Price: $3,999.00
Length: 3 Days
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Spectrum Management Training Course, Frequency Planning and Spectrum Management Training Crash Course

Spectrum Management Training Course is  designed for anyone working in spectrum management  and frequency planning related fields. The training course presents a wide range of material to familiarize those new to the spectrum management and frequency planning arena with the latest tools, techniques, methods, trends and issues related to spectrum and frequency planning.

Who Should Attend

The course is designed for engineers, managers, analysts, individuals with either technical and non-technical backgrounds whose job requires a basic understanding of the frequency planning and spectrum management processes.

The course introduces national and international spectrum management frameworks, policies, practices and processes including: basic frequency planning, spectrum management concepts and terminologies along with a basic technical overview of spectrum principles and characteristics, frequency assignment processes and procedures.

Topics Covered

Frequency Planning and Spectrum Management Training course addresses the various areas of frequency planning and spectrum management based on global and national requirements.

Attendees will learn the key concepts and technologies requiring spectrum, frequency planning, , spectrum management principles applied to all wireless communications technologies including mobile and cellular, LTE, LTE-A, 5G, WiFi, SATCOM, military and government , spectrum planning, analysis, design engineering, and computer-aided techniques. In addition, the course will introduce technological and regulatory changes that affect spectrum management, such as digital broadcasting. Frequency assignment methods are emphasized and new market-place forces, such as auctions, and spectrum fees and charges will also be presented.

 

Topics Covered

  • Policy options for frequency planning spectrum management
  • Technologies utilizing frequency planning, spectrums and their roles in the development priorities
  • Efficient implementation of new technologies
  • Emerging technologies and policy options
  • Principles of Electromagnetic energy and RF
  • Electromagnetic compatibility regulations.
  • Principles of interferences, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
  • Economic importance of electromagnetic compatibility
  • Key optimization of frequency and spectrum assignment
  • Formulation and solution of frequency assignment and spectrum management

 

Primarily individuals who work as planners, radio network engineers or radio optimization engineers, or staff working on performance measurement disciplines

Agenda

INTRODUCTION TO FREQUENCY PLANNING AND SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT

  • Frequency Planning and Spectrum Management
  • Objectives of this National Spectrum Plan
  • Structure of the Global and National Spectrum Plan
  • Standardized Definitions of Terms and Services
  • Licensing Requirements Electronic Communications Services
  • Classification of Radio Frequency Spectrum
  • Key Statistical Highlights

THE FRAMEWORK FOR FREQUENCY PLANNING AND SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT

  • The Communications Act (Comms Act)
  • Electronic Communications Sector Policy (ECSP)
  • Key frameworks and models
  • Frequency spectrum utilization

 SPECTRUM PLANNING

  • Radio Spectrum
  • Policy Objectives of Spectrum Management
  • Scope of the Plan
  • Radio Spectrum Management Strategy

 SPECTRUM ALLOCATION

  • Definition of Frequency Allocation
  • Introduction to Spectrum Allocation
  • Regional Allocation
  • Frequency Allocation Table

 SPECTRUM BAND PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

  • Spectrum Band Plan
  • Policies in Spectrum Band Planning
  • New Spectrums Bands
  • Differences between Premium and Standard Spectrum
  • Related Technical Standards

 Reframing of Spectrum

  • Basics of Reframing
  • Mobile radio communications analog systems
  • More robust GSM/GPRS voice systems, enabling the boom in text messaging,
  • Latest advances in mobile broadband brought by UMTS, HSDPA, LTE, LTE-A, LTE_A Pro and 5G
  • GSM bands in 800 – 900 MHz and 1800 – 1900 MHz
  • UMTS bands are typically within the 1900/2100 MHz frequencies
  • LTE 700/1900/2100/2400 MHz in the spectrum
  • 5G GHz bands

 PRICING CONCEPTS

  • Spectrum Pricing
  • Common Methods and Strategies of Spectrum Pricing
  • Market-Based Prices vs. Administered Incentive Prices

 SPECTRUM AUTHORIZATION

  • Spectrum Licenses
  • Individual vs. Special Spectrum License
  • Class Licenses
  • Spectrum Exemptions
  • Spectrum Swapping

 CONTROL, MONITORING AND COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT

  • Interference
  • License Conditions
  • Spectrum Monitoring and Policy Enforcement
  • Inspections and Investigations
  • Equipment Seizure and other Enforcement Actions
  • Tools and Techniques

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