RDL 6000 Overview, Operation and Configuration

Wireless Access Products


The RDL 6000 Overview, Operation and Configuration course consists of 5 modules focusing on the RDL 6000 operation and configuration. The course content is aligned with the training objectives and learning needs of Level-1 support groups, engineers, and technicians. The program is designed to achieve an optimum balance between slide coverage and hands-on work.

The course content is enriched with hands-on labs (with over 70% hands-on if done onsite). If done online, the hands-on part is limited to the demonstration and walk-through of the feature using a live ClearView server.

Courses are conducted by AVIAT expert trainers in a mentoring environment backed by their deep technology expertise and experience in implementation of microwave wireless and IP networks.

The course is conducted at the Aviat Training locations or can be arranged at customer sites.

Upon successfully completing this course, participants shall understand and acquire hands-on knowledge of the product to effectively use the following expertise:

  • Basic LTE technology parameters and LTE networking elements and their functions
  • E-UTRAN and EPC core building blocks
  • RDL 6000 as a system (eNB and UE) and its building blocks from the 3GPP Release 8/9 perspective
  • Operational features of the Ellipse-4G Sector controller (SC) and RDL-6000 UEs
  • RDL 6000 base station deployment configurations using sectorized and Omni antennas
  • Introduction to QoS and QoS class indicators (QCI) for the user traffic in RDL 6000
  • Defining basic data paths from the PGW to the RDL-6000 UE
  • Managing RDL 6000 systems using HTTP, CLI (Telnet/SSH) and SNMP
  • Understanding the configuration requirements of LTE UEs
  • UE management and UE connectivity and performance monitoring
  • Configuring the FlexCore EPC to support LTE core functions for the RDL-6000 systems
  • Basic subscriber administrator tasks in FlexCore EPC
  • FlexCore management attributes
  • RDL 6000 eNB installation
  • Participants must have a working knowledge of the TCP/IP protocol suite and basic understanding and knowledge of RF and telecommunications systems
  • Each student must have a laptop with administrative rights to install and run IP networking simulation software.

Course outline

  • Overview of the 3GPP LTE system from networking and wireless transmission perspectives
  • Rudimentary functions of various building blocks of the system
  • LTE packet processing
  • QoS framework, deployment, and data rates
  • Overview of the FlexCore EPC nodes with a total focus on UE connectivity tracing and setup
  • Basic LTE network setup functions and parameters in FlexCore
  • Configuration of basic UE subscription
  • UE network connectivity check points
  • Ellipse-4G and UE basic management
  • eNB basic parameter configuration
  • Software upgrades
  • Configuration backup and restore
  • eNB-EPC connection setup
  • Ellipse-4G GUI walk-through
  • Ellipse-4G basic installation
  • Complete physical installation of the Ellipse-4G and the applicable UEs
  • eNB system installation
  • System outdoor and indoor installation components assembling
  • Antenna installation
  • GPS system installation
  • eNB installation
  • Cabling preparation and installation (Ethernet, power, GPS)
  • System and site grounding and bonding
  • Basic system connectivity check points

Required equipment for training sessions at customer sites

Not applicable

Not applicable


  • Sufficient in size to handle all participants, instructor, desks, chairs, classroom equipment. The room must have enough 110 AC (220) AC power and air conditioning to operate equipment, all students client’s PC’s and the server or radio as required.
  • This course can be done online with full hands-on at the level of this course if customer has access to their ClearView server online. Otherwise, the system web-UI shall be used for walk-through demonstration of features and functionalities by the instructor.


  • Marker board,
  • SVGA or projector and screen,

Desk and chairs

  • Desks or workstations with enough room for each student to write have open books,
  • client PC and / or,
  • keyboard and monitor
  • Internet Access
    Internet access through the server or through client PC.

Download description

RDL 6000 Overview, Operation and Configuration

Course description (PDF)

Pricing & scheduling

Please contact your Aviat local sales team for a quote or email

Course specifics

  • Duration: 2-day
  • Capacity: 10
  • Materials provided:
    • Student Handbook (e-Book)

Target audience

This course is intended for Level-1 support groups, engineers, and technicians.

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