40420 «LTE Radio Network Planning»

Course Code

40420

Description

This course introduces radio engineers and planners into the basic principles of cell planning and capacity calculations of LTE network.

LTE capacity and expected throughput are estimated, considering all parameters that affect performance like MAC scheduler and SINR conditions. Also control channels are considered to fulfill certain threshold conditions and finally capacity calculations are taken into consideration regarding expected bandwidth over IP transport.

Practical exercises and case studies are illustrating the overall planning ideas.

  

Learning objectives

On completion of this course the participants will be able to:

  • LTE air interface overview
  • Services and QoS restrictions
  • Initial Conditions – operator details and requirements
  • Uplink considerations – throughput and capacity
  • Expected Interference and SINR
  • Uplink cell range
  • Downlink considerations – throughput and capacity
  • Expected Interference and SINR
  • Downlink cell range
  • Control channel conditions
  • IP/Ethernet overview
  • IP/Ethernet Bandwidth considerations
  • Radio Parameters and performance optimization
  • examples and discussion
  • Case studies

     

Target audience

The target audience for this course is:

Network Engineer, Service Engineer, Service Design Engineer, Network Design Engineer

 

Prerequisites

The participants should have a general knowledge in cellular systems and radio technology

   

Duration and class size

The recommended length of the course is 3-4 days..

The maximum number of participants is 16

   

Learning situation

This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment.

 

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