GSM Engineering

 

Course Outline:

  • Generations of Mobile Communication: GSM Evolution- 1G, 2G, 2.5G, 2.75G, 3G, 4G
  • GSM Frequencies of Operation: 900Mhz/1800Mhz
  • GSM Network Components: MS, BTS, BSC, MSC, VLR, HLR, EIR, AUC, NOC, NMC, GMSC
  • GSM Geographical Network Structure, GSM Architecture, Wireless Concepts, Channel Concepts
  • Techniques used in GSM- FDMA & TDMA
  • Terminologies-SIM, PIN, PUK

 

BTS Engineering

BASE STATION SUBSYSTEM (BSS)

Overview

  • BTS Hardware Structure,
  • BTS installation & configuration
  • Troubleshooting / Commissioning the BTS
  • BSC Functions

BTS Installation

  • Assembly/Disassemble of BTS Cabinet
  • Connecting Power & RX Cables
  • Configuring & Loading IDB
  • Powering On the BTS
  • OMT Configuration
  • Clearing Alarms
  • Loop-testing to check Transmission media
  • Performing VSWR testing of Feeder cables to check faults
  • Connecting Feeder to BTS via jumpers to adjust cables length

BTS Commissioning

  • Connecting to BTS to laptop
  • Configuring TRXs and Sectors via BTS user interface
  • Configuring Abis Plan via same user interface
  • Cross-Connections b/w BTS and MW PDH

 

Transmission Engineering

Course Outline:

  • Different transmission media
  • Introduction to multiplexing ( FDM, TDM, WDM)
  • Microwaves (PDH/SDH)
  • Design and implementation of a microwave radio link using Pathloss 4
  • Introduction to Transmission elements
  • Configuration and configuration of radio links

 

RF Planning & Optimization

 Course Outline:

  • Antenna theory and application areas
  • Transmission fundamentals
  • Transmission Network topologies
  • Cell planning introduction
  • Radio Planning Principles
  • RF Site Survey fundamentals
  • RF Site survey Kits
  • Technical Site
  • Line for Sight (LOS) survey for transmission connectivity

 

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