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By now, just about everyone knows that 5G is much faster than previous generations of wireless technology.
But it’s not just about speed. 5G also offers greater capacity, allowing thousands of devices in a small area to be connected at the same time (as well as perhaps a billion globally).
Additionally, 5G is also about the reduction in latency — the time between instructing a wireless device to perform an action and that action being completed. What this means is that 5G is more responsive. For example, gamers will see an end to the slight delays that can occur when games can take time to reflect what they’re doing on their controller.
The whole telecom industry is focusing on evolving from a hybrid 5G to what’s known as a 5G Core (5GC) and Standalone (SA).
Most feel this new architecture is key to addressing multiple vertical needs and opening up new business opportunities for service providers. These industry verticals include, manufacturing and automotive, private and mission critical networks and wireline access.
The current 5G architecture, which began rolling out in the U.S. in the spring of 2019, relies on older technology (4G) while service providers continued to build out their Standalone 5G infrastructure. Consequently, the full power of 5G technology has yet to be realized. This, however, is expected to change sometime next year when the SA version is ready.
However, none of the advanced 5G use cases such as ultra-low network latency and very high throughputs will be possible without New Radio (NR) standalone technologies and 5G Core.
This is because 5G has demanding service and network requirements that will require a fundamental change to the core architecture. The 5G Core will be the heart of the network and acts as an anchor point for multi-access technologies.
It needs to deliver a seamless service experience across fixed and wireless access technologies. 3GPP has defined a new 5G Core architecture that supports service delivery over wireless, fixed or converged networks. This new 5G Core uses a cloud-aligned Service-Based Architecture (SBA) that supports control plane function interaction, reusability, flexible connections and service discovery that spans all functions.
Of course, cloud-native architecture is also essential for the 5G Core. That’s why providers are assiduously building cloud-native 5G core portfolios to support extreme mobile broadband and massive/critical machine communication services with expanded service capabilities, scalability, agility and new core network functions.
The 5G tapestry is changing. Need to catch up to what’s happening with 5G? Tonex can help.
5G Training Course Online, Onsite and Live Online by Tonex
5G Wireless Training, A Comprehensive 5G Technical Overview Training. 5G Training, A Comprehensive 5G Technical Overview Training with Workshops, Hands-on Exercises (can be done Online, Onsite and Live online). 5G Wireless Training, (5th generation wireless systems, 5G mobile networks) is the innovative course covers 5G Wireless revolution.
5G Wireless Training course also covers the fundamental 5G wireless communications including, 5G services, 5G frequency spectrum, 5G RAN, 5G core, Service Based Architecture (SBA), cloud technology applied in 5G, SDN/NFV, AI.ML, 5G security, innovations in 5G backhaul technologies and more.
For successful deployment of 5G, mobile network operators (MNOs) need transport technologies that can meet stringent throughput, latency and reliability requirements.
Participants will learn about 5G wireless communications framework and technical attributes defined by 3GPP and International Mobile Telecommunications – 2020 (IMT-2020) by the ITU-Radiocommunication Sector. 5G requirements and the primary 5G use cases are discussed.
An overview for the 5G network and system architecture gives the attendees a foundation of the 5G System. 5G core and access networks including cloud architecture, Service Based Architecture (SBA) and 5G reference points/interfaces are discussed. Service Based Architecture (SBA) provides a modular framework from which common applications related to 5G control plane and interconnected Network Functions (NFs). An overview of network slicing, Software Defined Networks (SDN)) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is provided.
Participants will learn more about 5G radio interface including: 5G NR, mmWave, Massive MIMO, duplexing modes, frequency bands, Dual-Connectivity (DC) operation, Device-to-Device (D2D) communications, implementation of the CPRI and eCPRI standards, OpenRAN architecture, Backhaul, Midhaul, and Fronthaul.
An overview of 5G networks security is provided including: 5G security threats and vulnerabilities, risk management and mitigation, 5G Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) process, encryption and integrity processes and keys.
Upon the completion of 5G Fundamentals training, the attendees will:
- Learn the fundamental concepts of 5G wireless system
- List and discuss various 5G services and use cases
- Discuss end-to-end 5G network architecture
- Learn about 5G NR, 5GC: 5G core functions, network slicing, architecture, structure, and components
- Discuss 5G Security, D2D, Proximity Services, IoT, and advanced features
The 5G Evolution
- Global 5G
- 5G Spectrum Vision
- 5G Service Innovation
- 5G Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (ULLC)
- 5G Enhanced Mobile broadband (eMBB)
- IoT/M2M, Machine Type Communication (MTC)
Overview of Key 5G Wireless Communication
- 5G Wireless Requirements, Applications, and Services
- Overview of 5G Vision
- 5G Wireless Use Cases and Applications
- Key Capabilities in IMT-2020
- Overview of current and Past 5G Wireless Standardization and Projects
- 5G Technology Enablers
- 5G Challenges and Requirements
- 5G Wireless Air Interface Options
- 3GPP Evolution to 5G: LTE-Advanced Pro
- The 5G Operational Scenarios
- 3GPP Standardization and Enabling Technologies for 5G
- 3GPP 5G System Survey
- 3GPP 5G Identifiers
- 3GPP 5G Core Architecture Overview
Mobile Wireless Technology Evolution: Transition from 4G to 5G
- 5G and the Cloud
- Cloud, Core, Edge, and 5G Radio Access Networks
- Small Cells and mmWave
- NFV and SDN: Management Orchestration (MANO) & Automation
- Planning for 5G Networks
- New Radio (NR)
- Cloud RAN: Cloud-Radio Access Network (C-RAN)
- Next Generation (NexGen) Architecture
- Massive MIMO
- Antenna Systems (AASs) for 5G
- The Evolution of Security in 5G
- 5G: The Future of IoT
- Open Source for 5G
- 5G Vertical Domains
- New Services & Applications
- 5G Communications for Automation
- 3GPP Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA)
- Narrowband- Internet of Things (NB-IoT)
- Enhanced Device to Device (D2D)
- Public Warning Systems (PWS)
- Cellular V2X Communications Towards 5G
Details of 5G Reference Points and Interfaces
- Overview of REST API applied to Service-Based Architecture (SBA)
- NG1: Between UE and AMF (Access and Mobility Management Function)
- NG2: Between gNB (i.e. 5G base station) and AMF
- NG3: Between gNB and UPF (User Plane Function)
- NG4: Between SMF (Session Management Function) and UPF
- NG5: Between PCF (Policy Control Function) and AF (Application Function).
- NG6: Between UPF and DN (Data Network)
- NG7: Between SMF and PCF
- NG8: Between Unified Data Management (UDM) and AMF
- NG9: Between core UPFs
- NG10: Reference point between UDM and SMF
- NG11: Between SMF and SMF
- NG12: Between AMF and AUSF (Authentication Server Function)
- NG13: Between UDM and AUSF
- NG14: Between two AMFs
- NG15: Between PCF and AMF (Non-roaming scenario)