Indoor building solution (IBS) levels 1,2,3

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01 INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS FUNDAMENTALS

  • Course Learning Objectives
  • Course Outline

02 MOBILE NETWORKS EVOLUTION

  • Wireless Spectrum
  • Propagation of Radio Waves
  • Classification of Antennas
  • First Generation
  • Second Generation
  • Third Generation
  • Fourth Generation
  • Fifth Generation
  • SISO, MIMO

03 FIFTH GENERATION

  • Overview of 5G Requirements
  • eMBB
  • mMTC
  • uRLLC
  • 5G Network Spectrum, 5G Cell Bandwidth
  • NSA/SA Networking
  • 5G Channel Coding
  • Modulation
  • OFDM

04 5G NEW RADIO FUNDAMENTALS

5G NEW RADIO FUNDAMENTALS

  • 5G Building Blocks
    • Millimeter Wave (mmWave)
    • Sub-6-GHz
    • Flexible Frame Structure
    • Massive MIMO
    • Beamforming
    • Bandwidth Parts and Network Slicing
  • Overview of 5G NR Deployment
    • Non-Standalone Option
    • Standalone Option
    • Next Generation RAN (NG-RAN)
    • 5G NR Core Network

05  5G NEW RADIO TECHNOLOGY

5G NEW RADIO TECHNOLOGY

  • Frequency of operation
  • Key Features
    • New Radio (NR) Numerology
    • Bandwidth Partitioning
    • NR Slot formats
  • 5G NR Signals
    • Reference Signals
    • Synchronization Signals
    • Coreset
  • Beamforming in 5G NR
    • Basics of Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation
    • Basic Concepts and Techniques for Beamforming
    • Beamforming Types
    • Antenna Phased Array
    • Beamforming in 5G NR Standard

06 E2E site step by step

  • Site selection
  • Survey
  • Site acquisition
  • Design (2G.3G.4G power calculation)
  • Materials configuration
  • Installation
  • Integration
  • optimization
  • Post DT
  • handover

 

07 MOBILE NETWORKS ARCHITECTURE

  • Macro Network Topology
  • RF Sources
  • In-Building Components
  • Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
  • Network Management

08 IN-BUILDING RF CONSIDERATIONS

  • Electromagnetic Principles
  • Uniform Plane Wave
  • Material Effects and Characteristics
  • Propagation Mechanisms for In-Building Environments
  • Propagation Challenges and Predictions

09 RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION BASICS

  • Macro Network Topology
  • RF Sources
  • In-Building Components
  • Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
  • Network Management

10 IN-BUILDING DAS DESIGN PROJECT STRATEGY

  • Business Models and Lifecycle
  • Deployment Process
  • Challenges

11 SMALL CELLS

  • Technology Overview
    • Small Cell Technologies
    • Radio Technologies for Small Cells
    • Small Cell Network Connectivity
  • Deployment Process Overview
    • Typical Small Cell Deployment Process
    • One Site Visit

12 TECHNOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS

  • CDMA
  • GSM
  • UMTS
  • HSPA
  • LTE
  • KPIs and Target Design Values

13 INTRODUCTION TO iBWAVE DESIGN

  • In-building design challenges
  • iBwave Design features and benefits
  • iBwave Design workspace

14 CREATING PROJECTS

  • Starting a project
    • Best practices: how to start a project
    • Key project properties
  • Modeling a building
    • Set up page layouts
    • Create, import, scale and duplicate floor plans
    • Set reference point
    • Setup building configuration: order of floors, assignment of ground floor, building properties
  • Components used in in-building networks
    • Types of components: system sources, antennas, splitters/combiners, fiber parts, cables
    • Subparts, component groups, preferred parts
  • Designing in-building networks
    • Position components
    • Define cable routes
    • Add systems
    • Change floor or component heights
    • Replace or clone components
    • Search for and find components
    • Assign components to floor plans
  • Design plan and other plan features
    • Setup design plan organizer
    • Display siblings
    • Align vias
    • Automation: parts placement, splitter balancing and cable replacement
    • Antenna contours
    • Debug message list
    • Adjust labels
  • Preparing for reports – graphical elements and page setup
    • Add text boxes, legends, and annotations
    • Modify images with image tools (crop, rotate, flip, etc.)
    • Adjust page setup and border
  • Other useful settings
    • Project properties: error/warnings, calculations, preferences
    • Utilities
    • Options and default settings

