interface

Prerequisites

Adjust the cell processing in DPU board


Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R13 Product
Description

BSC MigrationSummary
Reparenting BSC Between MSC Servers
Reparenting BSC Between SGSN
Overview of Expanding the BSC Capacity
Adding a BSC Board
Adding an EPS Subrack

Content

Training Methods
Changing the Connection Between the BSC
LectureHands-on exercise

and the MSC


Cutting Over an MSC (with IP Transmission
Mode Retained over the A Interface)
Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to TDM

Duration
2 working days

Class Size

Transmission Mode over the A Interface)


Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to IP Transmission

Min 6, max 12

Mode over the A Interface)

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1.2.83 OMB38 MBTS GSM V100R004 Data Reconfiguration

Adjusting the BTS Data

Objectives

Reparenting BTSs
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of MBTS dynamic data
adjustment
Adjust the Global/Device/Transmission Data
Adjust the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data
Adjust the BTS Data

Reconfiguring a BTS via LMT


Changing the Connection Between the BSC
and the MSC via LMT
Reconfiguring a Cell via LMT
Reconfiguring a Channel via LMT
Overview of Expanding the BTS Capacity
Adding a BTS cell

Reparent BTSs

Adding a BTS TRX

Target Audience

BTS Reparenting Overview

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (TDM)

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (IP)


Reparenting BTSs between BSCs (TDM/Static

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

IP/Non-Static IP)

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R14 Product


3 working days

Description

Class Size

Content
Dynamic Data Adjustment Introduction

Min 6, max 12

Adjusting the Global/Device/Transmission Data


Adjusting the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

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1.2.84 OMC59 BSC6900 GSM V900R011 Data Reconfiguration

Transmission Mode over the A Interface)

Objectives

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to IP Transmission


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of adjusting the BSC
Describe the modification of OPC and DPC
Perform the way to adding/removing subracks
and boards
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on A, Gb

Mode over the A Interface)


Modify OPC and DPC
Modify N7 signaling link from 64k to 2M
Add STP in A interface
add subracks and boards
Remove Boards and Subracks
modify single OMU to double OMU
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.

and Abis interface.


Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Target Audience

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode


Changing the Transmission Mode on the A
Interface

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on the


Ater Interface
Changing the Transmission Mode on the Gb

Prerequisites

Interface
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R13 Product
Description

Changing the Transmission Mode on the Abis


Interface
Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Content

Duration

Changing the Connection Between the BSC


and the MSC

2 working days

Class Size

Cutting Over an MSC (with IP Transmission


Mode Retained over the A Interface)

Min 6, max 12

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to TDM

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1.2.85 OMB39 MBTS GSM V100R002 Data Reconfiguration

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Dynamic Data Adjustment Introduction

be able to:

Adjusting the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Describe the procedure of MBTS dynamic data

Adjusting the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

adjustment

Adjusting the BTS Data

Adjust the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Reparenting BTSs

Adjust the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

Reconfiguring a BTS via LMT

Adjust the BTS Data

Changing the Connection Between the BSC

Reparent BTSs

and the MSC via LMT


Reconfiguring a Cell via LMT

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Reconfiguring a Channel via LMT

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
3 working days

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R14 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.86 OMC60 BSC6900 GSM V900R012 Data Reconfiguration

Transmission Mode over the A Interface)

Objectives

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to IP Transmission


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of adjusting the BSC
Describe the modification of OPC and DPC
Perform the way to adding/removing subracks
and boards
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on A, Gb

Mode over the A Interface)


Modify OPC and DPC
Modify N7 signaling link from 64k to 2M
Add STP in A interface
add subracks and boards
Remove Boards and Subracks
modify single OMU to double OMU
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.

and Abis interface.


Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Target Audience

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode


Changing the Transmission Mode on the A
Interface

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on the


Ater Interface
Changing the Transmission Mode on the Gb

Prerequisites

Interface
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R13 Product
Description

Changing the Transmission Mode on the Abis


Interface
Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Content

Duration

Changing the Connection Between the BSC


and the MSC

2 working days

Class Size

Cutting Over an MSC (with IP Transmission


Mode Retained over the A Interface)

Min 6, max 12

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to TDM

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1.2.87 OMB40 MBTS GSM V100R003 Data Reconfiguration

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Dynamic Data Adjustment Introduction

be able to:

Adjusting the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Describe the procedure of MBTS dynamic data

Adjusting the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

adjustment

Adjusting the BTS Data

Adjust the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Reparenting BTSs

Adjust the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

Reconfiguring a BTS via LMT

Adjust the BTS Data

Changing the Connection Between the BSC

Reparent BTSs

and the MSC via LMT


Reconfiguring a Cell via LMT

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Reconfiguring a Channel via LMT

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
3 working days

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R14 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description

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1.2.88 OMC61 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BSC6900 System Overview

State the structure and functions of important

BSC6900 Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Subracks
Subsystems and Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6900(GSM Only).

Cables
BSC6900 Signal Flows

State the performance features of

BSC6900 Typical Configuration

BSC6900(GSM Only).

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.89 OMC62 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Operation and Maintenance

Basic Concepts

Objectives

Monitoring Alarms
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of BSC6900
maintenance.
Describe important parameters in BSC6900
maintenanceWeb LMT and MML.
Operate on the BSC6900 maintenance

Managing the Shielded Alarm


Managing the Alarm Logs
Log management
Basic Concepts
Querying Logs
Log Storage Conditions Management
Device panel management

console.
Perform the routine maintenance for BSC6900.

Basic Concepts
Device Panel Operations

Target Audience

Emulation Panel Operations


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

BSC maintenance

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Basic Concepts

Prerequisites

Maintaining the Equipment

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Maintaining Transmission and Signaling

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Maintaining BSC User Resources

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Routine MML Operation


Trace management

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product

Basic Concepts

Description

GSM Services

Content
OM System Introduction
OM Network Introduction
Web LMT Introduction
LMT Offline Tool
Operation Right Management
Basic Concepts
Management of User Accounts
Management of Command Groups
Alarm management

Performance monitoring
Basic Concepts
Service Monitoring

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration
2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.90 OMC63 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Configuration

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Description

Content

Configure BSC6900 by Web LMT

Data Configuration Overview

independently.
Describe the configuration of important

Preparation
Configuring the Global Information

parameters of GSM BSS system.


Check the data configuration correctness and
validity.

Configuring the Equipment Data


Configuring the Interfaces

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.

Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)


A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)

Configure BSC6900 by CME independently.

A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Describe the configuration of important

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)

parameters of GSM BSS system.

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Pb Interface Data Configuration (only Outer


PCU need configure)

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration via CME.

Basic Concepts of CME


BSC6900 Data Configuration Procedure

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration
3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.91 OMC64 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 commissioning procedure

Description

Content

Outline OMU software functions

BSC6900 O/M System Introduction

Complete BSC6900 commissioning

BSC6900 Software Installation

Complete BSC6900 application software

BSC6900 Commissioning

installation

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1.5 working days

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.92 OMC65 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Data Reconfiguration

Transmission Mode over the A Interface)

Objectives

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to IP Transmission


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of adjusting the BSC
Describe the modification of OPC and DPC
Perform the way to adding/removing subracks
and boards
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on A, Gb

Mode over the A Interface)


Modify OPC and DPC
Modify N7 signaling link from 64k to 2M
Add STP in A interface
add subracks and boards
Remove Boards and Subracks
modify single OMU to double OMU
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.

and Abis interface.


Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Target Audience

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode


Changing the Transmission Mode on the A
Interface

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on the


Ater Interface
Changing the Transmission Mode on the Gb

Prerequisites

Interface
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R14 Product
Description

Changing the Transmission Mode on the Abis


Interface
Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Content

Duration

Changing the Connection Between the BSC


and the MSC

1.5 working days

Class Size

Cutting Over an MSC (with IP Transmission


Mode Retained over the A Interface)

Min 6, max 12

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to TDM

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1.2.93 OMC66 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Migration

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R14 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedures of expanding the

Content
BSC MigrationSummary
Reparenting BSC Between MSC Servers

BTS capacity
Perform how to add BSC board

Reparenting BSC Between SGSN

Perform how to add BSC Subrack

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


0.5 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

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1.2.94 OMC67 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Expanding

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R15 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Content

Detail the scenarios of BSC migration

Overview of Expanding the BSC Capacity

Detail the procedure of BSC migration

Adding a BSC Board

Perform the BSC migration

Adding an EPS Subrack

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.95 OMC68 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Dimensioning

Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Operation

Objectives

and Maintenance, BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Mater the inputted parameters used in the CS

Configuration

Content
BSC Capacity Dimensioning

and PS traffic mode


Implement the dimensioning of BSC capacity

TDM Transmission Dimensioning

Implement the dimensioning of BSC

IP Transmission Dimensioning
BSC Hardware Dimensioning

transmission
Implement the dimensioning of BSC hardware

Target Audience

License Control Item

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Lecture

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s): BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product

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1.2.96 OMC69 BSC6900 GSM V900R013 - V900R014 Delta

Intelligent Battery Management

Objectives

IPHC in IP over E1
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900 GSM evolution overview
Describe the hardware changing in BSC6900
GSMand MBTS GSM, including cabinet,

Abis transmission backup enhancement


NS Signaling Tracing over Gb Interface
PDCH Loopback
Enhanced BTS Deployment in Abis over IP
Mode

subrack and boards.

Optimized Signaling Tracing and Analysis

Describe the software changing in


BSC6900GSM, including OMU board software

BBU Supporting 126 TRXs and RRU


Supporting 21-Level Cascading

and OM software
Describe the new features of BSC6900GSM

MAC Packet Capture and Uploading


Alarms for Low RSSI

and MBTS GSM.

Enhanced CPRI O/M

Target Audience

Replace EOX BTS


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Optimization of Object Index in GSM

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Adjust TRX Binding Relationship

Prerequisites

Overview of the new TRX modules

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Product hardware of the new TRX modules

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Configuration specifications of the new TRX

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following
course(s): BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Product
Description, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Operation
and Maintenance, BSC6000 GSM V9R8 Data
Configuration

modules
Applications and version matching policies of
the new TRX modules

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

Content

1 working day

BSC6900 Evolution Overview

Class Size

BSC6900 Hardware Evolution


BSC6900 Typical Hardware Configuration

Min 6, max 12

Abis transmission backup enhancement

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1.2.97 OMC70 BSC6900 GSM V900R014 Troubleshooting

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Objectives

Interconnection fault Analysis


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BSC6900(GSM Only) safety
precautions of maintenance.
Describe the BSC6900(GSM Only)
troubleshooting flow.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common

Link fault Analysis


Clock fault Analysis
CS fault Analysis
PS fault Analysis
Location Update
Call Setup
Handover
Direct Retry
Short Message

BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.


Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common

Release
Case Analysis

BSC6900 (GSM Only) faults.


Perform the troubleshooting for common

BSS Interface and Protocol Principles


Analysis of Typical Procedures

BSC6900(GSM Only) faults.

Cases of Abnormal Signaling Procedures

Target Audience

General Procedures of Troubleshooting


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults


Methods of Fault Judgment and Location
Antenna and Feeder Fault

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Transmission Fault

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

LAPD Link fault

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product


Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Operation

Lecture

Duration

and Maintenance

Content

5 working days

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel


General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

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1.2.98 OMB41 MBTS GSM V100R007 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS System Overview

be able to:

MBTS Hardware Structure

Describe the features of MBTS(GSM Only)

BBU Hardware Structure

products.

RFU Hardware Structure

Describe the hardware structure of MBTS(GSM


Only) .

Auxiliaries Hardware Structure


MBTS Cable Connection

Describe the function of boards of MBTS(GSM


Only) .

MBTS Technical Specifications


MBTS Typical Configuration

Explain the MBTS signal flow.

Basic Principles

Check the hardware structure of the MBTS,


such as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Configuration Scenarios

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
1 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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113

1.2.99 OMB42 MBTS GSM V100R007 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Alarm Monitoring

be able to:

Alarm Monitoring via LMT

Describe GSM site maintenance objects(Web

Alarm Monitoring via M2000

LMT and MML).

Transmission Test

Describe the concepts of MBTS(GSM Only)


management status.

Device maintenance
Routine Maintenance MML

Describe the concepts of MBTS(GSM Only)


operation status.

Board Replacement
Checking hardware

Describe MBTS(GSM Only) routine operation


and maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use MBTS(GSM Only) remote
maintenance console.

LEDs
Cable connections
Site local maintenance
Replacing boards

Target Audience

Routine maintenance list

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product


Description

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114

1.2.100 OMB43 MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Configuration

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product

be able to:
Outline the user interface of Web LMT
configuration tool.

Description

Content

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

Web LMT Introduction

Explain key parameters in each step during

Steps of MBTS GSM Data Configuration


Overview of Configuring BTS3900

data configuration procedure.


Implement the data configuration with template
file.

MBTS GSM Data Configuring

Training Methods

Perform initial data configuration via CME and


LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

LMT.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

1.5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.2.101 OMB44 MBTS GSM V100R007 Installation and Commissioning

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product

Describe the installation procedure

Description

Describe the software commissioning


procedures in different scenarios
Describe the different commissioning mode

MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton

Content
MBTS System Overview

according to different scenarios


Perform local commissioning via SMT and

MBTS Installation Procedures


MBTS Local Commissioning Procedures

USB.
Perform remote commissioning via M2000 and
Web LMT.

Overview of GBTS Commissioning


Commissioning

Master the loading procedure of BTS, and

Remote GBTS Commissioning on the M2000

check the current version to ensure the loading

Remote GBTS Commissioning on the LMT

step.

Alarm handling for GBTS Commissioning

Identify the way to check the different alarm of

Training Methods

BTS.
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.102 OMB45 MBTS GSM V100R007 Troubleshooting

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Description
MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton

Content
Alarm Analyse Overview

TOP BTS faults.


Locate the troubleshooting cases for TOP BTS

Alarm Analyse and handling flow


MBTS TOP Alarm Analyse and Handling

faults.
Analyze the troubleshooting cases for TOP

Training Methods

BTS faults.
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

0.5 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.103 OMB46 MBTS GSM V100R007 Data Reconfiguration

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of MBTS dynamic data

MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton

Content
Web LMT Introduction

adjustment
Adjust the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Steps of MBTS GSM Data Configuration

Adjust the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

Overview of Configuring BTS3900

Adjust the BTS Data

MBTS GSM Data Configuring

Reparent BTSs

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1.5 working days

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

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1.2.104 OMB47 MBTS GSM V100R007 Expanding

Description

Objectives

MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedures of expanding the
BTS capacity

Content
BTS Reparenting Overview
Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (TDM)

Perform how to add BTS Cells

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (IP)

Perform how to add BTS TRXs

Reparenting BTSs between BSCs (TDM/Static

Target Audience

IP/Non-Static IP)

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

0.5 working day

Class Size

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Min 6, max 12

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product

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1.2.105 OMB48 MBTS GSM V100R007 Migration

MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BTS Reparenting Overview

Detail the scenarios of BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (TDM)

Detail the procedure of BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (IP)

Perform the BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs between BSCs (TDM/Static


IP/Non-Static IP)

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

0.5 working day

Class Size

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Min 6, max 12

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product


Description

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1.2.106 OMC71 GSM IPRAN Fundamental

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14

Objectives

Product Description
On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and

be able to:
Learn about IP protocol specifications and

Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

common RFC standards


Learn about common IP RAN concepts such as

Configuration
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

the MSTP and PTN


Understand the TCP/IP protocol structure, and

Description
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

learn common technologies such as the VLAN


and DSCP
Learn the protocol stack composition on IP
RAN interfaces
Learn the IP components, and understand the

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data
Configuration

Content
IP Origin and Standards

data exchange process


Be familiar with common IP RAN devices and
maintenance applications

IP RAN Networking Overview


IP Protocol Structure and Service

Learn about differences among the IP, ATM,


and TDM technologies, and problems caused
by IP-based networking

Implementation
Comparison and Prospect of IP RAN
Technologies

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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1.2.107 OMC72 GSM IPRAN MSTP/PTN Networking

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Learn about the evolution of IP RANs
Understand IP RAN concepts and advantages

Product Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and
Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

Understand changes in IP RAN networking


Learn about feature requirements for IP RAN

Configuration
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

networking

Description

Learn the implementation of key features for IP

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

RAN MSTP networking

Maintenance

Understand differences between the layer 2

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

networking and layer 3 networking

Configuration

Learn about the concepts and advantages of IP

Content

RAN
Understand IP RAN networking variations

IP RAN Overview

Learn data exchanges and encapsulation in the

MSTP Networking for IP RANs


IP RAN Development

packet transport network (PTN)


Understand implementation of the key features
using PTN networking for the IP RAN
Understand the differences between the Layer
2 networking and Layer 3 networking

Target Audience

Introduction to IP RAN
PTN Networking for IP RAN
IP RAN Development

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.2.108 OMC73 GSM IPRAN Networking Planing

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and

Objectives

Maintenance
On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

be able to:
Learn about the basic IP RAN resource

Configuration
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

planning
Learn principles of IP address allocation and

Description
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

internal limitation of the RAN equipment


Plan and configure the IP addresses for

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

interface boards
Learn principles of planning VLAN and how to
process VLAN tags
Understand data transmission between the
protocol layer and the RAN equipment

Configuration

Content
IP RAN Design Basics
IP RAN Resource Planning
IP RAN Internetworking Switching Process

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

1 working day

Class Size

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Min 6, max 12

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14


Product Description

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1.2.109 OMC74 GSM IPRAN

Feature Application

ensure the QoS of IP RANs

Objectives

Describe the procedures of implementing QoS


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand the IP RAN reliability-ensuring

in IP RAN end to end (E2E) services


Learn different QoS configuration and
applications in different protocol and

implementation mechanism
Understand the principles and application of
the reliability detection mechanism
Know how to configure IP RAN

networking scenarios

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

reliability-ensuring parameters

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Learn about the differences in reliability


guarantee in different networking scenarios
Master the application schemes of the
reliability-ensuring mechanism in different

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

scenarios
Know how to handle faults that occur in

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14

reliability-ensuring application in different

Product Description

scenarios
Describe the requirements of the IP RAN for

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and


Maintenance

clock synchronization
Know the differences between clock

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data


Configuration

synchronization and phase synchronization


Learn about the typical IP RAN clock solution
Describe the architecture of an IP RAN clock
network
Learn about the differences between IP RAN
clock networking applications

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product


Description
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data
Configuration

Understand the differences between the IEEE


1588v2 technology and synchronous Ethernet
technology

Content
IP RAN Reliability Requirements and Solution

Learn the concept of IP Quality of Service


(QoS)

Application
IP RAN Reliability Schemes for Different

Learn about radio services' QoS requirements


for IP RANs

Interfaces
IP RAN Reliability Parameter Configuration

Understand the QoS implementation at each


layer from the perspective of transmission
protocols
Learn the QoS configuration and application in
IP RANs
Learn the parameters and commands used to

Requirements and Functions of IP RAN Clocks


Application of IP RAN Clocks
Parameter Configuration of IP RAN Clocks
QoS Overview
QoS Configuration and Application

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E2E QoS Implementation


N/A

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1.75 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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125

1.2.110 OMC75 GSM IPRAN Maintenance and Monitoring

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14

Objectives

Product Description
On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and

be able to:
Understand changes in maintenance modes

Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

due to introduction of the IP radio access


network (RAN)
Learn the active monitoring scheme and
implementation process for the IP RAN
transmission
Learn detailed parameter configuration for IP
RAN check
Monitor IP RAN transmission links, analyze and
locate the faults
Learn the monitoring points for locating
common faults

Configuration
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product
Description
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data
Configuration

Content
Overview for IP RAN O/M
Active Monitoring Scheme and Implementation

Understand theories for IP active detection


Learn procedures for detecting IP faults
Learn methods for locating IP faults

for IP RANs
Active Monitoring for Common Faults in IP
RANs

Learn about packet capturing tool for IP RANs

Overview of IP RAN Troubleshooting

Learn methods for using packet capturing tool

Application of IP RAN Tools


Ping

for IP networks
Learn about the process of analyzing packets
and locating faults

Tracert
Packet capturing tool

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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126

1.2.111 OMC76 GSM IPRAN Troubleshooting

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

be able to:

