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A COMPREHENSIVE 6-MONTH DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME covering all aspects


of Long Term Evolution (LTE) from the services it can deliver to the details of network planning
START DATE 24 FEBRUARY 2010

DISTANCE
LEARNING
ENHANCING YOUR
CAREER
PROSPECTS

Be one of the first industry professionals to benefit from this key new LTE focused distance learning programme. Long Term
Evolution is hugely significant as the next major piece of the technology jigsaw, and both operators and vendors need people
with a thorough knowledge of the commercial and technical issues surrounding its development and deployment in order to
maximise its potential for their organisation. The modular nature of this programme makes it suitable for a variety of job roles.

MANDATORY MODULES OPTIONAL MODULES > Traffic Engineering, QoS and MPLS in
The mandatory modules ensure that you Students to select 2 IP Networks
develop a deep knowledge of the key The selection of two of the following > Marketing Next Generation Services
technology topics surrounding Long optional modules allows you customise > WiMAX and other non-3GPP Access
Term Evolution. your programme to match your needs technologies
> Introduction to LTE and 4G Wireless and those of your organisation.
> The LTE Air Interface > LTE Radio Network Planning
> Services and Applications for LTE > IP-Based Core Network Dimensioning
> The LTE Core Network (Evolved > Service Delivery and the IMS
Packet Core) > Operating Effectively

COURSE DIRECTORS Dave Bowler, Tony Wakefield, Alan Mayne and Dave McNally FULLY ENDORSED BY THE GSA
Discount available for Global
Our very experienced team of training professionals with a wealth of experience mobile Suppliers Association
of telecommunications markets, technologies and operations members. See page 2 for details.

To register: +44 (0)20 7017 5514 For information: +44 (0)20 7017 4144
THE INFORMA TELECOMS ACADEMY

The Informa Telecoms Academy is part of the Informa Programme Director


Telecoms & Media Group, and has a solid reputation for
delivering high quality, interactive, training courses for Dave Bowler has over twenty years
individuals and companies within the telecommunications of experience in telecommunications
industry. Our expertise covers both mobile and fixed training and has provided training to Endorsement
telecoms, the 3GSM family of technologies (including 2G, both technical and non-technical
This programme is fully
3G & LTE), TETRA, CDMA, services and applications, audiences, having worked for endorsed by GSA – The
radio and core networks, industry insights and overviews. companies including Cable and Global mobile Suppliers
Wireless, Mercury Communications Association.
We provide training at different technical levels suitable
for a wide range of functions including engineers, sales, and Wray Castle. Dave has managed, GSA is the representative
designed and delivered training organisation for GSM/3G
marketing and management.
programmes covering all aspects of suppliers, representing over
80% of GSM/3G market share
As part of the Informa Telecoms & Media Group, the telecommunications – focusing globally. GSA delivers
Telecoms Academy has access to the most up-to-date primarily on advanced technology authoritative, market
telecommunications market information and analysis, but also including advanced business intelligence and technology
allowing this information to be incorporated into our programmes. updates for the mobile
industry and the media. GSA
programmes where relevant.
advises regulators/
Course Directors policymakers on optimum
Why Study by Distance Learning? and Tutors
conditions for mobile market
developments. Assistance to
Increasingly we all face more pressure in our business operators including enhanced
Tony Wakefield is Training Director dialogue/ information
lives. Finding the time to attend courses of any kind can of the Informa Telecoms Academy. exchange is achieved via
be very difficult and well meant plans are often put aside Tony has over 10 years experience seminars, VIP events, and the
indefinitely. Distance Learning is the solution to your as a telecoms training professional web-based Operators’ Zone.
education needs. You can enjoy the full benefits of specialising in fixed, wireless and DISCOUNTS ARE
studying, whilst still in employment – using the freedom converged technologies and AVAILABLE FOR GSA
and flexibility of Distance Learning to your advantage. networks. He started his career with MEMBERS – please call us
on +44 (0)20 7017 4144 for
You can set the pace at which you learn. You can decide British Telecoms, gaining a whole
more details. For more
where and when you want to study. If you travel, you can wealth of experience in information about GSA visit
take the materials with you to continue studying and telecommunications. Tony’s www.gsacom.com.
make good use of travelling time. If you change previous roles have included both
companies, inform us of your change of address – and the lecturing and managing a course
advantages of distance learning continue. One of the most development team specialising in
beneficial factors of distance learning is that as the course telecommunications training.
progresses, you can apply the knowledge, skills and Alan Mayne brings to the Telecoms
expertise gained to your work immediately. Academy some twenty-one years of
experience in Telecoms and IT – Informa Telecoms & Media is
the leading provider of
Key benefits gained working for some of the
business intelligence and
leading telecoms companies strategic marketing solutions
> YOU decide where and when to study and then set your
including BT and Ericsson. He has to the global telecoms and
own pace media markets.
worked in telecoms training since
> FLEXIBLE modular course structure allows you to study 1998. Previously Alan has worked as Driven by constant first-hand
subjects most relevant to you and your business to a Senior Engineer for Ericsson with contact with the industry our
create an individual programme responsibility for supporting GSM 90 analysts and researchers
produce a range of
> RELEVANT for technical and non-technical students Network roll-out for one of the intelligence services
> BENEFIT from the expertise and support of leading leading UK mobile phone operators. including news and analytical
products, in-depth market
industry and training practitioners Dave McNally has gained a wealth
reports and datasets focused
> LEARN the latest technology and business processes of experience within the Telecoms to technology, strategy and
from a high level of course content and detail Industry – being a lead presenter in content.
both the Faculty of Technology and To find out more about
> APPLY the knowledge, skills and expertise gained to
Engineering and Faculty of Telecoms Telecoms & Media visit our
your work immediately
Business. His career includes website www.informatm.com
> YOUR knowledge and expertise recognised through the working as a Senior Engineer for For information on course fees
award of these unique qualifications Cable and Wireless. Dave has and administration please turn
> SUPPORT provided through regular online tutorials, worked in Telecommunications to page 6.
with tutors and subject matter experts Training since 1996.

