WiMAX, 3G, 4G & Telecommunication (GSM, CDMA, EDGE)
CSLiT training center specializes in providing individual and corporate trainings in the area of cutting edge next generation wireless & network technologies like NGN, UMA/GAN, WiMAX, LTE, GSM, GPRS, UMTS, SS7, Optical Fiber, Microwave, IMS, CDMA, WCDMA, 3G and 4G. Our portfolio of courses are developed utilizing the latest learning and delivery techniques that offer unrivalled development opportunities. Courses and training programs have been designed to meet the needs of individuals and corporate seeking a broad understanding of a range of modern wireless communications systems, networks and programming. These courses provide a solid understanding of telecom technologies, networks, protocols and a comprehensive knowledge about telecom solutions and supporting technologies.
GSM Network Concept CDMA Network Concept Radio Network Planning GPRS, EDGE Microwave Radio & Transmission Planning Optical Fiber Communication Signaling System Seven (SS7) 3G, UMTS, 4G IP Network & Data Communications WiMAX Network Architecture WiMAX Network Planning , Design & Optimization
GSM Basic concepts PCM and voice coding Primary Level Multiplexing Multiplexer and transmission hierarchy concepts Telecom transmission concepts Switching and traffic engineering Signaling & Billing History of GSM Transition from Analog to Digital GSM Objectives, GSM Services Cellular Concepts & GSM Reference Model GSM Architecture – MS, BSS, NSS GSM Architecture – OSS: OMC and OSS functions GSM Network Structure & Operating Frequencies GSM Radio Channel GSM Radio Link Speech Coding & Channel Coding Frame Structure, Modulation Mobile Initialization Location Update, Identification Authentication, Ciphering, Registration Call Case: PSTN to MS Call Case: MS to PSTN MS‐to‐MS Call Handover Logical Channels Organization of Logical Channels Mobile Synchronization GSM Circuit‐Switched Data Capabilities HSCSD Overhead Issues HSCSD Call Setup GPRS GPRS Motivation & Architecture Packet based communications GPRS Architecture & Channel Types Setting up a Call The use of existing GSM Channels Multiframe Structure Channel Coding From Client to Server: Example Point‐to‐Point Services Network Access Points Attaching to the GPRS Network Sending a Data Packet Dynamic Resource Allocation Packet based communications Broadband and cable VoIP Regulatory and business considerations EDGE Rationale and History Modulation, Channel Coding Radio Link, Adaptive Multi‐Rate Coding Enhanced Circuit Switched Data CDMA Introduction to CDMA History of cdmaOneTM Spread Spectrum Technology Multiple Access ‐ The ‘Cocktail Party’ Analogy Benefits of CDMA in Cellular Systems CDMA Performance Soft , Softer Hand Over. Open Loop, Closed Loop Power Control Air Interface, Voice Coding Power Control Forward CDMA Channel, Reverse CDMA Channel Access and Handoff CDMA2000 1X in Context, CDMA2000 1X Network Packet Data Functionality Radio System Overview Forward and Reverse Channel Structure Technical Features Basic Procedures
STM1. link management MTP message handling – addressing. STP.E1 SDH. softer handover. MS in Busy Mode PLMN and cell selection Idle mode procedures Dealing with hierarchical layers Measurement report Handover preparation – structure and principles Cell Parameters System information – structure and content The parameters that control the GSM network System effects from parameter settings Increasing Capacity Sectorisation and cell splitting Useful GSM features Innovative approaches Radio Planning tool Microwave Radio & Transmission Planning PDH. GPRS and UMTS The evolution of UMTS UTRAN introduction Introduction to the bearer concept. Fade Margins Optical Fiber Fundamental of FO Optical Fiber Cable Types of Fiber Splicing & Cable‐laying Element of fiber optic link Connector Optical Transmitter & Receiver Optical Transmission Link Link Loss Budget Link Loss OTDR DWDM. Hardware Structure BSC functions on the block level BSC configuration. ODU ( Outdoor Unit) Feeder Combiner Splitter Microwave Radio configuration Microwave radio Equipment Installation Maintenance and Alarm Handling Diversity Techniques 1+0. SLS. 1+1. Site Integration Fault Hadling BSC Performance and Features.4+1 Space. micro and pico cells Interference & Frequency Planning Cell patterns and re‐use distance Different types of interference. Equipment Installation Maintenance and Alarm Handling MSC Mobile Switching Center Overview MSC System Structure. etc The logical division of SS7: MTP and User Parts Use of SS7 protocol in 2G & 3G mobile networks Overview of various SS7 protocols and SS7 users MTP – Message Transfer Part The function of the different MTP levels MTP signal units and MTP‐fields. Transmission Concept Interference & Frequency Planning Steps in the Transmission planning process Transmission planning tools in the process
