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4G LTE Fundamentals Online Training

$266.00

Key Features

  • 20 hours of High-Quality Video E-Learning Sessions
  • 40 hours of Lab Exercises/Practical’s
  • 65% of extensive learning through Hands-on exercises, Project Work, Assignments and Quizzes
  • The training will prepare you for Certification.
  • 24X7 Lifetime Support with Rapid Problem Resolution Guaranteed
  • Learning of each step for Installation of Software

Why take 4G LTE Fundamentals  Training Course?


  • There is an excessive need for professionals skilled in 4G LTE for better salary and excellent job opportunities.

  • To make sure you enjoy your learning this training is the perfect blend of theory, practicals,assignments and case study(Project).

Product Description

4G LTE Training

  • What is LTE ?

In Nov. 2004, 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) began a project to define the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) of Universal Mobile

Telecommunications System (UMTS) cellular

  • technology
  • Higher performance
  • Backwards compatible
  • Wide applications

  • History of LTE

  • LTE is a standard for wireless data communications technology and an evolution of the GSM/UMTS standards.
  • The goal of LTE was to increase the capacity and speed of wireless data networks using new DSP (digital signal processing) techniques and modulations.
  • A further goal was the redesign and simplification of the network architecture to an IP-based system with significantly reduced transfer latency compared to the 3G architecture.
  • The LTE wireless interface is incompatible with 2G and 3G networks, so that it must be operated on a separate wireless LTE was first proposed by NTT DoCoMo of Japan in 2004, and studies on the new standard officially commenced in 2005.
  • The LTE standard was finalized in December 2008, and the first publicly available LTE service was launched by TeliaSonera in Oslo and Stockholm on December 14, 2009 as a data connection with a USB modem.
  • Samsung Galaxy Indulge being the world’s first LTE smartphone starting on February 10, 2011. Initially, CDMA operators planned to upgrade to rival standards called UMB and WiMAX.
  • But all the major CDMA operators (such as Verizon, Sprint and MetroPCS in the United States, Bell and Telus in Canada, au by KDDI in Japan, SK Telecom in South Korea and China Telecom/China Unicom in China) have announced that they intend to migrate to LTE after all.
  • The evolution of LTE is LTE Advanced, which was standardized in March 2011.

4G LTE Training

  • Agenda

  • LTE Technologies
  • Voice Over LTE
  • Value Added Services
  • LTE Product Devices
  • LTE Maintenance
  • LTE Advance
  • LTE FDD & TDD
  • Simplex
  • Half Duplex
  • Full Duplex

  • TD-LTE Features

  1. Frame structure
  2. Random access
  3. Scheduling
  4. HARQ
  5. ACK/NACK
  6. Guard periods

  • FDD and TDD LTE frequency bands

  • TD-LTE over FD-LTE

  • Throughput Calculations


  • International Mobile Subscriber Identity(IMSI)

  • Globally Unique Tempoary Identfier(GUTI)

  • International Mobile Software Identifier with Equipement version (IMSIEV)

  • Radio Network Temporary Identifier (RNTI)

  • CRNTI

  • Tracking Area Identity(TAI)

  • Packet Data Network Identity

  • LTE Bearer Establishment Identifiers

  • Throughput Calculations

  • UE Support
  • Options for LTE Voice
  • VoLTE basics
  • VoLTE procedures
  • VoLTE Codecs
  • VoLTE Bearers
  • IMS Integrations
  • VCC and Debugging

  • Voice Over LTE

  • UE Support
  • Options for LTE Voice
  • VoLTE basics
  • VoLTE procedures
  • VoLTE Codecs
  • VoLTE Bearers
  • IMS Integrations
  • VCC and Debugging

  • LTE Enabled UEs

  • User Equipments to work in LTE network
  • LTE SIM Cards
  • LTE Modem
  • Native voice capabilities
  • VoIP applications
  • LTE Dongle
  • Customer Premises Equipments

