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Master Level LTE Protocol Stack Testing

LTE is an abbreviation for Long Term Evolution. LTE is a 4G wireless communications standard developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) that's designed to provide up to 10x the speeds of 3G networks for mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, netbooks, notebooks and wireless hotspots.

4G Technology and Networks:

4G technologies are designed to provide IP-based voice, data and multimedia streaming at speeds of at least 100 Mbit per second and up to as fast as 1 GBit per second. 4G LTE is one of several competing 4G standards along with Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB) and WiMax (IEEE 802.16). The leading cellular providers have started to deploy 4G technologies, with Verizon and AT&T launching 4G LTE networks and Sprint utilizing its new 4G WiMax network. In terms of mobile devices, many newer Android-based smart phones are 4G LTE capable, and both the iPhone 5 and the iPad 3 are expected to have built-in 4G LTE capabilities when released in the second half of 2012.

Global LTE Speeds:

In November 2016, Open Signal's The State of LTE report indicates that while LTE continues to expand and see strength, globally, download speeds average 17.4 Mbps but speeds approach 50 Mbps in the most advanced 4G countries.

Who Should Do?

Engineers looking for placements (Bachelor Of Technology, Bachelor Of Engineering in Electronics, Electronics & Communications, Electronics & Instrumentation, Electrical, IT, Computer Science, Bachelor Of Science, Bachelor Of Computer Application, Master Of Technology, Master Of Engineering, Master Of Science, Master Of Computer Application), Professionals working in Telecom Service Industry looking for better career options and domain change(Drive Test Engineer, RF Planner, Network Planner, BSS / NSS Engineer, NOC Engineer, Network Integration Engineer, IN and VAS Engineer) .

Curriculum For This Course
  • LTE System Architecture
  • LTE High Level Architecture
    1. Architecture of UE
    2. Architecture of EUTRAN
    3. Architecture of EPC
    4. Different interfaces between different elements
  • Communication Protocols
    1. Protocol Model
    2. Air interface transport protocols
    3. Fixed network transport protocols
    4. User plane protocols
    5. Signaling protocols
  • LTE Protocol Stack Architecture
  • LTE channels
    1. Logical channels
    2. Transport channels
    3. Physical channels
  • Physical Layer
  • CSFB (Circuit Switch Fall Back)
  • CSFB Call setup
    1. Mobile-originated call setup using RRC Connection Release
    2. Mobile-originated call setup using Handover
    3. Signaling messages in the circuit switched domain
    4. Mobile terminated call setup
  • VoLTE
  • VoLTE System Architecture
    1. LTE Radio Architecture
    2. Evolved Packet Core
    3. Control
      1. What is an IP Multimedia Subsystem?
      2. IMS Fundamentals
      3. IMS Entities
      4. Home Subscriber Server
      5. PCRF
  • VoLTE Functionality
    1. Radio Functionalities
    2. EPC Functionalities
    3. IMS Identification
    4. IMS Service Provisioning
    5. IMS Multimedia Telephony
  • Scripting Languages
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    Carlos Lam
    1 months ago

    Best course ever. The tutorials and challenges are simple and keeps me engaged. Colt knows where we could be lost in the coding and gives a heads-up too, which is very helpful. After completing this course, my expectations are set very high that I am unable to find a satisfying Java course to learn next. It will be awesome if there are other Java courses to learn from Colt.

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    Gerard Hynes
    2 months ago

    Best course ever. The tutorials and challenges are simple and keeps me engaged. Colt knows where we could be lost in the coding and gives a heads-up too, which is very helpful. After completing this course, my expectations are set very high that I am unable to find a satisfying Java course to learn next. It will be awesome if there are other Java courses to learn from Colt.

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    Suganya
    4 months ago

    Best course ever. The tutorials and challenges are simple and keeps me engaged. Colt knows where we could be lost in the coding and gives a heads-up too, which is very helpful. After completing this course, my expectations are set very high that I am unable to find a satisfying Java course to learn next. It will be awesome if there are other Java courses to learn from Colt.