LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core
- Training method:
- Open / Scheduled
- 3 days
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LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core Training Course
The training course for LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core takes three days. It details the architecture of the LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core, EPC, network which forms a major part of next generation mobile networks, NGMN.
During the LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course, the overall requirements of the LTE/SAE proposals are examined along with the relationship with the existing components within a mobile network, this is developed into a description of the key interfaces and the protocols deployed.
A detailed analysis of the LTE/SAE architectural functionality is provided along with a description of the architectural reference points and protocols.
The course also examines aspects of the LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core including key elements like the service and quality requirements of LTE. Using end to end examples, the course details, how key performance parameters including mobility, security and QoS are supported by the SAE network architecture.
Those attending the LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course would benefit from a prior understanding of 2G and 2G mobile network architectures and protocols.
LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course aims
After attending the training course, candidates should be able to undertake the following as an indication of their understanding gained:
Detail the evolution of the major mobile / cellular technologies from 2G to 4G
Describe LTE and SAE basics
Identify the functionality of LTE and describe its operation
List the key features of SAE and understand the network architecture
Describe the key architectural functions of the Evolved Packet Core, EPC and the intermediate reference points
Describe how the SAE interworks with existing mobile core networks
List the mobility states for user devices in LTE and detail how the network handles them
Show how the time and frequency domains are able to support a Resource Block
List some of the principle functions of the MAC, RLC and PDCP protocols
Describe how the EPC supports control and traffic data and relate this to example service scenarios
Identify the LTE/SAE security requirements and how security measures are implemented
LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course summary:
The chief topics areas for the LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course are given below:
Long Term Evolution, LTE
Core Network Evolution
Protocols for SAE/EPC
The LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core training course is often delivered at one of the training provider’s sites, but it is also available as an in-house option delivered at a date and location convenient to you.
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