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Introduction to LTE
n Broadband access with LTE
n Architecture terminology
n LTE development and design goals
n LTE standards development
n LTE key technologies
n Access networks and the eNB (evolved Node B)
n X2 interface
n The EPC (Evolved Packet Core)
n S1 interface
n Evolved packet core ‘S’ interfaces
n Data rates and services
n E-UTRA protocols

UE Bearers and Connectivity
n The EPS as an IP-CAN
n EPS bearer QoS class identifiers
n Allocation and retention priority (ARP)
n QoS levels
n EPS bearer composition and establishment
n EPS area and subscriber identities
n LTE state management and EPS service concepts
n EPS initial attach and IMS registration
n Tracking area update and paging
n Service requests
n IMS connection establishment
n CS fallback call setup
n CS service provision via a GANC
n S1 interfaces for HeNBs (Home eNB)

OFDM Principles
n Defining radio carrier orthogonality
n Resilience to time dispersion and multipath fading
n Principles of QAM
n The Fourier Transform
n The OFDM transmitter and receiver
n The cyclic prefix
n Scalability in OFDM
n OFDMA resource allocation strategies
n Channel adaptation and Turbo coding
n OFDM peak to average power ratio
n SC-FDMA principles of operation
n MIMO concept and benefits
n Multi-user MIMO

Physical Layer Structure
n Channel bandwidths and subcarriers
n Frequency bands and radio channel organization
n OFDMA parameter summary
n Modulation and error protection
n Physical channels
n The physical layer timing unit
n Type 1 and Type 2 frame structure
n Resource blocks
n Downlink cell and UE-specific reference signals
n Uplink demodulation reference signals
n Uplink sounding reference signals
n Synchronization signals
n PBCH transmission
n Downlink control channels and resources
n Resource allocation options
n PUCCH resource allocation
n Resource allocation for PUSCH and PRACH

Layer 2 Protocols
n L2/L1 channel mapping
n PDCP architecture and PDU formats
n PDCP sequence numbers in handover
n PDCP message integrity protection
n PDCP ciphering
n RLC general functions and modes
n RLC UM and AM frame structures
n RLC retransmission and resegmentation
n MAC general architecture and PDU structure
n Scheduling functions and prioritized bit rates
n RACH procedure for MAC
n RNTI types
n Downlink HARQ principles and operation
n Management of DRX for connected mode

Radio Resource Control
n RRC functions and states
n RRC I-RAT state transitions
n Signalling radio bearers
n System information broadcasting and paging
n RRC connection establishment
n UE capability enquiry
n Security mode setting
n Data radio bearer establishment
n Measurement configuration
n Intra-LTE handover
n Handover from LTE (IRAT)
n NAS information transfer

Lower Layer Procedures
n Cell search procedure
n PLMN selection
n Idle mode
n Cell selection
n Cell reselection
n DRX operation
n E-UTRA radio measurements
n Measurements for RRC connected mode
n Measurement gaps
n Trigger events for E-UTRA
n Uplink power control
n Timing advance
n CQI reporting and reporting options
n MIMO options for LTE

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