GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN Optimization Training

GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN Optimization Training

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GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN Optimization Training Course Description

In this GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN Optimization Training course, we will study GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN optimization in all its complexity, including the network parameters for the idle and busy mode of operation, basic and added radio network features and their characteristics, and desired versus actual network performance considering the interaction between the features simultaneously active in a network. The GSM | GPRS | EDGE | RAN Optimization Training course will conclude with a discussion of real-life design and optimization scenarios.

GSM | GPRS | EDGE operators worldwide face the challenge of setting the RAN parameters to achieve optimum network performance. Different equipment vendors choose different approaches to solve the same design, optimization, and tuning problems. Different operators make differing architectural and design choices as well, leading to different parameter configurations. To further add to the complexity, an operator may have equipment from multiple vendors. All this makes it difficult to reduce optimization to simple rules of thumb.

Tailored Classes

Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff and site’s requirements.

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Duration: 5 days

Objectives:

After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

Course Outline:

Principles of Tuning and Optimization:
◾An Introduction

Idle Mode Behavior
◾Cell selection parameters
◾Cell reselection parameters
◾Location updating parameters
◾Paging parameters

Handover Algorithm: Locating
◾Overview of the algorithm steps
◾Basic ranking procedure
◾Preparation of the candidates list

Radio Features and Parameters that Impact the Basic Candidate List
◾Reasons for and discussion of rearranging the basic candidate list
◾Hierarchical cell structure
◾Assignment to other cell
◾Intra cell handover
◾Cell load sharing
◾OL/UL subcells

Optimizing the Allocation of Resources
◾Channel administration
◾Channel allocation optimization
◾Adaptive multirate
◾Dynamic BTS/MS Power Control

Extending the Network Coverage
◾GSM->UMTS cell reselection
◾GSM->UMTS handover procedure

GPRS Optimization and Fine Tuning
◾GPRS idle mode behavior
◾GPRS cell reselection
◾GPRS channel administration
◾GPRS link adaptation
◾EGPRS link quality control

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