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5G Wireless Training, 5G Technical Fundamentals

Understanding the ins and outs of 5G technical fundamentals can be challenging.

Unlike previous wireless technologies, 5G wireless is a more complex modality with many working parts that vary from carrier to carrier.

However, in general, there are certain elements involved in 5G technical fundamentals that give 5G its advanced characteristics.

For example, 5G networks use a type of encoding called OFDM, which is similar to the encoding that 4G LTE uses. The air interface is designed for much lower latency and greater flexibility than LTE, though.

With the same airwaves as 4G, the 5G radio system can get about 30% better speeds thanks to more efficient encoding. The crazy gigabit speeds you hear about are because 5G is designed to use much larger channels than 4G does.

While most 4G channels are 20MHz, bonded together into up to 140MHz at a time, 5G channels can be up to 100MHz, with Verizon using as much as 800MHz at a time. That’s a much broader highway, but it also requires larger, clear blocks of airwaves than were available for 4G.

What separates 5G technical fundamentals from previous wireless systems is that 5G uses higher radio frequencies that are less cluttered. This allows for it to carry more information at a much faster rate.

These higher bands are called millimeter waves (mmwaves). They were previously unused but have been opened up for licensing by regulators for 5G communications.

The FCC decided to make the millimeter wave spectrum available because the lower spectrums were more or less saturated, and previously, the mmwaves spectrum was untouched by the public because the equipment to use the higher bands was largely inaccessible and expensive.

The innovative equipment was a key to allowing 5G technology to advance to where it is today. The new equipment was necessary in order to accommodate mmwaves, which are faster at carrying information but have penetration issues over large distances such as being blocked by trees and buildings. Rain has also been an issue.

Fortunately, there are now multiple input and output antennas to boost the 5G mmwave signals and capacity across the 5G wireless network.

Another important factor that has made 5G technology possible is the use of smaller transmitter dishes placed on buildings and street furniture. This technology is very different from the single standalone masts of the past.

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Gradually, the major American telecom carriers are introducing standalone (SA) versions of their networks, meaning they don’t piggyback on existing infrastructure.

Currently, consumers and organizations are seeing 5G availability with speeds all over the place. That’s because 5G service is offered in three different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Low-band, which operates below 1 Ghz , can reach speeds of 250 mbps. The trade-off for low-band’s comparatively slower speeds is a broad reach, which means carriers can leave more distance between towers using this kind of equipment.

Many industry analysts believe the mid-band of the 5G spectrum is the sweet spot, as it has a broad geographic reach and is faster than low-band. Mid-band operates between 1 and 6 GHz and can achieve speeds up to 1 Gbps. AT&T and T-Mobile’s wide-reaching 5G networks operate in the mid-band.

The flexible and programmable nature of 5G networks represent a radical mobile network evolution in terms of capacity, performance, and spectrum access in both radio and non-radio network segments, including backhaul capabilities.

Wireless backhaul is the use of wireless communications systems to get data from an end user to a node in a major network such as the internet or the proprietary network of a large business, academic institution or government agency. Fronthaul on the other hand refers to the connection of the C-RAN, a new type of cellular network architecture of centralized baseband units (BBU), at the access layer of the network to remote standalone radio heads at cell sites.

Backhauling and fronthauling are important features as they enable the cloud-centric 5G network. According to 5GPPP, a central cloud will be connected via a backhaul network to many edge computing clouds that are 12 miles from the user at most. If services can be executed in the network edge that will take traffic away from the Cloud RAN.

5G infrastructure is such as radical departure from past mobile broadband technologies that a whole new set of enablers are involved including NFV, SDN, new frequency spectrum, MIMO and small cell, lower power base stations.

5G is designed to deliver a  wide range of new services, applications, devices and enhanced mobile experience such as Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-reliable and Low-latency Communications (uRLLC), and Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC).

An important thing to understand about the new 5G technology is that it’s not just about faster smartphones. In fact, tech specialists are now referring to 5G as the post-smartphone era.

5G Wireless Training, 5G Technical Fundamentals Course by Tonex

5G wireless training (5th generation wireless systems or mobile networks) covers the next major phase of wireless and mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards. 5G wireless training introduces most dominant technologies and architectures in the near future which make up 5G technology. 5G networks begin their rollout in the first half of 2019.

5G Wireless Training course covers the fundamental 5G wireless communications including, channels, RF circuits, antennas, propagation, 3GPP New Radio (NR), Next Generation (NexGen), issues surrounding emerging 5G wireless LAN and cellular/backhaul applications.