Description

Understand the IP transmission

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

troubleshooting roadmap

Maintenance

Understand typical IP transmission

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

troubleshooting cases
Understand fault isolation in case of
emergencies in IP transmission mode
Understand how to analyze typical IP
transmission troubleshooting cases

Configuration

Content
IP Transmission Troubleshooting Roadmap
IP Transmission Faults
Three Steps in IP Transmission Fault Isolation

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Analysis of Typical IP Transmission


Troubleshooting Cases

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.25 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and
Maintenance

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1.2.112 OMC77 GSM IPRAN Principles for Interfaces over IP

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

be able to:

Description

Boards for IP Networking


Understand basic knowledge about GSM IP
networking
Understand networking policies for A, Gb, and
Abis interfaces

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and


Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data
Configuration

Content

Target Audience
Boards
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Basic Knowledge
Networking Policies

Training Methods

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.25 working day

Class Size

Product Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and

Min 6, max 12

Maintenance

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1.2.113 OMC78 BSC6900 GSM V900R013-V900R014 Upgrade

Description, BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Operation

Objectives

and Maintenance
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the software installation and upgrade

Content
BSC6900 OMU Introduction
BSC6900 Application Software Upgrade

flow
Outline the backup and restore operations
Complete the installation and upgrade tasks
Grasp the OMU routine maintenance

Directly
BSC6900 Application Software Upgrade by
M2000
OMU Operation and Maintenance

commands

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product

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129

1.2.114 OMC79 MBTS GSM V100R004 - V100R007 Upgrade

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s): MBTS GSM V1R7 Product

be able to:
Understand the modification of upgrade from
R1 to R7comparing to earlier upgrades, learn
about the upgrade procedure, and complete an
upgrade by referring to the Upgrade Guide.
Understand the modification of upgrade from
R2 to R7 comparing to earlier upgrades, learn
about the upgrade procedure, and complete an

Description
MBTS GSM V1R7 Data configuraton

Content
MBTS GSM Upgrade Overview
Upgrade from R1 to R7
Upgrade from R2 or a Later Version to R7

Training Methods

upgrade by referring to the Upgrade Guide.


LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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130

1.2.115 OMB49 GSM BSS14.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives

Successful completion of the following


On completion of this course, the participants will

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R15 Product

be able to:
Describe Antenna and Feeder hardware
structure.

Description

Content

Describe Antenna and Feeder maintenance

Antenna and Feeder common faults

Describe the Antenna and Feeder

Antenna and Feeder fault reasons


Antenna and Feeder troubleshooting

troubleshooting flow.
Analyse the Antenna and Feeder fault reasons.

Training Methods

Master the Antenna and Feeder


Lecture

troubleshooting.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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131

1.2.116 OMC80 GSM IPRAN A over IP Reconstruction

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

be able to:
Understand A over IP Networking, Hardware

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

and IP design
Prepare A over IP reconstruction script
verify the A over IP reconstruction

Configuration

Content
A over IP Networking design

Target Audience

A over IP Hardware design


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

A over IP IP design
A over IP Operation guide
A over IP Test Verification

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14
Product Description

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and


Min 6, max 12

Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data
Configuration

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132

1.2.117 OMC81 GSM IPRAN Gb over IP Reconstruction

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

be able to:
Understand Gb over IP Networking, Hardware

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

and IP design
Prepare Gb over IP reconstruction script
verify the Gb over IP reconstruction

Configuration

Content
Gb over IP Networking design

Target Audience

Gb over IP Hardware design


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Gb over IP IP design
Gb over IP Operation guide
Gb over IP Testverfication

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14
Product Description

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and


Min 6, max 12

Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data
Configuration

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133

1.2.118 OMC82 GSM IPRAN Abis over IP Reconstruction

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Operation and

be able to:
Understand Abis over IP Networking, Hardware

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R2/R3/R4/R7 Data

and IP design
Prepare Abis over IP reconstruction script
verify the Abis over IP reconstruction

Configuration

Content
Abis over IP Networking design

Target Audience

Abis over IP Hardware design


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Abis over IP IP design


Abis over IP Operation guide
Abis over IP Testverfication

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14
Product Description

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Operation and


Min 6, max 12

Maintenance
BSC6900 GSM V9R11/12/13/14 Data
Configuration

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1.2.119 OMC83 GSM BSS14.0 Emergency Maintenance

Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Data Configuration


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand the Basic Symptoms About the
Accident
Know how to collect the related information
Excute the quick emergency handling methods.

Target Audience

MBTS GSM V1R7 Product Description


MBTS GSM V1R7 Operation and Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R7 Data Configuration

Content
Emergency Maintenance Overview
Basic symptoms about the accident

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

collecting related information


quick emergency handling methods

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product


Description

Min 6, max 12

BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Operation and

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1.2.120 OMC84 GSM BSS14.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance for Large
Traffic

BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Operation and

Objectives

Maintenance
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand Precautions and Emergency
Maintenance for Large Traffic
Know how to adjust BSC parameters before

BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Data Configuration


MBTS GSM V1R7 Product Description
MBTS GSM V1R7 Operation and Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R7 Data Configuration

Content

large traffic
Excute emergency maintenance for large traffic

Target Audience

Emergency Maintenance Overview


Basic symptoms about the accident

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

collecting related information


quick emergency handling methods

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R14 Product


Description

Min 6, max 12

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136

1.2.121 OMC85 BSC6900 GSM Fault Information Collecting

Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Data Configuration


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the OMU Maintenance and Operation
Know how to collect the fault information for CS
and PS fault
Describe where is the different file in OMU.
Describe the functions of different files

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Product Description


MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Data Configuration

Content
OMU Overview
CS Fault information collecting

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

PS Fault information collecting

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Product

Min 6, max 12

Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Operation and

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1.2.122 OMC86 BSC6900 CS Troubleshooting

Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Data Configuration


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the CS Fault Troubleshooting flow
Know how to do Single pass and no voice
Troubleshooting
Know how to do Cross pass Troubleshooting

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Product Description


MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Data Configuration

Content

Know how to do Noise Troubleshooting

CS Fault Troubleshooting flow

Know how to do Echo Troubleshooting

Single pass and no voice Troubleshooting


Cross pass Troubleshooting

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Noise Troubleshooting
Echo Troubleshooting

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Product


Min 6, max 12

Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Operation and

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1.2.123 OMC87 BSC6900 PS Troubleshooting

BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Data Configuration

Objectives

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Product Description


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the PS Fault Troubleshooting flow
Know how to do PS Data rate Troubleshooting
Know how to do PS Access Troubleshooting
Know how to Anylase PS KPI

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Operation and


Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Data Configuration

Content
PS Fault Troubleshooting flow
PS Data rate Troubleshooting

Target Audience

PS Access Troubleshooting
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

PS KPI Analysis

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Product


Min 6, max 12

Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Operation and
Maintenance

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1.2.124 OMC88 BSC6900 IP Transmission Troubleshooting

Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Data Configuration


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Product Description


MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Operation and

Understand typical IP transmission

Maintenance

troubleshooting cases
Understand fault isolation in case of
emergencies in IP transmission mode
Understand how to analyze typical IP
transmission troubleshooting cases

Target Audience

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Data Configuration

Content
TCP/IP Protocol
Physical layer Troubleshooting
Data link layer Troubleshooting

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Network layer Troubleshooting


LAPD/SCTP Troubleshooting
IPPATH Troubleshooting

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Product
Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Operation and

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.125 OMC89 BSC6900 Clock Troubleshooting

Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Data Configuration


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe Clock Fault Troubleshooting Flow
Know how to do Clock troubleshooting

Target Audience

MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Product Description


MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R4/R7 Data Configuration

Content

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Clock Fault Troubleshooting

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Product


Min 6, max 12

Description
BSC6900 GSM V9R13/14 Operation and

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1.2.126 OMC90 BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BSC6900 System Overview

State the structure and functions of important

BSC6900 Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6900 GSM

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900 GSM

Subracks
Subsystems and Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of BSC6900 GSM

Cables
BSC6900 Signal Flows

State the performance features of BSC6900


GSM Only

BSC6900 Typical Configuration

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
0.5 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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142

1.2.127 OMC91 BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Product Description

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BSC6910 System Overview

State the structure and functions of important

BSC6910 Hardware Structure

boards of BSC6910 GSM

Cabinets

State the system structure and functions of


modules of

BSC6910 GSM

Subsystems and Boards

State the system structure and functions of


subrack of

Subracks

BSC6910 GSM

Cables
BSC6910 Signal Flows

State the performance features of BSC6910


GSM

BSC6910 Typical Configuration

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lecture
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
0.5 working day

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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143

1.2.128 OMC92 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Operation and Maintenance

Alarm Monitoring(Based on M2000)

Objectives

Device Maintenance
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of BSC6900/BSC6910
maintenance.

Basic Concepts
Device Panel Operations
Emulation Panel Operations
Device management

Describe important parameters in


BSC6900/BSC6910 maintenanceWeb LMT

Device Monitoring
Transmission Detecting

and MML.
Operate on the BSC6900/BSC6910

Maintain Transmission and Signaling


Transmission Monitoring

maintenance console.
Perform the routine maintenance for

Related MML Commands


Troubleshooting Assistant

BSC6900/BSC6910.

Maintain User Resources

Target Audience

Trace Management
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Hardware Replacement
Service Board replacement
OMU Board replacement

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Data Backup and Restore

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Other OM Functions

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V9R15
Product Description

LOG Management
License Management
Operation Right Management

Training Methods

Content
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab
OM System Introduction

Duration

OM Network Introduction
Web LMT Introduction
LMT Offline Tool
Alarm Monitoring

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic Concepts
Alarm Monitoring(Based on LMT)

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1.2.129 OMC93 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data Configuration

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Introduction of CME

be able to:

Configuration Preparation

Configure BSC6900/BSC6910 by Web LMT

BSC6900/BSC6910 Data Configuration

independently.

Configuring Global Data

Describe the configuration of important


parameters of GSM BSS system.

Configuring Equipment Data


Configuring Interface Data

Check the data configuration correctness and


validity.

Configuring Cell Data


BSC6900/BSC6910 Data Export

Describe the loading procedure of data


configuration.
Configure BSC6900/BSC6910 by CME
independently.
Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.
Check the data configuration correctness and
validity.
Describe the loading procedure of data
configuration via CME.

