Who We Are

Prime Bit Solutions is a trusted institute offering the best Telecom Training Courses for Freshers, RF Engineers, OSS & BSS Engineers, Optimization Engineers, O&M Engineers & Technical support Engineers. We collaborate with partners who recognize the value we bring to Telecom Domain. We offer industry standard Telecom Training to our students, which includes comprehensive study material and real time simulations. Primebit believes in empowering the youth by making them strong not only in concepts but also providing hands-on experience in addressing real-time issues. Considering the importance of the telecom industry, Primebit commits to high standards of integrity in contributing to the best interests of students, and Telecom professionals. We thoroughly understand the need to have a solid foundation of concepts in wireless and wireline technologies. Primebit offers training on concepts by real time experts who have vast industry experience; the training program is affordably priced and is guaranteed to benefit all the current and prospective engineers in telecom domain.

What We Do

We thoroughly understand the need to have a solid foundation of concepts in wireless and wireline technologies. We offer telecommunication training and telecom testing training to our students, which include comprehensive study material and real time simulations. Considering the importance of the telecom industry, Primebit commits to high standards of integrity in contributing to the best interests of students, Telecom professionals. We collaborate with partners who recognize the value we bring to Telecom Domain.
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Goal of Course

Good understanding of Different technologies- UMTS, HSDPA,HSUPA,HSPA+, LTE, LTE Advance, IMS, Voip, SIP and Bluetooth
Expertise Access and Non-Access stratum modules (Layer3/Layer2/layer1) mandatory for 2G/3G /4Gprotocol stack modules.
Expertise in RRM, RRC, RLC/MAC, MM, SNDCP, SPV, SNDCP, Layer2, etc
Very good overview of relevant module specifications Good experience understanding and decoding the 3GPP
Understanding of Call Processing concepts in one or more of the following air interface standards LTE(FDD or/and TDD) or HSDPA/ HSUPA/HSPA+,GSM/ GPRS /EDGE / Rel99/ Rel5 /rel8/rel9
Expertise in analyzing logs, troubleshooting issues from field or lab for UMTS/GSM CS, PS calls, LTE Data calls, VoLTE, eMBMS
Excellent knowledge in 2G/3G/4G 3GPP system architecture, protocol specifications and related procedures in control and data plane on Non-Access, Acces-Stratum and Layer 1 level
Good understanding of of PS internal component architecture and interconnection of PS sub-components to meet the requirements of the system for Multimode Protocol Stacks
Monitor and support 3GPP UMTS/LTE related standards and standardization work
Expertise in Conformance testing and Interoperability testing
Exposure to any of these Network simulators Agilent / Anite / R&S / Anritsu
Expertise in creating Test plan and Test cases Development
Expertise in scripting languages TTCN2 , TTCN3 /perl

Target Audience

Freshers, RF Engineers,OSS & BSS Engineers, Optimization Engineers, O&M Engineers & Technical support Engineers who have wish to shift their career into Wireless Chip Development.


It is strongly recommended that candidates must have basic idea of C programming and Wireless concept.

5G Network Requirements and Design

Limitation of 4G and challenges for 5G

Capacity and higher data rate

QOE (Quality of Experience)


mMIMO(Massive multiple Input –Multiple Output)

Device to Drive Communication

Reduced Protocol Overhead

Hydrogenous cell Architecture

Network function Visualization

5G Software Controlled Architecture

Software in Radio access Network

Software in mobile edge network

Software in transport network

5G protocol stack Architecture

Security in 5G Software Network

Radio Access protocol in cloud RAN

5G Hardware Network Architecture 5G Cloud RAN

Network Architecture Evolution from 4G to 5G

End to End Network slicing

5G--Cloud RAN
       Cloud RAN Advantage
       Advance Cloud RAN Architecture
       Cloud RAN and 5g
       Functional split of Cloud RAN (real time) RT and NRT spilt
       MultiRAT architecture for 4G /5G cloud RAN
       Distributed RAN
       Virtualization RAN