Learn how 5G networks could provide more data bandwidth and less latency using built-in computing intelligence to handle more data more efficiently than today’s 4G networks. 5G networks will leverage more benefits of Moore’s Law due to the convergence of communications and computing technologies and platforms.

5G wireless training covers concepts, services, technologies and network components behind 5G wireless. Find out how 5G wireless networks will be much smarter and faster than 4G. New trends such as M2M, self driving cars, smart cities, connected society, Internet of Things (IoT), broadcast-like services, lifeline communications in times of natural disaster will be part of the new 5G wireless services.

5G Wireless Training: Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the attendees are able to:

  • Describe what 5G is
  • List the 5G wireless features and their benefits (5G wireless communication networks)
  • Describe key 5G technology drivers and enablers of 5G
  • List 5G technology candidates in RAN/radio, transport, core networks, interoperability and services
  • List 5G Wireless Use Cases
  • List User-Driven 5G Requirements
  • Describe ITU  5G standards (IMT2020) along with NGMN alliance and 3GPP
  • Describe 3GPP LTE/LTE-A evolution towards 5G
  • Walk through current and future deployment of 5G scenarios
  • Co-Existence of LTE End-to-End Ecosystem with 5G
  • List similarities and differences between 5G Radio Access and LTE
  • Learn how 5G wireless networks could support up to 1,000-fold gains in capacity
  • List requirements to connect 100 billion human and devices with a 10 Gb/s speed with zero-distance connectivity
  • Describe new 5G Radio Access Technology Interworking with LTE
  • List 3GPP Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA), Narrowband- Internet of Things (NB-IoT), and Enhanced Device to Device (DD) requirements
  • Explain LTE-Advanced Pro and 3GPP roadmap to 5G
  • New Radio (NR), Cloud RAN: Cloud- Radio Access Network (C-RAN) and Next Generation (NexGen) architecture
  • Illustrate 5G wireless communication networks cellular architecture and key technologies
  • Illustrate 5G network architecture and components
  • Describe the operation scenarios of 5G
  • Explain the key RF, PHY, MAC and air interface changes required to support 5G
  • Describe features supporting 5G wireless deployments
  • Discuss the rationale for 5G wireless and key deployment typologies
  • Outline changes required to implement 5G
  • Learn about features of Massive MIMO

Course Content (Modular and Customizable)

What is 5G Wireless Communication?

  • 5th Generation Wireless technology
  • 5G as a technology vision
  • Why 5G?
  • End-to-End 5G Ecosystem
  • 5G high level requirements and features
  • Basic concepts behind 5G technology of mobile communication
  • 5G technologies
  • 5G technical objectives
  • 5G Activities and Interest Groups
  • 5GPP
  • 5G Forum
  • 5GMF
  • 3GPP
  • ITU-T’s IMT-2020, WRC-15
  • NGMN Alliance
  • 5G Americas
  • ETSI
  • ARIB

5G Wireless Requirements, Applications, and Services

  • 5G promises and challenges
  • Disruptive technology directions
  • Bandwidth
  • Power consumption
  • Infrastructure
  • Spectral efficiency
  • Resilience of the network
  • Adapting new topologies
  • Radio propagation and channel models
  • Pervasive networks
  • Internet of things (IoT) and M2M
  • Wireless sensor networks and ubiquitous computing
  • Wearable devices with AI capabilities

Overview of 5G Vision

  • Typical usage scenarios of 5G New RAT
  • Phase I
  • eMBB for sub-6GHz
  • Non-standalone
  • 5G New RAT
  • Phase II
  • eMBB for above 6GHz
  • Massive MTC
  • Critical MTC
  • Key technology drivers and innovations behind 5G wireless
  • Next Wave of digital society
  • Machine-type Communications
  • Smart homes and buildings
  • Smart grid
  • Smart meters
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • Autonomous Vehicles (AV)
  • Ultrahigh definition video
  • Virtual reality applications
  • Mobile cloud service
  • “Full Immersive” services
  • Immersive experience
  • Zero latency and response times
  • Zero-second switching
  • Tactical Radio
  • Policy-based DSA systems
  • Cognitive radar
  • Exa-scale cloud data centers and Edge computing
  • Internet of Vehicles
  • Ultra-dense networks
  • Virtualized and cloud-based radio access infrastructure                                                        

