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Training topics
  • Wireless and fixed broadband
Training type
Online instructor led
  • English
Event organizer
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information
Event mail contact
  • Toni Janevski
  • Elind Sulmina


This course will focus on 5G-Advanced Mobile Broadband Internet and New Services, including technologies, regulation and business aspects. Module 1 will cover the Set of Radio Interface Technologies (SRITs) for use with 5G RAN in NSA (Non Stand-Alone) deployments. In that respect, Module 1 will include 4G/4.9G (LTE/LTE-Advanced-Pro) and its Evolved Packet System (EPS), QoS, QoE and KPIs for mobile Internet, then NB-IoT (Narrow-Band Internet of Things) and eMTC (enhanced Machine Type Communication), LTE in unlicensed bands, spectrum management, as well as business and regulatory aspects of mobile broadband. Further, the course will target 5G Stand-Alone (5G SA) solution. In that manner, Module 2 covers 5G New Radio (NR), 5G Core (5GC) and Software-Based Architecture (SBA), transition from 4G to 5G, network slicing, edge computing in the 5G Core, QoS and slicing QoE in 5G. It will also include transport network solutions for 5G, such as ITU's OTN (Optical Transport Network), ITU's spectrum management for 5G NR, as well as 5G business and regulatory aspects. Then, Module 3 will provide the future development of mobile broadband, including 5G-Advanced enhancements, Integrated Access and Backhaul (IAB), AI (Artificial Intelligence)/ML (Machine Learning) use cases in 5G-Advanced, interworking of 5G and future WLAN (WiFi 6 i.e. IEEE 802.11ax, and WiFi 7 i.e. IEEE 802.11be). In addition, Module 3 will include NTN (Non-Terrestrial Networks)/Satellite evolution including NR and IoT, 5G FWA (Fixed-Wireless Access), 5G/5G-Advanced private (non-public) networks for new services, as well as business and regulatory aspects of future mobile broadband. Last module, Module 4, will target new services in 5G and 5G-Advanced mobile networks. So, Module 4 will cover new 5G voice services (Voice over NR - VoNR, EPS Fallback), evolution of 5G multicast and broadcast services, 5G XR (eXtended Reality) with QoS and application awareness, and evolved Mobile Broadband (eMBB) for mobile Internet access and OTT (Over The Top) services. Finally, Module 4 will also include massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC)/IoT services, Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) for Industrial IoT over NR, Vehicular to Everything (V2X), new 5G services vs. Internet network neutrality, as well as business and regulatory aspects for new 5G-Advanced services.

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