15 REPORTS

  • Report types: equipment list, link budget, antennas, etc.
  • Set report options, print and export
  • Customizing reports

16 DESIGN VALIDATION

  • Common mistakes and pitfalls in designing
    • Floor plan – incorrect order or missing floors
    • Location of reference point on floors
    • Verifying the debug message list
    • Replacing cables after project clean-up
    • Unbalanced power distribution
    • Cable connectors

17 COMPONENTS DATABASE EDITOR

  • Components DB Editor workspace
  • Database setup/configuration
  • Exporting & importing VEX files and XML files
  • Edit connector assignments, debug messages and customer lists
  • Creating components: antenna, splitter, cable, etc.

18 PRE-COURSE FUNDAMENTALS

  • Radio wave propagation basics
  • Basic propagation models
  • Antenna characteristics
  • In-Building Propagation Models
  • In-Building Propagation Measurement Guidelines

19 BUILDING MODELING

  • Importing walls
    • Importing walls using AutoCAD or image files
    • Locking size and position
    • Material legends and properties
  • Drawing and editing walls
    • Drawing walls
    • Modifying and replacing walls
    • Changing wall properties
    • Simplifying walls
  • Setting up horizontal surfaces
    • Creating horizontal surfaces
    • Creating holes in horizontal surfaces
    • Generating walls around or above horizontal surfaces
  • Setting up inclined surfaces
    • Creating inclined surfaces
    • Generating walls around, above or at the end of inclined surfaces
    • Modeling cables along inclined surfaces
  • Creating new material
  • Viewing a project in 3D

20 PROPAGATION

  • Propagation models
    • Fast Ray Tracing (FRT)
    • Empirical (COST231)
    • Variable Path Loss Exponent (VPLE)
    • Free Space Path Loss (FSPL)
  • Antenna Contours
  • Process of running predictions
    • Prediction settings: configuring prediction and propagation properties
    • Defining prediction areas, environment types, and body loss zones
    • Propagation output maps: Signal Strength, RSCP, Handoff, Best Server, LTE RSRP, Service Count, and Field Strength
    • Output map reports

21 COLLECTION

  • Data Collection
    • Importing survey data: from iBwave Mobile or third party collection tools
    • Collecting data manually
    • Displaying and editing survey trace routes
    • Interpolating surveys
    • Survey data reports
  • Calibration
    • Measurements required for model calibration
    • Identification of appropriate measurements to improve model accuracy
    • Propagation model calibration
  • Validation
    • Calibrated model exponents
    • Calibrated versus uncalibrated projects
    • Coverage threshold planning

22 OPTIMIZATION

  • Importing Outdoor Prediction
    • Defining building properties and coordinates
    • Importing outdoor predictions
    • Comparing outdoor and indoor predictions maps
  • Optimization output maps
    • Setting up network optimization parameters
    • Integrating outdoor (neighboring) signals
    • Types of optimization output maps: Nature of Path, Interpolation Signal Strength, SNIR, MADR, Total Received Power, Handoff, Active Set, Eb/No
      Achievable Service Coverage, Dominance over Macro, Optimal Antenna Placement, LTE maps, and Uplink maps

23 ADVANCED DESIGN VALIDATION

  • Validation checklist
    • Project property parameters
    • Systems
    • Debug message list errors and warnings
    • PIM calculations
    • Building materials
    • Floor plan scale and referent point
    • Floor plan order
    • Output map parameters
    • Comparison of predicted versus measured data
    • Report data

