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LTE Public Safety Training by TONEX

LTE Public Safety Training Course is a 3-day training program (for detailed course outline CLICK HERE).

LTE Public Safety Training course is a new course developed by four leading LTE and Public Safety experts.  LTE Public Safety Training course provides an in-depth analysis public safety features supported and reused in LTE  and discusses the options involved in adopting the LTE/EPC/IMS/VoLTE technologies to provide mission-critical public safety and other services.

Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is the evolution of 3rd Generation (3G) and legacy Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). LTE technology is the natural and organic evolving option for Public Safety networks over mobile broadband for more efficient ways for Public Safety communication. New 3GPP developed features such Proximity Services (ProSe) allows Public Safety user devices to communicate without infrastructure (device to device), a fundamental option for mission-critical-capable technology. Group Communications Systems Enablers (GCSE), mission critical push to talk (MCPTT).

LTE Public Safety Training covers LTE security and AKA, QoS, mobility,  unicast data transmission, Enhanced Multi-media Broadcast Multicast Services (eMBMS),  Voice over LTE (VoLTE), Group Communication Service Enabler, Proximity Based Services, Isolated E-UTRAN Operation and  Mission Critical PTT over LTE. Become familiar with Public Safety  LTE, features, technology enhancements, capabilities, applications, and security.

Learn about:

  • LTE Release 12 features
  • Proximity Services (ProSE) or Device-to-Device (D2D) Communication
  • ProSE architecture
  • Group Communication System Enablers for LTE (GCSE)
  • Proximity Services and Group Call in LTE Use cases and principles
  • Public Safety ProSe-enabled UEs
  • ProSe Group Communications transmission
  • Proximity Services (ProSE) and D2D scenarios
  • D2D discovery
  • D2D communication
  • Synchronization of devices
  • Synchronization and Timing for D2D
  • LTE direct
  • LTE/WiFi direct
  • UE to UE relay

LTE Public Safety Training Course Topics:

Public Safety in Asia, Europe and North America

  • Public Safety LMR and TETRA
  • NPSTC and FirstNet
  • FCC Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau procedures
  • Public Safety Broadband Requirements
  • Public Safety Long Term Evolution (PS LTE)
  • Public Safety LTE Overview
  • Frequency Bands and Spectrum
  • LTE Licensed  and LTE-U/LTE-Unlicensed (License Assisted Access)
  • What is Public Safety Broadband Network (PSBN)?

The LTE Evolution Path

  • LTE FDD versus TDD
  • TD-LTE
  • LTE key parameter
  • Evolved Packet System (EPS)
  • System Architecture Evolution (SAE)
  • Evolved Packet Core (EPC)
  • LTE System Architecture/ Interfaces
  • LTE Bearer
  • LTE Transport Layer
  • S1/X2 Interfaces
  • LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation
  • Small Cells
  • LTE Access Control, Access Classes and Access Barring

Voice (and SMS) over LTE (VoLTE)

  • Public Safety in LTE
  • Public Safety LTE vs. Commercial LTE
  • Role of Public Safety LTE in Public Safety
  • Mobility between Public Safety LTE coverage areas
  • LTE Spectrum Act
  • Network architecture of E-UTRAN and EPC
  • Requirements and capabilities of LTE/EPC
  • Requirements of LTE public safety features
  • LTE/EPC AS and NAS security and AKA
  • IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
  • LTE/EPC policy and charging control (PCC)

Public Safety and Group Communication System

  • LTE Group Communication System
  • Mission Critical Push To Talk (MCPTT)
  • IOPS (Isolated E-UTRAN Operation for PS)
  • LTE Multicast/Broadcast
  • eMBMS
  • Device to Device Communication (D2D)
  • D2D Relay
  • ProSE (Proximity Based Services)
  • LTE Group Calls and ProSe
  • GCSE (Group Call Service Enabler) architecture
  • LTE Security Architecture


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