EXPERT LEVEL 5G N/W PROTOCOL STACK DEVELOPMENT


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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 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.

Prerequisites

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

UMTS (3G) AND GSM (2G) BASIC

2G and 3G Network Architecture - CS & PS domain.


RAT- FDMA,TDMA,CDMA,WCDMA,DFDMA,SCFDMA


SDU,PDU,UMTS N/W Architecture


UMTS Protocol Architecture


UMTS Channel


Spreading code, Spreading factor and scrambling code


UMTS layers basic concept


LTE STANDARDIZATION (3GPP)

What is 3GPP?


3GPP release and process


LTE Standardization Phase


LTE Specification and 3GPP Structure


LTE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

EUTRAN, EPC, SAE &EPC Architecture


Logical Elements and their Interfaces


Roaming Architecture configuration


LTE Architecture with legacy 3GPP interworking with an interface and their protocols.


LTE identifier - UE Identifier, MME Identifier, TAI Architecture


Roaming in non-3GPP internetworking architecture of LTE with non-3GPP network


Interfaces and protocol in non 3GPP internetworking systems.


Roaming in non 3GPP internetworking configuration


Interworking with CDMA 2000 access network.


Protocol and interfaces with CDMA 2000 HPRD network


Interworking with CDMA 2000 1XRTT


LTE identities – UE identities ,MME identities, TAI architecture


LTE PROTOCOL STACK ARCHITECTURE AND CHANNELS

Contol plane and User plane


L1,L2,L3 Architecture


Logical channel,Trasport channel,Physical channel


Control Information (CI), Channel Mapping


Uu - Control/User plane


S1 - Control/User plane


X2 - User/Control plane


S6a - Control plane


S3/S4/S5/S8/S10/S11- C plane/U plane


LTE bearer - Default and Dedicated


PHYSICAL LAYER

EUTRA Air interface capability


FDD Bands


TDD Bands


FDD and TDD Frame Architecture


TDD UL/DL Configuration


LTE UE Catagieors


Resource grid and Resource block


OFDMA, SCFDMA, MIMO


Physical UL and DL Signaling


Physical UL and DL Control Information


Physical channels


UE Power on procedure


Resourse allocation type 0, 1,2


DCI format and PUSCH HOPING

PHYSICAL LAYER PROCEDURES

HARQ Procedure, Timing Advance, Power control, Random Acess procedure


Physical layer measurement, UE measurement, enodeB measurement, Physical layer parameter configuration


Channel feedback reporting


Half duplex operation

RLC LAYER

RLC Architecture and function - TM, AM, UM


Framing and reordering


ARQ operation, Window operation


RLC PDU Format


SDU Discard and RLC Re-establishment


MAC LAYER AND PROCEDURES

MAC Architecture and function


MAC PDU format, LCID, LCGID, MAC-CE


MAC Procedures -
a) Dynamic and SPS Scheduling
b) SR, BSR,and PHR
c) Logical channel prioritization
d) DRx
e) HARQ and TTI bundling
f) Measurement gap
g) RACH Procedure - Contention and Non-contention


PDCP LAYER AND PROCEDURE

PDCP function and architecture


Header compression and security


Data transfer, PDCP PDU format


RRC AND NAS LAYER

RRC states and state transition, SRB & DRB PLMN and cell Selection


Cell Reselection and access verification


RRC Layer Architecture and function


RRC procedures -
a) RCC connection establishment
b) RCC connection release
c) System information
d) RCC connection re-establishment
e) paging
f) RCC connection re-configuration


NAS LAYER - EPS MOBILITY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

NAS state - EMM and ESM


NAS Authentication procedure


Security mode control procedure


Attach procedure


Detach procedure, TAU procedure


Service request and extended service request procedure


Paging procedure


Authentication Procedure


Security mode control procedure


Identification procedure

NAS - EPS SESSION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

Dedicated EPS bearer context activation


EPS bearer context activation


EPS bearer context deactivation


UE requested PDN connectivity


UE request PDN disconnect


UE requested bearer resource allocation


UE request bearer resource modification


UE MOBILITY AND HANDOVER

RCC connected mode mobility -
a) Intra LTE H.0 within MME pool area
b) Intra LTE H.0 Inter MME pool area
c) Inter RAT H.0 - release with read direction


RCC Idle mode mobility


Cell Reselection


UE Measurement


Network Measurement


Measurement Reporting


CSFB

CSFB system architecture


Voice domain preference and UE usage setting


CSFB call flow -
a) Mobile registration
b) Mobile originating call
c) Mobile terminating call


SRVCC

SRVCC network architecture


Attach registration and call setup


SRVCC handover from LTE to 3GPP UTRAN - GERAN


SIP

Basic SIP and SIP call with proxy server


SIP message transfer


SIP client and server


SIP request message


URI and URL schemes used by SIP


Message bodies


SIP response message


SIP response header fields


Message body header fields


SIP security


SIP call flow


VOLTE[IMS]

