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Day 1

5G NR Overview Training

December 18, 2019 | Chennai

Agenda

Day 2

5G Knowledge Summit

December 19, 2019 | Chennai

Agenda

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5G Certification Training

Rs.6,000.00(inculding GST) for professionals

Rs.3,000.00(inculding GST) for Students & Academicians
5G Knowledge Summit

Rs.2,000.00(inculding GST) for professionals

Rs.1,000.00(inculding GST) for Students & Academicians





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Venue:  IITM Research Park Kanagam Road, 32, Taramani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600113,India 

Time: 9 AM to 5 PM

Agenda - Day 1; 5G NR Overview Training

Registration: 8 AM – 9 AM

Instructor: Dr. Srikanth (with support from CEWiT)

Dr. Srikanth

Chief Knowledge Officer, NanoCell Networks
Dr. Srikanth is a globally recognized Wireless Technology expert. In last 20 years of his combined experience in Research, Training and Consulting, he has worked closely with all Cellular Technologies as well as WiFi and has actively contributed in product development space.  Read more...

Module 1

Evolution of Cellular Technologies leading to 5G

  • 1G to 4G Evolution
  • Key Technologies for LTE/LTE-A/LTE-A-PRO
  • 5G Drivers and Motivation
  • 5G Spectrum;mm_wave
  • 5G Standards and Deployment Roadmap

Tea Break: 11: 00am to 11:15am

Module 2

5G RAN Technologies

  • 5G Radio Objectives
  • Why OFDMA for 5G NR? Lessons learnt from LTE
  • 5G NR OFDMA and Numerology
  • 5G NR Frame Structure
  • TDD flexibilities in 5G
  • Massive MIMO Overview

Lunch Break: 1:00pm-1:45pm

Module 3

5G RAN Operations

  • 5G NR – Initial acquisition Process
  • Ultra-reliability and low latency handling in 5G NR
  • Initial steps in 5G NR in the presence of LTE network
  • 1.5G Deployment; NSA and SA differences
    2.LTE NR dual connectivity; EN-DC
    3.Data flow possibilities
  • 5G RAN Implementation; Front haul and potential challenges
  • 5G NR key ideas summary

Tea Break: 3: 15pm to 3:30pm

Module 4

5G Core Networks

  • 5G Network Architecture Options
  • Service Based Architecture
  • Network Slicing Overview
  • Comparison with 4G
  • Non-standalone deployment

Agenda - Day 2; 5G Knowledge Summit

Registration: 8 AM – 9 AM

9 AM -9.15 AM – Introduction and Flow for the day

Session 1; 5G Technology Concepts (09.30 AM – 11.00 AM)

5G Technology Overview and Standards Update

Dr. Srikanth - NanoCell

9.30am - 10.00am

5G Core Network; Service Based Architecture

Mr. Sridhar Bhaskaran - Huawei

10.00am - 10.30am

End to End Network Slicing in the 5G System

Mr. Sankaran Balasubramaniam - Nokia

10.30am - 11.00am

Tea break: 11:00AM -11:15AM

Session 2; 5G Testbed Insights (11.15 AM – 1.00 PM)

5G testbed in India; Overview, Goals

Mr. Babu Narayanan - CEWiT

11.15am - 11.45am

5G testbed RAN overview

Dr. Radha Krishna Ganti - IITM

11.45am - 12.15pm

mmWave Handset design Challenges

Dr. Kapil Bhattad - Qualcomm

12.15pm - 12.45pm

Lunch Break 12.45PM - 1.45PM

Session 3; 5G Topics (1.45PM – 3.15PM)

Network Slicing Demo -Real Edge Computing for User Plane Slicing

Mr. Kishore Kumar -Spirent

1.45pm - 2.15pm

5G – Cloud-RAN and Fronthaul Considerations

Mr. Ravikanth & Mr. Vinesh - Aricent

2.15pm - 2.45pm

NB-IoT: Current Status;Implementation Challenges

Mr. Vijai Simha - NeoCortex

2.45pm - 3.15pm

Tea Break: 3.15 – 3.30 PM

Panel Discussion (3.30 PM– 4.30 PM)

What is 5G likely to bring to developing countries?

Prof. Dr. Varun Jeoti - Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS


Dr. Bhaskar Ramamurthi - IITM


Mr. Satish Jamadagni - RJIO


Mr. Jishnu Aravindakshan - Tejas Networks

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Speakers

Dr. Srikanth S

Chief Knowledge Officer,

Nanocell Networks

Sankaran Balasubramaniam

5G RAN R&D LEAD,

NOKIA

Sridhar Bhaskaran

Senior Systems Architect, 5G Core,

Huawei Technologies

Vijai Simha

Director, IoT Solutions,

NeoCortex Networks

Babu Narayanan

Chief Technologist,

CEWiT

Prof. Dr. Varun Jeoti

Professor

Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia

Dr. Radha Krishna Ganti

Assistant Professor ,

IIT Madras, Chennai

Dr. Kapil Bhattad

Principal Engineer,

Qualcomm

Ravikanth

AVP,

Aricent

Vinesh Varghese

Director – Technology ,

Aricent

Satish Jamadagni

Head – Standards Group,

Jio

Jishnu Aravindakshan

Product Architect ,

Tejas Networks

Kishore Kumar

Test Solutions Manager ,

Spirent

Dr. Bhaskar Ramamurthi

Director,

IIT Madaras

5G Knowledge Summit – Panel Discussion


Title: What is 5G likely to bring to developing countries?

Duration: 1 hour

Background: The cellular communications were initially designed for developed countries to enable mobility and augment the fixed line capacity. However, 2G cellular communications has had a remarkable effect in improving tele density and has helped billions access the telephone network in developing countries. A similar effect has been achieved by 3G/4G networks with respect to internet access and is continuing in many parts of the world. Looking back, it would have been impossible to achieve such growths with some traditional approaches that were thought of several years back.

5G is the latest generation being built now with applications like AR/VR, Connected cars, fibre replacement, and vertical industry applications . The focus continues to be from developed countries, though there has been some success and influence from countries like India in the 5G standardization forums like ITU and 3GPP. The main points to be discussed are listed below.

What will be the impact of the 5G technologies which seem to have again majorly focussed on the requirements of the developed countries?

How does the breadth of connectivity enabled by 5G benefit the wide ranging requirements of developing nations like India?

Since basic telephony and internet access can be achieved through 2G-4G technologies, what can one hope for with 5G with respect to solving connectivity problems for developing countries? Do the use cases considered have anything of particular interest to the developing countries?

Is there a need to jump into it now in order to adopt it early in the technology cycle or should it a just wait and watch approach till the technology matures elsewhere. What are the risks of delayed adoption of 5G in developing countries?

Are there any contributions from developing countries like India to the 5G standards and its impacts?

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