Ericsson 3G & 4G training course is a high level course for professionals who are already working on Ericsson 2G and 3G equipments and looking for enhancing their career and knowledge in Ericsson 3G & 4G.

This Ericsson 3G & 4G course is an instructor led online course, an unique way of delivering live classes, where student need not be physically present in a classroom for attending the session. The student can relax from his home/office and attend live classes.

Upon completion of the Instructor Led Online Ericsson 3G & 4G Training, participants will learn how to:

  • Understand the architecture of the following Ericsson nodes – RNC 3820 and RBS 6000
  • Understand RNC 3820 configuration, integration and troubleshooting
  • Understand EVO RNC 3820 configuration, integration and troubleshooting
  • eNodeB RBS 6000 architecture, integration and troubleshooting
Course Outline
Class 1 

  • 3G Technology Fundamental and Network Architecture
  • Ericsson RNC 3820 HW/SW Architecture and Network Connectivity
  • RBS 6000 HW/SW Architecture

Class 2 

  • RNC 3820 Initial Configuration
  • Protocol Structure and MOs in ATM and IP based Interface definition
  • RNC 3820 Integration (Iucs, Iups, Iur & Iub)

Class 3 

  • RBS 6000 NodeB Integration
  • Integration Scripts on ATM and IP backhaul description
  • ATM/IP based TND/RND planning sheet description
  • Tips and Tricks in NodeB integration & troubleshooting

Class 4 

  • LTE Network Architecture
  • EnodeB HW/SW description
  • ANR feature and VOLTE related important Ericsson features in L14/L13
  • EnodeB RBS 6000 1st Carrier integration

Class 5 

  • EnodeB 2nd Carrier Integration on same DU and on Different DU
  • DUL to DUS Migration activity full description
  • eNodeB troubleshooting with CLI, RET issues and troubleshooting steps

Note: This will be a personalized course for one-to-one training with the instructor.

If you are willing to enroll for a group course: Click here
For more details you can drop a mail to support@cognitel.com
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