Master's Program in Wireless Network Planning & Optimization

An 8 month program which helps you understand wireless network architecture and network planning principles used in the industry.

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Wireless networking is a model wherein all the telecommunication networks, home appliances and business installations are done by radio communication to avoid the process of introducing cables into a building, or a connection between various devices in several locations. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure.

Network planning comes into play since there is an enormous increase in the number of wireless networks during the last decade, both in size and usage. When new devices are installed under a specific domain, locating or operating a particular device becomes difficult during individual needs. Hence, proper planning helps in monitoring the entire wireless network infrastructure. 

Wireless network planning is divided in three phases: the initial planning phase, the detailed radio network planning phase and the "operation and optimization" phase. 

The initial phase is to set the number of network elements so that the estimation of cost can be looked upon. The detailed radio network planning phase consists of the propagation conditions, location and distribution of frequency, depending on the clusters in the networks. Once these factors are planned, the network coverage capacity of the network can be analyzed. The network and optimization phase consider systems and cell testing to analyze the system performance to make sure effective results are obtained. It sums up to finding a network configuration to achieve the best performance in the easiest way possible. 

Hence, this course will help you to understand :

  • The basics of wireless telecommunication 
  • The evolvement of cellular networks like
    • 2G
    • 3G
    • 4G or LTE
    • 5G 
  • Network planning principles
  • Network analysis and troubleshooting using analysis tools

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Fundamentals of Wireless communication for Telecom Engineers - Syllabus

1Review of key concepts from pre-requisite courses

  • Review of communication systems theory
  • Digital communication
  • Random processes and digital signal processing and their applications in wireless communications
  • Linear to log-scale conversions

2Complex basesband-equivalent model

  • Deep dive on complex (in-phase & quadrature) representation of signals and systems
  • Complex numbers theory review
  • Derive the complex baseband-equivalent system model.

3Antenna systems fundamentals

  • EM based introduction to antenna systems
  • Systems engineering
  • Review of antenna design strategies
  • System-level modeling of antennas and RF front end. 

4Propagation modeling

  • Propagation theory
  • Assessment of different prop models and their significance
  • Calibration of prop models
  • Solve problems to understand their impact on link budget and capacity calculations.

5Multipath & fading

  • Wireless channel modeling
  • Frequency domain analysis
  • Channel estimation & equalization principles
  • System architecture.

6MIMO systems

  • The need for MIMO
  • MIMO channel model
  • Capacity calculations
  • Assumptions and capacity limits
  • MIMO system architecture.

7Overview of access schemes

  • Need for access schemes FDMA, TDMA, CDMA and OFDMA
  • Pros & cons of each scheme
  • In-depth review of CDMA and system design procedure.

8OFDM principles & system design

  • Introduction to multi-carrier modulation
  • OFDM deep-dive
  • System design principles
  • OFDMA
  • SC-FDMA and its applications.

9MIMO-OFDM

  • A thorough study of a special case of a widely used MIMO-OFDM system architecture
  • Case study and system level evaluation and assessment of wireless systems in the market.

10Interference and mitigation strategies

  • Interference metrics definition
  • Interference measurement procedures
  • In indoor and outdoor setting
  • Review of commonly used mitigation strategies.

11Beamforming concepts & system architecture

  • Need for beamforming and its benefits
  • Basic beamforming structures
  • Physics behind beamforming
  • Tx. Vs. Rx beamforming
  • Case study of a few common applications.

12Application in 4G LTE system architecture

  • LTE PHY frame format interpretation
  • Relationship with OFDM system design discussed previously
  • LTE modes
  • Layering operations
  • LTE Multi-antenna system study. 


