Price: $1,999.00

Length: 2 Days
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LTE RAN Signaling Training, LTE Signaling Training

LTE RAN Signaling Training course is a 2-day hands-on training covers a solid signaling aspects of LTE protocol stack including LTE layer 2 (L2) and layer 3 (L3) signaling protocols as specified by 3GPP Evolved Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) specification. Participants will learn about the L3 protocols, radio interface, S1-interface, and L1 signaling aspects. Other topics such as scheduling and reliability (ARQ and HARQ) are also covered.

Topics Covered:

Introduction to LTE Architecture, Protocols and Signaling

  • LTE Network Architecture
  • LTE interfaces
  • LTE Logical Architecture
  • EPS/EPC interfaces
  • Overview of LTE Radio Interface
  • LTE Uplink/downlink Signaling and Data Channel structures
  • LTE Session Setup
  • LTE Signaling Radio Bearers
  • Overview of AS and NAS
  • Radio Resource Control (RRC)
  • RRC States
  • RRC State Transitions
  • RRC Procedures
  • LTE System Information
  • Inter-RAT Mobility
  • PDU Formats Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP)
  • Radio Link Control (RLC)
  • Medium Access Control (MAC)
  • LTE Channel structure
  • Logical channels, transport channels, physical channels

Basics of Session Signaling in LTE

  • LTE Network Attach and Detach
  • EPS bearers
  • Establishment of EPS bearers
  • LTE QoS Requirements
  • Cell Selection and Reselection Processes
  • Active Connections
  • Handovers
  • Overview of LTE Signaling Procedures
  • Overview of UE Specific Procedures

LTE Signaling Building Blocks

  • LTE Signaling Flows
  • Non-Access Stratum (NAS)
  • NAS Signaling
  • NAS Protocols (EMM and ESM)
  • EMM (Evolved Mobility Management)
  • ESM (Evolved Session Management)
  • Physical Channels
  • Bearers
  • Radio and Network Identities
  • MAC Procedures
  • Logical Channels
  • Transport Channels
  • Mapping of Logical Channels to Transport Channels
  • RLC (Radio Link Control) Structure and Procedures
  • RLC Procedures
  • ARQ/HARQ Procedures
  • PDCP (Packet Data Convergence Protocol)
  • RRC (Radio Resource Control)
  • RRC Procedures
  • System Information and Messages
  • Connection Control
  • Inter-RAT Mobility
  • Measurements
  • Evolved GTP: GTPv2-C
  • S1 Application Protocol (S1AP)
  • S1AP Services, Functions and Procedures
  • E-RAB and Context Management
  • Handover Signaling
  • X2 Application Protocol (X2AP)
  • X2 Application Protocol
  • X2AP Services, Functions and Procedures
  • Handover Management
  • Path, Tunnel and Mobility Management
  • EPS Interworking
  • UMTS Network Signaling
  • Non-3GPP Networks Signaling

LTE Signaling Flows

  • LTE Air Interface Signaling
  • LTE System Acquisition
  • Network Attachment and Default
  • Attachment Steps
  • Default bearer setup
  • QoS and Dedicated Bearers
  • LTE QoS classes
  • Uplink and Downlink Traffic
  • Idle Mode Procedures
  • LTE Call Flows
  • LTE eNodeB S1 startup
  • MIB-SIB broadcast
  • RRC connection
  • LTE Random Access Procedure
  • Contention Resolution
  • LTE Attach and Default Bearer Setup Flow
  • S1AP View of LTE Attach
  • EPS Bearer Setup for Two PDNs
  • Tracking Area Update Signaling Flow
  • LTE Security Keys and Procedures
  • LTE X2 Handover Sequence
  • LTE S1 Handover Sequence

LTE Signaling Procedures  

  • Mobility management procedures
  • Session management procedures
  • Pool areas and Tracking Area lists
  • Idle mode Signaling
  • NAS states and state transitions
  • NAS message formats
  • EPS security architecture
  • Periodic location update
  • IMSI attach
  • Mobile originating service
  • Mobile terminating service
  • S1 handover signaling flow
  • X2 handover signaling flow
  • Inter-pool (SGW) handover
  • Inter-system handover signaling flows
  • VoLTE and  IMS signaling
  • CS Fallback signaling flow

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