Data Configuration Overview


Preparation
Configuring the Global Information
Configuring the Equipment Data
Configuring the Interfaces
A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)
A Interface Data Configuration (over
Transmission Resource Pool)
A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)
Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

Target Audience

Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Ater Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Pb Interface Data Configuration (only Outer

Prerequisites

PCU need configure)

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Duration

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Product Description

3 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.130 OMC94 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Installation and Commissioning

Successful completion of the following

Objectives

course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe BSC6900/BSC6910 commissioning

Product Description

Content
BSC6900 and BSC6910 O/M System

procedure
Outline OMU software functions

Introduction

Complete BSC6900/BSC6910 commissioning

BSC6900 and BSC6910 Software Installation

Complete BSC6900/BSC6910 application

BSC6900 and BSC6910 Commissioning

software installation

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


1.5 working days

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance

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146

1.2.131 OMC95 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data Reconfiguration

Transmission Mode over the A Interface)

Objectives

Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to IP Transmission


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedure of adjusting the BSC
Describe the modification of OPC and DPC
Perform the way to adding/removing subracks
and boards
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.
Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on A, Gb

Mode over the A Interface)


Modify OPC and DPC
Modify N7 signaling link from 64k to 2M
Add STP in A interface
add subracks and boards
Remove Boards and Subracks
modify single OMU to double OMU
expand the transmission resoure in A, GB and
Abis interface.

and Abis interface.


Adjust the cell processing in DPU board

Target Audience

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode


Changing the Transmission Mode on the A
Interface

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reconfiguring the Transmission Mode on the


Ater Interface
Changing the Transmission Mode on the Gb

Prerequisites

Interface
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000andBSC6910 GSM
V900R015 Product Description

Changing the Transmission Mode on the Abis


Interface
Adjust the cell processing in DPU
board(BSC6900)

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Content
Changing the Connection Between the BSC
and the MSC

Duration
1 working day

Cutting Over an MSC (with IP Transmission

Class Size

Mode Retained over the A Interface)


Cutting Over an MSC (TDM to TDM

Min 6, max 12

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147

1.2.132 OMC96 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Migration

course(s):BSC6000andBSC6910 GSM

Objectives

V900R015 Product Description


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Content

Detail the scenarios of BSC migration

BSC MigrationSummary

Detail the procedure of BSC migration

Reparenting BSC Between MSC Servers

Perform the BSC migration

Reparenting BSC Between SGSN

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

148

1.2.133 OMC97 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Expanding

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R15 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedures of expanding the

Content
Overview of Expanding the BSC Capacity
Adding a BSC Board

BSC capacity
Perform how to add BSC board

Adding an EPS Subrack

Perform how to add BSC Subrack

Training Methods

Target Audience

LectureHands-on exercise

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Duration

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers


0.5 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Min 6, max 12

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

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149

1.2.134 OMC98 BSC6900 GSM V900R015 Dimensioning

course(s): BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM

Objectives

V900R015 Product Description, BSC6000


On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Operation and

be able to:

Maintenance, BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM

Mater the inputted parameters used in the CS


and PS traffic mode
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6900

V900R015 Data Configuration

Content
BSC Capacity Dimensioning

capacity
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6900

TDM Transmission Dimensioning


IP Transmission Dimensioning

transmission
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6900

BSC Hardware Dimensioning


License Control Item

hardware

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Lecture

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

150

1.2.135 OMC99 BSC6910 GSM V100R015 Dimensioning

course(s): BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM

Objectives

V900R015 Product Description, BSC6000


On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Operation and

be able to:

Maintenance, BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM

Mater the inputted parameters used in the CS


and PS traffic mode
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6910

V900R015 Data Configuration

Content
BSC Capacity Dimensioning

capacity
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6910

TDM Transmission Dimensioning


IP Transmission Dimensioning

transmission
Implement the dimensioning of BSC6910

BSC Hardware Dimensioning


License Control Item

hardware

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Lecture

Duration

Prerequisites
1 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

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151

1.2.136 OMC01 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Troubleshooting

Approach to prevent BSC fault

Objectives

Interconnection fault Analysis


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM safety
precautions of maintenance.
Describe the BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM
troubleshooting flow.
Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common

Link fault Analysis


Clock fault Analysis
CS fault Analysis
PS fault Analysis
Location Update
Call Setup
Handover
Direct Retry
Short Message

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM faults.


Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common

Release
Case Analysis

BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM faults.

BSS Interface and Protocol Principles

Perform the troubleshooting for


commonBSC6900/BSC6910 GSM faults.

Analysis of Typical Procedures


Cases of Abnormal Signaling Procedures

Target Audience

General Procedures of Troubleshooting


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults


Methods of Fault Judgment and Location
Antenna and Feeder Fault

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Transmission Fault

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

LAPD Link fault

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Approach to prevent BTS fault

Training Methods

course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Product Description, BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM
V900R015 Operation and Maintenance

Content

Lecture

Duration
5 working days

Requirements for Maintenance Personnel


General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Basic Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

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152

1.2.137 OMB49 MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS System Overview

be able to:

MBTS Hardware Structure

Describe the features of MBTS GSM products.

BBU Hardware Structure

Describe the hardware structure of MBTS GSM

RFU Hardware Structure

Describe the function of boards of MBTS GSM

Auxiliaries Hardware Structure

Explain the MBTS GSM signal flow.

MBTS Cable Connection

Check the hardware structure of the MBTS

MBTS Technical Specifications

GSM, such as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and

MBTS Typical Configuration

cable.

Basic Principles

Target Audience

Configuration Scenarios

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Lecture

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

1 working day

Class Size

wireless network operation and maintenance


Min 6, max 12

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

153

1.2.138 OMB50 MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Alarm Monitoring

be able to:

Alarm Monitoring via LMT

Describe GSM site maintenance objects

Alarm Monitoring via M2000

Describe the concepts of MBTS GSM

Transmission Test

management status.

Device maintenance

Describe the concepts of MBTS GSM


operation status.

Routine Maintenance MML


Board Replacement

Describe MBTS GSM routine operation and


maintenance procedure.

Checking hardware
LEDs

Explain how to use MBTS GSM remote


maintenance console.

Cable connections
Site local maintenance

Target Audience

Replacing boards

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Routine maintenance list

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product

Duration
1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Description

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

154

1.2.139 OMB51 MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Description

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Web LMT Introduction

Outline the user interface of Web LMT

Steps of MBTS GSM Data Configuration

configuration tool.

Configuring the Equipment Data

Illustrate the data configuration procedure.

Configuring the Logical Data

Explain key parameters in each step during

Configuring the Transmission Data

data configuration procedure.

Configuring the BTS Clock

Implement the data configuration with template


file.

Activating the BTS Configuration


Introduction to CME

Perform initial data configuration via CME and


LMT.

BTS Data Configuration Procedure


BTS Data Configuration (Topology Mode)

Target Audience

BTS Data Configuration (Data Planning

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Template)

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exerciseeLab

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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155

1.2.140 OMB52 MBTS GSM V100R008 Installation and Commissioning

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product

Describe the installation procedure

Description

Describe the software commissioning


procedures in different scenarios
Describe the different commissioning mode

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton

Content
MBTS System Overview

according to different scenarios


Perform remote commissioning via M2000 and

MBTS Installation Procedures


MBTS GSM Overview

USB+M2000.
Master the loading procedure of BTS, and

MBTS GSM Commissioning

check the current version to ensure the loading

Remote Commissioning on the M2000

step.

Local Commissioning Using a USB

Identify the way to check the different alarm of

Training Methods

BTS.
LectureHands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 working day

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

156

1.2.141 OMB53 MBTS GSM V100R008 Troubleshooting

Description

Objectives

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Content

Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

BTS faults.

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

Locate the troubleshooting cases for BTS


faults.

Antenna and Feeder Fault


Transmission Fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for BTS


faults.

LAPD Link fault


Approach to prevent BTS fault

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

0.5 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following


course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

157

1.2.142 OMB54 MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Reconfiguration

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Dynamic Data Adjustment Introduction

Describe the procedure of MBTS dynamic data

Adjusting the Global/Device/Transmission Data

adjustment

Adjusting the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

Adjust the Global/Device/Transmission Data

Adjusting the BTS Data

Adjust the Cells/TRXs/Channels Data

Reparenting BTSs

Adjust the BTS Data

Reconfiguring a BTS via LMT

Reparent BTSs

Changing the Connection Between the BSC

Target Audience

and the MSC via LMT

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Reconfiguring a Cell via LMT


Reconfiguring a Channel via LMT

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
2 working days

Class Size

course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product


Description

Min 6, max 12

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

158

1.2.143 OMB55 MBTS GSM V100R008 Expanding

course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product

Objectives

Description
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the procedures of expanding the

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton

Content
Overview of Expanding the BTS Capacity

BTS capacity
Perform how to add BTS Cells

Adding a BTS cell

Perform how to add BTS TRXs

Adding a BTS TRX

Target Audience

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Prerequisites
0.5 working day
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

159

1.2.144 OMB56 MBTS GSM V100R008 Migration

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

BTS Reparenting Overview

Detail the scenarios of BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (TDM)

Detail the procedure of BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs within a BSC (IP)

Perform the BTS migration

Reparenting BTSs between BSCs (TDM/Static


IP/Non-Static IP)

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

0.5 working day

Class Size

wireless network operation and maintenance


Successful completion of the following

Min 6, max 12

course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product


Description

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

160

1.2.145 OMC02 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Patch and Upgrade

course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Objectives

Product Description, BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the software installation and upgrade

V900R015 Operation and Maintenance

Content
BSC6900/BSC6910 OMU Introduction

flow
Outline the backup and restore operations
Complete the installation and upgrade tasks
Grasp the OMU routine maintenance

BSC6900/BSC6910 Application Software


Upgrade Directly
BSC6900/BSC6910 OMU Operation and
Maintenance

commands

Training Methods

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Class Size

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

Min 6, max 12

Successful completion of the following

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

161

1.2.146 OMC03 MBTS GSM V100R008

Patch and Upgrade

MBTS Software Upgrade

Objectives

Procedures(BSC6900 LMT-Based)
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Upgrade procedures
Preparing for the Upgrade

Understand the basic concepts .


Master MBTS GSM software upgrade
procedures.