Projects Overview

Project 1

Highlights

Key Highlights:

  • Develop the ability to independently build a basic wireless system (such as a single antenna system) simulation from scratch 
  • The simulations should take full advantage of the baseband model covered in this course
  • Add a baseband channel model to the simulations 
  • Include all the variations in the provided channel models 
  • Extend it to an advanced system (such as a multi-antenna/MIMO system).
  • MIMO- Multiple Input Multiple Output (or simply a multi-antenna system)
  • OFDM - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing 

 

Deliverables:

  • MATLAB .m file that contains the working code
  • The m-file should not have any library or function call dependencies. If they do, the supporting functions should be delivered. 
  • The results of the script’s output should be submitted as a report (as a word document) containing the following items
    • Input parameters set in simulations 
    • Figures (as images)
    • Command window outputs
    • Write down any intuitions or conclusions made from the results

Project 2

Highlights

Key Highlights:

  • Build upon an existing simulation framework (as developed in project-1)
  • All simulations will be continued using the baseband model 
  • Add new features to it: Multi-carrier modulations
  • Fully understand the OFDM technology and merge it into project-1. 
  • As a result, simulate a MIMO-OFDM system simulation platform. 
  • The key parameters such as number of sub-carriers, number of transmit & receive antennas should be kept as modifiable inputs. 

Deliverables:

  • Include a block diagram of the system being simulated and mark the variables (as used in the code) on this diagram. 
  • MATLAB .m file that contains the working code
  • The m-file should not have any library or function call dependencies. If they do, the supporting functions should be delivered. 
  • The results of the script’s output should be submitted as a report (as a word document) containing the following items
    • Input parameters set in simulations 
    • Figures (as images)
    • Command window outputs
    • Write down any intuitions or conclusions made from the results

 


Introduction to Cellular Communication 2G-3G Syllabus

1The basics of Wireless Access

  • RF Basics
  • Antennas Overview
  • Antennas diversity
  • Fundamentals of Access layer
    • Radio spectrum
    • Modulation & Coding
    • Multiple Access
    • Spectral Efficiency
    • Antenna Structure
    • Cellular concept
    • Coverage and Capacity Concept
    • Busy hour fundamentals

2Network Standardization & Evolution

  • From 1st Generation to the 4th Generation Technologies
  • 3GPP & 3GPP2/ IEEE standardization
  • Network architecture evolution covering from GSM , WCDMA, LTE & WIFI
  • Various technologies such as WCDMA, HSDPA, HSPA+, LTE, LTE advanced etc.

3Network Planning Concepts

  • Link budget calculation
  • Frequency reuse in GSM
  • Scrambling codes in WCDMA Air interface
  • Handovers and their types
  • Cell Reselection concept
  • Interworking with technologies - Air Interface - IRAT

4Call & Signalling Flows

  • Call & Signalling flows 


Some of the projects that you will work on

Project 1

Highlights

The student needs to opt for one of the projects

Analysis of mobile using an android app

Using Netmonster and or any other similar android app to perform walk test of the network, which should include the mapping of the coverage of the mobile signal onto google Map and to identify the performance of the network in terms of handovers, IRAT handovers, Cell reselections, network blackholes and call drops. The project should accompany reports for the improvement of the performance. The analysis should include the bands, capabilities of the network, throughput calculations and MO/MT call performances.

Or

Analysis of Wifi network using an android app

Use the WIFI Signal monitor android application to perform the coverage analysis of the WIFI coverage at your home, map the location to identify the interfering SSIDs, fading causes, network blackholes. Suggest ways to improve the coverage of the WIFI in your home, which should include the selection of channel number and reason to do so, coverage improvement of WIFI, optimum position for the WIFI router, use of any repeaters, extenders or a mesh WIFI. Plot it on a Map.


Network Planning Principles for Cellular Networks - Syllabus

1Introduction of telecom/wireless communication industry - I

General introduction to evolution of various standards in cellular communication, with a deep dive on 4G LTE PHY layer features.

2Introduction of telecom/wireless communication industry - II

Overview of WiFi industry and evolution of IEEE 802.11 standards, with a deep dive on 802.11n/ad standards. Introduction to capacity shortage in Wi-Fi systems and possible solutions. Solutions include using additional (6 GHz) spectrum and switching to mmWave frequencies. 

3Network planning overview

Variety of network planning workflow and procedures followed in the industry. Review of existing networks – using the open source existing network data – Capacity & coverage planning calculations 

4Wireless communication system architectures

Introduction to cellular & Wi-Fi system architectures, review of commercially available equipment, reading specifications from datasheet – inter-operability, testing & validation procedures. Beamforming system architecture. Satellite communication system design review. Fiber optic communication system design overview.

