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Cellular Networks Fundamentals

Cellular Networks Fundamentals is a 2-Day training program serves as an introduction to mobile cellular networks covering the history of cellular and mobile network evolution from 1G-5G and providing a fuller description of the fundamentals of cellular network technology.  By attending Cellular Networks Fundamentals  training session you will learn about the architecture of the cellular networks, radio access network, transmission and core network, all the major interfaces and cellular network elements and their functions.

Learn about:

  • Cellular Networks
  • Cells in a Network
  • Network of transmitters and receivers
  • Cellular Phone Technology
  • Mobile Broadband
  • Mobile Data Connection
  • Mobile Data Versus Wi-Fi and other non-cellular technologies
  • GSM, GPRS, CDMA, EV-DO 3G, UMTS, WCDMA, 4G, LTE, LTE-Advanced and 5G
  • Cellular System Overview
  • Cellular Network Organization
  • Cellular Systems Terms
  • Components
  • ME (mobile equipment)
  • BS (base station)/NM/eNB
  • Subscriber identity module (SIM)
  • HLR/HSS
  • VLR, EIR, SGSN, GGSN
  • MME, SGW, PWG
  • IMS
  • Power transmitters
  • Antenna, transmitter, receiver, and control unit
  • Band of frequencies
  • Cells set up
  • Hexagonal patterns
  • Frequency Reuse
  • Adjacent cells frequencies
  • Interference or crosstalk
  • Cell splitting
  • Cell sectoring
  • Microcells, Macrocells, Picocells, Femtocells
  • Performance Metrics
  • Handoff
  • Capacity in Cellular Systems
  • Security and Encryption

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