5G Log Analysis for Standalone Mode Workshop

The course begins with a look at cell acquisition and then discusses RACH and RRC, registration, PDU sessions, downlink and uplink operations, intra-RAT mobility, and QoS network slicing.

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Why Take This Course?

  • Enhance your industry knowledge and skills by gaining a greater understanding of 5G log analysis for standalone mode.
  • Train with engineers at Qualcomm Technologies – a world leader in 5G technology and wireless engineering.
  • Learn online and at your own pace with our flexible eLearning format. Or, set up a live training session for groups of at least 15 people.


Course Outline:

  • Begin with a look at cell acquisition.
  • Discuss RACH and RRC, registration, PDU sessions, downlink and uplink operations, intra-RAT mobility, and QoS network slicing.
  • Discuss SA call flows for the following:
    • Call setup
    • Mobility
    • UL/DL data
    • Slicing



  • You should take this course if you are at least one of the following:
    • Network Engineer
    • RF Engineer
    • System Engineer
  • This course is part of our corporate program and requires an NDA for access.



  • Describe initial cell acquisition procedure.
  • Explain MIB contents and cell search results.
  • Define Remaining System Information and Other System Information blocks.
  • Identify RACH Configuration parameters.
  • Analyze the RACH Procedure process for verifying msgs 1-4.
  • Analyze NR registration procedure logs.
  • Describe NAS message of Registration request.
  • Explain the authentication and SMC procedures.
  • Describe NAS message of Registration accept/reject.
  • Discuss PDU Session Type and Session and Service Continuity (SSC) Mode.
  • Analyze PDU Session Establishment Procedures.
  • Outline PDU Session Modification and Release Procedures.
  • Review DL data transfer operation in SA Mode.
  • Describe PDCCH configuration.
  • Explain PDSCH configuration.
  • Describe CSF configuration and reporting.
  • Analyze DL HARQ process.
  • Describe UL scheduling and use of Scheduling request.
  • Illustrate UL scheduling via DCI and corresponding data transmission.
  • Discuss configuration and operation of codebook and non-codebook based PUSCH transmission.
  • Describe SRS use in PUSCH scheduling.
  • Introduce 5G NR Measurement Object and Report Configuration.
  • Describe Quality configuration and Measurement filtering.
  • Review an intra-frequency Handover and cell-reselection scenario.
  • Describe Network Slicing and deployment options.

Course Information

Duration: 6-8 Hours
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