5G Essentials

Learn about how 5G accomplishes its goals and how it actually works

Course Code : 6003

$895

Overview

The 5G approach takes advantage of containers, virtualization, SDN and NFV. The course covers the design motivation and underlying technology of 5G service-based architecture as well as new vocabulary terms. The course covers all the details about 5G radio so participants can understand the differences between 4G and 5G. The course also enables participants to explore the 5G core in action. Sample message flows of typical 5G processes are also covered message by message as part of the course.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom
Duration: 2 days

Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 2 days

What You'll learn

  • Introduction to 5G
  • The different session and service continuity modes
  • Understanding message queueing
  • The 5G infrastructure and 5G cloud based services
  • Exploring registration and tracking areas
  • The different 5G services
  • Understanding the 5G stacks
  • Understanding the EU and PDU session states
  • Discovering about the new radio
  • What is multi-access edge computing
  • What is priority paging and QoS

Outline

  • Introducing 5G Features
  • What a 5G “Service” is not
  • Introducing the 5G Network Architecture
  • Comparing 5G to 4G
  • Session and Service Continuity (SSC) mode 1 and 2
  • Session and Service Continuity (SSC) mode 3
  • Message Queuing (MQ) in a Nutshell
  • Defining 3GPP Exposure
  • Subscribe and Publish Message Flow
  • Embedding JSON in HTTP Messages
  • User Plane Function
  • Why PFCP rather than OF (OpenFlow)
  • N4 Interface – Packet Forwarding Control Plane Protocol (PFCP)
  • Service Function Chaining (SFC) Architecture RFC 7665
  • Network Slicing
  • Tunneling
  • The GTP Tunnel
  • PDU Session Types
  • 5G Changes to the Access Layer
  • 5G Network Location of elements 1 of 5
  • 5G Network Location of elements 2 of 5
  • 5G Network Location of elements 3 of 5
  • 5G E2E Latency Requirements
  • 5G Network Location of elements 4 of 5
  • 5G Network Location of elements 5 of 5
  • Registration and Tracking Areas
  • Registration and Tracking Area Rules
  • UE Moves to a new Tracking Area
  • Network Slice within a Tracking Area
  • Vertical and Horizonal Slices
  • Service operation naming
  • Container-based Design of SBA (1 of 2)
  • Container-based Design of SBA (2 of 2)
  • HTTP Reverse Proxy
  • HTTP/2
  • JSON
  • JSON Algorithm
  • Namf
  • UE Context in AMF (1 of 2) TS 23-502 Table 5.2.2.2.2-1
  • UE Context in AMF (2 of 2) TS 23-502 Table 5.2.2.2.2-1
  • NSSF
  • NEF (1 of 2)
  • NEF (2 of 2)
  • NRF
  • UDR
  • Front End and UDC
  • UDM
  • UDM Subscriber Data Management Data Types
  • AUSF Services
  • PCF Services
  • SMF Services
  • Transport NAS and SMS over HTTP
  • PDU Session
  • N2 Interface
  • NG Application Protocol (NGAP) TS 38.413
  • Session Management Function
  • N11 Interface
  • Interworking with the EPC (TS 23.501 – 4.3.1.1)
  • 5GMM main states in the UE
  • 5GMM main states in the network
  • UE PDU Session States
  • SMF PDU Session States
  • New Radio
  • Sectors in New Radio
  • Beamforming
  • Pilot Signals
  • Pilot Signals
  • SU-MIMO vs MU-MIMO
  • Pilot Contamination
  • Pilot Contamination Solutions
  • Densification
  • 5G UE Radio Access Layers
  • Small Cell
  • Remote Radio Head
  • Base Band Unit
  • Common Public Radio Interface
  • Centralized Radio Access Network (C-RAN)
  • To CPRI or not to CPRI?
  • Functional Split
  • AAU, DU, and CU using the Option 2 Functional Split
  • Cloud-RAN
  • Cloud-RAN
  • 8 Network Function Virtualization Components
  • Why Two Bridges?
  • Simple NFV (Network Function Virtualization) Example
  • OVS-based openstack “wiring”
  • MEC Reference Architecture in a NFV Environment
  • Mobile Edge Computing to Multi-access Edge Computing
  • Paging Policy Differentiation (PPD)
  • Network Triggered Service Request
  • QoS Profile
  • QoS Flow Marking
  • Service Data Flow (SDF) Filter
  • 5QI (QoS Flow ID)
  • enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP)
  • Paging Policy Differentiation (PPD)
  • Network Triggered Service Request
  • QoS Profile
  • QoS Flow Marking
  • Service Data Flow (SDF) Filter
  • 5QI (QoS Flow ID)
  • enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP)
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Prerequisites

Participants need to have an understanding of cellular systems and exposure to 2G-4G systems.

Who Should Attend

The course is highly recommended for –

  • 5G VoLTE optimization engineers
  • RF optimization engineers
  • Telecom engineers
  • Wireless telecom engineers
  • Installation engineers

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