1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training

1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training

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1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training Course Description

The cdma2000 1xEVDV technology, often abbreviated 1xEVDV or just EVDV, represents an advanced step in the evolution of the cdma2000 family of standards. Designed specifically for data, 1x EV-DV provides wireless service providers with the option of enhanced data capabilities with shared resources for voice capacity.

This 1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training course covers the evolution of cdma2000 1xRTT through Releases 0, A, B, C and D. The enhancements for 1xEVDV contained in the cdma2000 releases C and D are the major focus of this course.

Building on your knowledge of the 1xRTT/cdma2000 networks, revision 0 through revision B (which is reviewed in the 1xEV-DV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training course) you’ll learn all the additional capabilities and complexities that 1xEV-DV brings to the network design, operation, and optimization process. This will help you interact more effectively with the equipment vendors as well as design better EV-DV networks, devices, and applications.

Duration: 3-4 days

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• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the 1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

After completing this 1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training course, attendees will be able to:

1xEVDV Network Architecture and Operation Design Training – Course Outlines:

Cdma2000 Evolution: 3GPP2 and Cdma2000 Standardization Process

◾1xRTT (cdma2000 release 0)
◾Cdma2000 Release A
◾Cdma2000 Release B
◾Cdma2000 Release C and D (1xEV-DV)

Cdma2000/1xRTT System Architecture (Release 0 to Release B)

◾Cdma2000 air interface
◾Adaptive modulation and coding
◾Variable channelization and spreading
◾Reverse and forward link physical channels
◾Reverse and forward link channel coding
◾Convolutional encoders
◾Turbo encoders
◾Reverse and forward link modulation
◾Cdma2000 call setup and processing
◾Mobile station idle and initialization states
◾System access state
◾Traffic channels
◾Voice and data transmission
◾Traffic channel handoff algorithms
◾Traffic channel power control features

Introduction to 1xEVDV

◾Operational and technical advantages of EV-DV
◾Evolution of 1xRTT to EVDV

Enhancements Offered by cdma2000 Release C

◾Improved data rates and QoS reliability on the forward link
◾Forward link data packet channel
◾Description of new physical channels

Enhancements Offered by cdma2000 Release D

◾New packet data channel on the reverse link
◾1xEVDV protocol layers
◾Forward and reverse packet data channel control function (F/R PDCHCF)
◾F-PDCHCF attributes
◾R-PDCHCF attributes

New Physical Channels in 1x EVDV Releases C and D

◾Forward link packet data channel (F-PDCH) (0-2 channels)
◾Forward link packet data control channel (F-PDCCH)
◾Reverse acknowledgement channel (R-ACKCH)
◾Reverse channel quality indicator channel (R-CQICH)
◾Forward acknowledgement channel (F-ACKCH)
◾Forward grant channel (F-GCH)
◾Forward rate control channel (F-RCCH)
◾Reverse packet data channel (R-PDCH ) (0-1 channel)
◾Reverse packet data control channel (R-PDCCH) (One per F-PDCH)
◾Reverse request channel (R-REQCH)
◾*Release D Channel Configuration Capabilities

Forward Packet Data Channel Operation

◾F-PDCCH processing functions
◾Hybrid ARQ on the F-PDCH
◾Channel quality measurement and cell switch operational details
◾Flexible code division multiplexing (CDM)and time division multiplexing (TDM)
◾Adaptive and asynchronous incremental redundancy (AAIR)

Reverse Packet Data Channel Operation

◾Flexible rate control
◾Hybrid ARQ
◾QoS control with scheduling and rate determination

Physical Layer Structure for the New 1xEVDV Channels

◾Forward packet data control channel physical layer structure
◾Forward packet data channel physical layer structure
◾Payload size
◾Fast adaptive modulation
◾QPSK
◾8PSK
◾16QAM
◾Code rates and modulation orders
◾Data modulation and channelization spreading
◾Forward indicator control channel
◾Forward grant channel
◾Forward acknowledgement channel
◾Reverse packet data and control channel physical layer structure
◾Reverse acknowledgement channel
◾Data rates and Walsh code allocations
◾Reverse packet data control channel coding
◾Effective coding and data rates on the reverse packet data channel
◾Call flow in 1xEVDO
◾Origination without a dedicated traffic channel
◾Origination with a dedicated traffic channel

Additional Enhancements Incorporated in 1xEVDV

◾Broadcast/multicast service
◾Fast call setup
◾Reduced cycle index
◾Other signaling additions and enhancements
◾Direct channel assignment and mobile tracking
◾Mobile equipment identifier support

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