5Link budget calculations

Standard link budget calculation procedures – MAPL based cellular system design principles – outdoor vs. indoor propagation/channel models – Link budget with beam steering – availability calculations 

6Access link design – Cellular communication

Reading & interpreting KPIs, measurement procedures during site survey – cell radius calculation – sectorization principles – interference management – backhaul requirements evaluation

7Access link design – Indoor Wi-Fi use case and channel modeling

Indoor prop modeling introduction – multipath & need for MIMO – IBS/MDU AP planning – interference mitigation – capacity calculations 

8Fiber & Wireless links – system architecture and link budget

  • Wireless point-to-point system architecture 
  • Effect of atmospheric layers on the signal propagation 
  • Commercially used equipment overview 
  • Multi-hop link design 
  • Introduction to GPONs 
  • Cost comparison for fiber vs. wireless long-distance links.

9Backhaul network design

  • Backhaul requirement engineering 
  • Initial cost assessment
  • Technology selection
  • Prop modeling effects 
  • Equipment selection 
    • Availability calculations

10Satellite link design

  • Overview of typical satellite communication link design requirements 
  • Atmospheric effects on the air-to-ground links vs. airborne links 
  • Limitations in the commercially available equipment  

11Network planning tools – introduction to ATOLL & developing plans using ATOL

  • Introduction to ATOLL 
  • Key features 
  • Reading the manual 
  • Starting a project in ATOLL 
  • Setting up a simulation 
  • Reviewing KPIs 
  • Uploading drive test data in to ATOLL 
  • Cell radius evaluation 

12Business case evaluation study & overview of job opportunities

  • Generic network planning business case model 
  • Case study for a target unconnected location with a specific technology 
  • Sensitivity analysis 
  • Choice of equipment to optimize the cost model 


Some of the projects that you will work on

Project 1

Highlights

Key Highlights:

  • Build a cellular communication system simulation from scratch. 
  • Start with simple link budget equation simulation 
  • Add propagation model equation to the code as provided in the description.
  • These models can then be extended to represent an entire cell tower’s capability in simulation. 
  • The key parameters such as cell size, radii, transmit power, bandwidth and propagation model selection should be kept as modifiable inputs. 

Deliverables:

  • MATLAB .m file that contains the working code
  • The m-file should not have any library or function call dependencies. If they do, the supporting functions should be delivered. 
  • The results of the script’s output should be submitted as a report (as a word document) containing the following items
    • Input parameters set in simulations 
    • Figures (as images)
    • Command window outputs
    • Write down any intuitions or conclusions made from the results

Project 2

Highlights

Key Highlights:

  • Extend the single-cell simulation framework in project-1 to a multi-cell framework.
  • As a next step, add interference analysis to this model
  • Analyze the effect of interference of one cell on the other. 
  • The analysis can be performed by generating a variety of results by modifying the parameters such as Transmit power of each cell tower
  • The key parameters such as cell size, radii, transmit power, bandwidth and propagation model selection should be kept as modifiable inputs. 

Deliverables:

  • Include an analysis report on various parameters being swept and studied. 
  • MATLAB .m file that contains the working code
  • The m-file should not have any library or function call dependencies. If they do, the supporting functions should be delivered. 
  • The results of the script’s output should be submitted as a report (as a word document) containing the following items
    • Input parameters set in simulations 
    • Figures (as images)
    • Command window outputs
    • Write down any intuitions or conclusions made from the results

 

 


4G(LTE) architecture, features and Call Flow Syllabus

1Introduction to 4G systems, OSI layers, LTE call flows & Basics of C- Part 1

  • Introduction to 3GPP & 4G Sub systems
    • 3GPP Evolution & Multiple Access Schemes
  • OSI Layers & Networking Protocol
    • OSI Layer Introduction and Corresponding Protocols
    • TCP vs UDP
  • IP Subnetting & Routing
    • IPv4/IPV6
    • Subnetting, Routing

 

