Course Name Introduction to Wireless Technologies



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Course Name

Introduction to Wireless Technologies

Course Number

LS 123 109



















Course Duration

2 days

Course Description

Introduction to Wireless Technologies is a comprehensive two-day course covering all the important aspects of the wireless networks, applications, and services.

Course Objectives

Upon the completion of this course, the participants will:

  • Have a comprehensive overview of wireless technologies, networks, services, applications

  • Understand wireless fundamentals

  • Understand fundamental radio communications concepts.

  • Understand mainstream wireless technologies and applications.

  • Understand cellular, TDMA/GSM, CDMA, GPRS, EDGE, CDMA2000 and the transition to 3G.

  • Form a solid knowledge base to build on.

Target Audience

This seminar is designed for technical and non-technical telecommunications professionals that must understand today’s wireless technologies including mobile and fixed wireless, 2G, 2.5 G, 3G, 4G, Internet access and e-commerce opportunities including:

  • Senior wireless service provider executives

  • Wireless business development and product managers

  • Pricing and marketing strategistsSystem integrators

  • Financial analysts

Prerequisites

None

Course Modules

  • Overview

  • Background

  • Evolution of Wireless Communications

  • Wireless Data

  • Services and Applications Technologies

  • Wireless LANs, PANs, MANs, and WANs

  • 802.11a, 802.11b (WiFi) and 802.11g

  • Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO)

  • Radio Spectrum

  • Radio 101

  • Radio and Regulation

  • Spectrum

  • Bands

  • Microwaves

  • Interference

  • Analog vs. Digital

  • Amplitude Modulation (AM)

  • Frequency Modulation (FM)

  • Phase Modulation

  • Spectrum Regulation

  • Licensing Methods

  • Wireless Infrastructure

  • Fixed vs. Mobile

  • First generation AMPS basics

  • Hand-off

  • Roaming

  • Analog to digital transition

  • 2G vs. 2.5 and 3 vs. 4G

  • Antennas and More

  • Cellular Telephony

  • Cell

  • Duplexing

  • Multiplexing

  • Voice Coding

  • Growth of Cellular

  • Standards for Cellular

  • PCS Standards

  • Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS)

  • Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD)

  • Mobitex

  • Paging

  • Private Mobile Radio

  • TERTA

  • iDEN

  • Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)

  • Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)

  • Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)

  • Personal Digital Cellular (PDC)

  • D-AMPS andD-AMPS+

  • HSCSD

  • GPRS

  • EDGE

  • cdmaOne

  • CDMA2000

  • W-CDMA/ UMTS

  • 4G

  • Inside a Mobile Network

  • The Air Link

  • BTS

  • Voice Infrastructure

  • BSC

  • MSC

  • GMSC

  • Data Infrastructure

  • Core network

  • IP

  • ATM and FR backbone

  • VoIP

  • SS7 in Wireless

  • What is SS7

  • How are Wireless Voice Calls Processed with the PSTN

  • SS7 in the Core Network

  • Wireless Data

  • 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

  • WAP and iMode

  • Messaging

  • SMS and MMS

  • Protocols

  • IP Basic: Terrestrial vs. Wireless IP

  • Potential Problems with Wireless IP (hand off, link stability, IP addresses and more)

  • IPv4 vs. IPv6

  • Limitations of Wireless Terminals (screen size, data rates, terminal power and more) and other challenges

  • Wireless an IP Multimedia

  • Java and BREW

  • WAP and iMode

  • Mobile e-Commerce

  • m-Commerce

  • Location

  • Security

  • Wireless Messaging

  • SMS: What’s Short Messaging Service and How Does it Work

  • Wireless Alternatives

  • Satellite

  • ISM Band Approaches

  • Integration with Terrestrial Instant Messaging

  • OSS/BSS

  • Wireless Billing

  • Billing Mediation



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