CDMA2000 Radio Access
2 Days / 4 Live Online Sessions (0900-1230) / Technical Level: Level 3
Course Code: MB2103
This course begins with an overview of CDMA2000™ origins, the key standardization work as well as general network architecture. The course continues with an engineering overview of CDMA operation in a 3G context; one of the underpinning technologies and is followed by a brief review of cdmaOne™.
Who would benefit
Engineering staff working on CDMA access networks requiring an understanding of the operation and capabilities of the CDMA2000™ 1x and 1xEV-DO systems.
A good understanding of modern digital cellular communication techniques and, ideally, some experience of cdmaOne/IS-95 operation.
Topic Areas Include
Evolution of 3G network architecture
CDMA principles in 3G systems
Access and core network elements and interfaces
1x and 1xEV options available for CDMA2000™
Radio link higher-layer protocols
Link Access Control (LAC) protocol
Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol
1xEV-DO protocol stack
1x and 1xEV-DO channels
1x and 1xEV-DO physical layer structure
System access, call processing and handover
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