24 CAPACITY PLANNING

CAPACITY PLANNING THEORY

  • Capacity background
  • Grade of service / Quality of service
  • User profiles
  • Capacity limits
  • Sample capacity calculations

CAPACITY PLANNING IN iBWAVE DESIGN ENTERPRISE

  • Capacity planning process
  • Capacity definition (template)
  • Market share
  • Usage profile
  • Subscriber service
  • Capacity requirements (project-specific)
  • Requirements
  • Sector limits
  • Capacity zones
  • Capacity map

25 MIMO

MIMO THEORY

  • MIMO background
  • MIMO operation modes: Diversity vs. Multiplexing
  • Open loop vs. closed loop
  • MIMO gains compared to SISO systems
  • Factors influencing MIMO performance
  • MIMO DAS deployments

MIMO IN iBWAVE DESIGN ENTERPRISE

  • MIMO calculations in iBwave Design
  • Modeling MIMO in iBwave Design
  • Creating a MIMO source
  • MIMO gain configuration
  • Creating and running output maps for MIMO systems

26 ACTIVE DAS

  • Active DAS vs Passive DAS
  • Active DAS Architecture
  • Types of components
  • Active DAS component examples
  • Designing an active DAS fiber network
  • Power sharing

27 STADIUM DESIGN

STADIUM MODELING AND DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

  • Stadium modeling
    • Walls and surfaces
    • Custom material
    • Body loss zones
  • Stadium design methodology
  • Key performance indicators (KPIs)

STADIUM DESIGN ISSUES

  • Designing stadiums
  • Case study: Design for an international football stadium
  • Design for distribution system
  • Business case considerations

STADIUM DESIGN ADVANCED TOPICS

  • Radio measurements
  • Handover planning
  • Multi-sector systems in stadiums
  • Installation constraints
  • Design considerations
  • LTE Nth order best server maps and handoff matrices
  • Frequency reuse

 

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المدير الفني المحلي للتغطية الداخلية والشبكات اللاسلكية منذ عام 2008.
الوظائف والخبرة:
• عضو معهد إدارة المشاريع (محترف معتمد في إدارة المشاريع).
• خبير حل المشكلات.
• قائد المشروع ومديره.
• خبير النظام العالمي للاتصالات المتنقلة (الجيل الثاني GSM).
• خبير جودة معتمد.
• خبير الأمن السيبراني المعتمد.
• خبير تخطيط وتصميم الشبكات معتمد من IBwave (المستويات 1-2-3).
• خبير شبكات 3G / Long-Term Evolution (LTE / 3G).

حاصل على الشهادات الأكاديمية التالية:
• بكالوريوس في هندسة الاتصالات والبرمجيات.
• محترف إدارة المشاريع (PMP) معتمد من معهد إدارة المشاريع (PMI).
• موظف محترف في إدارة المخاطر (RMP) من معهد إدارة المشاريع (PMI).
• خبير إدارة بيانات المشروع المعتمد من Huawei.
• تخطيط وتصميم شبكات الاتصال والبث عبر الإنترنت عبر IBwave / IBS (المستويات 1-2-3).
• تصميم الشبكات اللاسلكية من خلال منصة IBwave.
• تدريب المدرب (TTT) – Huawei.
• التدريب المهني (أكاديمية التدريب).
• دبلوم في الأعمال والتسويق.
• شبكات الجيل الثاني الفنية الاحترافية (2G) – الجيل الثالث (3G) – الجيل الرابع (4G) ، هواوي.
• محترف اتصالات وتقنية معلومات (HCIP) – شبكة الجيل الخامس (5G) معتمدة من Huawei.
• تحليل الأعمال – My Academy.
• بالإضافة إلى ما سبق ، هناك 13 شهادة أخرى معتمدة في مجالات مختلفة مثل (الأمن السيبراني ، PPCC ، إلخ ..).

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