The [SP6550] In-building Wireless Fundamentals course is now available.
This course is designed to help students understand the main infrastructure challenges surrounding RF Wireless networks indoors, and also provides detailed information to assist with equipment selection, infrastructure design and deployment.
The course also discusses the IBW and Wi-Fi solutions available, and provides insight into indoor RF design, project planning and deployment procedures for In-Building Wireless and Wi-Fi. Key terminology used in Cellular wireless networks and the technical fundamentals needed to consider a project design and implementation also considered in SP6550.
Some top level course objective are to help students to:
Key topics covered include: Fundamentals of RF Communications,
Transmission Theory, Component matching, Signal to Noise Ratio, Standards relevant to Cellular Communications, Antenna Types, Indoor RF planning, Wiring for Wireless, RF System design and commissioning – and much more.
A full list of objectives and key topics are outlined on the SP6550 course page.
This course is designed for anyone involved in indoor RF Wireless communication networks, specification, termination, cabling and antennas. Essentially if you need to understand the principles of in-building Wireless Fundamentals, this course is for you.
Total estimated study time for this course is 6.5 hours.
You can find out more or book your place on this course here.