Wave propagation in the atmosphere Radio wave propagation properties Requirements & limitations of propagation models Link budget Path loss predictions and fading margins Clearance Requirements Earth Bulges. Fresnel Zone Site survey. message handling. DWDM in All Optical Networks. Interfaces MSC Service Functions MSC Networking & Configuration Radio Planning Cell Planning Process Introduction to cell planning Steps in the cell planning process Cell planning tools in the process Macro. Hot Standby Configaration Performance and availability objectives Performance Unavailability. inner loop (fast loop) and outer loop
. Radio survey MS in Idle Mode . power control Power control mechanisms in UMTS: open loop. routing and distribution Signalling Network Management functions MTP over ATM: protocols overview. Frequency and Polarization Diversity. and limits in GSM specifications How to reduce interference Capacity Dimensioning Erlang and GOS Traffic calculation System Balance How to balance a system and why Link budget Coverage Prediction Radio wave propagation properties Path loss predictions and fading margins Requirements and limitations of propagation models Site survey. Spreading Comparison of FDMA. Signalling SS7 An introduction to different types of signalling A comparison of CAS and CCS systems The definition and structure of the SS7 signalling network: SP. SL.Paging and Handoff Other CDMA2000 Technologies BTS BTS Overview & Architecture Radio Site Installation PSU (Power Supply Unit) DXU (Distribution Switch Unit) dTRU (Double Transeiver unit) CXU (Configuration Switch Unit) CDU ( Combing and Distribution Unit) AC or DC Connection Unit & FCU (Fan Control Unit) BTS Equipment Installation & configuration Maintenance and Alarm Handling Antenna System Site Installation Tests. SSCF & SSCOP functions ISUP – ISDN User Part SCCP – Signalling Connection Control Part TCAP – Transaction Capabilities Application Part MAP – Mobile Application Part SS7 over IP. Survey Equipment Site location and antenna heights Microwave Radio Network Design & Optimization Transmission Planning Tool Microwave Radio Overview IDU (Indoor Unit)/IFU. INAP – IN Application Part 3G UMTS System Overview Network architecture of GSM. CDMA and WCDMA The general principles of spreading Requirements on codes used for WCDMA UMTS Codes Scrambling Codes (SC) and Channelisation Codes Usage of codes in uplink and downlink Characteristics and problems on the radio interface Soft handover.
standards‐based Fixed Networks Nomadic Networks Mobile Networks Overview of 802. 802. Path Loss.20 Propagation. 802.16. Watts and µV/m Apply Nyquist and Shannon observations WiMAX Network Planning Cell site capacity planning Back haul capacity planning Air interface capacity Interworking with non‐WiMAX systems System Overview Single and Multiple Channel IF Architecture Base Station Shelf Components Micro Base Station Components Macro Base Station Components Subscriber Components Installation Safety and Installation Consideration Installation Process Radio Site Installation PSU (Power Supply Unit) DXU (Distribution Switch Unit) dTRU (Double Transeiver unit) CXU (Configuration Switch Unit) CDU ( Combing and Distribution Unit) AC or DC Connection Unit FCU (Fan Control Unit) BTS functions on the block level BTS Equipment Installation Maintenance and Alarm Handling Antenna System Site Installation Tests Site Integration Fault Hadling Testing VSWR Site Master BER Test System Activation Commissioning System Features Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) Automatic Repeat reQuest (ARQ) Bandwidth Allocation Policy Dynamic Resource Allocation Protocol (DRAP) Traps and Alarms
. Fading & Link Budget Path Loss & System Coverage Frequency Reuse Propagation Modelling & Measuring Predictive Modelling Tools Spreadsheet Models Terrain Based Models Effectively Using a Propagation Analysis Program Using a Predictive Model The Comprehensive Site Survey Process
System Planning Link Budget for Mobile WiMAX System parameter considerations Gains and losses Maximum allowable path loss for UL and DL Calculate power levels in dBm.11.16d.WiMAX
Motivation and Overview Current state of wireless networks Drivers for WiMAX networks 3G an d 4G wireless alternatives Frequency spectrum options Principles of OFDM Key attributes of OFDM Frequency domain orthogonality Time and frequency domain views OFDM Terminology Carrier and subcarrier Modulation and OFDM symbol Subcarrier spacing Guard period and cyclic prefix OFDM Operations Encoding and modulation Serial‐to‐parallel conversation Frequency to time domain conversion Addition of cyclic prefix RF Modulation Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Inverse Fast Fourier Transform (IFFT) Transmitting and receiving of an OFDM system WiMax Network Architecture High‐speed Wireless Data: System types. 802.16e 10‐66GHz Technical Standards 2‐11GHz Technical Standards Overview of 802.