For around a hundred years, single antennas have been used, dipoles, etc. for wireless communications In the last ten years, however, this has all changed and multiple antenna systems, different types of diversity, beamforming, array antennas and MIMO have all emerged onto the wireless scene. They offer better cell capacity, more user throughput, larger cells: too many good things to be true, it seems. However, actual deployments have shown the immense value of current MIMO technology and the potential for the next few years.
The High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) addition to UMTS uses MIMO for HSPA+ to massively improve on its original 7.2 Mbps downlink so this technology, a subset of antennas for LTE, is described.
This unique two day course starts with a refresher on antenna basics before looking at diversity in all its forms and then diversity, MIMO, beamforming and array antennas. This course does not discuss the detailed physical design of antennas but is focussed on how multiple antennas, etc, are used and integrated into LTE.
MIMO and Antenna Technology for HSPA and LTE
The course assumes an understanding of cellular systems.
1. UE Challenges 2. HSPA 3. DL-MIMO 4. LTE 5. Overview of Multi Antenna Related Processing 6. Precoded Spatial Multiplexing 7. DL SU-MIMO and Transmit Diversity 8. DL Multi User MIMO
9. Single Layer Dedicated Beamforming in LTE 10. UL Multiuser MIMO 11. Uplink Single User MIMO 12. Downlink Dual Layer Beamforming 13. MU-MIMO 14. Coordinated Multi Point Transmission/Reception (CoMP) 15. Extended Downlink Single User MIMO ...
Reuse Patterns for LTE
Building a LTE Single Frequency Network
Minimum number of talents
IDR 3.000.000,- Per talent (exclude exam)
Jakarta and Bandung
Training module (softcopy), Certificate of attedance (hardcopy), 1 lunch and 2x coffee break per day, Internet access, T-shirt, The LTE Exam will be conducted on the last day of training, talents need to pass the online exam to receive the LTE certification.
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