5G Wireless Use Cases and Applications    

  • Description of Use Cases and Scenarios
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M)
  • Smart Grid, SCADA, EMS and Critical Infrastructure Monitoring
  • Smart Building and Smart Cities
  • m-Health/Telemedicine
  • eMBB: Enhanced Mobile Broadband
  • MTC: Machine Type Communications
  • Automotive and Self-Driving Vehicles
  • V2X
  • Sports and Fitness Management
  • 3D/Virtual Reality (VR)
  • Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Gaming Applications
  • Public Safety and Citizen Analytic
  • Location and Context-Aware Service

Key Capabilities in IMT-2020

  • Peak data rate
  • Latency
  • Mobility
  • Connection density
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy efficiency has two aspects:
  • Spectrum efficiency
  • Area traffic capacity

Overview of Current and Past 5G Wireless Standardization and Projects

  • IEEE
  • ITU-T
  • 3GPP
  • ETSI
  • 5G Americas
  • WWRF, the METIS Project and the DVB Project
  • METIS Project
  • Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the Twenty-twenty Information Society
  • European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)
  • IEEE 802.xx wireless mobile networks
  • Development of World Wide Wireless Web (WWWW)
  • 11 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN)
  • 16 Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMAN)
  • Ad-hoc Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN)
  • WiGig or IEEE 802.11ad
  • Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular
  • IEEE 802.22
  • DSA modes for Wi-Fi and WiMAX
  • Whitespace and WhiteFi
  • Emerging field of mmWave communications.
  • Ultrawideband WLAN and PAN networks.
  • IEEE 802.15.3c 802.11ad/802.11ax/802.11az/802.11ay
  • ECMA
  • High rate 60 GHz PHY

5G Services and Network Architecture

  • Overview of 5G NR Air Interface
  • 5G RAN Architecture and Transport
  • 5G Core Network Architecture
  • 5G Core Network Signaling
  • 5G NG-RAN Signaling
  • 5G Radio Planning – Radio Access Design and Dimensioning
  • 5G Network Slicing
  • 5G Policy Control
  • Network Slicing in 5G
  • Overview of VRAN and Open RAN
  • Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • MEC Architecture and Operations
  • 5G Voice Capabilities
  • VoNR and EPS Fallback
  • 5G RF Planning and Engineering

5G Technology Enablers 

  • System design concepts
  • Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA)
  • Interference Management
  • Small Cells
  • Coordinated Multipoint
  • Mass-scale MIMO, Massive MIMO
  • Caching and Delivering Techniques
  • Personal Mobile Internet
  • Device-to-Device Communication
  • Software-Defined Radio (SDR)
  • Cognitive Radio
  • Smart-radio
  • Multi-hop networks
  • Direct device-to-device (D2D) communications
  • Dynamic Adhoc Wireless Networks (DAWN)
  • IPv6 and 6LowPAN
  • Centralized RAN  vs. Cloud RAN
  • NFV, SDN, ICN, semantic and cloud networking
  • Direct Device-to-Device Communication (D2D)
  • Massive Machine Communication (MMC)
  • Massive Internet of Things (IoT)
  • SDN and NFV
  • Moving Networks (MN)
  • Ultra-Dense Networks (UDN)
  • Ultra-Reliable Communication (URC)
  • Mobile ad hoc network (MANET)
  • Wireless mesh network (WMN)
  • Vandermonde-subspace frequency division multiplexing (VFDM)
  • Millimeter-Wave
  • 5G Cloud radio access network (C-RAN)
  • Ultra small cells based heterogeneous network (HetNet)
  • Heterogeneous cloud radio access network (H-CRAN)
  • Disruptive approaches for increasing network capacity
  • Programmable optical backbone networks with petabit throughput
  • Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLLC)
  • 5G management and orchestration
  • Full Dimension MIMO
  • Adaptive Coding and Modulation (AMC)
  • Filter-Bank Multi-Carrier (FBMC)
  • Frequency and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (FQAM)

5G Wireless Air Interface Options

  • New access protocols and procedures for collaborative communications
  • Software defined air interface
  • Spectral usage techniques
  • New multiple accesses (“no cell” concept)
  • New radio resource management techniques
  • Physical layer procedures, and coding New modulations schemes
  • Channel models for 2.3 GHz, 2.6 GHz, 5.25 GHz, 26.4 GHz, and 58.68 GHz.
  • Advanced MIMO technology with wider bandwidths
  • Propagation modeling of densely populated urban areas
  • Beamforming, network discovery, and relaying
  • Coding and modulation algorithms
  • Interference management
  • Non-Orthogonal, Asynchronous Waveforms
  • Millimeter-Wave Beamforming
  • Cooperative diversity and flexible modulation
  • C o-existence of macro-cells and cognitive radio small-cells
  • Systems for mmWave transceivers
  • Generalized frequency division multiplex (GFDM)
  • Filter bank multicarrier (FBMC)
  • Universal filtered multicarrier (UFMC)
  • Filtered OFDM (f-OFDM)
  • Sparse code multiple access (SCMA)
  • Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA)
  • Resource spread multiple access (RSMA)
  • 3D Beamforming & Diversity
  • Hardwire connection replacement on chip
  • Information showers

