UMTS Core Network

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UMTS Core Network
  • UMTS Core Network

    4 Dages
    Mobile Networks (Insoft Specials)
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    Course Details

    BESKRIVELSE

    Acquiring in-depth knowledge about UMTS Core Network evolution, from Release 3, better known as Release ’99, to Release 7. After a traffic sources (client signals) characterization, this course analyzes Core Network architectures and its network elements. Moreover, call establishment procedures are described. Finally, QoS issues are discussed.

    KURSUSINDHOLD

    • Voice, Video and Data services
    • MSC-Server and Media Gateway
    • 3G-SGSN and GGSN
    • HLR, FNR and SCP
    • RANAP procedures
    • ATM and Ethernet interfaces
    • Call Control and Bearer Control
    • Q.AAL2 for ATM PVC
    • Transcoder Free Operation
    • OoBTC via BICC and SIP-I Trunks
    • H.248 implementation
    • Nb over IP migration
    • CES services and VoIP Trunking
    • SIGTRAN Signaling Gateway
    • PSTN interworking
    • Multi APN sessions
    • Multi PDP sessions
    • Transport over SDH and OTN network
    • 4G migration

    M√ÖLGRUPPE

    • This course is designed for personnel working for network operators who is involved in UMTS network implementation, operation and maintenance.

    FORUDSÆTNINGER

    • TLC networks basic understanding.

     

    Exercises:

    Practical activities include the use of traffic generators and analyzers to simulate live network conditions. Laboratory sessions are supported by signal flow analysis.