Performing the Upgrade


Verifying the Upgrade
MBTS Software Upgrade

Target Audience

Procedures(M2000-Based)

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and

Upgrade procedures

Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Preparing for the Upgrade


Performing the Upgrade

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Verifying the Upgrade

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

course(s): MBTS GSM V100R008 Product


1 working day

Description
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data configuraton

Content

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Overview

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162

1.2.147 OMB57 GSM BSS15.0 Antenna and Feeder Maintenance

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Objectives

wireless network operation and maintenance


On completion of this course, the participants will

Successful completion of the following

be able to:

course(s):BSC6000 GSM V9R15 Product

Describe Antenna and Feeder hardware


structure.
Describe Antenna and Feeder maintenance

Description

Content
Antenna and Feeder common faults

Describe the Antenna and Feeder

Antenna and Feeder fault reasons

troubleshooting flow.
Analyse the Antenna and Feeder fault reasons.

Antenna and Feeder troubleshooting

Master the Antenna and Feeder

Background Information
Specification and Capacity

troubleshooting.
Describe the basic principles of intermodulation
interference and CDMA network interference
Explain how to troubleshoot interference

Offline Intermodulation Interference Test


Online Antenna Feeder PIM Test
Offline Frequency Spectrum Scanning

problems by using the wireless air interface

Online Frequency Spectrum Scanning

and RF maintenance and testing functions

CDMA Network Interference Detection

Explain principles of the wireless air interface

Abbreviation

and RF maintenance and testing functions


Know how to use the wireless air interface and
RF maintenance and testing functions

Training Methods
Lecture

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Min 6, max 12

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

163

1.2.148 OMC04 GSM BSS15.0 Emergency Maintenance

BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand the Basic Symptoms About the
Accident
Know how to collect the related information
Excute the quick emergency handling methods.

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
Emergency Maintenance Overview

Target Audience

Basic symptoms about the accident


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

collecting related information


quick emergency handling methods

Training Methods

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

Product Description
BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Min 6, max 12

Operation and Maintenance

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

164

1.2.149 OMC05 GSM BSS15.0 Precautions and Emergency Maintenance for Large
Traffic

Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Understand Precautions and Emergency
Maintenance for Large Traffic
Know how to adjust BSC parameters before

Configuration
MBTS GSM V1R7 Product Description
MBTS GSM V1R7 Operation and Maintenance
MBTS GSM V1R7 Data Configuration

Content

large traffic
Excute emergency maintenance for large traffic

Target Audience

Precautions and Emergency Maintenance for


Large Traffic Overview

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Adjusting BSC Parameters Before Large Traffic


Emergency Maintenance for Large Traffic

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6000 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

165

1.2.150 OMC06 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Fault Information Collecting

Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the OMU Maintenance and Operation
Know how to collect the fault information for CS
and PS fault
Describe where is the different file in OMU.
Describe the functions of different files

Configuration
MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description
MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
OMU Overview

Target Audience

CS Fault information collecting


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

PS Fault information collecting

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

166

1.2.151 OMC07 BSC6900/BSC6910 CS Troubleshooting

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the CS Fault Troubleshooting flow
Know how to do Single pass and no voice
Troubleshooting
Know how to do Cross pass Troubleshooting

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content

Know how to do Noise Troubleshooting

CS Fault Troubleshooting flow

Know how to do Echo Troubleshooting

Single pass and no voice Troubleshooting


Cross pass Troubleshooting

Target Audience

Noise Troubleshooting
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Echo Troubleshooting

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Operation and Maintenance

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

167

1.2.152 OMC08 BSC6900/BSC6910 PS Troubleshooting

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the PS Fault Troubleshooting flow
Know how to do PS Data rate Troubleshooting
Know how to do PS Access Troubleshooting
Know how to Anylase PS KPI

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
PS Fault Troubleshooting flow

Target Audience

PS Data rate Troubleshooting


BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

PS Access Troubleshooting
PS KPI Analysis

Training Methods

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1 working day

Class Size

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Min 6, max 12

Operation and Maintenance

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

168

1.2.153 OMC09 BSC6900/BSC6910 IP Transmission Troubleshooting

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and

Understand typical IP transmission

Maintenance

troubleshooting cases
Understand fault isolation in case of
emergencies in IP transmission mode
Understand how to analyze typical IP
transmission troubleshooting cases

Target Audience

MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
TCP/IP Protocol
Physical layer Troubleshooting
Data link layer Troubleshooting

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Network layer Troubleshooting


LAPD/SCTP Troubleshooting
IPPATH Troubleshooting

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
1.5 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Operation and Maintenance

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

169

1.2.154 OMC10 BSC6900/BSC6910 Clock Troubleshooting

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Objectives

Configuration
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe Clock Fault Troubleshooting Flow
Know how to do Clock troubleshooting

Target Audience

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

Clock Fault Troubleshooting

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Operation and Maintenance

COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

170

1.2.155 OMC11 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for Hardware

Operation and Maintenance

Objectives

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Know the capacity specifications of the
BSC6900/6910 V900R015
Know the new hardware adopted by the
BSC6900/6910 V900R015
Know the hardware configuration and capacity
of the BSC6900/6910 V900R015

Configuration
MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description
MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and
Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
BSC6900/BSC6910 Evolution Overview

Target Audience

BSC6900/BSC6910 Hardware Evolution

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

BSC6900/BSC6910 Typical Hardware


Configuration

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.17 working day

Class Size

course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015


Min 6, max 12

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

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1.2.156 OMB58 MBTS GSM V100R007 - V100R008 Delta for Hardware

Configuration

Objectives

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Know the new hardware adopted by the MBTS
GU V100R008
Know the New hardware configuration

MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and


Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
GBSS15.0 Solution Introduction

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Overview of the new TRX modules


Product hardware of the new TRX modules
Configuration specifications of the new TRX
modules

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.17 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Operation and Maintenance


BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

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1.2.157 OMC13 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for New


Maintainability and Testability Feature

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

GBSS O/M feature

be able to:

Enhanced Multi-Site Cell Maintenance and RF

Know the principles and application scenarios

Maintenance
CGI Used in MML Commands for Cell

of the O/M features


Know the configuration procedures and
implementation methods of the O/M features

Identification
eGBTS O/M Changes
Transmission and Platform Services

Target Audience

Maintenance Features
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Automatic Detection of Optical Power and


Alarm Reporting
Enhanced Crossed Pair Connection Detection

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Cell Out of Service Alarm Masked at the Cell


Level
Enhanced OMU Maintenance and Test
Remote Deployment Optimization: DHCP
Trace
DSCP Value Change Detection

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Training Methods

Operation and Maintenance


BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

LectureHands-on exercise

Duration

Configuration
MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description
MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and

0.25 working day

Class Size

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Min 6, max 12

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1.2.158 OMC14 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM V900R014 - V900R015 Delta for New Feature

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description

Objectives

MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Know the principles and application scenarios
of the new features
Know the configuration procedures and
implementation methods of the new features

Target Audience

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Content
GSM Features
Baseband Extension
Enhanced Multi-site Cell

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

Synchronous Ethernet-based
Soft-Synchronized Network
IP QoS-EAMRC
SRAN Features

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

Transmission Resource Pool in RNC/BSC

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Enhanced Backup Power Saving

wireless network operation and maintenance

Training Methods

Successful completion of the following


course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Duration

Product Description
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Operation and Maintenance
BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data
Configuration

LectureHands-on exercise

0.25 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.2.159 OMC15 CME GSM V200R012 - V200R013 Delta

MBTS GSM V100R008 Product Description

Objectives

MBTS GSM V100R008 Operation and


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Maintenance
MBTS GSM V100R008 Data Configuration

Know the new feature of CME


Master the new feature for GSM, UMTS and

Content
New NE Types

SRAN

New and Modified Features on the Platform

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

New and Modified Common Features


New and Modified Features for GSM
Configuration
New and Modified Features for SRAN

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance
Successful completion of the following
course(s):BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015
Product Description

Configuration

Training Methods
LectureHands-on exercise

Duration
0.17 working day

BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015

Class Size

Operation and Maintenance


BSC6900 BSC6910 GSM V900R015 Data

Min 6, max 12

Configuration

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1.3 GSM WBT Product Technology Training Courses Descriptions


1.3.1

BSC6900 GSM V9R13 Product Description(WBT)

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

BSC6900 System Overview

be able to:

BSC6900 Hardware Structure

State the structure and functions of important

Cabinets

boards of BSC6900.

Subracks

State the system structure and functions of


modules of BSC6900.

Subsystems and Boards


BSC6900 Typical Configuration

State the system structure and functions of


subracks of BSC6900.

Training Methods

State the performance features of BSC6900


WBT

Target Audience

Duration
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1hour

Class Size

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications

No limit

At least 1 year working experience in GSM


wireless network operation and maintenance

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1.3.2

BSC6900 GSM Initial Data Configuration Based on CME(WBT)

BSC6900 Data Configuration Procedure

Objectives

Data Configuration Overview


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Configure BSC6900 by CME independently.
Describe the configuration of important
parameters of GSM BSS system.
Check the data configuration correctness and
validity.
Describe the loading procedure of data

Configuring the Global Information


Configuring the Equipment Data
Configuring the Interfaces
Ater Interface Data Configuration (Over TDM)
A Interface Data Configuration (over TDM)
A Interface Data Configuration (over IP)
Gb Interface Data Configuration (over FR)
Gb Interface Data Configuration (over IP)

configuration via CME.

Target Audience

Training Methods
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

WBT

Duration

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

1 hour

Class Size
No limit

Content
Basic Concepts of CME

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1.3.3

BSC6900 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT)

Objectives

Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

be able to:

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Understand BSC6900 safety precautions of


maintenance.

wireless network operation and maintenance

Content

Describe the BSC6900 troubleshooting flow.


Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for
common BSC6900 faults.
Locate the troubleshooting cases for common

General Troubleshooting Flow


BSC Fault Information Collection
Fault Classification and Troubleshooting
Method

BSC6900 faults.
Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common

BSC Fault Preventative Measures

BSC6900 faults.
Perform the troubleshooting for common
BSC6900 faults.

Training Methods
WBT

Target Audience

Duration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 hour

Class Size
No limit

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1.3.4

MBTS GSM V100R004 Product Description(WBT)

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

MBTS System Overview

be able to:

MBTS Hardware Structure

Describe the features of MBTS (GSM Only)

BBU Hardware Structure

products.

