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Length: 2 Days
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802.11af Training

802.11af training course covers TV White Space (TVWS), new PHY and MAC considerations, Software Defined Radio (SDR),Cognitive Radio (CR) technology, Geographic Sensing, and coexistence between heterogeneous systems.

IEEE 802.11af or White-Fi and Super Wi-Fi training course covers wireless local area network (WLAN) operation in TV white space spectrum in the VHF and UHF bands between 54 and 790 MHz.

Learn about 802.11af Physical layer, MAC layer, multiplexing (OFDM) scheme, Space–time block code (STBC), multi-user (MU-MIMO) operation, Data rates, Theoretical throughput for single Spatial Stream, supported MCS, Spectrum regulation and Comparison with other 802.11 standards such as 802.11ax , 802.11az, 802.11ay, 802.11ac and 802.11ah.

802.11af AKA White-fi is a 802.11/Wi-Fi technology within the TV unused spectrum, or TV white space. IEEE 802.11af uses TV white space and the overall system must not cause interference to the primary users.

Course Outline

  • Space between the coverage area of different transmitters using the same channels
  • Reasons for  poor spectrum use efficiency
  • Benefits of IEEE 802.11af, White-Fi
  • 802.11af Propagation characteristics
  • Systems operating the TV white spaces
  • Frequencies below 1 GHz
  • Components of IEEE 802.11af Architecture
  • Very high throughput (VHT) STA
  • Television very high throughput (TVHT) STA
  • Operation under geolocation database (GDB) control
  • Layer management
  • TVWS functions
  • TVHT MAC features
  • TVHT PHY features
  • Country information and operating classes
  • Band specific operating requirements
  • TVWS band in the United States and Canada (54 MHz to 698 MHz)
  • TVWS band in Europe
  • MLME SAP Interface
  • PHY service specification
  • Frame formats
  • MAC frame formats
  • Format of individual frame types
  • Management frames
  • Beacon frame format
  • Probe Request frame format
  • Probe Response frame format
  • Management frame body components
  • Action frame format details
  • MAC sublayer functional description
  • MAC architecture
  • Multirate support
  • HCF
  • Extensible TLV parsing
  • MLME
  • Radio measurement procedures
  • Television Very High Throughput (TVHT) PHY specification
  • TVHT PHY functions
  • PHY management entity (PLME)
  • TVHT PHY service interface
  • Modulation and coding scheme (MCS)
    MAC protocol capabilities
  • Spectrum management extensions
  • QoS base functionality

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