This two-day course provides a solid grounding in principles of basic wireless system design and RF engineering. After a brief appreciation of the development of cellular technologies, it surveys the main analog and digital standards in current use, noting specific features and capacity implications. Propagation, wireless antenna systems, and traffic engineering principles are thoroughly examined. Finally, wireless system design, growth, and performance considerations are explored with each student receiving example files on disk.
Basic technical mathematics; exposure to general electronics
Who Should Attend?
Engineers, technicians and technical managers with technical backgrounds but limited wireless experience.
- Radio Propagation Basics for Wireless
- Antennas for Wireless
- Basic Principles of Traffic Engineering for Wireless
- Link Budgets and High-Level System Design
- Optional Background Material for Wireless: Basic Facts