RFU Hardware Structure

Describe the hardware structure of MBTS


(GSM Only).

Auxiliaries Hardware Structure


MBTS Cable Connection

Describe the function of boards of MBTS (GSM


Only).

MBTS Technical Specifications


MBTS Typical Configuration

Explain the MBTS signal flow.

Basic Principles

Check the hardware structure of the MBTS,


such as the cabinet, subrack, broad, and cable.

Target Audience

Configuration Scenarios

Training Methods

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM
wireless network operation and maintenance

WBT

Duration
1hour

Class Size
No limit

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1.3.5

MBTS GSM Initial Data Configuration (WBT)

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Basic Concepts of CME

Illustrate the data configuration procedure

Overview of Configuration Multi-Mode Base

based on CME.

Stations

Explain key parameters in each step during


data configuration procedure.

MBTS Data Configuration Procedure


MBTS Data Exporting and Activating

Implement the data configuration with template


file.

Export MML script for BTS

Training Methods

Perform initial data configuration and dynamic


WBT

modification.

Duration

Target Audience
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Prerequisites

0.5hour

Class Size
No limit

Basic knowledge of mobile communications


At least 1 year working experience in GSM

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1.3.6

MBTS GSM V100R004 Operation and Maintenance(WBT)

Objectives

Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will

Basic knowledge of mobile communications

be able to:

At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Describe GSM site maintenance objects (Web


LMT and MML).

wireless network operation and maintenance

Content

Describe the concepts of MBTS (GSM Only)


management status.
Describe the concepts of MBTS (GSM Only)

Web LMT introduction


Device maintenance
Routine maintenance through MML

operation status.
Describe MBTS GSM routine operation and

Transmission and interface test

maintenance procedure.
Explain how to use MBTS (GSM Only) remote
maintenance console.

Training Methods
WBT

Target Audience

Duration

BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and


Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

1 hour

Class Size
No limit

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1.3.7

MBTS V100R004 GSM Troubleshooting (WBT)

wireless network operation and maintenance

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

General Procedures of Troubleshooting

Understand BTS safety precautions of

Collecting Information for Locating BTS Faults

maintenance.

Methods of Fault Judgment and Location

Describe the BTS troubleshooting flow.

Antenna

Describe the troubleshooting phenomenon for

Feeder Fault

common BTS faults.

Transmission Fault

Locate the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

LAPD Link fault


Approach to prevent BTS fault

Analyze the troubleshooting cases for common


BTS faults.

Training Methods

Target Audience
WBT
BSS Field Technicians, First Line Operation and
Maintenance Technicians and Engineers

Duration
0.5 hour

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of mobile communications
At least 1 year working experience in GSM

Class Size
No limit

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1.4 GSM RNP RNO Training Course Descriptions


1.4.1

OMA00 BSC6000 GSM Air Interface

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Overview

be able to:

Processing of Voice Signal

Describe the function of each kind of logical

Features in GSM System

channel

Timing Advance

Describe the general radio signal process on


Um interface

Frequency Hopping
Discontinuous Transmission

State the techniques used on Um interface

Power Control

Describe typical GSM communication flow

Radio Channel

Perform the operation for interface message

Location Update

trace

Call Setup

Identify the messages on A interface and Abis


interface

Handover
Direct Retry

Analysis the messages on A interface and Abis


interface
Explain the important message parameters
Identify the fault by the method of analyzing the
signaling flow

Short Message
Release
Case Analysis
NA

Training Methods

Target Audience

Lectures, Hands-on exercise

GSM BSS Engineers

Duration

GSM RNP Engineers


GSM RNO Engineers

2.5 working days

Prerequisites

Class Size

Having basic knowledge of radio network

Min 6, max 12

system

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1.4.2

OMA01 BSC6900/BSC6910 GSM Air Interface

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Overview

be able to:

Processing of Voice Signal

Describe the function of each kind of logical

Features in GSM System

channel

Timing Advance

Describe the general radio signal process on


Um interface

Frequency Hopping
Discontinuous Transmission

State the techniques used on Um interface

Power Control

Describe typical GSM communication flow

Radio Channel

Perform the operation for interface message

Location Update

trace

Call Setup

Identify the messages on A interface and Abis


interface

Handover
Direct Retry

Analysis the messages on A interface and Abis


interface
Explain the important message parameters
Identify the fault by the method of analyzing the
signaling flow

Short Message
Release
Case Analysis
NA

Training Methods

Target Audience

Lectures, Hands-on exercise

GSM BSS Engineers

Duration

GSM RNP Engineers


GSM RNO Engineers

2.5 working days

Prerequisites

Class Size

Having basic knowledge of radio network

Min 6, max 12

system

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1.4.3

OMA02 BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

system

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

GPRS/EDGE System Overview

Outline the GPRS/EDGE network structure and

GPRS/EDGE Wireless Subsystem

functions of entities in GPRS network


Describe the GPRS/EDGE frame structure of
Um interface

GPRS/EDGE Numbering and Region


GPRS/EDGE Mobility Management
GPRS Signaling Basis

Describe the function of each kind of logical


channel

Establishment of TBF in Um Interface


Release of TBF in Um Interface

Describe the typical application scenarios of


different logical channel
Describer the multiple timeslot ability of
GPRS/EDGE MS
Describe GPRS/EDGE channel setup flow
Describe GPRS/EDGE channel release flow

Target Audience

Optimization Flow in Um Interface


Signaling Flow in Gb Interface
NA

Training Methods
Lectures, Hands-on exercise

Duration
2 working days

GPRS/EDGE BSS Engineers


GPRS/EDGE RNP Engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO Engineers


Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

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1.4.4

OMA03 BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

system

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

GPRS/EDGE System Overview

Outline the GPRS/EDGE network structure and

GPRS/EDGE Wireless Subsystem

functions of entities in GPRS network


Describe the GPRS/EDGE frame structure of
Um interface

GPRS/EDGE Numbering and Region


GPRS/EDGE Mobility Management
GPRS Signaling Basis

Describe the function of each kind of logical


channel

Establishment of TBF in Um Interface


Release of TBF in Um Interface

Describe the typical application scenarios of


different logical channel
Describer the multiple timeslot ability of
GPRS/EDGE MS
Describe GPRS/EDGE channel setup flow
Describe GPRS/EDGE channel release flow

Target Audience

Optimization Flow in Um Interface


Signaling Flow in Gb Interface
NA

Training Methods
Lectures, Hands-on exercise

Duration
2 working days

GPRS/EDGE BSS Engineers


GPRS/EDGE RNP Engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO Engineers


Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

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1.4.5

OMO00 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Functionality

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Cell Parameters Overview

be able to:

Cell Parameters Introduction

List the MS behaviors in idle mode

Case Study

Describe the parameters associated with MS

NA

behaviors in idle mode

Hopping Overview

List the types of frequency hopping

Hopping Classification

Describe the functions of frequency hopping

Hopping Parameters

algorithm

Training Methods

Describe the parameters of frequency hopping


Lectures, Hands-on exercise

Target Audience

Duration
GSM BSS senior engineers
2.25 working days

GSM RNO engineers

Class Size

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

Min 6, max 12

BSC6000 GSM Air Interface

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1.4.6

OMO01 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Functionality

Cell Selection

Objectives

Cell Reselection
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:

Paging Processing

List the MS behaviors in idle mode


Describe the parameters associated with MS
behaviors in idle mode
List the types of frequency hopping
Describe the functions of frequency hopping
algorithm
Describe the parameters of frequency hopping

Access Processing
Other parameters
NA
Hopping Overview
Hopping Classification
Hopping Parameters

Training Methods

Target Audience

Lectures, Hands-on exercise

GSM BSS senior engineers

Duration

GSM RNO engineers

Prerequisites

2.25 working days

Completion of the following course(s):


BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

Location Update

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Content
System Information Reception

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1.4.7

OMO02 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Features

Classification of HO

Objectives

HO Algorithm Process
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the general flow of GSM power
control algorithm
Interpret Huawei power control algorithm II
Interpret Huawei power control algorithm III
Describe the other features about power
control
Describe the general flow of GSM handover

General HO Process
Measure and Measurement Result Report
Measurement Report Preprocessing
Handover Judgment
Handover Implementation
NA
Power Control Overview
HW Power Control
HW Power Control

algorithm
Interpret Huawei handover algorithm I/II

Other Power Control

Describe the enhanced full rate algorithm

Enhanced Full Rate

Describe the half rate algorithm

Half Rate

Describe the adaptive multiple rate algorithm

Adaptive Multiple Rate

Describe the GSM radio channel allocation

NA
HW II Channel Assignment Procedure

algorithm II

Principle of Channel Assignment

Target Audience

Data Configuration of Channel Assignment


GSM BSS senior engineers

Training Methods

GSM RNO engineers


Lectures, Hands-on exercise

Prerequisites

Duration
Completion of the following course(s):
4.75 working days

BSC6000 GSM Air Interface


GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Functionality

Content

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Introduction of Handover
Purposes of HO

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1.4.8

OMO03 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Features

Measurement Report Preprocessing

Objectives

Handover Judgment
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the general flow of GSM power
control algorithm
Interpret Huawei power control algorithm II
Interpret Huawei power control algorithm III
Describe the other features about power
control
Describe the general flow of GSM handover

Handover Implementation
NA
Power Control Overview
HW Power Control Algorithm
HW Power Control Algorithm
Other Algorithms
NA
Enhanced Full Rate
Half Rate

algorithm
Interpret Huawei handover algorithm I/II

Adaptive Multiple Rate

Describe the enhanced full rate algorithm

NA

Describe the half rate algorithm

HW II Channel Assignment Algorithm Basic

Describe the adaptive multiple rate algorithm

Channel Assignment Procedure

Describe the GSM radio channel allocation

Channel Assignment Strategies


Detail Priorities of Channel Assignment

algorithm II

Strategies

Target Audience

Channel Assignment Priorities and Data


GSM BSS senior engineers

Configuration

GSM RNO engineers

Capacity Priorities and Data Configuration


Quality Priorities and Data Configuration

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):
BSC6900 GSM Air Interface
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