2Introduction to 4G systems, OSI layers, LTE call flows & Basics of C- Part 2

  • LTE Bands, Architecture & Interfaces
    • LTE Frequency, Bands and Bandwidth
    • LTE Architecture and Interfaces "
  • LTE Frames Structures, Resource Block & Bearers
    • LTE Frame structure DL/UL(sfn, sf, slot)
    • Resource Block
    • Bearers
    • Quality of service
  • LTE Protocol Stack & Channel Mapping
    • LTE RAN Protocol stack an introduction and mapping
    • LTE channels and mappings
  • LTE Initial synchronization
    • Basic Procedure: Cell Search
    • Synchronization Procedures
    • Synchronization signals - PSS, SSS
    • Cell ID Detection

 

3Initial Access, Frames and MAC of LTE- Part 1

  • LTE Initial Attach Call Flow
  • LTE Call Flow - initial Attach
  • LTE PDCP
    • PDCP
  • LTE RLC
    • RLC

4Initial Access, Frames and MAC of LTE- Part 2

  • LTE MAC
    • MAC
  • LTE PHY Procedures
  • LTE SRB & Message Mapping
    • LTE SRB
    • LTE messages & Mappings with channel, PDCP/RLC/MAC involvement & SRBs
    • SRB, DRB, ERAB ID mapping to LCID
  • LTE RRC-NAS
    • RRC/NAS
    • RRC overview and state
    • RRC Connection Re-Establishment
    • NAS Procedures

5RLC, RRC / NAS, PDSCH, PDCCH, HO & Advanced C- Part 1

  • LTE Handover & Measurement Events
    • LTE EVENT for Measurement Report
    • Handover
  • LTE RACH Procedure
    • RACH Procedure in detail
  • LTE DCI

6RLC, RRC / NAS, PDSCH, PDCCH, HO & Advanced C- Part 2

  • LTE PDCCH
    • PDCCH in detail
    • Search space, blind decoding, pdcch candidate
  • LTE Resource Allocation
    • PDSCH in detail
    • Resource Allocation
  • LTE PUCCH
    • PUCCH in detail
    • UCI(SR, CQI, HARQ ACK/NACK)
    • PHICH in detail
    • HARQ process overview
  • LTE MAC Scheduler
    • Scheduler & Scheduling types
    • Scheduling Flows
    • TB size & MCS Calculation

7RLC, RRC/NAS, PDSCH, PDCCH, HO & Advanced C- Part 1

  • LTE EPC Nodes & interfaces
    • MME
    • PGW
    • SGW
    • NAS
    • S1AP
    • HSS
    • PCRF
    • DIAMETER
  • LTE DRX & Paging
  • LTE TAU & Identifiers
    • TAU in detail
    • LTE IDs
    • RNTIs

8RLC, RRC/NAS, PDSCH, PDCCH, HO & Advanced C- Part 2

  • LTE UE Related MAC features
    • BSR
    • PHR
    • Backoff Indicator
  • VoLTE overview : IMS, LTE_EPC and PCC nodes , interfaces and functions. Typical VoLTE call flow establishment
    • VoLTE Nodes
    • IMS Core
    • VoLTE Call Flow
  • 4G Vs 5G
    • Evolution of to 5G - comparison on 4G vs 5G
    • Numerology, slot, SCS, Frame Structures, mmWave
  • 4G Vs 5G Part2
    • SDAP
    • Difference in MAC, RLC, PDCP
    • 5G Core Reference Architecture
    • 5G Core SBA


Projects Overview

Project 1

Highlights

Project Description:


The LTE project based on customization of “LTE-Sim” an open-source framework to simulate LTE networks. The developed LTE-Sim, encompasses several aspects of LTE networks, including both the Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRAN) and the Evolved Packet System (EPS). It supports single and heterogeneous multi-cell environments, QoS management, multi-users environment, user mobility, handover procedures, and frequency reuse techniques.

Steps Involved in Project:

  • Installing Oracle virtual box on windows
  • Installing Ubuntu OS virtual machine
  • Installing all the dependencies on ubuntu for LTE-Sim
  • LTE-Sim compilation and installation
  • Creating a customized scenario in LTE-Sim
  • Running a scenario and collecting logs
  • Plotting graph based on the output of a scenario using Gnuplot.Tasks to perform:

Project 2

Highlights

The project is based on open5gs, an open-source EPC and 5G Core platform. This project can be used to configure your own LTE network. With this project you can create different scenarios, test them and analyse them. Open5GS implemented EPC using C-language.

