5G Mobile Cellular Training In Depth

5G Mobile Cellular Training In Depth

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Introduction:

While 4G wireless networks will continue to evolve and be deployed for some time to come, the researchers, hardware and software designers, defense and homeland security experts, public safety and law enforcement, spectrum regulators, and others are already hard at work defining the contours and understanding the implications of the next generation of wireless technologies.

This 5G Mobile Cellular Training undertakes an in-depth study of the 5G technology including the 5G New Radio NR concept, Physical Layer, Signaling Layer, 5G Mobility, Security, Network Architecture, Service based Architecture, 5G Design and Planning and much more.

Duration: 5 days

RESOURCES:

  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Madhusanka Liyanage , Ijaz Ahmad, et al – Paperback/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Patrick Marsch , Ömer Bulakci, et al. – Paperback/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Erik Dahlman – Paperback/Kindle/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Mahdi Talebi – Kindle/Amazon
  • 5G Wireless Training Guide by Patrick Marsch , Ömer Bulakci, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training An Advanced Guide by Louise Steele, Patricia J. Rullo, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Scott Meredith – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Mobile Cellular Training Guide by Harri Holma, Antti Toskala, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Training Guide by Muhammad Ali Imran, Yusuf Abdulrahman Sambo, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Training Guide by Michael Fox – Hardcover/Amazon
  • 5G Training Guide by Ajay R. Mishra – Hardcover/Amazon

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  • If you are familiar with some aspects of 5G Mobile Cellular Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
  • We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the 5G Mobile Cellular Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
  • If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the 5G Mobile Cellular Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

5G Mobile Cellular Training – Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this 5G Mobile Cellular Training course is defined here:

  • Technical and management personnel,  researchers, hardware and software designers, defense and homeland security experts, public safety and law enforcement, spectrum regulators, whose job requires an understanding of the evolving 5G technology and applications.

5G Mobile Cellular Training – Class Prerequisites:

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this 5g Mobile Cellular Training In-Depth course are:

  • Good knowledge of the current wireless technologies including at least a high-level understanding of the LTE/LTE-A standards.

5G Mobile Cellular Training – Course Syllabus:

Intro to 5G Services and Operation

    • Services – Use Cases
      1. Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)
      2. Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC)
      3. Massive Machine-type Communications (mMTC): a.k.a. massive Internet of Things (mIoT)
  • 5G Key Performance Indicators
    1. Peak Data Rate
    2. User Experienced Data Rate
    3. Spectrum Efficiency
    4. Speed of Mobility
    5. Latency
    6. Connection Density
    7. Network Energy Efficiency
    8. Area Traffic Capacity
  • 5G Network Slicing Defined
  • Two Options for Operation
    1. Non-Standalone (NSA) Operation
      1. Option #3: NSA LTE and NR user EPC
      2. Option #4: NSA NR and LTE under 5GC
      3. Option #7: NSA LTE and NR under 5GC
    2. Standalone (SA) Operation
      1. Option #2: SA NR under 5GC
      2. Option #5: SA LTE under 5GC

5G Network Architecture

      • 5G Radio Access Network (RAN)
        1. Next Generation RAN (NG-RAN) Architecture
        2. Techniques and Technologies for 5G New Radio (5G NR) and NG-RAN
          1. Small Cells
          2. Dual Connectivity
          3. Cloud RAN
          4. Increased Spectrum
          5. Radio Enhancements
          6. Beam Forming and Steering
  • 5G Core Network Architecture
    1. User Sessions and Network Flows
    2. Core Network Architecture and Components
    3. Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
    4. Network Slicing in the Core Network
  • Connectivity between 5G RAN and Core Networks
    1. Backhaul
    2. Midhaul
    3. Fronthaul

User Equipment (UE) Connectivity and Utilization of the 5G Network

    • 5G Initial Procedures
      1. How UEs Locate the Network
      2. Network Registration Procedure
      3. Identification and Security Procedures
      4. Detailing the Subscriber Profile
  • Utilizing the Network
    1. Idle and Connected Modes Explained
    2. How Packet Data Unit (PDU) Sessions are Established
    3. How a UE Transitions to an Idle State
    4. How a Service Requests and Paging are Handled
  • Describing Mobility in 5G Networks
    1. Tracking Area Update
    2. Comparing Xn and N2 Handovers
    3. Roaming in 5G Networks
  • 5G UE Device Design
    1. Multiple Radios
    2. Display Quality
    3. Distributed Phased Array MIMO

