Course NameLength
5G and mmWave Antenna Engineering Training3 days
5G Citizens Band Radio Services (CBRS) Training2 days
5G Cybersecurity Bootcamp | 3GPP Version4 days
5G for Sales and Tech Sales/Support Training2 days
5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR)2 days
5G Security Training | 5G Wireless Security Training4 days
5G Training for Non Engineers | 5G Wireless Training for Non Engineers2 days
5G Training | 5G System Survey Training2 days
5G Wi-Fi Offload Training | LTE-U | LAA2 days
5G Wireless Crash Course4 days
5G Wireless Networks Training | The Fundamentals2 days
5G Wireless Training for Non-Engineers2 days
5G Wireless Training | 5G Technical Fundamentals3 days
C-RAN Training | Cloud-RAN Training2 days
D2D Communications Training | 5G Device to Device Communications2 days
LTE Advanced Pro Training3 days
LTE, LTE-A, and LTE-A Pro Migration to 5G Training3 days
mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training3 days
Mobile Broadband Transformation Training Bootcamp | 3GPP 5G Training4 days
Next Generation Wireless Networks Crash Course4 days
Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) Training | Future 5G Technologies3 days
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications Training | V2V Communications Training | v2v Training3 days
VoNR Training | Voice over New Radio | Voice over 5G Standalone3 days

5G Wireless Training

Industry, governments, businesses and academia are investing heavily in new 5G technology.

And little wonder considering the explosive impact the 5G broadband network will have on people, municipalities and culture itself. 5G also represents an opportunity to step back and rethink new use cases, a new core network, new air interfaces and innovative types of devices for massive broadband at much higher speeds, critical applications, public safety, V2V and IoT.

The difference between 4G and 5G is like the difference between a Chevette and a Ferrari. 5G performance and architecture is a fundamentally different technology compared to all previous networks. Because of 1 to 10 Gbits/sec bandwidth, 1ms latency and supporting a density of 100 or more devices in any given room size location, 5G is truly instant and able to download the equivalent of a whole movie in a few seconds.

5G networks operate on a range of radio spectrum bands. In addition to the traditional sub-3 Giga Hertz (GHz) bands, 5G exploits higher frequencies of radio spectrum in the millimeter wave range (roughly 20 to 300 GHz) which can provide greater bandwidth, although over shorter distances.

This is the technology that completes the IoT movement, enabling real-time functions and the critical rapid response required for connected self-driving cars, IoT sensors, smart cities and the mobile devices (rolling out now) that will drive connected things.

5G Wireless Training Courses by Tonex

Tonex helps individuals, organizations and companies learn about 5G and its possibilities. Tonex offers 20 courses with a wide array of topics from 5G fundamentals to 5G-specific classes, such as LTE Advanced Pro Training, Vehicle to Vehicle Communications Training and mmW Technology Training.

Learn how 5G introduces new radio interfaces including New RATs, frequency, channel bandwidth and modulation scheme used to communicate between a UE and a wireless base station.

Participants learn about 5G broadband technological advances and all the 5G applications that will change lives as our world becomes increasingly connected.

Learn about: Millimeter Wave (mmW), Sub 6Ghz, Sub 1 GHz, Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Massive Machine Type Communication (MTC)/ Massive IoT, Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLLC), Critical Communications and Public Safety, Autonomous Driving and Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communication, initial Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X), enhancements to support additional V2X operational scenarios, Smart Grid and Smart City, Group Communication Service Enabler (GCSE), Discovery and Device to Device (D2D) for Proximity Services and integration with 802.11ax, 802.11ay and 802.11az.

Like its slower relatives before it, 5G is a wireless technology designed to keep up with the proliferation of devices that need a mobile internet connection.

By 2020, a predicted 50 billion devices will be connected to the internet.

Engineers, students, businesses and organizations should know what’s coming and be prepared for the 5G standard as it rolls out today and evolves into the future.

Our expert trainers have been following the evolution and forecasts of 5G and have developed classes to help individuals, organizations and agencies prepare for the upcoming tech revolution.

Browse through our 5G training courses and contact us with questions or comments.

5G Wireless Training