Executives from these leading companies have enrolled in the Telecoms Academy Prism, Roshan, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Telekomunikacja Polska SA,
Distance Learning programme: Altech Namitech Ltd, Azercell Telecom, Bain & TeliaSonera International Carrier, Vmobile Nigeria Limited, Vodacom Congo, Vodafone
Company, Belize Telecommunications Ltd, Cable & Wireless Grenada Ltd, Cellc (PTY) Malta Ltd, Zanzibar Telecom Ltd (Zantel)
Ltd, Dhiraagu PVT Ltd, EFG-Hermes, Ghana Telecom, International Finance Join other Telecoms Academy students from around the world: Currently we have
Corporation, International Turnkey Systems, Manx Telecom, Mentor Graphics students enrolled from many different countries worldwide including: Afghanistan,
Corporation, Microsoft, Mobimak AD, Mossel Jamaica (Digicel), MTC, MTN Nigeria Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belize, Congo, Egypt, Finland, Ghana, Grenada, Isle of Man,
Communications Ltd, Net One, Nigerian Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (M-Tel), Nokia Jamaica, Kosovo, Kuwait, Macedonia, Maldives, Malta, Namibia, Netherlands, Nigeria,
Networks, Orange, Orascom Telecom Algeria, Post and Telecommunications of Kosovo, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, United Kingdom, USA, Zimbabwe

Booking line: +44 (0)20 7017 5514 Email: training@telecomsacademy.com Web: www.telecomsacademy.com
THE COURSE STRUCTURE IN DETAIL

The Diploma in LTE & Advanced Communications is


6 months long and comprises four core modules and
TELECOMS ACADEMY
eight specialist modules (of which you choose to
study two).
NEW! VIRTUAL CAMPUS
Each module is made up of written material, coursework
(questions, worked examples and research), regular
assessments (in the form of multiple choice questions),
and tutor support. Written material provided will be
nominally between 160- 200 A4 pages, and (with
exercises, worked examples, and self tests), require
20 hours work per module/month.

Pre-Requisites
Three years’ relevant experience within the
telecommunications industry or a relevant degree in
a telecommunications related topic.

Assessment and Examinations


ENHANCED TUTOR SUPPORT WITH OUR NEW VIRTUAL CAMPUS
Award of the Diploma will be on successful completion
of a multiple choice final examination. The final The Telecoms Academy Virtual Campus encompasses a virtual
examination will be set for one month after nominal classroom and a Managed Learning System.
completion of the final module. This examination will
be conducted through a web interface and will require Virtual Classroom
validation from your invigilator (training manager or
Enhance your learning with regular virtual classroom tutorial
responsible person). Full details can be supplied on
sessions. Each distance learning programme will include live
request. You will also be asked to complete self
online tutorials allowing you to consolidate your learning.
assessment questions throughout the course in order
Telecoms Academy’s new virtual classroom allows our Distance
to monitor your progress.
Learning students greater access to course tutors and fellow
students alike.
Course Dates
Enter the virtual classroom to experience a wide range of
This Diploma course starts on 24 February 2010 with the enhanced interactive learning tools:
first module. We will then mail modules at regular 䊳 Train together with an instructor online and in real time
intervals allowing you to set your own pace.
䊳 Each tutorial will include trainer presentations, group
discussions as well as question and answer sessions
Course Materials 䊳 Have your questions answered instantly
Material will be made available in hard copy at 䊳 Network with other students
appropriate intervals. You will be expected to complete
one module per month, over a total period of six
months. Course material will also be made available via
Managed Learning System
our Managed Learning System. The Managed Learning System has been developed in order to
offer convenient and flexible access to resources such as course
Course Tutors material, frequently asked questions, practice examinations and
tutor support. Further information and access codes will be
The Course Tutors are available during your studies to
emailed to participants after enrolment. Please ensure that you
help with any problems or technical questions that you
provide a current email address on your application form to
may have. Each programme will also be assigned a
enable us to send you your access details without delay.
Course Director. Further details on how to make contact
will be supplied in the course handbook which you will
receive once you are enrolled on the course.

