LTE SON and Small Cell Deployment
1 Days / 2 Live Online Sessions (0900-1230) / Technical Level: Level 2
Course Code: LT1320
This course discusses the concept of a Self-Organizing Network (SON) with a look at the key features and procedures that enable self-configuration in a SON. This course will also examine the issues surrounding femtocell deployment with a discussion around potential interference issues and techniques for controlling uplink and downlink interference.
Who would benefit
This course would benefit those with a keen interest in the issues surrounding the deployment of small cells and femtocells in particular. This might include those working in planning-related roles for network operators or as individual consultants.
This course assumes existing knowledge of cell planning principles in a mobile environment.
Topic Areas Include
SON – drivers
Automatic Neighbour Relation (ANR)
Automatic PCI configuration
Inter-Cell interference Co-ordination (ISIC)
Mobility robustness optimization
Mobility load balancing
Control of downlink interference
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