PS Coordination Priorities and Data


Configuration
Management Priorities and Data Configuration

Training Methods

Functionality

Content

Lectures, Hands-on exercise

Duration

Introduction of Handover
Purposes of HO

4.75 working days

Classification of HO

Class Size

HO Algorithm Process
Min 6, max 12

General HO Process
Measure and Measurement Result Report

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1.4.9

OMO04 GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Performance Management

BSC6000 GSM Air Interface

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Brief Introduction to BSC Traffic Statistics

Describe the operations about performance

Often-used Traffic Statistics Items Analysis

management based on M2000

Training Methods

Interpret the general analysis procedure of


Lectures, Demonstration

traffic analysis
Interpret the functions of some typical counters

Target Audience

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

GSM BSS senior engineers


GSM RNO engineers

Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.10 OMO05 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network Performance Management

Performance Management Preferences

Objectives

Performance Database Capacity Parameters


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the operations about performance
management based on M2000
Interpret the general analysis procedure of
traffic analysis
Interpret the functions of some typical counters

User-Defined Counter Management


Query Performance Result
Other Functions
Traffic Statistics Items Analysis Process
Often-used Traffic Statistics Items Analysis

Training Methods

Target Audience

Lectures, Demonstration

GSM BSS senior engineers

Duration

GSM RNO engineers

Prerequisites

0.5 working day

Completion of the following course(s):


BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

Measurement Management

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Content
Performance Management Basic

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1.4.11 OMO06 GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Features

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Radio Optimization Parameters

List the typical parameters for GPRS/EDGE

Power Control

radio network optimization

Cell Reselection

Interpret the typical parameters for

Radio Channel Management

GPRS/EDGE radio network optimization


Describe GPRS/EDGE power control algorithm

NA

Training Methods

Describe GPRS/EDGE cell reselection


Lectures, Case-study

conditions

Duration

Target Audience

1.5 working days

GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Prerequisites

Min 6, max 12

Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.12 OMO07 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Features

BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

GPRS/EDGE Cell Parameters

List the typical parameters for GPRS/EDGE

GPRS/EDGE Power Control

radio network optimization

GPRS/EDGE Cell Reselection

Interpret the typical parameters for

GPRS/EDGE Performance Parameters

GPRS/EDGE radio network optimization


Describe GPRS/EDGE power control algorithm

NA

Training Methods

Describe GPRS/EDGE cell reselection


Lectures, Case-study

conditions

Duration

Target Audience

1.5 working days

GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Prerequisites

Min 6, max 12

Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.13 OMO08 GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Performance Management

Objectives

Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will

Completion of the following course(s):

be able to:

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

Describe the operations about performance

Content

management based on M2000


Interpret the functions of typical counters

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Analysis

List the typical KPIs


Interpret the definition and measurement points
of typical KPIs

Target Audience
GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers
GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Statistics System

Training Methods
Lectures, Demonstration

Duration
1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.14 OMO09 GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Performance


Management

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Performance Management Basic

be able to:

Performance Management Preferences

Describe the operations about performance

Performance Database Capacity Parameters

management based on M2000

Measurement Management

Interpret the functions of typical counters

User-Defined Counter Management

List the typical KPIs

Query Performance Result

Interpret the definition and measurement points

Other Functions

of typical KPIs

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Statistics System

Target Audience

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Analysis

Training Methods

GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers


GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Lectures, Demonstration

Prerequisites

Duration

Completion of the following course(s):


BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.15 OMO10 GSM 2G/3G/4G Interoperability

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

Objectives

Features
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the inter-RAT CS cell reselection
conditions

Content
Overview of Inter-RAT UE Behavior in Idle
Mode

Describe the inter-RAT PS cell reselection

GSM-WCDMA Cell Reselection


GSM-LTE Cell Reselection

conditions
Describe the inter-RAT handover algorithm

GSM-WCDMA Handover Procedure

Describe the signaling flow of inter-RAT

GSM-LTE Handover Procedure

handover

Training Methods

Target Audience
Lectures
GSM BSS Engineers

Duration

GSM RNO Engineers


1 working day

Prerequisites

Class Size
Completion of the following course(s):
Min 6, max 12

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface


GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network
Functionality

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1.4.16 OMO13 BSC6000 GSM Radio Network Optimization

Drop

Objectives

Call Drop Cases


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the key KPIs of TCH/SDCCH call
drop
Summarize the typical problems of call drop in
realistic network
Analyze the main reasons of call drop

Handover Process Flow


Measurement Points and Performance Index of
Handover
Analysis of Handover Problem
Handover Cases
Symptoms and Classification of Network
Interference

Describe the key KPIs of handover


Summarize the typical problems of handover
failure in realistic network
Analyze the main reasons of handover failure

Approaches to Identifying Network Interference


Locating and Solving Interference Problems
Evaluation Standards and Principles of Speech
Quality

Study the cases

Statistics and Analysis of Factors Affecting the

Target Audience

MOS

GSM BSS senior engineers

Subjective Speech Problem Handling

GSM RNO engineers

Voice-Related Key Parameters


Paging Definition Overview

Prerequisites

Paging Problem Analysis Process


Completion of the following course(s):
BSC6000 GSM Air Interface
GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Functionality
GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Features
GSM BSS8.1 Radio Network Performance

Paging Cases

Training Methods
Lectures, Case-study

Duration

Management
2 working days

Content

Class Size

Call Drop Definition and Main Reasons


Detail Reasons Location and Solution for Call

Min 6, max 12

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Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Handover Process Flow

be able to:

Measurement Points and Performance Index of

Describe the key KPIs of TCH/SDCCH call

Handover
Analysis of Handover Problem

drop
Summarize the typical problems of call drop in
realistic network

Handover Cases
Symptoms and Classification of Network

Analyze the main reasons of call drop

Interference

Describe the key KPIs of handover

Approaches to Identifying Network Interference

Summarize the typical problems of handover

Locating and Solving Interference Problems

failure in realistic network

Evaluation Standards and Principles of Speech

Analyze the main reasons of handover failure


Study the cases

Quality
Statistics and Analysis of Factors Affecting the
MOS

Target Audience

Subjective Speech Problem Handling


GSM BSS senior engineers

Voice-Related Key Parameters

GSM RNO engineers

Paging Definition Overview

Prerequisites

Paging Problem Analysis Process

Completion of the following course(s):

Paging Cases

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

NA

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

Training Methods

Functionality
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

Duration

Features
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network
Performance Management

Lectures, Case-study

2 working days

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.18 OMO15 BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Optimization

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

Objectives

GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the general analysis method of TBF
setup success rate problem
Introduce the detailed solution of TBF setup

Features
GSM BSS8.1 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network
Performance Management

Content
Low TBF Setup Success Ratio

success rate problem


Describe the general analysis method of
download speed problem

Low Downloading Rate


NA

Introduce the detailed solution of download

Training Methods

speed problem
Lectures, Case-study

Study the cases

Duration

Target Audience

0.5 working day

GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Prerequisites

Min 6, max 12

Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.19 OMO16 BSC6900/BSC6910 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Optimization

Radio Network Features

Objectives

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the general analysis method of TBF

Radio Network Performance Management

Content
Relative Formula

setup success rate problem


Introduce the detailed solution of TBF setup
success rate problem

Signaling Procedure
Analysis and Optimization Methods

Describe the general analysis method of


download speed problem

Cases Study
Low Download Rate Problem Analysis

Introduce the detailed solution of download


speed problem

Low Upload Rate Problem Analysis

Training Methods

Study the cases

Lectures, Case-study

Target Audience

Duration
GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers
1 working day

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Class Size

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

Min 6, max 12

BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface


GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 GPRS/EDGE

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1.4.20 OMP00 GPRS/EDGE Radio Network Planning

BSC6000 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface, OR

Objectives

BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the work flow of GPRS/EDGE radio
network planning

Content
Planning Principle
Capacity Planning (Um, Abis, Gb)

Implement GPRS/EDGE radio network traffic


capacity planning

Coverage Planning
Frequency Planning

Implement GPRS/EDGE radio network


coverage planning

Signaling Channel Planning


Dual-band Network Solution

Implement GPRS/EDGE radio network


frequency planning
Describe the influence to the GSM network

NA

Training Methods
Lectures, Case-study

Target Audience

Duration
GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers
0.5 working day

GPRS/EDGE RNP engineers

Class Size

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

Min 6, max 12

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1.4.21 OMP00 GSM Antenna Basics

system

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Antenna Fundamentals

Describe the theory of radio signal propagation

Antenna Working Principle

Describe the radio signal propagation model

Antenna Specifications

Interpret the structure of the antenna

Antenna Selection

equipments

Electric Downtilt Antenna

Interpret the features of the antenna

Training Methods

equipments
Implement selecting the suitable antenna type
Outline the key specifications of antenna

Target Audience

Lectures

Duration
0.5 working day

Class Size

GSM BSS senior engineers


GSM RNP engineers

Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

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1.4.22 OMP01 GSM Radio Network Planning

Cell Planning Detailed Flow

Objectives

Coverage Planning Basis


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Implement GSM radio network coverage
planning
Explain the link budget model and its
application
Explain the advance technology for improving

Link Balance and Budget


Indoor Coverage Planning
Advance Technology for Improving Coverage
Traffic Prediction
TCH Capacity Planning
SDCCH Capacity Planning
Capacity Enhancement Technology

coverage
Implement GSM radio network traffic capacity

Location Area Overview


Location Area Planning Principle

planning on TCHF/TCHH/SDCCH
Explain the capacity enhancement technology

Paging Strategies in Location Area

Explain the location area planning?