Additional Course
Resource
Students will receive a FREE Mobile,
Broadband & TV Industry Outlook 2010.

“Very challenging and


exciting.” IAS, M-Tel

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DIPLOMA IN LTE & ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS
Who will benefit?
The next major development in mobile networks, will for The programme is designed to give you a detailed understanding of
many, be represented by the 3GPP Long Term Evolution Long Term Evolution, and through its modular structure allows for a good
(LTE) technology. LTE will present new commercial and degree of specialisation. The mandatory modules cover key topics such
technological challenges for vendors, operators, regulators as the LTE Core Network, LTE Air Interface and Services and
and service providers. Applications for LTE. The two elective modules allow you to tailor your
This programme would suit anyone in the telecommunications programme to suit you and your organisation’s needs. Module options
industry who requires a detailed understanding of the LTE include a variety of topics including LTE Radio Planning, Marketing LTE
concept, the challenges in its deployment and an insight into Services, and Alternative non-3GPP Access Technologies.
the current market position.

The Core Modules • The following four modules are mandatory


MODULE 1 • The Physical Layer • Billing and Charging Requirements
Introduction to LTE and 4G Wireless – Downlink OFDMA • Devices and Device Availability
• The Wireless Evolution Roadmap – Uplink SC-FDMA • QoS Requirements
• Global Market Analysis – Resource Blocks
• Market Trends • LTE Layer 2 MODULE 4
• 3G and 3.5G Wireless Systems – Medium Access Control (MAC) The LTE Core Network (Evolved
– The 3GPP Family
– Radio Link Control (RLC) Packet Core)
– Radio Resource Control (RRC) • Introduction to SAE/EPC
– The 3GPP2 Family
• The Packet Data Protocol (PDCP) • Evolving a Network towards SAE
– IEEE Technologies
• PDCP Messages and Procedures • SAE/ECP Architecture
• 3GPP Evolution
• Mobility Procedures – Interfaces and Protocols
• The LTE/SAE Concept and Requirements
• Multicast Architecture for LTE – Interfacing to LTE
• 3GPP2 Evolution and Future Options
– Functionality
• The IEEE 802.16 Family
MODULE 3 – Service Control and Delivery
• Technologies for Evolving Wireless
Services and Applications for LTE • The Evolved Packet Core
– OFDM/OFDMA
• Review of Service Landscape – Functionality
– Modulation and Coding
• The Impact of 3G and 3.5 G on Services – Mobility
– Advanced Antenna Systems
• The Global Mobile Broadband Market – Service Control
• The ITU 4G Framework and Timelines
• LTE Capabilities • Charging Requirements and Architecture
• Candidate 4G Technologies
– Network Bearers • Quality of Service (QoS)
• Services, Applications and Timelines
– Bearer Performance • Interworking with Earlier Architectures
– Security • EPC Protocols
MODULE 2
• Service Enhancement with LTE – Transport
The LTE Air Interface
• Content Services – Session Control
• Overview of the 3GPP Architecture
• Entertainment Services – Security
– LTE – Traffic (real-time and non-real time)
• Video-based Applications
– SAE/EPC • EPC Procedures
• Voice and LTE
– Interfaces and Reference Points
– IMS-based Voice Support – Mobility
– Protocols
– The VoLGA Proposal – Registration
• LTE Protocol Stack Overview
• Messaging Applications and Services – Session Control
• Performance Requirements – QoS Control
• Service Control and Delivery

The Specialist Modules • Students must choose two of the following modules
MODULE A • The LTE Air Interface MODULE B
LTE Radio Network Planning • Antenna Systems IP-based Core Network
• Review of Wireless Principles and Propagation • Multi-Antenna Configurations Dimensioning
– RF Principles • Link Budgeting • Review of Packet Switching
– Parameters and Measurements • Propagation Models • IP in the Core Network
– Modulation and Coding – Model Selection • Core Network Evolution
– Propagation – Model Inputs • Network Planning Phases
– Impairments – Tuning Propagation Models • Planning Work Packages
• OFDM and OFDMA Principles • Capacity Planning for LTE – Traffic Planning
• OFDM Parameters – Coverage v Capacity – Security
– Traffic Profiling

