Metropolitan WiFi Training

Metropolitan WiFi Training

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Introduction:

Metropolitan WiFi Training Course with Hands-on Exercises (Online, Onsite and Classroom Live)

WiFi networks, from small hotspots to large metropolitan systems, are becoming increasingly common in technically advanced and developing countries alike. The technology is extremely adaptable in terms of capacity and application and is often lowest cost solution to providing broadband services. For anyone involved with telecommunication and information technology, understanding this technology is a fundamental requirement.

In this Metropolitan WiFi Training course, you will learn the techniques required to design wireless wide-area networks for optimal coverage, capacity, and quality of service for the subscribers’ applications. We will begin by discussing how the determination of coverage and capacity requirements begins with understanding when, where, how, and why your subscribers will use the network. This will be followed by a comprehensive discussion of the network design methodologies. We will conclude with a discussion of the tools and techniques for managing the network and maintaining a high-quality subscriber experience.

Duration: 4 days

RESOURCES:

  • Metropolitan WiFi Training Guide by David D. Coleman David A. Westcott – Paperback/Amazon
  • Metropolitan WiFi Training Guide by Certitrek Publishing and Tom Carpenter – Paperback/Amazon
  • Metropolitan WiFi Training Guide by Tom Carpenter, Robert Bartz, et al – Paperback/Kindle/Amazon
  • WiFi Training In Depth Guide by Tony Gaitatzis, Linda Manning, et al. – Kindle/Amazon
  • WiFi Training In Depth Guide by Tom Carpenter – Kindle/Amazon
  • WiFi Training for Non-Engineers by Tom Carpenter, Manon Lessard, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • WiFi Training In Depth Guide by Tom Carpenter, Robert Bartz, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • Wi-Fi Training In Depth Guide by Tom Carpenter, Fehmi Sakkal, et al. – Hardcover/Amazon
  • Wi-Fi Training In Depth Guide by Matthew S. Gast – Hardcover/Amazon
  • WiFi Training for Non-Engineers Guide by Tom Carpenter and Mitch Dickey – Hardcover/Amazon

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Customize It:

  • We can customize this course to the backgrounds and needs of your audience at little to no added expense. We can tailor the topics covered and the “tech level” of this course to suit the needs of varied audiences such as WiFi network designer and technicians, equipment or application designers, business managers, or marketing/sales personnel.

Audience/Target Group:

  • Those with some prior experience in the design of WiFI systems who need an advanced course on the design and deployment of metropolitan WiFi networks.

Metropolitan WiFi Training – Prerequisites:

  • Some prior exposure to wireless in general and WiFi in particular will be helpful.

Metropolitan WiFi Training – Objectives:

After completing this Metropolitan WiFi Network Design and Deployment Training course, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the key application factors that impact capacity requirements
  • Use engineering techniques to design for optimum RF coverage
  • Use engineering techniques for system capacity planning
  • Perform WiFi channel planning and interference mitigation
  • Understand mesh technology and mesh network performance
  • Design point-to-point links
  • Conduct site surveys for best engineering practices

Metropolitan WiFi  Training – Course Outlines:

Introduction

    • Key RF Spectrum Basics:  Licensed and License-Free
    • Review of Important RF Concepts
      • Bandwidth, Data Rate, and Traffic Load
      • LOS and N-LOS
      • TDD and FDD
    • Wireless Network Topology Review

Subscriber Applications

    • Real-time Applications
      • Internet Access
      • VoIP
      • Gaming (Interactive)
      • Video Surveillance Systems
      • Video Conferencing Systems
    • Best Effort Applications
      • Email, Data and FTP service
      • Music and Video Download Service
    • QoS/SLA Requirements Impact

Network Capacity Planning

    • Calculating Application Traffic Loads
      • Spread Sheets Workshop
    • Back haul Design/Sizing
      • WiMAX
    • Service Performance Measurements
      • Throughput
      • Latency and Jitter
      • Packet Loss

Channel Planning

    • Licensed Systems
    • License-free Systems
    • Cellular Network Model

Interference Mitigation

    • Licensed System Advantages
    • Spread Spectrum Basics
    • Antenna Pattern and Alignment
    • Self-interference (Co-channel)
    • Foreign Interferer
      • Frequency Coordination

RF Coverage Planning

    • What Is the Required Service Area
    • Point-to-Multipoint
      • Terrain Databases
    • Point-to-Point
      • Terrain Survey
      • On-line Tool
    • Link Budget Analysis
      • Spread Sheets Workshop

Indoor System Design

    • Unique Issues
    • Design Tools

Site Survey Techniques and Tools

    • GPS, etc.
    • Spectrum Analysis
    • Documentation

Mesh Technology

    • Why Mesh Is Important
      • Self-forming
      • Self-healing
    • How Mesh Works
      • Bridging
      • Repeating
      • Routing
      • Algorithms
    • Single Radio/Multiple Radio
      • The Technical Differences
      • Which Mesh Do You Need
      • Integrated and Non-integrated Solutions
    • Pros and Cons
    • Mesh Vendor Comparisons
      • Ecosystem
    • A Real Network Deployment Example

Wrap-up

    • Questions and Review

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