iBwave in-building wireless training courses
The iBwave training program offers courses on in-building network design related topics.
In-Building Network Fundamentals
The following training will take you through the indoor design strategy, planning and network deployment process. You will learn about radio waves, propagation, network architecture, and the latest in-building technologies being used, such as DAS and LTE. This training course is covering all the essentials of the wireless indoor network field.
iBwave Mobile Planner with Small Cells
Create projects, complete with floor plans and equipment layouts, directly from the field. Evaluate the coverage and performance of your small cell network using propagation maps for expected RSRP, RSCP, RSSI, throughput and handoff. Analyze your small cell Wi-Fi coverage using Wi-Fi survey interpolation maps and SSID/Channel filters. Document your site surveys with pictures, annotations and markups and produce “As-Built” documentation.
Network Capacity Planning
This training provides background theory on capacity definitions and requirements. It also covers grade of service, quality of service, service types, subscriber mix, and capacity limits. It includes a chapter on how to design for specific user profiles in iBwave Design and run maps to validate the capacity requirements. Workshops and webinars on capacity are included for extra learning material.
Stadium Network Design
This particular training 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.
Interactive learning to facilitate best practices
for in-building wireless network planning and design.
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