This course cover the LTE drop call optimization on Huawei Equipment eRan16, explaining the connection drop in LTE, counters and KPIs, related parameters and low performance troubleshooting.
The course is designed to provide a detailed knowledge of LTE drop call scenarios, counters, parameters and their impact on LTE network performance.
This course is addressed to technical staff who is responsible of LTE network optimization.
Upon Completing this course, the student will be able to:
-Define LTE drop call and retain-ability.
-Describe LTE E-RAB normal and Abnormal Release procedures, counters and KPIs.
-Define LTE RRC Re-establishment procedures and signalling, triggering condition, parameters and counters.
-Troubleshoot LTE drop call initiated by UE in different scenarios with the associated counters and parameters.
-Describe LTE drop call initiated by eNodeB in different scenarios, eNodeB algorithms to detect a radio link failure.
-Troubleshoot a drop call initiated by eNodeB.
-Describe and define a drop call initiated by MME.
LTE Drop Call Overview
Drop call definition
Network drop call
Drop Call Performance
Drop call analysis
Radio link failure
Drop Call counters & KPIs
Drop call causes
UE initiated drop
eNodeB initiated drop
MME initiated drop
Mobility initiated drop
Drop Call troubleshooting
Introduction to LTE Drop Call and retain-ability and the definitions in 3GPP. Normal and abnormal release procedures with the associated counters and sub-counters. Drop Call KPIs seen from the UE, eNodeB and MME sides.
Explain the RRC re-establishment procedure till R15, triggering criteria, parameters and counters.
Explain different cases of a drop call initiated by a UE, procedures, associated parameters and counters.
Explain the drop call initiated by eNodeB and MME, different cases of a Radio link failure. Algorithm and features to detection a radio link failure by eNodeB.