|5G and mmWave Antenna Engineering Training||3 days|
|Fundamentals of Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Technology||2 days|
|mmWave Training | mmWave Design Training Course||3 days|
mmWave training courses by Tonex cover the extremely valuable technology used for many applications operating in the spectrum between 30GHz and 300GHz.
mmWave or Millimeter Wave techniques used in 5G, military and aerospace, Phased Arrays, and other commercial applications such as WiFi and point-to-point wireless solutions and sensing technology to detect objects, ranging, velocity etc.
mmWave training courses covers many technologies involved in the mmWave frequencies depending on their wavelengths, range from 30 to 300 GHz, Third Generation Partnership Program (3GPP) working on 5G network solutions typically refer to the mmWave frequency range as starting at about 24 GHz: extremely high frequency’ means extremely fast 5G speeds.
Millimeter wave spectrum wedged between microwave and infrared waves, can be used for high-speed wireless communications as seen with the latest 802.11ad/802.11ay/802..1aj Wi-Fi standard (operating at 60 GHz).
mmWave training courses will cover why the bandwidth-hungry applications of tomorrow will rely on a spectrum ‘superhighway. mm wave frequencies are being utilized today for applications such as streaming high-resolution video indoors
4G LTE technology currently uses lower frequency spectrum, generally below 1 gigahertz (GHz), to deliver data at great speed. 5G network will be based on higher frequencies specifically the 28 and 39GHz frequencies part of the millimeter wave spectrum to carry massive amounts of data at very high speeds and with very little latency, or lag: makes them ideal for accommodating a massive increase in data demands from mobile-first users, IoT sensors, smart homes, AR/VR devices, cloud gaming systems, medical applications, self-driving vehicles, and other cloud-connected devices.
The ITU released a list of proposed globally viable frequencies between 24 GHz and 86 GHz after the most recent World Radiocommunications Conferenc (ITU-R):
- 25–27.5 GHz 31.8–33.4 GHz
- 37–40.5 GHz 40.5–42.5 GHz
- 5–50.2 GHz 50.4–52.6 GHz
- 66–76 GHz 81–86 GHz