Price: $3,999.00
Course Number: 515
Length: 3 Days
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This course provides a complete overview of the QoS and performance on the entire GSM/GERAN, CDMA, UMTS, LTE, and 802.11 systems. It Provides an introduction to the performance and QoS complete evolution of GSM towards a radio access anc core IP networks that efficiently supports UMTS, LTE and 802.11 services

It features a comprehensive study of system performance with simulations and field trials. Covers all the major features such as basic QoS of voice, data and multimedia applications in GSM, GPRS, EDGE, CDMA, W-CDMA/UMTS, LTE and AMR and the full capability of the GERAN radio interface for 3G service support is envisaged.

We will discusses different 3G technologies and the position of GERAN, CDMA, and W-CDMA/UMTS/LTE within such technologies.

Who Should Attend

An invaluable course for Engineering Professionals, Research and Development Engineers, Business Development Managers, Technical Managers and Technical Specialists working for cellular operators

Objectives

After completing this course, the student will be able to:
  • Describe the basic GSM, GPRS, EDGE, CDMA and W-CDMA/UMTS architecture
  • Overview of operations and the configurable QoS/Performance parameters
  • Overview of the major performance enhancing features
  • Understand the key network performance KPIs
  • Describe how control channels and traffic channels should be dimensioned to ensure QoS and service availability/reliability
  • Analyze the QoS and performance features, counters and parameters of your network equipment

Outline

Optimizing GSM Networks
  • Review of GSM Principles
  • GSM network architecture
  • GSM channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of GSM
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools
Optimizing GPRS Network
  • Review of GPRS Principles
  • GPRS network architecture
  • GPRS channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of GPRS
  • Overview of shaping and marking
  • Overview of admission control in IP networks
  • Overview of DiffServ, RSVP and MPLS
  • Mobility Management and Call Setup
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Dimensioning GPRS Channels
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools
Optimizing EDGE Network
  • Review of EDGE Principles
  • EDGE network architecture
  • EDGE channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of EDGE
  • Mobility Management and Call Setup
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Dimensioning E Channels
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools
Optimizing CDMA Network
  • Review of CDMA Principles
  • CDMA network architecture
  • CDMA channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of CDMA
  • Mobility Management and Call Setup
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Dimensioning GSM Channels
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Overview of Soft Handoff
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools
Optimizing UMTS (R99) Network
  • Review of UMTS/W-CDMA Principles
  • UMTS network architecture
  • UMTS channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of UMTS
  • Mobility Management and Call Setup
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Dimensioning GSM Channels
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • VoIP QoS features
  • Mobile video QoS features
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Overview of Soft Handoff
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools
Optimizing HSDPA/HSUPA (UMTS R5 and R6) Networks
  • Review of HSDPA/HSUPA Principles
  • HSDPA/HSUPA network architecture
  • HSDPA/HSUPA channel structure
  • Overview of QoS faetures of HSDPA/HSUPA
  • Mobility Management and Call Setup
  • Rationale for performance analysis
  • Dimensioning GSM Channels
  • Optimization process
  • Traffic channel provisioning
  • Measurement reporting
  • Handover scenarios and criteria
  • Overview of Soft Handoff
  • Power control
  • Link Performance Enhancements
  • Control Channels Performance and Dimensioning
  • Automation and Optimization
  • Interference Management
  • Hardware Dimensioning Studies
  • Mapping Link Gain to Network Capacity Gain
  • Simulation Tools

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