cdma2000 Course Description

This advanced course provides a detailed technical overview of the IS-2000 air interface standard. Primary topics include discussions of forward and reverse link enhancements, improvements to power control, MAC, LAC, and Layer 3 signaling and call processing. Emphasis will be the placed on how these enhancements deliver features such as improved link budget, doubling of capacity, improved battery life and most importantly higher data rates. The course will end with a discussion of the evolution of cdma2000 1x-EV-DO and 1xEV-DV. Knowledge of TIA/EIA 95B is a prerequisite.

 Identify the driving factors for 3G technology
 List the requirements of the ITU and IMT-2000
 Describe the IMT-2000 standardization process
 Identify the major advantages of cdma2000 vs. 95B systems

cdma2000 Forward Link
 Describe the 95B forward link limitations
 List the forward link characteristics of cdma2000
 List the new code channels and describe their function
 Describe the radio configurations
 Describe the new channel structures, QOF's and Turbo Codes.
 Describe the spreading rate 3 (SR3) modulation design

cdma2000 Reverse Link
 Describe the 95B reverse link limitations
 List the reverse link characteristics of cdma2000
 List the new code channels and their function
 Describe the radio configurations
 Describe the new channel structures
 Describe the Spreading Rate 3 (SR3) modulation design

cdma2000 Power Control
 Describe the power control mechanisms used in 95B
 Discuss the need for fast forward power control
 Describe the reverse link power control subchannel structure
 Describe the forward link inner and outer loop power control functions
 List the changes to reverse link power control operation
 Describe the need for relative gain parameters

Upper Layer and Call Processing
 List the seven layers of the OSI model
 Describe the cdma2000 layering model
 Describe the MAC layer enhancements
 List the new MUX PDU types
 List and describe the LAC sublayers
 Describe the new bearer services profiles
 List the new f-csch and f-dsch messages
 List the new r-csch and f-csch messages
 Detail end-to-end call flow scenarios for voice, data and multiple service instances
 
1X Evolution
 Discuss IS-95 and cdma2000 1X approaches to data services
Describe disadvantages of existing approaches
Discuss 1xEV-DO and DV networks
Understand 1xEV-DO design philosophy
Discuss deployment scenarios for 1xEV-DO
Discuss 1xEV-DO protocol layering

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