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LTE Core Network

Training Course Outline

Course Duration:
2 Days

Training Course Description:
The goal of the LTE SAE from the 3GPP is to achieve  a high-data-rate, low-latency, packet-optimised system that supports multiple access technologies. Long Term Evolution, as defined in the 3GPP Release 8 standards, has described both an evolved Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) and a new core network strategy termed SAE -  System Architecture Evolution.

The main part of SAE is the Evolved Packet Core (EPC), otherwise known as the SAE Core. The new core network is key to achieving the level of performance that LTE must deliver with the sort of low delay across the network that has been hitherto unachievable with GPRS and UMTS.

Delegates need an in-depth understanding of LTE

LTE Fundamentals

This course includes the following modules:

Course Introduction
  • Why change the UMTS Core?
  • Overview of SAE
  • Major Change Items
  • Implications of all this.
  • Relationship to the Core of the LTE eNodeB

Evolved Packet Core

  • Structure
  • Main Components
  • MME (Mobility Management Entity):
  • SAE Gateway or SGW (Serving Gateway)
  • PGW (PDN – Packet Data Network Gateway)
  • HSS (The Home Subscriber Server)

Non-Access Stratum - NAS Signalling

  • Interfaces between EPC and the Access Network
  • S1: Signalling between Evolved NodeBs and the Core
  • EPC Internal Interfaces


  • Role and Relationship to Rest of Core


  • Functional architecture for IMS services
  • IM Subsystem Entities
  • Interfaces to Core

Additional Features of SAE

  • Interworking with UMTS
  • Interworking with WLANs
  • Presence Service
  • MBMS


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