LTE RF And RAN Optimization And Troubleshooting Part-2

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LTE RF And RAN Optimization And Troubleshooting Part-2 2018-08-02T13:48:15+00:00

LTE RF & RAN OPTIMIZATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING PART-II

LTE RF & RAN Optimization and Troubleshooting Part-II Training is an extensive course which explains how to identify and troubleshoot abnormal LTE Radio network behavior. Also, it deals with all the possible determinant factors for this abnormal behavior of the network.

This course provides insights into LTE RF Optimization areas such as Downlink and Uplink Data Traffic Performance. It describes how statistic values can be aggregated from the existing network and evaluated for optimizing the network.

This LTE Optimization & Troubleshooting course further addresses various important concepts such as connection drop scenarios, methods of resolving call drops, identifying associated counters, idle mode performance, tracking area planning, paging etc. in detail.

This is an instructor-led training with the instructors having a minimum experience of 8-15 years in the Telecom domain. Also, our team of Telecom experts guides the trainees throughout the training duration, by discussing practical troubleshooting use-case scenarios and best possible practices to find and solve them.

This transfer of knowledge further takes place by providing hands-on experience to the trainees using UE-based tools. This further helps them in the retention of this experience.

Who should attend?

This advance Telecom training is best suited for Telecom professionals/RF Engineers working on LTE Radio Networks (having a minimum experience of 6 months- 1 year).

Primarily, engineers involved in RAN part of LTE networks benefit the most from this training. This extensive course provides them the opportunity to upgrade their knowledge, technical skills, salary and position in the Telecom Industry.

Pre-Requisites:

This is an advance level LTE course. Basic knowledge of LTE EPS like LTE Architecture, LTE Interfaces, signaling process etc. is required.

Prior to this training, we would recommend you to go through the following trainings offered at Apeksha Telecom:

  1. LTE Technology Overview Training (if you are not well-versed with LTE basics).
  2. LTE RF & RAN Optimization and Troubleshooting Part-I Training

Previous experience of GSM/UMTS radio network optimization would be useful but not essential.

DURATION: 40 hrs.

FEE: 30k

Training Course Outline with Learning Objectives :

This training course outline is given below in the form of modules with associated learning objectives:

After the completion of the modules, you will be able to;

1. Module
Connection Drop Analysis

1. Synchronization
2. Maximum RLC Re-transmissions
3. Drop Scenarios
4. Troubleshooting

After the completion of the modules, you will be able to;

  1. Outline the types of drops in LTE
    • Downlink Sync
    • RLC Failure
  2. Describe the difference between a Context Drop & an E-RAB Drop
  3. Illustrate the modes of failure
  4. Outline the methods of resolving dropped calls
  5. Describe key counters to help identify problems

2. Module
Idle Mode Performance

1. Idle Mode
2. Tracking Areas & Tracking Area Updates
3. Tracking Area Planning
4. Paging

After the completion of the modules, you will be able to;

  1. Outline the main characteristics of DL operations
  2. Understand the role of feedback metrics in LTE
  3. Illustrate HARQ process in LTE
  4. Sketch the operation of the scheduler with inputs & outputs
  5. Explain how CQI is used in LTE
  6. Analyze important KPIPs for DL performance
  7. List all transmission modes used in LTE

3. Module
DL Data Traffic Performance

1. Downlink Operations
2. Channel Quality Indicator
3. PMI-Closed-loop Feedback
4. RI-MIMO Operations
5. Scheduler
6. Downlink Transmission
7. Transmission modes
8. Hybrid ARQ
9. DRX & DL Power Control

After the completion of the modules, you will be able to;

  1. Outline the uplink traffic operations
  2. Understand the impact of scheduling requests & buffer status reports
  3. Describe the impact of parameters on power control & interference
  4. Sketch the HARQ/ ARQ operations
  5. Explain impact of power control, HARQ & mobility on uplink cell throughput

4. Module
UL Data Traffic Performance

1. Uplink Traffic Operations
2. Scheduling Requests & MCS Selection
3. UL Scheduling Algorithms
4. Tx & Rx Power of UE & eNB
5. HARQ/ARQ Operation Analysis
6. Inter-Cell Co-ordination for Interference Management

After the completion of the modules, you will be able to;

  1. Explain the rationale of having Idle mode
  2. Describe the Paging mechanism in LTE and the parameters that control it
  3. Explain the principles behind Tracking Areas & the planning strategy for Tracking Areas
  4. List the important counters and KPIs for Idle mode performance