3GPP Evolution to 5G: LTE-Advanced Pro

  • Major advances
  • Narrowband- Internet of Things (NB-IoT)
  • MTC enhancements
  • D2D, Enhanced Device to Device (D2D)
  • Public safety features : Proximity-based Services (Prose) for Public Safety
  • TDD/FDD Evolution
  • Small cell dual-connectivity and architecture
  • Carrier aggregation enhancements
  • Interworking with Wi-Fi
  • LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U)
  • Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA) and Enhanced LAA (eLAA)
  • Indoor positioning
  • Single cell-point to multi-point
  • Impact on latency reduction
  • QAM-256
  • FD-MIMO or Full Dimension MIMO
  • MultiFire
  • Using Traditional licensed spectrum
  • Cloud RAN/C-RAN, SON, and Dual Connectivity

The 5G  Operational Scenarios

  • Explanation of 5G scenarios
  • Examples of 5G technology components
  • Cognitive & energy-efficient wireless technologies
  • Enhancing LTE radio standards
  • Capacity and performance
  • System robustness
  • 5G wireless implementation road maps
  • Spectrum metrics
  • Interference approaches
  • Reconfigurable radio hardware
  • 5G evaluation tools and test beds

3GPP Standardization and Enabling Technologies for 5G

  • 3GPP 5G System Requirements
  • 3GPP 5G System Architecture
  • Evolve Packet Core (EPC) Evolution
  • Next Generation EPC and Multi-RAT Support
  • Dedicated Core Network
  • eMBB, mMTC and URLLC
  • Network Slicing
  • RRC / NAS Status
  • Smalls Cells
  • Heterogeneous Networks (HetNet)
  • LTE and LTE-A Evolution to 5G Path
  • LTE Unlicensed
  • LTE License Assisted Access (LAA)
  • LTE-WiFi Radio Level Aggregation (LWA)
  • Cloud RAN (C-RAN), vEPC and vIMS
  • Discovery and Device to Device (D2D)
  • Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)
  • LTE Machine Type Communication for Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT)
  • Enhancements for eMTC and NB-IoT
  • Coordinated Multi-Point Transmission and Reception (CoMP)
  • Licensed Assisted Access for LTE (LAA-LTE)
  • LTE Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Aggregation (LWA)
  • Downlink (DL) Multi-User Superposition Transmission (MUST)
  • Network-Based IP Flow Mobility (NBIFOM)
  • Mission Critical Push-to-Talk (MCPTT) over LTE
  • Monitoring Enhancement (MONTE) for MTC services
  • Enhancements to MBMS, ProSe and group communications
  • Enhancements to User Plane Congestion Management (UPCON)

3GPP 5G System Survey

  • Principles of 5G Core (5GC)
  • Principles of 5G New Radio (5G NR)
  • NR, gNB, NG-RAN and 5GC
  • NG RAN
  • Dual Connectivity options

3GPP 5G Identifiers

  • Subscription Permanent Identifier (SUPI)
  • Subscription Concealed Identifier (SUCI)
  • Subscription Identification Security
  • Permanent Equipment Identifier
  • Subscription Identifier De-concealing Function
  • 5G Globally Unique Temporary Identifier

3GPP 5G Core Architecture Overview

  • Changes and Improvements Compared to 4G
  • CP/UP Split
  • NW Slicing
  • Key Network Functions
  • Network Connectivity
  • Service-Based Architecture (SBA)
  • Network interfaces and services
  • Network Exposure Function
  • Protocols
  • Control and User Plane separation
  • Modularization
  • Virtualization
  • Service-based Architecture (SBA)
  • Network Slicing
  • NFV and SDN
  • Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • Network Slicing
  • Benefits of network slicing
  • Network Slice Selection Function
  • Interworking with 4G EPC
  • 5G Protocol Stack (OSI-based)
  • Quick Compare: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, others
  • Virtualizing the 5G Network Core and use Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)

