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Wireless Design Professional

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Department of Telecommunications Network & Electronics Engineering

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Fully Online Tutoring
Globaly Recognized Award

Course Level: Certificate

Duration: 12 Weeks

Pre Requisites: Mature Entry (21years) with 3 years related work experience / 5 CXC certificates (Math and English mandatory) / certifications relevant to subject matter

Course Description

The course is specifically designed to help participants master their knowledge and skills to plan, design, implement and optimize indoor wireless and small cell networks. Learn about RF, radio waves, propagation, antennas,  modulation, coding, services, architecture, design, capacity planning, verification, interference, and various trends in building technologies including DAS, WiFi, GSM, CDMA, 3G, and LTE-Advanced. Participants will also be able to demonstrate an understanding of the design and implementation of indoor wireless technologies, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), and small cell technologies. Discover methods and tools for indoor wireless planning, design, implementation, deployment, and optimizations of indoor wireless and small cell networks.

Course Outline

  • Indoor wireless System  Overview
  • Indoor wireless System Planning and Design   
  • Designing an indoor wireless project
  • Indoor wireless Site Survey
  • DAS and Small Cell Technology
  • Testing, optimization, and final acceptance
  • Designing an Indoor Wireless System with PCS/Cellular/LTE and Public Safety Coverage Extension
  • In-Building Wireless, DAS and Small Cell System Design Case 

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Advanced Solutions Technical Institute

#38 El Socorro Main Road, San Juan,
Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies
Tel: 1(868)-610-7500 | 1(868)-778-2135 | 1(868)-485-1835

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