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HSUPA Training | High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training

HSUPA Training | High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training

HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training:

HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training AHands-on (Online, Onsite, and Classroom)

HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training with Hands-on Exercises. HSUPA (High-Speed Uplink Packet Access) is a packet-based data service in W-CDMA uplink. HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) and HSUPA (High-Speed Uplink Packet Access) offer breakthrough data speeds, theoretically up to 14.4 Mbps in downlink and up to 5.8 Mbps in uplink respectively.

HSUPA (High-Speed Uplink Packet Access) extends the uplink capability, providing peak uplink data rates of 5.76Mbps (up from typically 384 kbps maximum in today’s networks) and reduced data latency.

What’s Included?

  • 2 days of HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training with an expert instructor
  • HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Electronic Course Guide
  • Certificate of Completion
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee


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  • If you are familiar with some aspects of HSUPA Training or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access Training, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
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After completing this HSUPA or High-Speed Uplink Packet Access course, attendees will be able to:

  • The HSUPA training course provides you with a comprehensive technical foundation in HSUPA analysis, design, implementation, and testing (RF and MAC layers applied to mobile device, Node B (BS), and RNC)

Course Syllabus:


  • UMTS Network Architecture Model
  • Network components (RNC, Node B)
  • Air Interface and UTRAN Enhancements
  • Why Enhanced Uplink in UMTS
  • Capabilities and challenges of HSUPA and Rel 6

DCH Setup Mechanisms

  • Uplink/Downlink Synchronization
  • Transport Format Combination Selection in the UE
  • RNC controlled scheduling: DRAC and TFCS Restriction

What is HSUPA (High-Speed Uplink Packet Access)?

  • Adaptive Modulation and Coding
  • Fast scheduling function at Node B
  • Incremental redundancy – Hybrid ARQ
  • Node B Resource management
  • Enhanced Uplink for UTRA FDD
  • HSUPA Network Architecture
  • HSUPA Impact on UTRAN Protocols
  • HSUPA Physical Layer
  • HSUPA Performance
  • HSUPA Data rates and Capacity
  • HSDPA Network Dimensioning
  • Overview of HSUPA Layer 3 Signaling and Messages

Overview of Techniques Considered to Support Enhanced Uplink

  • Scheduling
  • NodeB controlled scheduling, AMC
  • Node B Controlled Rate Scheduling by Fast TFCS Restriction Control
  • Method for Node B Controlled Time and Rate Scheduling
  • Scheduling in Soft Handover
  • Node B Controlled Rate Scheduling by Persistence Control
  • Brief Overview of Different Scheduling Strategies
  • Hybrid ARQ
  • Transport Channel Processing
  • Associated Signaling
  • Operation in Soft Handover
  • Fast DCH Setup Mechanisms
  • Reducing Uplink/Downlink Synchronization Time
  • Shorter Frame Size for Improved QoS
  • Signaling to support the enhancements
  • Miscellaneous enhancements
  • Support for enhanced channel estimation

Physical Layer Structure Alternatives for Enhanced Uplink DCH

  • Enhanced Uplink Dedicated Channel (E-DCH) and Enhanced DPCCH
  • Downlink Grant Channels and HARQ Channel
  • Fractional DL DPCCH Relationship to existing transport channels
  • TTI length vs. HARQ physical channel structure
  • Multiplexing alternatives in general
  • Multiplexing alternatives in detail
  • E-DCH timing

Overall Architecture of Enhanced Uplink DCH

  • Protocol architecture
  • Transport channel attributes
  • Basic physical structure
  • UL Physical layer model
  • DL Physical layer model

HSUPA MAC Architecture

  • General Principle
  • MAC multiplexing
  • Reordering entity
  • MAC architecture – UE side
  • MAC architecture – UTRAN side
  • Overall architecture
  • Details of MAC-d
  • Details of MAC-c/sh
  • Details of MAC-hs
  • Details of MAC-es
  • Details of MAC-e

HARQ Protocol

  • General Principle
  • Error handling
  • Uplink Signalling
  • Downlink Signalling

Node B controlled scheduling

  • General Principle
  • UE scheduling operation
  • Uplink Signalling
  • Downlink Signalling

QoS Control

  • TFC and E-TFC selection
  • The setting of Power offset attributes of MAC-d flows

Signaling Parameters

  • Uplink signaling parameters
  • Transport block size
  • Downlink signaling parameters

Evaluation of Techniques for Enhanced Uplink

  • Scheduling: NodeB controlled scheduling, AMC
  • Complexity Evaluation: UE and RNS impacts
  • Downlink Signaling
  • Uplink Signaling
  • Hybrid ARQ
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Complexity Evaluation
  • Fast DCH Setup Mechanisms
  • Complexity Evaluation: UE and RNS impacts
  • Shorter Frame Size for Improved QoS
  • Compatibility of the enhancements with existing releases
  • Compatibility at the edge of coverage
  • Legacy UE
  • Link budget
  • DL capacity
  • Design re-use

Impacts to the Radio Interface Protocol Architecture

  • HSUPA Protocol Model
  • New MAC functionality
  • Introduction of an enhanced uplink dedicated transport channel (E-DCH)
  • HARQ functionality
  • Reordering entity
  • TFC selection
  • RLC
  • RRC
  • Impacts on Iub/Iur Protocols
  • Impacts on Iub/Iur Application Protocols
  • Impacts on Frame Protocol over Iub/Iur
  • Mobility procedures
  • Mobility and Power Control
  • Mobility and Handover enhancements
  • Power control strategy for E-DCH

HSUPA Operations

  • End-to-End Call Scenario
  • Packet data call setup using HSDPA and HSUPA channels
  • UE capabilities and E-DCH assignment
  • Uplink grant operations of Node B
  • Adaptive coding and modulation
  • Hybrid ARQ at Node B

Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS)

  • MBMS system architecture
  • MBMS operations

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