Course NameLength
5G and mmWave Antenna Engineering Training3 days
5G Citizens Band Radio Services (CBRS) Training2 days
5G Cybersecurity Training Bootcamp | 3GPP Version4 days
5G For Federal Government | 5G Training For Federal Agencies2 days
5G for Sales and Tech Sales Support Training2 days
5G Location-Based Services Training | 5G Geo-Information Engineering2 days
5G Network Essentials2 days
5G NR Training | 5G New Radio (NR)2 days
5G Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Training3 days
5G Positioning and Location Services2 days
5G RF Engineering Training Bootcamp3 days
5G Security Training | 5G Wireless Security Training4 days
5G Training Bootcamp5 days
5G Training Course Online, Onsite and Live Online2 days
5G Training for Non Engineers | 5G Wireless Training for Non Engineers2 days
5G Training | 5G System Survey Training2 days
5G Training | Federal and Defense 5G Applications Training1 day
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
Fundamentals of 5G and 5G Security Training2 days
Fundamentals of 5G For Managers2 days
Fundamentals of 5G Network Slicing2 days
Fundamentals of Edge Computing2 days
Introduction to 5G for Engineers and Technical Audience2 days
Introduction to IoT | IoT and 5G Training2 days
LTE Advanced Pro Training3 days
LTE, LTE-A, and LTE-A Pro Migration to 5G Training3 days
mmW Technology Training | 5G 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
Overview of Mobile Technologies for Business Professionals | 4G LTE and 5G2 days
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications Training | V2V Communications Training | v2v Training3 days
VoNR Training | Voice over New Radio | Voice over 5G Standalone3 days
“How to Sell and Monetize” 5G Products and Services3 days

5G Wireless Training

5G is commonly associated with ultra-fast speeds, but in reality 5G is important as a foundational tech.

What that means is when carriers switch to standalone (SA) 5G later this year or next, this advanced network architecture will lay the foundation for exciting new technologies such as self-driving cars, virtual and augmented reality and telemedicine services such as remote surgery.

It will also supercharge the Internet of Things (IoT) and connect everything from your smartphone and coffee maker to security video and agricultural equipment.

While having networking speeds 10 to 100 times faster than a common cellular connection will be nice, the key to 5G unlocking the tech door to other venues is something called latency – standalone 5G will have practically none.

Latency is the response time between when you click on a link or start streaming a video on your phone, which sends the request up to the network, and when the network responds, delivering you the website or playing your video.

That lag time can last around 20 milliseconds with current networks. It doesn’t seem like much, but with 5G, that latency gets reduced to as little as 1 millisecond, or about the time it takes for a flash on a normal camera.

Unquestionably, 5G small cells are the backbone of 5G networks. Small cells are low-powered radio access points that connect mobile devices to mobile networks over a small area. They typically reuse frequencies on an extremely dense basis to take full advantage of available spectrum.

The Role of Small Cells

In 5G deployments, small cells play a significant role to provide high-speed mobile broadband and other low latency applications efficiently. Small cells are further divided into categories such as Microcell, Metrocell, Picocell, and Femtocell based on the coverage area and a number of users it can support. The end-users of the small cell include telecom operators, residential and enterprises.

Currently, existing small cells are installed primarily on new or existing light, traffic, and utility poles. This allows city planners to ensure that new small cell infrastructure blends more easily into its urban environment.

It’s been estimated that the U.S. needs 800,000 small cells (25 per square mile) to make standalone (SA) 5G a reality.

International Data Corporation (IDC) expects over 2 million by 2021 – which is more or less right on schedule with the expected launch of standalone 5G by the end of 2020 or beginning of 2021.

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.

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.

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