5G & 5G Advanced Fundamentals
By now, everyone knows about 5G.
5G technology first received attention several years ago with its claims of download speeds 100 times faster than 4G and near zero latency.
All this was predicated on the use of a higher-frequency band of the millimeter wave spectrum that allows data to be transferred much more rapidly than the lower-frequency band dedicated to 4G. In combination with millimeter waves, 5G was originally designed with the use of small antennas spaced closely together on just about every lamppost due to the weak, quirky nature of millimeter waves.
However, this original vision of 5G didn’t exactly pan out due to the extremely expensive infrastructure, zoning resistance and a global pandemic. Instead, carriers backed up and discovered other ways to incorporate 5G technology by utilizing slower but more stable frequency bands and piggybacking 5G with 4G.
The important takeaway from 5G in 2023 is that it’s still evolving as carriers explore new technologies to act as 5G conduits
To understand 5G technology and its transformative capabilities, it helps to take a step back and look at what came before 5G.
Mobile wireless communication systems have gone through several evolution stages in the past few decades after the introduction of the first generation mobile network in early 1980s.
The pattern here is that advances from 1G to 4G were pretty much built off each other. 5G on the other hand, is a completely different technology. 5G was designed to deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra-low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users.
5G, created to support a 100x increase in traffic capacity and network efficiency, is the conduit to new technologies rather than new wireless systems.
5G & 5G Advanced Fundamentals Course by Tonex
5G & 5G Advanced Fundamentals is a 2 days training course presented by Tonex. 5G is drastically evolving – from an adjunct technology to a solid communications standard that will change our sorroundings and how we communicate with each other and the things around us. In this course, Tonex will cover high level technical concepts, use cases and user experiences.
Participants also learn about 5G’s history and the important role 5G plays in the digital transformation ecosystem, which provides a faster and better connectivity to users to access various applications and services.
Pre-requisite: For this course, it is required to have basic knowledge about cellular technologies and telecom operator business. At the end of this course, participants will have a good knowledge and understanding of 5G advanced fundamentals.
Who Should Attend
Course recommended for
- Network Engineer & Architect
- Product engineer & designer
- Systems engineer
- Healthcare technician
- Mechanical/ Trouble-shooting professional
- Engineering Project management chief
- RF engineers & scientists,
- Software testing engineers, analysts,
- Engineering managers,
- Antenna technicians,
- Field measurement technicians
- Project planners
- Understand it’s history and background and cover a very high level technical concepts including use cases and and user experiences.
- Understand the important role 5G plays in the digital transformation ecosystem is provide a faster and better connectivity to the users
- Gain knowledge about the cellular technologies and telecom operator business
- Definition of 5G
- How all the cellular technologies evolve to 5G
- 5G use cases / User experience
- 5G system and configurations5G ArchitectureWorkshops/ Case-studies