Mobile Broadband Transformation Bootcamp

Category: Mobile Broadband Transformation Bootcamp

Course Description

Mobile broadband is associated with wireless internet access, delivered through mobile phone towers to computers, mobile phones and other digital devices. It is estimated that, every decade (i.e. 10 years), a new mobile technology becomes available. Not only does this go hand in hand with new infrastructure, but it also encompasses the nature of service, compatibility, peak data rates, new frequency bands, etc. Each transition is referred to as a generation.

This bootcamp takes delegates on an informative journey, moving through from the first mobile data services (second generation) to the latest 5G deployment, whilst covering everything in between.

This training course will feature:

  • Broadband evolution and transformation
  • Discuss architectural aspects, transport and core networks
  • Discuss assorted benefits and services (including Proximity services and the Internet of Things)
  • Discuss LTE
  • Discuss an assortment of services, currently utilized, and understand 5G deployment options

Benefit of Attending

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the next generation system architecture
  • Reflect on 3GPP enhancements and the way forward to newer technology
  • Understand the pros and cons of LTE-Wifi Radio Level Aggregation
  • Appreciate applicable broadcast and multicast techniques
  • Understand eMTC and architecture enhancements

Who Should Attend

This training course has been designed to provide a general overview and would be well suited to anyone that has an interest in this form of data transmission. It would be useful for those people who wish to understand the ins and outs of the technology, as well as those who deal with it, daily.

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Network Professionals
  • IT Professionals
  • Consultants
  • Strategic and Technical Managers
  • Software and System Engineers
  • Electrical and C&I Engineers
  • Communication specialists
  • System Testers
  • Commissioning staff
  • Supervisors
  • Maintenance staff
  • Graduates and staff in training

Course Design

This training course in Dubai will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This would include, but not be limited to, effective presentations, open discussions, simulations, paper exercises, individual and group exercises, as well as small subject evaluations at the completion of every chapter. Delegates will receive a comprehensive manual, as well as a pdf document containing the presentation slides. Questions are encouraged at all times.

Course Outline

  • Broadband evolution, development an innovation
  • Broadband emerging capabilities, and mobile adoption
  • LTE features and spectrum sharing
  • OFDMA and antennae technology
  • An assortment of definitions, including CoMP, UPCON, NAICS, MUST and DC
  • Control pane and user architecture, proximity services and integration technologies
  • Comparisons of licensed vs unlicensed spectrums, as well as scheduling principles
  • Architecture, protocol, principles and procedures with respect to LWA
  • Architecture, terminology, principles, interfaces and deployment of EPC
  • Synchronization, communication and deployment of D2D
  • Proxy service architecture, protocols, functions and procedures
  • Applications, scenarios, spectrum and scheduling of V2V
  • Multi-carrier and -operator support & roaming
  • Reference architecture, transmission, service authorization and geolocation handling for V2X
  • M2M and the Internet of Things systems
  • Target scenarios, layer access schemes and overview of LTE to NB-IOT
  • Overview, and comparison of MTC/IoT and terminal capabilities
  • Introduction, key features and functions of eMTC, and plane optimization
  • Activities, standardization, architecture, device requirements and design principles of 5G
  • 5G operations, management, frequency bands and key principles
  • Architectural evolution, dedicated core network and user mobility with respect to 5G
  • Evolution from 4G to 5G
  • Antennae and spectrum integration
  • Active Antennae Systems and the formation of beams
  • Signaling that has been improved and how this affects transmission and reception
  • Proximity services
  • Enhancements that have been implemented with respect to wi-fi
  • Services related to networks
  • Specific congestion control and service capability exposure