This three-day course provides an overview of the LTE and LTE-Advanced physical layer. Using MATLAB®, and LTE System Toolbox™, attendees will learn how to generate reference LTE waveforms and build and simulate an end-to-end LTE PHY model. Topics include:
|Day 1 of 3|
|Introduction to 3GPP Long Term Evolution||
Objective: Provide an introduction to the LTE standard and its relationship to other 3GPP standards. Understand general requirements and objectives for LTE. Get an overview of different protocol layers within LTE.
|OFDM Theory Review||
Objective: Understand the basics of OFDM modulation, cyclic prefix insertion, and windowing.
|LTE Frames, Slots and Resources||
Objective: Understand the concepts of frames, subframes, slots, and physical resource grids in LTE downlink and uplink.
|Day 2 of 3|
Objective: Understand different physical layer procedures for both downlink and uplink specified in LTE.
Objective: Understand different MIMO techniques namely diversity, beamforming, and spatial multiplexing. Learn about singular value decomposition as the solution to the generic MIMO problem.
|LTE Downlink Physical Layer Modulation||
Objective: Understand processing elements for different downlink physical channels and downlink physical signals. Learn about resource grid and control channel element.
|MIMO in LTE R8||
Objective: Learn different MIMO techniques specified in the LTE standard.
|Day 3 of 3|
|LTE Multiplexing and Channel Coding||
Objective: Understand the coding, multiplexing, and mapping to physical channels for all transport channels in downlink and uplink.
|LTE Uplink Physical Layer Modulation||
Objective: Understand processing elements for different uplink physical channels and uplink physical signals.
|LTE Release 9||
Objective: Learn about new features introduced in LTE Release 9.
|LTE Advanced – Release 10||
Objective: Learn about new features introduced in LTE Release 10.
When you register for one of these courses, you can rely on the fact that it won't be canceled or rescheduled for any reason.
12 Apr 2017-
14 Apr 2017
|US, Massachusetts, Natick||English||USD 2,250||Log In|
27 Sep 2017-
29 Sep 2017
|US, California, San Jose||English||USD 2,250||Log In|
10 Oct 2017-
12 Oct 2017
|India, Bangalore||English||INR 39,000||Log In|
15 Nov 2017-
17 Nov 2017
|US, District of Columbia, Washington||English||USD 2,250||Log In|
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