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Architecture and General Principles of 4G LTE Networks


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Nov 6, 2021
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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 6 lectures (37m) | Size: 230.7 MB

Architecture and General Fundamentals of 4G RAN and Core Networks (UE, USIM, eNB, SGW, PGW, HSS, MME, S1, S11, X2, S6a)
What you'll learn:
History and the evolution of mobile telecommunications from 1G, 2G, 3G to 4G/LTE
An Introduction of every node from the 4G/LTE RAN and Core Networks
Basic fundaments of 4g/LTE architecture, the eNodeB, RAN, Core Network, MME, PGW, SGW, Nodes
Nodes with Data Plane (SGW, PGW), and the Nodes of the Control Plane (HSS, MME)
Synthesis of the 4G/LTE Architecture & Interfaces involved

Anyone willing to learn mobile communications

In this course you'll be able to learn almost every fundamental aspect about 4G/LTE architecture.

In the first lesson you'll learn more about the history of the Mobile Networks, from the beginning until 4G advanced, by the end of this lesson you'll be able to talk about the history of mobile communications, the paths taken until 4g advanced and technology used.

In the second lesson you will learn about the Visible Nodes and Devices of the 4G architecture (USIM/SIM, UE/Terminal and eNodeB) and by the end of the second lesson you'll be able to describe the function of each.

In the third lesson you will learn about Cellular Concept, where you will learn about its meaning, function and importance for mobile communication.

In the fourth lesson you'll learn about the nodes with data plane (SGW and PGW), and by the end of the third lesson you'll be able to describe each one of them and its function in the network.

In the fifth lesson you'll learn about the nodes of the Control Plane (HSS, MME), and by the end of this lesson you'll be able to describe every fundamental aspect of them.

In the last lesson you'll have a synthesis of the architecture and its interfaces (S1, S5orS8, S6a, S11, X2), where you'll also learn about some of the most important interfaces.

I think you'll enjoy it.

Who this course is for
Graduate students and anyone with an interest in mobile telecommunications.