Fixed Network :
     Heterogeneous access domain
     Flexible metro domain
     Integrations of access ,metro core Technologies

5G Data Flow Channels and Channel Coding

Logical Channel

Transport Channel

Physical Channel

UL Mapping Of channels

DL- mapping of Channels

Channel coding



5G Physical Layer Design

Frame structure

Slot structure and physical recourses

Reference signal:
     UE specific reference signal XPDSCH
     UE Specific Reference signal XPDCCH
     CSI reference Signal
     Beam Reference signal
     Demutualization reference signal

Synchronization signal :
     Primary Synchronization signal
     Secondary synchronization signal
     Extended synchronisation signal

5G Modulation :
     QPSK-64 QAM

Physical channel :
     Uplink XPUSCH, Uplink XPUCCH, Uplink XPRACH

Downlink Physical channel:
     XPBCH and Extended PBCH

Mapping of channel to resource element

Physical Layer Procedure

Synchronization procedure

Beam Forming Procedure

Power Control Procedure

Physical Random Access Procedure

5G MAC Layer Design

Comparison of 5G MAC with UMTS and LTE MAC

5G - MAC Architecture

5G - MAC Service

5G - MAC Function

Mapping of Transport channel and logical channel

5G MAC Layer Procedures

5G Random Access Procedure

XDLSCH Data Transfer

XULSCH Data Transfer

Beam management

5G - MAC Protocol Data Unit

5G - MAC format

5G - MAC Parameter

5G RLC Layer Design

Compare LTE , RLC and 5G RLC

5G - RLC Architecture

Model of 5G-RLC sub layer

RLC mode

5G - RLC service

5G - RLC function

Data available for transmission

5G RLC Procedures

Data transfer Procedure

ARQ Procedure

SDU Discard procedure

Reestablishment Procedure

5G - RLC protocol data Unit

5G RLC Formats and Parameter

5G PDCP Layer Design

Compare 5G PDCP with LTE and UMTS PDCP

5G PDCP Architecture

5G PDCP Service

5G Function

Data Available for Transmissions

5G PDCP Layer Procedure

5G PDCP Data Transfer procedure

5G PDCP States Report

5G PDCP Discard

Ciphering and Deciphering

Integrity Protection and Verification

5G PDCP Protocol data Unit

5G PDCP Format

5G PDCP Parameters

RRC Layer Design

RRC layer Architecture

RRC States

Signalling radio bearers

5G - RRC services

RRC Layer Procedures

Broadcast system information

RRC connection management

RRC connection reconfiguration

RRC connection Reestablishment

RRC connection release

RRC measurement procedure

5G - RRC Protocol data unit

NAS Layer

Mobility Management

Session Management function

5G - NAS State

5G - NAS MM Protocol

5G - NAS SM Protocol

5G Variable , Timer and Constant

5G - MAC Variable, timer and constant

5G - RLC Variable, timer and constant

5G - PDCP Variable, timer and constant

5G - RRC Variable, timer and constant

5G Security Design

5G Security Network Architecture

Domains in 5G security

5G Security software architecture


Security control class(SCC)

Security Realm(SR)

5G-Security methods


This course provides a thorough practical exposure to the C programming language, the workhorse of the UNIX operating system. The first two weeks will cover basic syntax and grammar which covers Basic C, Loops, Function, Array, Pointer, and Structure and expose students to practical programming techniques. The remaining lectures will focus on more advanced concepts, such as dynamic memory allocation, memory management Data Structure, concurrency and synchronization, UNIX signals and process control, library development and usage. Daily programming assignments and weekly laboratory exercises are required. Knowledge of C is highly marketable for full-time positions in software and embedded systems development.

Date Session Type Timing
June 02 Online
June 02 Weekend Online Batch
June 02 Class Room

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