• Course Length:
  • 1 hour of eLearning

5G promises to enable a variety of new services, ranging from high-speed, high-capacity broadband access to ultra reliable low-latency
communications to massive machine-type communications. To deliver on these promises, the wireless network must change, including the devices,
the radio interface, the radio access network (RAN), and the core network. Part I of this self-paced course offers a high-level technical overview of 5G
NR (New Radio) air interface – its features, the use of low-mid-high band spectrum, the reuse of the principles of OFDM/OFDMA, and the use of
massive antennas for beamforming and MIMO. Part II covers the flexible numerologies, channels and frame/slot structure, and steps through the life
of a 5G UE. Part II concludes with how the technologies and standards converge to meet the performance goals set for 5G.

This course is designed for a broad audience of wireless network engineers. This includes those in RF, RAN planning, engineering, operations, troubleshooting and
support groups.

After completing this course, the student will be able to:
■ Identify key channels and their usage in the downlink and uplink
■ Step through the life of a 5G UE at a high level in non-standalone architecture
■ Step through the life of a 5G UE at a high level in standalone architecture
■ Identify ways in which 5G NR meets the performance goals of 5G

1. Key Signals and Channels of 5G NR
1.1 Downlink signals and channels
1.2 Uplink signals and channels
2. Life of a 5G UE
2.1 NSA vs. SA operations
2.2 Non-Standalone operations
2.3 Network acquisition
2.4 Attach
2.5 Data transfer
2.6 Standalone Operations
2.7 Network acquisition
2.8 Registration
2.9 PDU session setup
2.10 Data transfer
3. Meeting 5G Performance Goals
3.1 Ways to achieve higher data rates
3.2 Ways to achieve lower latency
3.3 Ways to achieve higher connection density
3.4 Putting It All Together

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