5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp
5G systems engineering is an amalgam of both new and established technology as noted by 3GPP.
This esoteric mix of technology is what differentiates 5G from its predecessors. Looking at the big picture regarding 5G systems engineering, network operators have developed two types of 5G services: 5G fixed wireless broadband services and 5G cellular services.
5G fixed wireless broadband services are intended to deliver internet access to homes and businesses without a wired connection to the premises. To do that, network operators deploy NRs in small cell sites near buildings to beam a signal to a receiver on a rooftop or a windowsill that is amplified within the premises.
The idea is that fixed broadband services will make it less expensive for operators to deliver broadband services to homes and businesses because this approach eliminates the need to roll out fiber optic lines to every residence.
Instead, operators need only install fiber optics to cell sites, and customers receive broadband services through wireless modems located in their residences or businesses.
5G cellular services, on the other hand, provide user access to operators’ 5G cellular networks. These services began to be rolled out in 2019 when the first 5G-enabled (or -compliant) devices became commercially available. Cellular service delivery is also dependent upon the completion of mobile core standards by 3GPP.
Even though 5G is well into its initial rollout in the U.S., there are still considerable 5G systems engineering issues and challenges to resolve.
5G is classified into three categories such as ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC), massive machine-type communication (mMTC), and enhance mobile broadband (eMBB) by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
5G will provide higher data rate (Gbps), low latency, enhance quality of service (QoS), low energy consumption at a low cost per transmission, better spectral efficiency (SE), energy efficiency (EE), quality of service (QoS), improved throughput and better user experience.
The main challenges are to reduce interference, latency, power consumption, and enhance data rate.
In truth, an array of 5G systems engineering issues and challenges have caused deployment to play out a bit differently than anticipated.
Rather than a marathon progressing deterministically toward a finish line, the ongoing 5G rollout has been more like a puzzle to be put together piece by piece.
5G technology has no doubt matured in the past two years. Good progress has been made to develop and deploy wireless infrastructure technologies like massive multiple input-multiple output (mMIMO) and millimeter wave (mmWave), both of which contribute to 5G’s improved speeds.
As the technology underpinning 5G has become more developed, a realization of the complexity of 5G has come along with it.
What it’s come down to for 5G systems engineers is this: The arrival of 5G has allowed engineers to play a new role as they carry out deeper analysis of a more widely accessible environment. 5G systems engineering is now about scanning the world with a different eye: more data, more services – all this coming from a denser network of ever increasing diverse case uses.
5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp Course by Tonex
5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp is a 3-day training program designed for analysts, engineers, managers and technicians. 5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp will teach you how to plan, design, architect, implement, operate and maintain 5G networks and systems. You’ll learn the basics of the systems engineering approach and its relationship to 5G network and systems engineering as applied to commercial 5G networks, private 5G networks and government/municipals.
What You Will Learn
This course provides participants with the principles of applied systems engineering with a focus on 5G.
- The fundamentals of the 5G use cases, networks, systems and applications
- Systems engineering process, methods, tools to real world 5G engineering tasks
- Basic planning and design tradeoffs inherent with modern licensed and unlicensed systems
- Considerations when engineering a 5G system
- Strategies applicable to fielding 5G systems
Who Should Attend
5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp training course is designed for analysts, design engineers, managers, technicians, testers, and employees with little or no 5G experience. The course is also useful for those who have experience with 5G but have never had any formal training on the standard.
How You Will Benefit
- Learn about systems level issues related to developing 5G networks and systems.
- Work in a team to develop specifications for a 5G RAN and core network
- Learn about design choices inherent in 5G operations
- Become introduced to top-level 5G implementation strategies and issues
- Learn about 5G QoS, policy and security
- Overview of Wireless and Mobile Technologies
- Wireless Systems Engineering
- Applications of Mobile Networks
- Key 5G Concepts
- 5G Systems Engineering, 5G System and Network Architecture
- 5G RAN and Core
- 5G RF Engineering and 5G NR Design and Engineering
- 5G NSA and SA Deployment
- 5G Standalone and Non Standalone Architecture and Operation
- 5G Security Architecture, Cybersecurity and Hacking
- Overview of 5G and IoT
- 5G Operational Scenarios, 5G Service SLA, QoS and Policy
- 5G Mobility Architecture and Design
- 5G Integration with 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and SATCOM
5G Systems Engineering Bootcamp