These courses focus on CDMA/OFDM fundamentals as well as the techniques that have been incorporated into CDMA/4G LTE/Advanced specifications.
This three day course provides comprehensive information on the 5G wireless network with a focus on physical layer and air interface technologies. The course starts with a review of cellular standards evolution and the shortcomings that 5G addresses. Next we move on to describe the modulation waveforms and also look at the issues that are introduced by working with higher GHz frequency bands. Further topics include Massive MIMO, network architecture, 5G system features, and evolutionary services. Aug 24-Aug 26, 2020: San Diego, CA: Presented by: Joe Boccuzzi
This one-hour premium tutorial webinar will provide an overview of areas 5G will address. We will begin with a discussion on the shortcomings of present day cellular systems to highlight the items needing to be addressed in 5G. Provide the overall 5G goals and pillar use cases as defined by ITU. Several deployment options will be provided and summary of the 3GPP scenarios provided. Key system parameters will be discussed and the impact of 5G to a Cloud-RAN network architecture will be highlighted.
This course focuses on antenna topics that are relevant to products targeting the 5G space. Feb 27-Feb 28, 2020: San Diego, CA: Presented by: Steven Best
The fourth generation wireless communication systems have been deployed or are soon to be deployed in many countries. However, with an explosion of wireless mobile devices and services, there are still some challenges that cannot be accommodated even by 4G, such as the spectrum crisis and high energy consumption. Wireless system designers have been facing the continuously increasing demand for high data rates and mobility required by new wireless applications and therefore have started research on fifth generation wireless systems that are expected to be deployed beyond 2020. Future challenges facing these potential technologies are the significant increase in the complexity of RF cellular handset communication systems that use massive MIMO and cognitive radio networks.
This course is intended for design, application and test engineers as well as technicians wanting to learn about the fundamentals of handset RF architectures, including aspects of the radio design covering the entire signal chain from the RF input to the A/D Digital interface. The aim is understand system design methods to dissect the different radio architectures with emphasis on the physical layer (RF) for the most advanced commercial 4G-LTE and the new MIMO-5G systems.
Understanding the evolution of wireless data transmission from 3G to 4G technologies is critical to today’s commercial component and system vendors. This comprehensive three day program covers the key technologies in a clear and concise manner.
This comprehensive communications course covers 4G/LTE systems as part of a broader outline covering modulation and coding concepts.