PMPĀ®Course
RF Cellular Networks
Transmissions Link Planning for Cellular Networks

Duration: 3 Days

Workshop Overview

The course illustrates how transmissions problems encountered in a GSM/UMTS/WiMax network can be solved in a cost-effective manner without compromising the availability and performance standards. To conclude, the course looks into deployment of transmissions networks in 2.5G, 3G and beyond 3G networks.

This course is developed to offer people working in mobile communication a good understanding of the role of transmission networks in a mobile environment and expose them to the major engineering steps that must be considered when planning and deploying a reliable transmissions network. In addition, the course material is designed to develop the participant's skills to evaluate, analyze, and understand technical and cost implications involved when purchasing new, and upgrading existing transmissions infrastructure for cellular networks.

Key Benefits

This workshop seeks to illustrate how transmissions problems encountered in a mobile network can be resolved in a cost effective manner without compromising the availability and performance standards.

Pre-requisite

An understanding of microwave link planning and path loss is needed.

Who should attend

This workshop is highly recommended for telecommunication practicing engineers, network designers, engineering managers and IT professionals working for mobile operators and solution vendors who are responsible for planning, managing, optimizing and maintaining transmission networks and systems.

Course Outline

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS OVERVIEW (GSM, TDMA, CDMA)

GSM OVERVIEW

  • History of GSM
  • GSM Reference Model
  • GSM Architecture - MS
  • GSM Architecture - BSS
  • GSM Architecture - NSS
  • GSM Architecture - OSS
  • GSM Network Structure
  • Basic Network Operations

GPRS OVERVIEW

  • Packets Over Wireless Networks
  • Circuit Switched & Packet Switched Data
  • GPRS Network Structure
  • Basic Network Operations

EVOLUTION OF GSM NETWORKS (2G TO 3G, HSDPA/LTE)

    GSM/GPRS TRANSMISSION NETWORK COMPONENTS

    • Access Network
    • Core Transmission Network

    PLANNING ACCESS TRANSMISSIONS NETWORKS

    PLANNING BACKBONE TRANSMISSION NETWORK

    PLANNING MOBILE CORE NETWORKS

    TRANSMISSION MEDIA EVOLUTION

    • Microwave
    • Fiber
    • Copper
    • Satellite

    Planning Guidelines for TDM and Packet based Networks

    Design Examples and Case Studies using Path Loss link planning tool

    Data Transmission Over Fiber: Brief Overview

    Introduction to Optical Networking

    Review of Basic Optical Networking Elements

    • Fiber Optic Cable
    • Optical Couplers
    • Optical Transmitter
    • Optical Receiver
    • Optical Amplifiers
    • Optical Cross Connects
    • Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers

    Key Optical Transmission Performance Parameters

    Advantages of Fiber Optic Systems

    Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)

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    Executive Training
    Transmissions Link Planning for Cellular Networks
    Transmissions Systems Engineering
    Path Loss IV Link Planning Workshop
    Link Planning for 3G Networks with Path Loss IV
    Link Planning with Ethernet Radios for Next Generation Networks
    Transmissions Network Audit, Analysis and Optimization
    GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication)
    GPRS (GENERAL PACKET RADIO SYSTEM)
    DWDM Optical Networking
    UMTS NETWORKS RADIO NETWORK PLANNING & OPTIMISATION
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