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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.

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 scripting languages C language/ Unix & Linux

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.

Introduction to Cloud Computing


Client-Server Computing Concepts

Problems with Distributed Computing

What is Cloud Computing?

Why Cloud Computing?

Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Deployment Models

Private Cloud

Public Cloud

Hybrid Cloud

Cloud Delivery/Service Models

Software as a Service

Platform as a Service

Infrastructure as a Service

Linux Basics

Linux basic Commands

Linux basic Administration

AWS Services

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

Elastic Block Storage (EBS)

Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

Amazon DynamoDB

Auto Scaling

Amazon Elastic Cache

Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

loud Formation

Simple Email Services (SES)

Simple Queue Services (SQS)

Simple Notification Services (SNS)

Server less computing (Lambda)

Import/Export (Snowball)

loud Formation

Cloud Trail

Elastic Beanstalk

Cloud Front



Key Management Service (KMS)

Introduction to AWS

Subscription to AWS

Introduction to the AWS Management Console

Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Essentials

Regions and Availability Zones � Choose the right Region

Amazon Machine Images (AMI)

Working with AMIs

Choosing the right AMI

Deciding what goes into an AMI

Finding the right AMI

Pricing model in EC2 instances

On-demand, Reserved, Scheduled, Spot instances, Dedicated Hosts

EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace

Importing and Exporting Instances

EC2 Instances

Building an EC2 Windows instance & Linux Instance

Bootstrapping with user-data

Setting up security

Security with Key Pairs

Different IPs assigned to an EC2 instance

Assigning Elastic IPs

Login/Access to the instance

Creating your own custom AMI, Registering & Granting access to the AMI

Placement groups

EC2 instance protection

Instance Roles

Importing and Exporting Instances

Elastic Network Interfaces

Resources and Tags

Accessing Meta-Data & use cases

Elastic Block Store

EBS Volume Types

EBS Encryption

EBS Performance

Instance Store volumes

Instance Stores Available on Instance Types

Instance Store Usage Scenarios

Adding Instance Store Volumes to an AMI

Optimizing Disk Performance

Creating and deleting volumes

Attaching and detaching volumes

Mounting and Unmounting the attached volume

Increasing the volume size

Creating snapshots

Creating Volumes & AMIs from Snapshots

Cross-Region snapshot copy & use cases.

Elastic Load Balancer

What Is Elastic Load Balancing

How Elastic Load Balancing Works

Classic & App ELB types

Creating load balancer

Internal & External Load balancers

Load balancing protocols

Listener Configurations

SSL Negotiation Configurations

Attach & Detach Subnets

Security groups for the load balancer

Configure health check for the load balancer

Adding multiple instances to the load balancer

Custom Domain Names

Cross-Zone Load Balancing

DNS Failover

Sticky Sessions

Monitoring and Logging

Connection Draining

ELB traffic logging

Auto Scaling

Auto scaling

Auto scaling components

Benefits of auto scaling

Creating launch configuration and its prerequisites

Creating Auto Scaling Groups (ASG)

Attach & Detach EC2 Instances in ASG

Configuration of Auto scaling policies based on the Load on EC2 instances.

Using Auto scaling with an Elastic Load Balancer

Temporarily Removing Instances

Suspend and Resume Process

Shut Down Your Auto Scaling Process

Monitoring Your Auto Scaling Instances

Health Checks

Getting Notifications When Your Auto Scaling Group Changes

Simple Storage Service (S3)

Creating and deleting buckets

Adding objects to buckets

Getting objects

Deleting objects


Uses of S3 storage

Working with Permissions of S3, Access Control, Bucket policy

S3 Data encryption types

Enable Versioning, Logging for S3 objects

Lifecycle rules in s3

Accessing S3 storage with Tools

Hosting a Static Website

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing

Cross-region replication

Audit Logging with AWS Cloud Trail

Glacier Storage

Creating Vaults

Working with Archives

Accessing the Glacier vault using tools

Using Glacier for backups

Job Operations

Data Retrieval Policy Operations

Identity and Access management (IAM)

Creation of user accounts

Setting up multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

Roles in IAM

Groups in IAM

Delegation of permissions for users

Creation of custom policies for delegation

Using Identity Providers

Cross-Account Access

Account settings

Credential Report

Encryption - Key Management Service (KMS)

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Different types of networks that can be setup in AWS

Creating a custom VPC

NACLs & Security Groups

Creation of Internet Gateway

Connecting to instances in the gateway

Subnets, Route Tables & Association

NAT Instances & NAT-Gateways

DHCP Options Sets & DNS

VPC Peering

VPN overview & components

Route 53

Configuring Amazon Route 53 as Your DNS Service

Registering a Domain Name

Configuring Amazon Route 53 as the DNS Service

Migrating DNS Service for an Existing Domain to Amazon Route 53

Creating a Sub domain That Uses Amazon Route 53 without Migrating the Parent Domain

Working with Public Hosted Zones

Working with Private Hosted Zones

Working with Resource Record Sets

Health Checks and DNS Failover

Creating, Updating, and Deleting Health Checks

Transferring a Domain from a Different AWS Account or Registrar

Using IAM to Control Access to Amazon Route 53 Resources

Cloud watch

Debugging cloud related issues

Monitoring the AWS Service Health Dashboard

Monitoring with Cloud watch

Getting statistics for a specific EC2 instance

Getting aggregated statistics

Metrics for other AWS Services and related namespaces

Setting up notifications

Simple Notification Services

Creation of a topic

Subscribing to topic via Email

Setting notification for EC2 instance changes

Simple Queue Service

Creation of a queue

Sending messages to the queue

Sending SNS to SQS

Retrieving messages from SQS

Simple Email Services

Setting up email domain

Limits of SES

Test Email setup

Elastic Beanstalk

Creation of Web-App using Elastic Beanstalk

Building a sample application using Beanstalk

Modifying the properties of the deployment

Relational Database Service (RDS)

DB Instances

Selecting the DB-Engine

Configuring the Database Server

Creating your Database

Setting up automatic backups, snapshots & restores

Authorizing access to the DB with RDS Security Groups

DB Instance Replication

Security: Using IAM to Manage Access to Amazon RDS Resources

RDS Limits

Managing MySql Database server

DB Instance Life Cycle: Renaming a DB Instance

Deleting or Rebooting a DB Instance

Working with Storage Types

Upgrading a DB Instance

Working with Option Groups & DB Parameter Groups

Working with Reserved DB Instances


Database Log Files

Cloud Front

How Cloud Front Delivers Content

Working with Distributions

Working with Web Distributions

Working with Objects

Request and Response Behaviour

Serving Private Content through Cloud Front

Using an HTTPS Connection to Access Your Objects

Using IAM to Control Access to Cloud Front Resources

Monitoring Cloud Front Activity Using Cloud Watch


ElastiCache Terminology and Concepts

Backup and Restore

Clusters Explanation

CloudWatch Metrics with ElastiCache

Managing ElastiCache

Managing Replication Groups

DNS Names and Underlying IP

Cloud Formation

Building AWS infrastructure as a code

Utilization of Sample templates

Introduction to JSON

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

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