Final Exam: 5G Practices
5G | Intermediate
- 1 Video | 20m 32s
- Includes Assessment
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Final Exam: 5G Practices will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the 5G Practices track of the Skillsoft Aspire 5G Technologies and Practices Journey.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
analyze government involvement in 5G deployments and associated complexitiescompare and contrast the non-standalone and the standalone modes of 5G deploymentcompare and contrast the OSI model with the TCP/IP protocol stackcompare the 4G protocol stack with that of 5G and determine how the former enables the lattercompare the operation of the 5G protocol stack with its 4G counterpartdefine 5G small cell technology and compare it with its legacy counterpartsdescribe the 5G core network architecture and its componentsdescribe the characteristics, technical implications, advantages, and disadvantages of a 5G network deployed in standalone mode and how this pertains to the 5G coredescribe the network vulnerabilities that are unique to 5G networksdescribe the operation of the 5G protocol stack at the physical layersdescribe the operation of the 5G protocol stack within the four sublayers of its data link layerdescribe various features that 5G small cell networking employs, including MIMO, beamforming, and self-healing capabilitiesdescribe various strategies to deal with and overcome the most common obstacles and difficulties associated with government officials and agenciesdetail the various ways in which government officials and related bodies are involved with 5G deploymentsdiscuss the reasoning behind the development of small cells in 5G and the advantages they deliverenumerate the possible obstacles that may present themselves through the adherence to required legal limits and thresholds when deploying 5Gexamine how the 5G protocol stack relates to the OSI model and how it extends its mechanisms of operationexamine the advantages associated with obtaining various government departments and entities as customers of 5G servicesexamine the features of protocol stacks that define the mechanisms and operation of wirelessexamine the user plane stacks associated with communication over the Xn and N4 interfaces
explore the advantages delivered by virtualization and their implication for the 5G core networkidentify the most common motivations behind attacks on telecom networks, including acquiring information and disrupting servicesidentify the role of the Internet Protocol (IP) within a 5G network in both the short and long terminvestigate the architecture of the 5G core network, its components, and its operationlist the various applications that can benefit from or absolutely require small cell networksoutline AT&T's 5G strategy and assess its positioning within the current market and industry environmentoutline China Mobile's 5G strategy and assess its positioning within the current market and industry environmentoutline how the use of non-standalone installations can introduce new vulnerabilities that must be dealt withoutline Reliance Jio's 5G strategy and assess its positioning within the current market and industry environmentoutline the history of security in telecommunications as well as the importance of privacy, especially in today’s highly connected networkoutline the purpose of a protocol stack and identify how it aids in understanding, designing, and operating communication networksoutline T-Mobile's 5G strategy and assess its positioning within the current market and industry environmentoutline various real-world use cases for 5G small cell networkingoutline Verizon's 5G strategy and assess its positioning within the current market and industry environmentrecall the most common motivations behind attacks on telecom networks, including acquiring information and disrupting servicesrecognize the common goals and services that mobile communication providers around the world sharereview the architecture of the 5G core network, its components, and its operationreview the history of cellular networking from its inception to 4G networksreview the OSI model, including its origins, history, and purposesynopsize the current state of 5G deployment worldwide, based on the analysis of the examined mobile network operators
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