40362 «WCDMA/HSPA Functionality Principles»

Course Code

40362

 

Description

WCDMA Functionalities is a course intended mainly for technical personnel and engineers already familiar with the WCDMA principle of operation and WCDMA air interface. It includes the idle mode behaviour of the WCDMA network, the connected mode, the necessary channel switching principles for service performance and capacity optimization and finally the power control.

Signaling messages between core network and radio access network are presented, the WCDMA UTRAN protocols and interfaces are described and the audience is introduced into the principles of troubleshooting.

At the end call setup examples are included to present as an overview the ideas

  

Learning objectives

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

  1.   UTRAN overview
  2.   UMTS core network overview
  3.   UTRAN interfaces and protocols
  4.   WCDMA idle mode behavior

      -        Initial PLMN selection

      -        Cell reselection

      -        Paging principles

      -        Cell update

      -        ARQ and soft combining

 

5.   WCDMA connected mode

      -        Radio link supervision

      -        Soft Handover

      -       Service based handover

6.   WCDMA channel switching

7.   Power Control

      -        Open loop power control

      -        Inner Loop power control

      -        Outer loop power control

  

Target audience

Technicians, Radio Planners, engineers working with different subjects  (Service Planning, Design, Network Design, Network Deployment, Service Deployment, System)

Prerequisites

The participants should be familiar with general telecom technologies.

Deep and good knowledge of WCDMA technology is helpful, including Radio interface principles 

  

Duration and class size

The recommended length of the course is 4-5 days depending on the participants’ background. The maximum number of participants is 16

  

Learning situation

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