Brush up on your dual connectivity principles at LTE training course
A series of new training courses on LTE Advanced Pro has been launched by Nomor Research, extending the existing LTE and LTEAdvanced course portfolio. In the first half of 2017, a set of public courses have been scheduled with its partner organisations, the Carl-Cranz-Gesellschaft e.V. Germany and the Continuing Education Institute - Europe providing latest updates on 3GPP Rel.13/14 standardisation.
Over the last decade, Nomor Research has been offering LTE technology training for mobile communication experts across the world. Based on its deep involvement in research and continuous participation in 3GPP standardisation, it has announced a series of training courses on the new 3GPP standard LTE Advanced Pro that is currently being defined as part of 3GPP Rel.13/14. The training is held by its 3GPP standardisation experts and is continuously revised, reflecting the latest 3GPP decisions.
“LTE-Advanced Pro addresses completely new markets with new systems for future Internet of Things / Machine Type Communication, Public Safety, Car-to-Car / Vehicle-to-Everything communication, future Broadcast Systems as well as future wearable devices. While there is a lot of hype regarding future 5G, LTE-Advanced Pro specification will already be completed early this year fulfilling many of the 5G requirements as well. Furthermore, the first phase of 5G, once available, might only be operated as an extension carrier of an LTE-Advanced Pro base station reusing Dual Connectivity principles,” stated Eiko Seidel, Chief Technical Officer of Nomor Research.