Online training

Stadium Network Design

30 days to complete the course

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The Stadium Design Module provides guidelines on modeling a stadium following key performance indicators. Topics covered include frequent stadium design issues such as designing for coverage, sectorization strategies, and business case considerations. Advanced topics in stadium design include handover planning, multi-sector stadium design, installation and design constraints.

Stadium design and modeling exercises, combined with knowledge checks are included to ensure hands-on practice. Workshops include creating a head-end for multi-sector design and performing steps to sectorize and adjust the design for contiguous coverage. Learners are required to have Level 2 or equivalent skill set in Building Modeling and Capacity Planning experience in iBwave Design as a prerequisite to this course.

Course syllabus

01INTRODUCTION TO STADIUM DESIGN

  • Course Objectives
  • Course Outline
  • About iBwave

02STADIUM MODELING AND DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

  • Stadium Modeling
  • Stadium Design Methodology
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Stadium Modeling Exercise
  • Stadium Design Workshop Activity 1

03STADIUM DESIGN ISSUES

  • Designing Stadiums
  • Case Study: Design for an International Football Stadium
  • Design for Coverage
  • Interaction with Surrounding Macrocells
  • Sectorization Strategies
  • Design for Distribution System
  • Business Case Considerations
  • Stadium Design Workshop Activity 2

04STADIUM DESIGN ADVANCED TOPICS

  • Radio Measurements
  • Handover Planning
  • Multi-Sector Systems in Stadiums
  • Installation Constraints
  • Design Considerations
  • Multi-Sector Stadium Design Workshop

Online training

Stadium Network Design

30 days to complete the course

$795.00USD
Format:
Online
Language:
English
Training Includes:
  • 30-day trial license
  • 30-day access upon activation
  • 8 hour online training on Stadium Design and Modeling with iBwave Design
  • Exercises and Knowledge Checks

Student Manual not included

Prerequisite:

Level 2 or equivalent skill set (knowledge of building modeling and how to run predictions using the propagation module).

Note:

Important notice: You have up to 6 months to activate the course.

This course is included in the Level 3 certification. Please do not register if you have already completed, or currently enrolled in Level 3 certification.

Training to be completed through the Learning Center.

Frequently asked questions

If you cannot find the answer below, please use the contact form or send us an email.

How do I contact iBwave for support during the online training program?

Training support is provided from Monday to Friday, between 9AM and 5PM EST – contact Training.

Limited support for license issues and course extensions are provided on Saturday and Sunday, and Monday to Friday between 5PM and 9AM EST – contact support@ibwave.com (emails will be addressed within 24 hours)

What is the refund policy?

All iBwave online courses are non‑refundable. For any additional information regarding the terms and conditions, please read our certification courses policies.

How much time is available to access the online training?

Once activated, the online courses are available for 30 days.

Do we have access to an electronic copy of the student manual?

An online training manual is included in the Learning Center for the Small Cells and In‑Building Fundamentals course.

This online manual is available for 1 year from date of course activation.

Is iBwave Training Program accredited by BICSI?

Yes. The iBwave Training Program is recognized by BICSI for Continuing Education Credits (CECs) and accounts for the following number of credits at completion.

Courses:
Small Cells Training (Online) > 7 credits
In-Building Fundamentals (Online) > 7 credits

BICSI is the international Continuing Education association that provides information, education and knowledge assessment for individuals and companies in the ITS industry. www.bicsi.org