5G part 03
5G part 03
Are you prepared for the 5G challenges with 5G NR testing?
The rollout of 5 generations NR is well underway, presenting several potentials for new devices and infrastructure. The way we communicate will change as a result of 5 generations. The next generation of mobile networks, 5 generations, ushers in a paradigm shift toward a user and application-centric technology architecture, to serve three key use case scenarios with flexibility.
Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)
Massive machine-type communication
ultra-reliable low latency (URLLC)
5 generation New Radio (NR) is the first communications standard to accommodate a wide range of consumer and industrial applications. By offering new, flexible numerology, enhanced channel coding, and modulation methods, 3GPP release 15 established the groundwork for 5 generations NR. Wider channel bandwidths and expanded carrier aggregation methods are now possible. More radio resources are available by extending frequencies into the millimeter-wave region.
What Will I Learn?
- The Architecture of the 5G System
- The Stack of 5G RAN Protocols
- Procedures Crucial to the RAN
- RAN's key concepts
- Core 5G
- Call Flows in 5G
- 5G Network Functions That Are Critical
- 5G Core's Key Principles