Global Deployments of Mobile Cellular Generational Standards

    1. Existing 2G, 3G, 4G Global Market Share
    2. Perspective Deployments of 5G
  • North America
  • Middle East
  • Europe
  • Africa
  • Asia Pacific

5G System (5GS) Service Based Architecture (SBA)

    • 5G Mobile Core Network Functions
      1. Core Access and Mobility Management Function (AMF)
      2. Session Management Function (SMF)
      3. Policy Control Function (PCF)
      4. Unified Data Management (UDM)
      5. Authentication Server Function (AUSF)
      6. Application Function (AF)
      7. Network Slice Selection Function (NSSF)
      8. User Plane Function (UPF)
      9. Data Network (DN)
  1. User Plane Function (UPF)
  2. V2X Deployment Model

Voice over New Radio (VoNR)

    1. Concepts and Motivations
    2. VoNR End-to-End Architecture
    3. VoNR Initial Procedures
    4. VoNR Call Procedures
    5. Interworking with Existing CS voice and VoLTE Services

5G Security

    1. 5G Security Overview
    2. Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) used in 5G
    3. Securing Access Network (AN) to Core Network (CN) Communication

Centralized-Radio Access Network (C-RAN) for 5G

    1. 3GPP C-RAN Architecture
    2. 3GPP C-RAN Protocols – Xn Reference Point
    3. 3GPP C-RAN Protocols – F1 Reference Point
    4. 5G C-RAN Procedures – Intra gNB-Centralized Unit (CU) Hanover
    5. Alternative C-RAN Technologies
    6. NG-RAN Transport network

Integration of WiFi with 4G/5G Cellular Networks

    • Technical overview of WiFi
      1. Wi-Fi Architecture
      2. Basics of WiFi Operation
      3. Wi-Fi Security and QoS
  • WiFi Offload
    1. WiFi Offload Architecture
    2. WiFi Offload Initial Procedures
    3. WiFi Offload Mobility and Internetworking

5G Air Interface

    1. 5G Next Generation-RAN (NG-RAN)
    2. 5G Massive MIMO and Beamforming
    3. 5G Physical Layer and Channels Introduction
    4. NR Downlink Physical Channels and Signals
    5. NR Uplink Physical Channels
    6. 5G Reference Signals
    7. NR Layer 2 and Layer 3
    8. Scheduling in 5G Networks
    9. 5G Access Procedures
    10. E-UTRAN New Radio Dual Connectivity EN-DC Operational Procedures
    11. 5G Connected Mode Procedures
    12. 5G Paging
    13. 5G Measurements
    14. 5G Carrier Aggregation
    15. 5G Dual Connectivity
    16. 5G Mobility

5G Security

    • Overview of 5G Security Architecture
      1. 3GPP 5G Security Standards
      2. Unified Authentication Framework
      3. Security Anchor Function (SEAF)
      4. Subscriber Identifier Privacy
      5. 3GPP 5G Security Architecture
      6. 5G Identifiers
  • 5G Security Threats
    1. Review of Network threats in 4G
    2. Building a Secure Path to 5G
    3. Internet of Things (IoT) Threats with 5G
    4. 5G Threats for Massive IoT (M-IoT)
    5. UE Threats
    6. RAN Threats
    7. Subscriber Privacy Threats
    8. Core Network Threats
    9. NFV and SDN Threats
    10. Interworking and Roaming Threats

Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and 5G

    1. MEC Basic Concepts
    2. MEC Architecture
    3. MEC System Level Elements
    4. MEC Host Level Elements
    5. Application Function (AF) Influenced Traffic Routing
    6. Uplink Classifiers and Branching Points
    7. Uplink Classifier Addition
    8. Session and Service Continuity

5G Application Programming Interfaces

    1. Representational State Transfer (RESTful) APIs
    2. REST Principles
    3. Applying REST to 5G
    4. Standardization of 5G APIs
    5. 5G API Use Case – Establishing a PDU Session
    6. 5G API Use Case – Accessing the Subscriber Profile

5G and Autonomous Vehicles

    1. Concepts and Motivators
    2. 5G Vehicle to Anything (V2X) Architecture
    3. Network Slicing and V2X
    4. Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) Support for V2X
    5. Initial Procedures
    6. Autonomous Vehicle Inter-communication
    7. 5G V2X Network Procedures
    8. 5G V2X Interworking

Small Cells in 5G Networks

    1. Fundamentals of Small Cells
    2. Benefits of Small Cells
    3. End-to-End Architecture
    4. Small Cell Operator Deployments
    5. Management and Control of Small Cells
    6. Small Cell Backhaul Considerations
    7. Self-Organizing Networks (SON) and Small Cells
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