Private 5G Networks

Private 5G networks are set to become a key aspect of the mobile telecoms ecosystem, providing network performance, control and coverage characteristics to rival the current private network technologies that are available. This course explores a variety of aspects of Private 5G, beginning with the main concepts and drivers, advantages and challenges. Focus will also be given to spectrum usage for Private 5G, network deployment models and use cases, with particular emphasis on Industry 4.0 and the importance of Time Sensitive Networking.
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Private 5G Networks

Topic areas covered include:

  • Drivers for Private 5G Networks:
    • Limitations of Current Solutions.
      • Infrastructure, mobility, interference, performance, positioning.
    • Advantages of 5G in Private Networks.
      • Radio and Core related.
    • Use Cases for Private 5G.
    • Challenges.
      • Including standardization efforts.
  • Private 5G Spectrum Usage:
    • Spectrum Requirements.
    • Licensed Spectrum
    • Shared Spectrum.
      • Spectrum coordination options.
    • 5G in Unlicensed Spectrum.
      • NR-U, NR LAA.
  • Private 5G Deployment Models:
    • SNPN - Standalone Non-Public Networks.
    • Public Network Integrated Non-Public Networks.
  • Private 5G Use Case – Industry 4.0:
    • Communication Patterns.
    • Time Sensitive Networking.
      • Architectural components – Bridge, CNC, CUC, TSN Flow.
      • Role of 5G within TSN.

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