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– Signalling • The LTE QoS Framework MODULE F
– Interconnect • Principles of Traffic Engineering Marketing Next Generation Services
– Transport and Transmission • Introduction to MPLS • Setting Strategy and Direction
– Architecture and Solutions • MPLS Architecture • Measuring Performance – Net Adds, ARPU
• Traffic Planning • Label Distribution in an MPLS Network • Segmenting the Market
– Traffic Modelling – The Label Distribution Protocol • Regional Issues
– Traffic Analysis – Distribution Procedures • Terminals
– Forecasting • Label Switch Router Operation • Service Types
• Transport Plane Planning • MPLS Management – Voice Based
• Control Plane Design • Traffic Engineering – Data Services
• Processor Capacity • Generalised MPLS (GMPLS) – Messaging
• Network Node Dimensioning • MPLS Security – Content and Media
• Service Bandwidth Requirements • MPLS with Frame Relay and ATM • Adding Value for the User
• QoS Requirements and Control • Accessing the Services
MODULE E • Increasing Revenue
MODULE C Operating Effectively • Evaluating Customer Needs
Service Delivery and the IMS • The Business Environment
• Loyalty/Churn Issues
• Telecommunication Service Delivery • Establishing a Brand
• The Operational Environment
– Network Services • Marketing Campaigns – Examples
• The Basic Requirements – Operational and
– Intelligent Networks Administrative
– Service Delivery Platforms
MODULE G
• Internal Organisation
– Messaging Systems WiMAX and other non-3GPP Access
– Major Divisions and Responsibilities
• Open Service Access and Parlay Technologies
– Key Functions
• Parlay X and Web Services • The IEEE 802.16 Standards
– Interrelationships
• The IP Multimedia Subsystem • The Role of the WiMAX Forum
• Processes and Procedure Flows
• WiMAX Services and Applications
• IMS Architecture – Marketing and Sales
• Example WiMAX Deployments
• IMS Service Control – Provisioning
• Adding Mobility
– SIP-based Application Services – Engineering Processes
• WiMAX Evolution and 802.16m
– IN Services – Fault Reporting and Rectification
• The IEEE 802.11 Standards
– Interworking with OSA – Billing and Charging
• Generic Access to 3GPP Networks
• IMS Protocols and Procedures • Customer Care Facilities
• The Multi-Access Network
• 3GPP/3GPP2 IMS Implementation – Operational Support
– Integration Generic Wireless Access
• IMS in Fixed Networks – Business Support
– Procedures
– Enabling FMC • Business Systems
– Fixed Access
• QoS Requirements and Control • Operational Systems
• Architectures for Converged Networks
• Operations and Maintenance
• Wireless Technology Comparison
MODULE D • The Role and Scope of OSS and BSS
Traffic Engineering, QoS and • The TMF and eTOM
MPLS in IP Networks • Current and Legacy OSS/BSS Systems
“I would unreservedly
• Principles of QoS – Topologies and Infrastructure
• QoS Options for IP Networks – Customer Care and OSS recommend the Telecoms
• Class-based QoS • NGOSS Explained Academy.” TL, Microsoft

School of LTE & Advanced Communications


www.schooloflte.com

Telecoms Academy’s School of LTE & Advanced Communications • LTE Technical Overview
delivers a range of essential distance learning and short instructor • LTE Air Interface
lead training programmes covering all aspects of LTE and
associated advanced communications technologies. Our team of • LTE/SAE Evolved Packet Core
leading technology experts have put together courses ranging from • SIP for Telecoms Applications
overview level to in-depth technical engineering and planning • Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
programmes and includes two new certified programmes covering
• Next Generation Networks
LTE radio and advanced core network planning.
• Evolution to 4G Wireless
We provide in-depth engineering training and technical overviews.
Uniquely our programmes include comprehensive market updates from • Enabling Secure Next Generation Service on Advanced & 4G Networks
Informa Telecoms & Media which analyses the latest news on LTE These programmes are available both as publicly scheduled courses
deployments, equipment, commercial and regulatory topics. and can be delivered as a customisable in-house training programme.

Currently the School of LTE includes the following programmes:


• Informa Certified LTE Radio Planning Professional
• Informa Certified Advanced Core Network Planning Professional
• LTE Explained

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COURSE FEES AND ADMINISTRATION

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a satisfactory intake to the course. It may be
All applications for the 24 February 2010 Diploma in LTE & Advanced necessary for reasons beyond the control of
the organisers to alter the line-up of tutors or
Communications must be received by 10 February 2010. course content, however, every effort will be
made to adhere to the published syllabus.

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