eLearning Course: "Fundamentals of LTE"

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Meeting: eLearning Course on Fundamentals of LTE
Details: One Hour eLearning Seminar starting at 12:00.
Lunch and registration fees due by 11:45 AM
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0.1 CEUs, 1 PDHs Certified, free for IEEE Members,
$10 Certificate Registration for Non-IEEE Members

Pizza, cookie and Beverage included for ($5 IEEE Members, $10 Non-Members)

BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS -- Course Completion Certificates will be sent to your email address.

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  • 3119 Demming Way
  • Middleton, Wisconsin
  • United States 53562
  • Building: ACS
  • Room Number: Verona East & West Conference Room
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  • For Information contact Tom Kaminski (608)-233-1845
  • Starts 30 July 2014 10:00 AM
  • Ends 10 September 2014 12:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
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  • Menu: Meat Pizza, Non-meat Pizza
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Agenda

Author: Chan, Peter and Wang, Elva

Sponsored by:IEEE Educational Activities

Tutorial Level: Introductory

Publication Date: May-2010

Run Time: 1:00:00

CEUs: .1

PDHs: 1

In this tutorial, you will learn about LTE air-interface standards and technologies. After completing this tutorial, you should have obtained a high level understanding of LTE, knowing its technical features, key advanced technologies, frame structure and resource grid. Both downlink and uplink transmissions will be addressed. For downlink, we will discuss OFDMA modulation, the physical channels and their general processing, the physical signals and MBSFN. We will also highlight the MIMO technologies in downlink, which includes SIMO, transmit diversity, spatial multiplexing and multiuser MIMO.

In uplink, we will introduce the key feature of LTE, SC-FDMA, which is a technology that strikes a balance between low peak-to-average-power-ratio and the advantages of OFDMA. We will also cover the physical channels and their processing and physical signals. We will introduce the possible use of uplink multiuser MIMO, which is a a technology transparent to the UEs and achieve significant increase in the system throughput. Finally, cell search and random access are covered.