Learn How to Build 4G/5G Networks From Scratch (End-to-End)
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 16 lectures (34m) | Size: 253.4 MB
The course teaches how to practically build a 4G/5G network using open source software and general purpose COTS hardware
What you'll learn
Learning about 5G and the companies leading the 5G market.
What are Conventional RANs and 5G Open RAN? What are the possible ways of building a 5G Network?
What are Open Source Hardware and Software Used to Build and Deploy a 5G Network? Learning about SRSRAN and its Feature.
Learning how to virtually build and deploy a 5G Network? Learning the use of ZMQ virtual Radios.
Learning how to build and deploy a 4G LTE Network using RaspberryBi
Learning about the Compute Criteria. Learning about the SDR Criteria.
True desire and hunger to improve and acquire new skills related to 5G.
Intermediate knowledge of Wireless Communication.
Able to handle coding and troubleshooting if necessary.
Basic know-how of virtual operating systems.
This short course is designed to deliver and present brief and concise details on How to Practically Build and Deploy Private 5G Networks.
The course is inspired by our recently published article titled Comprehensive Tutorial on how to Practically Build and Deploy 4G and 5G Networks.
The outline of the course is as follows
(1) Introduction, motivation, and driving factors.
(2) Previous radio access networks (RANS) and
5G Open RAN,
(3) Possible ways of building a 5G network,
(4) Approach to building a 5G network using
Open RAN hardware and open-source
(5) What is srsRAN and its features? and
(6) Simulating and practically Building a 5G network.
The course is designed for beginners that are looking for state-of-the-art and crucial knowledge on what is 5G? and the companies working towards 5G. This course offers a deep dive into the possible ways a 5G network is being built and deployed. In this course, we also provide technical knowledge of the radio access networks (RAN) that are being used in cellular networks. This course also aims to provide details about RAN, EDGE, and CORE frameworks that are built and utilized in wireless communication systems. The students will also learn about the available open-source software that can be used to build a 5G network. Software suite such as the srsRAN is also discussed in brief and their features are used as a whole when building and deploying a 5G network. This course also offers a quick overview of the design steps that are needed to be taken to virtually and practically build a 5G base station with real-time monitoring and implementation parameters. For more details about the whole course please go here.
Course and Tutorial Motivational Summary
5G technology is the cornerstone for new services like eMBB, uRLLC, and mMTC, thus it should be globally available and affordable to make these services a reality. Yet most vendors responsible for the manufacturing of 5G hardware equipment and software still utilize and adopt the classical closed radio access network (RAN) concept. Consequently, this forces mobile operators, who want to deploy such equipment to build 5G cellular networks, to pay a hefty, unreasonable amount of money and still end up in vendor lock-in, which limits them from making personal changes in the network architecture or using different equipment and software from other vendors. This generally means that operators do not have complete control over the network, which they have paid for. To tackle this challenge, a new concept called Open RAN has recently emerged, which has attracted significant attention from industry leaders due to its very exciting features like the ability to use open-source software, general-purpose hardware, and having the hardware separated from the software while maintaining full transparency, and interoperability. Motivated by the many features and benefits enabled by Open RAN, there is a huge need for an educational comprehensive step-by-step tutorial on how an individual or company can practically build and deploy a 5G network using open-source software and commercial off-the-shelf, general-purpose hardware. In this tutorial, we discuss almost everything related to the history and background of 5G companies and manufacturers, legacy RAN solutions and equipment, and different ways and approaches to building a 5G network including RAN, CORE, and EDGE frameworks, open-source software, and generic hardware. After this, we illustrate in detail the steps of how to build and set up a 5G network using srsRAN with LimeSDR, and Raspberry Pi 4. In the end, we list the best possible PCs and software-defined radio (SDR) combinations that can be extremely helpful in building 5G networks.
Who this course is for
Anyone who wants to expand his/her horizon on the topic of private networks.
Engineers and Researchers who want to practically implement their work.
Undergraduate and Graduate students who are interested in learning how to build 4G/5G Networks.
Industry/Academia personnel who want to learn the real-time implementation of a 5G Network.