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Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Technology Overview, incl. Wideband-CDMA And cdma2000
Category: GSM AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION COURSES
COURSE FEE: USA: $6900
S/Africa, Ghana & African Countries: £3500
UK, UAE, Malaysia, India,Istabul: £4900

ABOUT THE COURSE


This course is intended to introduce the delegate to the air interface technologies used in the European Standard and American Standard 3rd Generation mobile deployment. It covers primarily the air interface, but also includes the Radio Access Network components and nodes and description of the normal operating procedures of both technologies.


TARGET PARTICIPANTS:


This course is for evryone who has an understanding of the basic concepts of RF and mobile technologies, GSM/GPRS operation and basic communications


COURSE CONTENT


Introduction to Access Technologies


Introduction


Major attributes of CDMA systems


Third-Generation systems


Multiple Access technologies


Modes of Operation in wireless communications


Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum and Spreading Codes


Introduction


Types of techniques for Spread Spectrum


The concept of Spread Spectrum System


System Processing Gain


The performance of DSSS


The DSSS system


BPSK


QPSK


Bit Scrambling


The performance of a CDMA system


Autocorrelation


Cross-correlation


Orthogonal functions


Speech & Channel Coding


Speech coding


Pulse code modulation


Adaptive pulse code modulation


Code-excited linear prediction


Enhanced variable-rate codec


Channel coding


Convolutional coding


Diversity, Combining & Antennas 


Diversity reception


Types of diversity


Macroscopic diversity


Microscopic diversity


RAKE receiver


Basic combining methods


Selection combining


Maximal-ratio combining


Equal-gain combining


Examples of Base Station and Mobile Antennas


CDMA2000 System


cdma2000 layering structure


upper layer


link layer


cdma2000 channels


channel naming convention


logical channels used by PLICF


Physical layer


Forward link physical channels


Forward link features


Reverse physical channels


Data services in cdma2000


Mapping logical channels to physical channels


Evolution of cdmaOne to cdma2000


Major technical differences between cdma2000 and W-CDMA


Introduction to UMTS Networks 


UMTS topology


WCDMA concepts


WCDMA network deployment options


Introduction to WCDMA


Summary of main parameters in WCDMA


Spreading & dispreading recap


Multipath radio channels and RAKE reception


Power control


Softer and soft handovers


Radio Access Network Architecture 


System architecture


UTRAN architecture


General protocol model for UTRAN terrestrial interfaces


Iu, the UTRAN-CN interface


UTRAN internal interfaces


UTRAN enhancements and evolution


UMTS core network architecture an evolution


Physical Layer 


Transport channels and their mapping to the physical channels


Spreading and modulation


User data transmission


Signalling


Physical layer procedures


Terminal radio access capabilities


Radio Interface Protocols 


Protocol architecture


The medium access control protocol


The radio link control protocol


The packet data convergence protocol


The broadcast/multicast service


The radio resource control protocol


Early UE handling principles


RF Planning & Optimisation


Overview of the network deployment process


Link budgets


Network planning tools


Interference considerations during network planning


Topology planning


Parameter settings and optimisation during network planning


RF optimisation


Initial Parameter Settings 


Broadcast of system information


Translation between information element values and engineering values


Over-the-air parameters


Physical layer parameters


Intra-frequency cell reselection parameters


Access parameter recommendations


Intra-frequency handover parameters


Service Optimisation 


KPI and layered optimisation approach


Voice service optimisation


Video-telephony service optimisation


PS data service optimisation


High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)</s

DATES:

17 Dec - 21 Dec, 2018,
11 Mar - 15 Mar, 2019,
10 Jun - 14 Jun, 2019,
07 Oct - 11 Oct, 2019

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