VOICE OVER LTE (VoLTE) FOR RF ENGINEERS
Learning you need for VoLTE from RF perspective
This basic course gives you information about the Voice Over IP (VoIP) solution for LTE a.k.a Voice over LTE ( VoLTE)
VoLTE Knowledge and Learning Objectives:
On completion of this training. You will become familiar and be able to understand and grasp the following topics for VoLTE:
MODULE # 1
- Learn the Basic theory of VoLTE with focus on VoIP
- Understand the codecs and protocols used for VoIP
- Learn what factors affect the Quality of Requirements of VoLTE
- Explain the metric used to measure VoLTE quality
- Standardized documents explaining VoLTE standard
MODULE # 2
- Explain on system level , the setup of a VoLTE call
- End to End Support for VoLTE in RAN, CORE and IMS Network
- Case study of VoLTE Call Walk-through setting up the bearers
- Learn the usage of EPS Bearers and APNs for VoLTE
- Understand VoIP Protocol Stacks
MODULE # 3
- Explain the LTE RAN functions and features from VoLTE perspective
- Understand why specific RAN features are mandatory for VoLTE call
- Explain the features related to scheduling
- Understand TTI Bundling
- Learn RLC UnAcknowledge Mode for VoLTE
- Explain Robust Header Compression (RoHC) for VoLTE
- Miscellaneous VoLTE Features
MODULE # 4
- What are VoLTE main KPIs
- Learn VoLTE related KPIs
- Learn How Delay is measured in VoLTE Setup ?
- Explain How End to End Performance is measured in VoLTE ?
Azar holds the position of Technical Training program manager with Amazon Inc. and Technical Trainer with TechTrained.com LLC. Prior to his current role, he worked with Ericsson Inc. where he trained more than 2623+ technical professionals from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile on 4G LTE. His telecommunication blog is read by thousands of ICT professionals weekly.
In 2013, he was recognized as 30 under 30 learning leader. Azar graduated with a Masters in Telecommunications engineering from University of Texas at Dallas in 2010 and completed his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Oklahoma. His research interests are mobility management and new architectures for mobility management support in 5G.