UMTS Network Design & Planning
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This course is designed for engineers and planners tasked with planning and implementing a UMTS network. It covers aspects of UMTS evolution, network design and planning and optimisation techniques. At the end of the course, delegates will be able to: - Understand the principles of network design - Understand how to plan and implement a UMTS network - Understand the issues faced when planning the network - Understand the traffic issues that could come with UMTS network
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Introduction (5 topics)
- What is 3G?
- How has it evolved?
- How radio spectrum is allocated
- Spectrum requirements for 3G?
Basics of Network Design (4 topics)
- Frequency allocation
- Frequency re-use and hopping
- Hierarchical network design
Radio Propagation Principles (8 topics)
- Diffraction modelling
- Diversity systems
- Orthogonal polarisation
- Carrier frequency separation
Frequency Optimisation (7 topics)
- Cells design and structure
- Re-use patterns
- MRP (Multiple Re-use Pattern)
- Super re-use
- Fractional re-use
- Hybrid MRP
Traffic Theory (5 topics)
- Modelling of traffic systems
- The Erlang B and C formulation
- Multi-dimension planning
- Data over GSM - traffic modelling
UMTS Network Design (4 topics)
- Spectrum requirements of UMTS
- Coverage modelling
- Multiplexing requirements
Considerations (5 topics)
- Backwards compatibility
- Ground up build
- RF planning
- Re-use and frequency allocation
Planning Tools (4 topics)
- What are available
- How they work
- Which are best
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