Telecom Training / Cellular
Product Description
 
“Wireless Communication Principles”


Course Code

C40154

Description

Wireless communications are the most exciting subject in modern digital communications since it involves many different subjects from science. Its contributions to telecomm networks is of high advantage since the end user interface (radio access network)  is wireless in nature providing thus the ability of mobility to the users. However regardless its advantages to networking it has many difficulties when planning a new network due to its physical constraints that in imposes, resulting in general into hardware complicated systems.

The material contains an overview of wireless communications theory, practice and wireless communication networks overview. It covers materials like channel models, fading, modulation techniques, error correction-detection and diversity principles. Moreover a quick overview of the nowadays existing wireless networks is provided, as overview knowledge to the audience, describing the architecture, functionality and node descriptions.        

 

Learning objectives

On completion of this course the participants will be able to:

 

  • Brief introduction to Wireless Radio Communications
  • Wireless systems design challenges
  • The wireless channel

-          Propagation models

-          Large scale propagation

-          Small scale propagation

-          Rayleigh model

-          Ricean model

-          Nakagami model

  • Wireless multipath channels
  • Spatial channel models and Antennas
  • Analogue wireless communications

-          AM systems

-          FM systems

  • Digital Wireless systems

-          Line codes

-          ASK, FSK, PSK, MSK, QPSK, QAM modulation schemes presentation

-          Modulation techniques over fading channels

  • Equalization principles
  • Fundamental principles to channel coding

-          Error correction & Error detection principles

-          Introduction to Forward Error Correction Coding (FEC)

-          Block coding

-          Convolutional coding

  • Diversity principles
  • Multiple Access Techniques

-          FDMA

-          TDMA

-          SDMA

-          Direct sequence spread spectrum principles

-          CDMA access technique

  • Wireless networks

-          GSM/GPRS Network

-          IMT-2000 (including CDMA-2000 & UMTS)

-          IEEE 802.11 standard

-          Bluetooth

 

Target audience

The target audience for this course is:

Radio Engineer, Service Engineer, Service Design Engineer, Network Design Engineer

 

Prerequisites

The participants should have a general knowledge in cellular systems and wireless/radio technology

Duration and class size

The recommended length of the course is 4-5 days, depending on customer request and background.

The maximum number of participants is 16

Learning situation

This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment.

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