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5G Wireless Networks Training

5G has been described as a technological tsunami.

Although currently 5G is more like an aggressive wave as carriers build-out their 5G network infrastructures, which could take several more years.

Despite not quite taking the world by storm just yet, individuals, companies, industries and agencies should be mindful of what’s on the way.

5G has been designed to meet the very large growth in data and connectivity of today’s modern society, the internet of things with billions of connected devices, and tomorrow’s innovations.

There are many moving parts to new 5G wireless networks – none more important than small cell technology.

Small cells are key to the functionality of 5G networks because they provide the increased data capacity that 5G demands. They help providers reduce costs by eliminating expensive rooftop systems and installation costs. Users can expect improved performance and battery life of mobile handsets since less power is required to transmit data to something nearby.

Small cells are also important to the workability of 5G in the millimeter wave spectrum, which is where 5G architecture gets its super-fast speeds. But at these mmWave frequencies, signals have trouble getting through walls. Small cell towers spaced 20 to 25 per square mile are needed to help millimeter waves connect between devices.

Also key is massive MIMO (Massive multiple-input, multiple-output), a core component of the super-fast 5G networks. This is technically an extension of MIMO, which essentially groups together antennas at the transmitter and receiver to provide better throughput and better spectrum efficiency. This method’s ability to multiply the capacity of the antenna links has made it an essential element of wireless standards including 802.11n (Wi-Fi), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi), HSPA+, WiMAX and LTE.

Driven by the emergence of new compute-intensive applications and the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT), the emerging 5G network will face unprecedented increases in traffic volume and computation demands. However, end users mostly have limited storage capacities and finite processing capabilities, thus how to run compute-intensive applications on resource-constrained users is a natural concern.

This is where the concept of multi access edge computing (MEC) comes in. MEC can optimize mobile resources by hosting compute-intensive applications, process large data before sending to the cloud, provide the cloud computing capabilities within the radio access network (RAN) in close proximity to mobile users, and offer context-aware services with the help of RAN information.

5G Wireless Networks Training Course by Tonex

5G Wireless Networks Training covers the fundamentals of the 5G mobile communication system, standardized by 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), ITU-T and others bodies.

Tonex has developed comprehensive 5G Wireless Training Programs to satisfy the
competence needs of professionals exploring new 5G technology fundamentals with expertise required for analyzing, creating, engineering and operating 5G wireless networks.

Learn the fundamentals of the 5G mobile services, features, network architecture, radio interface, core, and the evolution of 4G telecommunication and LTE-Advanced pro to 5G.

Why Choose Tonex?

For nearly three decades Tonex has been offering contemporary, cutting edge courses in technology and business led by world class instructors with both expertise in their field as well as real world experience.

We’re also different because we realize that no one course is a best fit for every company, agency or organization. That’s why we are happy to tailor our courses to your specific needs. Just let us know how we can help you.

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5G Wireless Networks Training

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