The Open5GS 4G Core contains the following components:

  • MME - Mobility Management Entity
  • HSS - Home Subscriber Server
  • PCRF - Policy and Charging Rules Function
  • SGWC - Serving Gateway Control Plane
  • SGWU - Serving Gateway User Plane
  • PGWC/SMF - Packet Gateway Control Plane / (component contained in Open5GS SMF)
  • PGWU/UPF - Packet Gateway User Plane / (component contained in Open5GS UPF)

The core has two main planes: the control plane and the user plane. These are physically separated in Open5GS as CUPS (control/ user plane separation) is implemented.

The MME is the main control plane hub of the core. It primarily manages sessions, mobility, paging and bearers. It links to the HSS, which generates SIM authentication vectors and holds the subscriber profile; and also to the SGWC and PGWC/SMF, which are the control planes of the gateway servers. All the eNBs in the mobile network (4G base stations) connect to the MME. The final element of the control plane is the PCRF, which sits in-between the PGWC/SMF and the HSS, and handles charging and enforces subscriber policies.

The user plane carries user data packets between the eNB and the external WAN. The two user plane core components are the SGWU and PGWU. Each of these connect back to their control plane counterparts. eNBs connect to the SGWU, which connects to the PGWU, and on to the WAN. By having the control and user planes physically separated.


Network (RAN) Performance and Optimization Syllabus

1LTE introduction

  • LTE principle
  • LTE architecture 
  • LTE network interfaces
  • LTE services 
  • LTE general info 

2LTE Network Design basics

  • Channel modeling basics
  • Link Budget   
  • LTE network design principles
  • LTE NW dimensioning 
  • Some LTE basics

3Optimization principles

  • Introduction to LTE network Optimization 
  • Optimization target 
  • Optimization procedure 
  • General concepts

4Coverage Optimization

  • Basic Procedures and call flows
  • Coverage parameters 
  • Weak coverage 
  • Overshooting 
  • Coverage holes
  • UL/DL imbalance 
  • Actix introduction

5Capacity Optimization

  • PDCCH capacity
  • PUCCH Capacity 
  • Spectral Efficiency 
  • Throughput Analysis (DL/UL)

6Capacity and latency Optimization

  • Accessibility KPIs optimization
  • User plane Latency 
  • Control Plane latency 
  • Call Setup phases
  • System KPIs
  • RRC messages on Actix

7Drop call and interference optimization

  • Attach Procedure
  • QoS profiles
  • DL/UL interference 
  • Call/E-RAB drops analysis
  • Retainability optimization

8Crash and Safety

  • Cell Selection/reselection
  • Mobility management 
  • Measurements and Handover Events
  • Handover Procedure
  • Measurements Gaps 
  • Inter-frequency Handover Optimization 
  • Intra-frequency Handover Optimization 
  • ANR

9VoLTE

  • Inter-RAT Mobility
  • Voice Evolution
  • Circuit Switched Fallback  
  • IMS
  • VoLTE architecture and Protocol Stack 
  • VoLTE capacity 
  • KPIs Analysis
  • VoLTE Codecs

10VoLTE optimization

  • RLC
  • RoHC feature 
  • Scheduling 
  • TTI bundling 
  • DRX Analysis 
  • SRVCC

11Advanced Optimization

  • RACH Optimization
  • Carrier Aggregation Optimization 
  • FDD-TDD Mobility Optimization
  • Load Balance
  • HetNet

12Advanced Optimization

  • Physical Cell ID optimization 
  • Tracking Area Optimization 
  • UL Signal Analysis 
  • Signaling Analysis 
  • Final thoughts and summary  


Projects

Project 1

Highlights

You are provided with RSRP and SINR of a cluster drive.

A cluster drive is usually done during a massive network roll out or upgrade or swap activities. It targets to improve the physical coverage and capacity of the network by mainly physical changes to provide dominance and to improve RSRP and SINR distribution. It will help the engineers to realize the user's service and to understand the performance in the network. 

