Analyzing the performance of LTE networks
2020/11/19, 1:00pm CST
Analyzing the health and performance of an LTE network with signal analyzers.
In today’s wireless marketplace 5G NR seems to capture all the headlines, but the majority of wireless network traffic is still carried by LTE and will be for the foreseeable future. In most cases, 5G NR has been implemented in non-standalone mode, requiring existing LTE networks to act as the control plane for 5G NR traffic. If anything, the performance of LTE networks is even more critical prior to the adoption of 5G NR.
What you will learn:
This webinar will provide insight into how LTE operates and the role signal analyzers play in analyzing the health and performance of an LTE network.
LTE signal format, framing, and terminology
- LTE synchronization channels, the information they carry, and how they are used by the mobile network
- Basic RF and digital measurements and their meaning
- LTE specific measurements and what they indicate about the network
Who should attend:
- general purpose users
- wireless carriers or regulators
Roy Anderson, Field Applications Engineer. Roy has over 30 years of experience in the test and measurement industry. He has focused on solutions to customer problems in interference hunting, PIM detection, wireless network measurements, and DAS. Roy has authored a number of webinars, training programs, videos, white papers, and application notes focused on radio frequency applications. Roy holds a bachelor’s degree from California State University at Long Beach.