This comprehensive and authoritative five day course builds on the concepts and principles of commercial wireless applications to an advanced level. 4th Generation technologies such as WiMAX and Long Term Evolutions are explored in detail to enable engineers to carry out design and implementation of wireless networks.
- Introduction to Earlier Technologies
- Wireless and 4g Networking 4gTechnology: An Introduction
- 4g History
- How 4g works
- 4g Applications and Services
- 4g Regulatory Issues
- 4g and Other Broadband
- Wireless Futures
- Wireless Bridge Links
- Wi-Fi Mesh Networks
- Wireless Ad Hoc networks
- Defining Wi-Fi Network Requirements
- Assessing Enterprise Wi-Fi Vendors
- Assessing Wi-Fi Network Suppliers
- Voice over Wi-Fi (Vo Wi-Fi or Wireless VoIP)
- Network Security
- Network Management Training and Support
- Site Surveys, Design and Implementation
- 5 days
- The programme can be taught at any venue suitable for the client.
Network engineers, planners, designers and installers who need to implement wireless networks. The ability to work with Microsoft Windows is useful, plus attendance of the Wireless Technology Introduction course.
Students undertaking these short courses will be provided with the knowledge and techniques to:
- Design a Project Engineering plan for network implementation
- State how Wireless can be used by mobile and roaming users, as an alternative to fixed line, dial-up and mobile communications solutions.
- Describe the organisations and laws governing the use of wireless networks.
- Utilise the fundamental concepts and operating principles of wireless in a design.
- Describe the concepts and benefits of Voice over Wireless (Wireless VoIP).
- Appreciate the product ranges and offerings of the major enterprise Wireless vendors.
- Analyse the options that organisations face when implementing wireless LANs.
- Perform professional planning, surveys, design and implementation processes for 4g networks.
- Understand and quantify the support issues and resources for Wireless for the end user.
- Calculate the costs of implementing and supporting Wireless networks for the end user.
- Incorporate fundamental security safeguards into the network design.
- Analyse the security mechanisms and countermeasures that are available for Wireless vulnerabilities.
- Understand the Wireless network auditing that is required by organisations running Wireless networks.