5G Challenges and Requirements

  • ITU and NMGN use cases for 5G
  • New radio access technologies (RAT)
  • Spectrum bands availability
  • Networks and devices
  • Air-interface and RAN systems
  • Virtualized architectures
  • Service delivery architecture
  • Single frequency full duplex radio technologies
  • Architecture and key technologies
  • Dynamic deployment of network functions
  • New wireless backhaul solutions
  • Adaptive resource management
  • Flexible spectrum usage
  • Safety and delay critical network of Cloudlets
  • Performance requirements
  • Latency
  • Always-on users per cell
  • Duty cycles
  • Signaling loads
  • Massive capacity
  • Energy consumption
  • Spectrum impact
  • New architecture for services and service delivery
  • Hyper connectivity to trillions of devices
  • Massive dense networks
  • Massive distributed MIMO
  • Advanced interference and mobility management
  • Cooperation of different transmission points with overlapped coverage
  • Efficient support of machine-type devices
  • Latency and enhanced reliability
  • Cybersecurity and Cyberattacks on 5G Services and Networks

Other 5G Training Modules and Components (Elective)

Overview of the 5G Mobile Network

  • Overview of 5G
  • Overview of 3GPP Release 16
  • 5G Network/transport
  • 5G Node/platform
  • 5G Application and Services
  • 5G Vs. 5GE Vs. 4G LTE
  • 5G Use Cases
  • Enhanced Mobile Broadband
  • Connected Vehicles
  • Enhanced Multi-Media
  • Massive Internet of Things
  • Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Applications
  • Fixed Wireless Access

The 5G System Survey

  • Principles of 5G Core (5GC)
  • Principles of 5G New Radio (5G NR)
  • NR, gNB, NG-RAN and 5GC
  • NG RAN
  • Dual Connectivity options

5G RAN and Core Architecture Overview

  • Changes and Improvements Compared to 4G
  • CP/UP Split
  • NW Slicing
  • Key Network Functions
  • Network Connectivity
  • Service-Based Architecture (SBA)
  • Network interfaces and services
  • Network Exposure Function
  • Protocols
  • Control and User Plane separation
  • Modularization
  • Virtualization
  • Service-based Architecture (SBA)
  • Network Slicing
  • NFV and SDN
  • Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC)
  • Network Slicing
  • Benefits of network slicing
  • Network Slice Selection Function
  • Interworking with 4G EPC
  • 5G Protocol Stack (OSI-based)
  • Quick Compare: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, others in Europe, Asia and Latin/South America, Africa and Australia/New Zeeland
  • Virtualizing the 5G Network Core and use Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)

5G Evolution of RAN and Core Network

  • 5G Core Architecture
  • 5G Service Based Architecture SBA
  • Network Functions (NFs)
  • Access and Mobility Management function (AMF)
  • Control Plane Model Layer (CPML)
  • Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)
  • Composable Network Application Processor (CNAP)
  • Session Management function (SMF)
  • 5G User Plane Function (UPF)
  • Policy Control Function (PCF)
  • Authentication Server Function (AUSF)
  • Unified Data Management (UDM)
  • Application Function (AF)
  • Network Exposure function (NEF)
  • NF Repository function (NRF)
  • Network Slice Selection Function (NSSF)
  • NETCONF and YANG for control of all Integrated Control Plane
  • Evolution of Mobile Base Stations
  • Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)

5G Operational Procedures

  • Network Operation: Registration of UE
  • Authentication
  • Security framework
  • UE states
  • Procedure for using subscription temporary identifier
  • Subscriber privacy
  • Secure steering of roaming
  • UE-assisted network-based detection of false base station
  • Network redundancy in 5G core and network slicing
  • PDU Session Establishment
  • Components of PDU session
  • IP and Ethernet addressing
  • 5G-NR Call Flows
  • 4G-5G dual connectivity
  • 5G-NR Non Standalone Access Flow (EN-DC)
  • 5G-NR Standalone Access Registration Flow
  • Non-Standalone NR Security
  • Device to Device Communication (D2D)

Overview of Security Architecture in 3GPP

  • 3GPP security standards
  • Security Functions for 5G
  • Increased home control
  • Unified authentication framework
  • Security Anchor Function (SEAF)
  • Subscriber identifier privacy
  • Overview of 5G Security Architecture
  • Security Requirements and Features
  • Security Procedures between UE and 5G Network Functions
  • Evolution of the Trust Model
  • 5G Threat Attacks and Surface
  • 5G Security Key Hierarchy
  • Ciphering Algorithms
  • Integrity Algorithms
  • Test Data for the Security Algorithms

5G Technical Fundamentals

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