20 October 2021
Course Title: Wireless Access Technologies
Dates: 14th – 18th December 2015
Duration: 5 Days
Venue: Dar es salaam, Tanzania
Tuition Fees: US$1,200 per participant from AFRALTI member states and
US$1,440 per participant from Non-AFRALTI Member States
Technical personnel work with mobile and Internet service providers and IT professionals working in the field.
The applicant must have a minimum of diploma in Telecommunication or its equivalent or at least five years experience in IT industry.
The participant will learn how mobile technology can be used for wireless access and in particular the LTE and 4G technologies.
The will be classroom presentations by power points and lab practical. Learning will also be carried out through group discussions and case studies. The carrier aggregation, MIMO/Multi antenna solutions and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing will be considered as the enabling technologies. The course will also cover the use of IP platform for multimedia subsystems, WIMAX, LANS and PANS as access technologies.
The students will learn how to select appropriate technology, design, carry out frequency planning and deploy wireless broadband access system. In addition the course will cover use of Broadband access for Internet, mobile backhauls, coexistence with fibre and trunked radio systems.
After the course participants will be able to;
- Understand use of mobile technology for wireless access.
- Understand use of IEEE 802.2 and IEEE 802.11 standards for wireless access
- Design and plan for wireless access
- Deploy a broadband wireless access network