  • Options for LTE Voice

  • CS Fallback
  • VoIP LTE and SR-VCC — VoLGA
  • All VoIP – VoIP LTE and VoIP UMTS
  • IMS in VoLTE
  • Policy control use case for IMS Voice
  • IMS media

  • VoLTE Basics

  • Voice Over LTE
  • Difference between PDP Context
  • PDP Context

  • UE Attach -> Primary PDP
  • UE gets IP, has QoS
  • For multiple data sessions -> Sec PDP
  • Params used -> APN, IP Addr, QoS

  • EPS Bearer

  • UE Attach -> Default bearer setup
  • UE gets IP, has nominal QoS for signalling
  • For service -> Dedicated bearer setup, has QoS needed for service
  • Params used -> APN, IP Addr, QoS but optimized in signalling msgs sent over the air

  • QoS Concept

  • Voice Over LTE

  • IP flows (aka service data flows or SDFs) may belong to one or more services

  • EPS Bearer provides connectivity to Packet Data Networks (PDNs)

  • Bearer extends from UE to PDN GW
  • All Service data flows within a bearer receive same level of QoS

  • Default bearer established when UE connects to a PDN

  • Remains in place as long as the PDN connection is alive
  • Provides UE with low latency always-on IP connectivity to PDN
  • QoS level of default bearer assigned based on subscription

  • Dedicated bearers are setup when new IP flows that require specific packet

  • forwarding treatment are started

  • Dedicated bearers can be Guaranteed Bit Rate (GBR) or non-GBR

  • Default bearer is always non-GBR

  • LTE Attach

  • UE Powers on
  • UE sends Initial Attach
  • UE gets authenticated
  • Default Bearer is created
  • UE gets IP
  • Attach Completes

  • Dedicated Bearer Establishment

  • Call Setup:

  • SIP Register – UE sends response key
  • SIP Invite
  • PCSCF initiates Dedicated bearer request
  • EPS establishes dedicated bearer
  • UE gets bearer activation request
  • UE bearer accept
  • PCSCF gets bearer response
  • Call Establishment completes

  • IMS AKA Session Registration Message Flows

  • Initial Registration:

  • The UE builds an unauthenticated SIP Register message.
  • The SIP Register message is sent to the P-CSCF’ s unprotected server port.
  • The SIP Register message is passed to the UE’s home S-CSCF where the UE’s SIP identity is validated.
  • The S-CSCF obtains stored subscriber security information from the HSS.
  • The S-CSCF sends a SIP 401 Authentication Required response message to the P-CSCF.

  • Re-registration:

  • De-Registration:

  • Value Added Servicer

  • LTE APNs
  • Mobile Data
  • Application Server
  • Rich Communication Suite
  • Voice, Video Calls
  • Chat, Messages, File Share
  • Mobile Gaming
  • Mobile TV, Content Streaming

  • LTE APNs

  • Application Server

  • TAS Features

  • VLR/Subscriber Profile Support
  • Registration
  • De-Registration
  • Re-Registration

  • Rich Communication Suite

  • Voice and Video Calls

Video Calls

Mobile Gaming

LTE Broadcast

Mobile TV

LTE Maintenance

Challenges in LTE Management

SON Overview

LTE Advance

  • Wider Bandwidth

  • Support for bandwidths larger than 20 MHz (40 MHz, 100 MHz)
  • Carrier Aggregation – aggregate two or more component carriers

Peak data rates of 1 Gbps DL, 500 Mbps UL

  • UL and DL Transmission Schemes

  • Beamforming, MIMO enhancements

  • Coordinated Multi-Point Tx and Rx (CoMP)

  • Improve coverage, cell edge throughput and/or system efficiency

  • Relaying

  • Relay Nodes forward traffic/signaling between eNB and terminals
  • Improve coverage of high data rates, extend coverage to shadowed areas etc.

LTE-Advanced submitted by 3GPP as candidate for ITU-R IMT-Advanced 4G technology solution in October 2009

4G LTE Training

  • Approx 03 Weeks

    Assume 08 hours / week

  • HOURS:- 16 SESSIONS (each session of 1 hours)

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