VOLTE system architecture


VOLTE radio functionalities


VOLTE EPC functionalities


IMS identification


VOLTE end to end signaling


VOLTE call flow


VOLTE emergency call


VOLTE messaging


VOLTE handover and romancing


Service centralization and call community


VOLTE SMS


VOLTE - Architecture and Functionality

VOLTE system architecture


EPS - Mobility and session management


EPS session management and QoS


IMS fundamentals and IMS entities


IMS network architecture


IMS protocol architecture


SIP, SDP, Diameter protocol


IMS Network Functional Architecture

EPS functional architecture


IMS functional architecture


Database functional architecture


IMS charging functional architecture-
a) PCC Function
b) Application of EPC , IMS, PCC
c) Bearers


IMS Identification

IP multimedia service identity module


Private and public user identity


Identification of users device


Identification of network entity


VOLTE End to End Signaling

Registration signaling procedure


De registration signaling procedure


VOLTE originating sesion


VOLTE terminating session


Emergency call


VOLTE call released by calling party


VOLTE call released by called party


VILTE Service and Procedures

VOLTE and VILTE service procedures


Audio flow


Video flow


Measuring IP video quality


VILTE Procedures


VILTE registration


Video call establishment


Video call originator terminates


Video call terminator terminates


Change of video parameter


Video call - user stops video


Video call accepted as voice only


VOLTE CALL FLOW ADVANCED

Redirect VOLTE call to voice mail after called party is busy.


Redirect VOLTE call not answered to voice mail.


Originator cancels the call before ringing.


Originator cancels the call after ringing.


Loss of SIP signalling


Loss of PD connectivity


Voice call waiting, second party hold.


VOLTE HANDOVER AND CALL FLOW

Interconnection with CS network


Interconnection with IMS network


Interconnection session establishment with CS network


PS - PS intersystem handover


Functional architecture of roaming
- Roaming EPS network
- Roaming IMS network
- Roaming procedures


SRVCC function and procedure


VOLTE SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE

Message structure


SM - TL Layer


SM - RL Layer


SM - CL Layer


SMS over SGsAP architecture


SMS over SGsAP procedure


SMS over SIP architecture


SMS over SIP procedure


3GPP SPECIFICATION , PROJECT AND TOOLS

3GPP -
Re 99, Re, 5, R4 See 8, Re 9, Re, 10
26 Series- Codec
25 Series- Aceess Startum
24 Series- NAS
21 Series- Requirement Management.
30 Series-Program Management


PROJECT -
-Describe the real time project in Layer1, layer 2, layer 3 of next generation telecom technologies on wireless protocol stack development from scratch to end which covers the series of PDLC services from Design and Development to Sustenance and Support, and also extends agilely to Platform Modernization and Application Management.
-Prime bit’s team of highly experienced software architects and engineers will teach you how to collect the Requirements, analyze it and define the module interface to develop the complete product.
-Describes how to work with a variety of development and test environments, utilizing a huge range of tools and technologies that should very familiar with Agile, and Waterfall development methodologies.
-Discuss how to use 3GPP in your project development and how to decode the information elements and compile the messages.
- Discuss how to track and fix the bug by using debugging and bug tracking tool.
-Will discuss the system integration and how to release the different version of product.


TESTING TOOLS -
Debugging tools: GDB
Bug Tracking tool: JIRA and BugZilla
Version tool: CVS ,SVN
Software configuration management : clear case
Compiler: GCC and ASN.1
Protocol Analyzer and network Simulator
Chipset and Log capture tool: Broadcom, Intel and QUALCOMM
3GPP Specification


ADVANCED C & UNIX PROGRAMMING

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.


IoT

Introduction to IoT:
     What is IoT ?
     Why IoT?
     Why do we need IoT?
     History of IoT


IoT Architecture:
     How IoT Works?
     High level data flow in IoT technical architecture


The Ardunio Platform:
     Ardunio open-micro controller platform. Ardunio Basics
     Ardunio board layout & architecture
     Introduction to various functions
     Reading from sensors( real world data)
     Programming fundamentals(c language)
     Ardunio programming and interface of sensor.
     Interfacing sensors with Ardunio
     Programming with Ardunio


IoT Gateways:
     Introduction to IoT Gateways
     What is gateway? why its needed?


Three stages of IoT:
     How to fetch the real world data or unique identity data?
     How to store these in a gateway buffer or How to hold data?
     How to pass the data on the network for controlling data via app.


IoT communication protocols:
     Wired communication protocols: UART, SPI, I2C
     Wireless communication protocols: Bluetooth, WiFi, overview of Zigbee and other IoT communication technologies and
     protocols (Coverage area, Frequency range and power usage.
     Networking Protocols: OSI reference model, TCP/IP, Ethernet
     Application protocols: HTTP, MQTT, TCP/IP


Communication Modules:
     Wifi ESP8266
     Bluetooth-HC05


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

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