Course Number: 502
Length: 2 Days
Wireless Fundamentals Training Course
Wireless networking has become one of the fastest growing segments within the computer industry.
Wireless signals are important because they can transfer information such as audio, video, data and our voices and data without the use of wires. Wireless signals are electromagnetic waves travelling through the air. These are formed when electric energy travels through a piece of metal (for example a wire or antenna) and waves are formed around that piece of metal. These waves can travel some distance depending on the strength of that energy.
The types of wireless technologies are numerous and include:
- AM and FM radio
- Two-way radio
- Satellite signals
- Cellular phones
Wireless communication provides an exchange of data without any conductor through RF and radio signals. The information is transmitted across devices over just a few feet to hundreds of miles through well-defined channels.
In wireless engineering different electromagnetic signals are used depending on their wavelength and frequency. For example, radio frequency (RF) is a type of electromagnetic transmission used in wireless communication. These signals are easily generated ranging from 3kHz to 300GHz. RF signals are popular for wireless communication because of their ability to travel long distances and penetrate through objects.
Although sometimes overlooked in wireless training fundamentals, antennas are key elements.
An antenna is a device that radiates radio waves when supplied with electric power, and/or a device that converts radio waves into electric power. One of the simplest antennas is called a “half-wave dipole,” is ½ wavelength long, and is constructed of two halves, each of which is ¼ wavelength long. Each of the two halves is fed by a separate conductor in the feedline.
While most are familiar with home routers for Wi-Fi or even small cells for 5G networking, not everyone realizes how far reaching wireless technology has become.
Like in space.
The process of wireless technology for satellite communication begins at an earth station. Here an installation is designed to transmit and receive signals from a satellite in orbit around the earth. Earth stations send information to satellites in the form of high powered, high frequency (GHz range) signals.
The satellites receive and retransmit the signals back to earth where they are received by other earth stations in the coverage area of the satellite. Satellite’s footprint is the area which receives a signal of useful strength from the satellite.
Wireless Fundamentals Training Course by Tonex
Wireless Fundamentals is an introduction to Wireless technology for engineers and non-engineers.
Wireless fundamentals is a comprehensive two-day course covering all the important aspects of the wireless networks, applications and services.
Learn about wireless services, applications, network, evolution of wireless communications, and wireless LANs, PANs, MANs and WANs.
Also learn about technologies spectrum, regulation, modulation and safety.
Let Tonex clarify and explain the complex nature of wireless systems and standards.
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Overview of Wireless
- Evolution of Wireless Communications
- Wireless Data
- Services and Applications Technologies
- Wireless LANs, PANs, MANs and WANs
- Radio 101
- Radio and Regulation
Analog vs. Digital
- Amplitude Modulation (AM)
- Frequency Modulation (FM)
- Phase Modulation (PM)
- Digital Modulation
- Spectrum Regulation
- Licensing Methods
- Fixed vs. Mobile
- First generation AMPS Basics
- Analog to Digital Transition
- 2G vs. 2.5, 3G vs. 4G and 5G
- Antennas and More
- Voice Coding
- Growth of Cellular
- Standards for Cellular
- Bluetooth and Zigbee
- Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)
- W-CDMA/ UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+
- LTE and LTE Advance
- 5G, 5G NR
Inside a Mobile Network
- The Air Link
- BTS/eNB and gNB
- Voice Infrastructure
- Data Infrastructure
- LTE EPC
- IP/IMS and VoIP
- 5G Core
- 5G SBA
- Mobile Data Service
- Satellite Communications
- Mobile Communications via Geostationary Satellites
- Low-Earth Orbit (LEO), MEO and GEO Satellites
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
- Wireless Data Applications
- Wireless Billing
- Billing Mediation
- Revenue Assurance
- Fraud and Hacking
Wireless Fundamentals Training Course
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for technical and non-technical professionals
Upon the completion of this course, the participants will:
- Have a comprehensive overview of wireless technologies, networks, services and applications
- Learn the fundamental radio communications concepts
- Learn the wireless networking fundamentals
- Learn the mainstream wireless technologies and applications including Wireless PANs, LANs, MANs and WANs
- Learn the cellular network architecture and components including GSM/EGPRS, CDMA/CDMA2000, UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+, 4G (LTE) and 5G/5G NR/%G NSA/SA
- Understand concepts behind LTE, LTE Advance and 5G NR
- Understand Microwave, SATCOM and VSAT