LAC capacity calculation

Describe the paging ability of radio network

Frequency Planning

Explain GSM frequency resource, C/I

Normal Frequency Reuse Technology

conception, frequency reuse definition, and

Tight Frequency Reuse

frequency tighten reuse technology and its

Concentric Cell Technology

application

Multiple Reuse Pattern Technology


NA

Target Audience

Training Methods

GSM BSS senior engineers


GSM RNP engineers

Lectures, Case-study

Prerequisites

Duration

Completion of the following course:


BSC6000 GSM Air Interface, OR

3.5 working days

Class Size

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

Content

Min 6, max 12

Cell Planning Process

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1.4.23 OMO11 GSM Highway and High-speed Railway Solution

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

Objectives

Features
On completion of this course, the participants will

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network

be able to:
Describe highway and high-speed railway
solution
Describe the networking strategy of highway
and high-speed railway

Performance Management

Content
Overview of Highway and High-speed Railway
Solution

Describe the feature and equipment of highway


and high-speed railway

Networking Strategy of Highway and


High-speed Railway

Describe the scenario solutions of highway and


high-speed railway

Feature and Equipment of Highway and


High-speed Railway

Describe the optimization method of highway


and high-speed railway

Scenario Solutions of Highway and High-speed


Railway
Optimization of Highway and High-speed

Target Audience

Railway
GSM BSS senior engineers

Training Methods

GSM RNP engineers


Lectures

GSM RNO engineers

Duration

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):
BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

Class Size

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network


Functionality

1 working day

Min 6, max 12

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1.4.24 OMO15 GSM BSS14.0 Feature Delta

Active TBF Allocation

Objectives

PS Service Improvement
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the enhanced part in handover
algorithm I
Describe the enhanced part in handover
algorithm II

Multiple CCCHs
Layered Paging
RACH Storm Filtration
VAMOS Overview
Principle of VAMOS
Application Scenarios

Describe the feature of VAMOS


Describe the feature of PS power control

Impacts of VAMOS on the Network


Design and Implementation Method

Describe the feature of HSCSD

Data Configuration Procedure

Describe the feature of smart pipe

Optimization Parameters Configuration

Target Audience

Performance Measurement Counters

GSM BSS senior engineers

Background of PS Power Control

GSM RNO engineers

Principle of PS Power Control


Algorithm of PS Power Control

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

Relative Counters of PS Power Control

Training Methods

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface


GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network
Functionality

Lectures

Duration

GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network


Features

Content
Handover Algorithm I Enhanced

1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Handover Algorithm II Enhance

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1.4.25 OMO17 GSM BSS15.0 Feature Delta

smooth voice call handover

Objectives

Data Configuration of smooth voice call


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the enhanced part in handover
algorithm I
Describe the enhanced part in handover
algorithm II

handover
Impact on Performance
Interference Band Algorithm Enhance
SA Multi-frame Counter Optimization
The Principle and Application Scenarios of
small packet resource balancing

Describe the feature of VAMOS


Describe the feature of PS power control
Describe the feature of HSCSD

Data Configuration of small packet resource


balancing
Impact on Performance

Describe the feature of smart pipe

The Principle and Application Scenarios of PS

Target Audience

access congestion balancing


Data Configuration of PS access congestion

GSM BSS senior engineers

balancing

GSM RNO engineers

Impact on Performance

Prerequisites

Training Methods
Completion of the following course(s):
Lectures

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface


GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network
Functionality
GSM BSS9.0/12.0/13.0/14.0 Radio Network
Features

Duration
1 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

Content
The Principle and Application Scenarios of

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1.4.26 OMA04 Evolved EDGE

Objectives

Content

On completion of this course, the participants will

Introduction to Evolved EDGE

be able to:

The Feature Set

Describe the principle of evolved EDGE

EGPRS2 Resource Allocation and Operation

List the feature set

NA

Describe the EGPRS2 resource allocation and

Training Methods

operation
Lectures

Target Audience

Duration
GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers
1 working day

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers

Class Size

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

Min 6, max 12

BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

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1.4.27 OMA05 GPRS EDGE Signaling

BSC6900 GPRS/EDGE Air Interface

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Introduction and Protocols Overview

Describe the layer3 of Um interface and

Um interface Layer 3

relative signalling flows

Um interface Layer 2

Describe the layer2 of Um interface and


relative signaling flows

Um interface Layer 1
Gb interface

Describe the layer1 of Um interface and


relative signaling flows

Gn/Gp interface
NA

Describe the Gb interface and relative signaling

Training Methods

flows
Describe the Gn/Gp interface and relative
signaling flows

Lectures

Duration

Target Audience

2 working days

GPRS/EDGE BSS senior engineers

Class Size

GPRS/EDGE RNO engineers


Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.28 OMP03 Common Components for Indoor Coverage and Repeater


Introduction

POI

Objectives

Attenuator
On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
List the types of common components for
indoor coverage
Describe the functions of common
components for indoor coverage
Describe the functions of repeaters

Load
Antenna
Leaky Cable
Attenuator Feeder, Connector, and Adapter
Concepts
Working Principles
The KPIs of Repeater

Target Audience

The Classification of Repeater

GSM BSS senior engineers

The Application of Repeater

GSM RNP engineers

Installation and Commissioning

Prerequisites

Training Methods

Having basic knowledge of radio network


system

Lectures

Duration

Content
0.5 working day
Amplifier

Class Size

Power Splitter
Coupler

Min 6, max 12

Bridge
Combiner

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1.4.29 OMP04 GSM Indoor Coverage Planning and Optimization

Indoor Coverage Survey and Design Process

Objectives

Indoor Coverage Survey


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the method of GSM indoor coverage
planning
Describe the method of GSM indoor coverage
optimization
Describe the method of indoor and outdoor

Indoor Coverage Design Basis


Indoor Coverage System Design
Purpose of Indoor Coverage Optimization
Preparations for Indoor Coverage Optimization
Principles of Indoor Coverage Optimization
Indoor Coverage Optimization Test
Indoor Coverage Optimization Analysis

inter-operation

The Conception of IBS Indoor

Target Audience

Outdoor Inter-operation Optimization Solution


GSM BSS senior engineers

The Method for IBS Indoor

GSM RNP engineers

Outdoor Inter-operation Optimization

GSM RNO engineers

Training Methods

Prerequisites
Lectures
Completion of the following course(s):

Duration

GSM Radio Network Planning


1.25 working days

Content

Class Size
In-building Coverage System Trend
Min 6, max 12

Challenge
In-building Coverage System Solution
In-building Coverage Key Points

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Successful Cases

Objectives

The Key Demands of Airport Coverage


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the stadium coverage solution
Describe the metro coverage solution
Describe the airport coverage solution
Describe the resident location coverage
solution
Describe the commercial building coverage
solution
Describe the campus coverage solution

Target Audience

Huawei Airport Coverage Solution


Successful Cases
Requirement of Resident Location Coverage
Solutions
Huawei Resident Location Coverage Solution
Key Technical Points
Successful Cases
Brief Introduction of Commercial Building
Coverage Solution
Huawei Commercial Coverage Solution
Key Points in Coverage Solution Design

GSM BSS senior engineers

Successful Cases

GSM RNP engineers

Brief Introduction of Campus Network Solution

GSM RNO engineers

Huawei Campus Coverage Solution


Key Points In Coverage Solution Design

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):
GSM Radio Network Planning

Successful Cases

Training Methods
Lectures

Content
Requirement of Stadium Coverage Solutions
Huawei Stadium Coverage Solution
Solutions

Duration
0.25 working day

Class Size

Successful Cases
The Key Demands of Metro Coverage

Min 6, max 12

Huawei Metro tunnel Coverage Solution

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1.4.31 OMA50 GSM Radio Channel(WBT)

GSM RNP engineers

Objectives

GSM RNO engineers


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the function of each kind of logical

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

channel

system

Describe the general radio signal process on

Content

Um interface
State the techniques used on Um interface
Describe typical GSM communication flow
Perform the operation for interface message

GPRS/EDGE System Overview


GPRS/EDGE Wireless Subsystem
GPRS/EDGE Numbering and Region
GPRS/EDGE Mobility Management

trace
Identify the messages on A interface and Abis
interface
Analysis the messages on A interface and Abis
interface
Explain the important message parameters
Identify the fault by the method of analyzing the

Training Methods
Lectures

Duration
0.08 working day

Class Size

signaling flow

Target Audience

Min 6, max 12

GSM BSS senior engineers

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1.4.32 OMO51 BSC6900 GSM GPRS EDGE PM System and Counters Overview(WBT)

Objectives

Prerequisites

On completion of this course, the participants will

Completion of the following course(s):

be able to:

BSC6900 GSM Air Interface

Describe the operations about performance

Content

management based on M2000


Interpret the general analysis procedure of

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Analysis

traffic analysis
Interpret the functions of some typical counters

Target Audience
GSM BSS Engineers
GSM RNP Engineers
GSM RNO Engineers

GPRS-EDGE Traffic Statistics System

Training Methods
Lectures

Duration
0.2 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.33 OMA51 GSM System Technology(WBT)

GSM RNP engineers

Objectives

GSM RNO engineers


On completion of this course, the participants will
be able to:
Describe the function of each kind of logical

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

channel

system

Describe the general radio signal process on

Content

Um interface
State the techniques used on Um interface
Describe typical GSM communication flow
Perform the operation for interface message
Identify the messages on A interface and Abis
Analysis the messages on A interface and Abis
interface
Explain the important message parameters
Identify the fault by the method of analyzing the

GSM BSS senior engineers

GPRS Network Interfaces


GPRS Wireless Subsystem
GPRS Location Area

interface

Target Audience

GPRS Architecture
Protocols

trace

signaling flow

GPRS System Overview

Training Methods
Lectures

Duration
0.04 working day

Class Size
Min 6, max 12

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1.4.34 OMP51 In-building Coverage Overview(WBT)

GSM Radio Network Planning

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content
In-building Coverage System Trend and

be able to:
Implement GSM radio network coverage

Challenge
In-building Coverage System Solution

planning
Explain the link budget model and its
application

In-building Coverage Key Points

Training Methods

Explain the advance technology for improving


Lectures

coverage

Duration

Target Audience

0.2 working day

GSM BSS Engineers

Class Size

GSM RNP Engineers


GSM RNO Engineers

Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Completion of the following course(s):

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1.4.35 OMO52 BSC6900 Signaling Trace Introduction(WBT)

system

Objectives
On completion of this course, the participants will

Content

be able to:

Location Update

Describe the layer3 of Um interface and

Call Setup

relative signalling flows

Handover

Describe the layer2 of Um interface and


relative signaling flows

Direct Retry
Short Message

Describe the layer1 of Um interface and


relative signaling flows

Release
Case Analysis

Describe the Gb interface and relative signaling

Training Methods

flows
Describe the Gn/Gp interface and relative
signaling flows

Lectures

Duration

Target Audience

0.08 working day

GSM BSS senior engineers

Class Size

GSM RNO engineers


Min 6, max 12

Prerequisites
Having basic knowledge of radio network

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