First, it will start by pre-drive, then after analyzing the logs the engineers will ask for complete physical changes then upon implementing the changes, a post drive will take place in order to see the effect. 

Usually, smaller drives similar to cluster drive can be done whenever a new site is integrated in an area in order to see if any changes needed in neighbor sites in order to keep RSRP and SINR distribution excellent. 

In a stable network with not too many changes or upgrades, usually, the cluster drive will become less important. But there will always be a drive test to confirm the performance across different areas in the network, log traces to check for drop calls, etc. 

You are required to specify at least actions (physical changes or suggestions) for 5 areas in each category 

 

Project 2

Highlights

For this project, KPIs will be provided for 10 sites each with 3 cells, with some sample parameters and you need to study the KPIs and identify the worst cell. You are required to advise for some actions either by parameter changes or physical changes (only tilt changes are allowed).

Consider that the azimuth can’t be changed and in reality, this is sometimes the case that azimuth can’t be changed since the site might be collocated with another operator or other antennas are there on the roof for other services or due to some installation and space issues. 

Usually, in real life network, worst cell KPIs analysis is part of RAN optimization engineer responsibilities

In this imaginary network, there is only one carrier so you will not see any inter-frequency HO, as well as, the assumption that all X2 links are working with no issue so S1 HO attempts are zero

Try to check what might be the issue of any poor KPIs

What is provided is a small sample of the main basic KPIs, in reality you can generate reports from the system which will give much more details with service level drops as well. 

 


Network Analysis and Trouble Shooting Using Wireshark Syllabus

1Introduction to WireShark

  • Explain the various layers of OSI & TCP/IP Model
  • Understand the working of Wireshark
  • Use Wireshark to capture the traces
  • Analyze L1/L2 protocols using Wireshark

2Advance Usage

  • Log Analysis with Wireshark
  • Capturing & Filtering the logs
  • Capturing Traces from the command line
  • L3/L4 Analysis

3Capturing and Debugging WIFI Logs

  • Understanding the WIFI Protocols
  • Capturing WiFi Traffic
  • Debugging Networking Issues
  • Application layer Protocol Analysis for protocols DNS/DHCP/HTTP/SIP

4Capturing and Debugging Mobile network logs

  • Understanding LTE Network
  • Capturing Mobile Network Logs
  • Analyzing the Logs
  • Protocols covered - SCTP / S1AP / X2AP


Projects Overview

A variety of projects to demonstrate the learnings of the course

Highlights

Overview

The project assignment is a set of options that the course taker needs to complete in order to demonstrate the learnings from this course. There are multiple challenges and the student needs to opt for one of the challenges and follow the instruction to complete the assignment.

 

1. Creating a honey pot and analysing traffic

In this exercise students should create a honeypot. The Hotspot Honeypot is a free Wi-Fi access point to lure users to connect to it. It tricks the wireless users into connecting their laptops or mobile phones to these fake hotspots by masquerading as a legitimate one. Once the victim has connected, the cyberattacker may launch man-in-the-middle attacks which allows him to record all of your Internet activities in an effort to steal your bank details by using a spoofed website.
Please note that the WIFI network should be only used for network analysis and no personal information should be captured. It is recommended that the student performs it on a test device, using their own device enacting as victim.No packet capture should be done on third party users who are not aware of being monitored. Filters to be used for the analysis of specific protocols.It is expected that the student perform.

2. Prepare report on comparison of two networks performance.

In this exercise students should have two networks available for testing. The idea is to compare the performance of both the networks in terms of security, latency, supported features and throughput. Students can select any destination website or server to perform the testing.Filters to be used for the analysis of specific protocols.

3. Prepare a report on analysis of any one of the Application protocol

In this exercise, students are expected to perform performance and security analysis of any one of the application protocols of students choice. The report should contain

  • The complete information regarding the protocol
  • The call flow of the mentioned protocol, involving the transport layer protocols and its implementation
  • The performance issues / bottlenecks regarding the protocols.
  • Security analysis regarding the potential threats and ways to overcome them
  • Captures, of the application layer protocol showing the unsecured and secured operation

 

 


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