Training Bundle:
Capacity Planning & Stadium Design Courses


Capacity planning in iBwave Design
Capacity planning in iBwave Design
Capacity planning in iBwave Design
Capacity planning in iBwave Design
Capacity planning: workshop
Capacity planning: usage profile settings
Stadium design: design considerations and multi-sector workshop
Stadium design: requirements workshop
Stadium design: modeling exercise
Stadium design: wireframe representation of floors
Stadium design: modeling and design requirements
Stadium design: modeling - roofs


$ 1,100 USD / € 960 EUR

SAVE 15% (A value of $1,290 USD / €1,130 EUR)
Capacity Planning includes:
  • 3 hour Online Training on Capacity Planning and Analysis with iBwave Design
  • Training bundle includes Webinars on:
    • HetNet Capacity Planning
    • How to Design High Capacity Wi-Fi Networks
    • Wi-Fi Capacity Planning Demonstrations in English, Portuguese and Spanish
Stadium Design includes:
  • 8 hour online training on Stadium Design and Modeling with iBwave Design
  • Exercises and Knowledge Checks
Both courses include:
  • 30 day trial license
  • 30 day access upon activation

Note: 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.

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Capacity Planning

Capacity Planning Theory
  • Capacity Background
  • Grade of Service / Quality of Service
  • User Profiles
  • Capacity Limits
  • Sample Capacity Calculations
    • GSM
    • LTE
Capacity Planning in iBwave Design Enterprise
  • Capacity Planning Process
  • Capacity Definition (Template)
    • Market Share (Cellular and Wi‑Fi Technologies)
    • Usage Profile
    • Subscriber Service
  • Capacity Requirements (Project‑specific)
    • Requirements
    • Sector Limits
    • Capacity Zones
  • Creating Capacity Maps
  • Probe Analysis for Cellular and Wi‑Fi Systems
  • Capacity Planning Exercises for Office Environments
Workshop - Capacity Planning for Stadium Environments
  • Set Capacity Criteria Based on Given Assumptions
  • Set Number of Spectators, Usage Profiles and Subscriber Settings
  • Determine Data Rate (Throughput for Cellular)
  • Use Capacity Maps for Analysis and Design Validation
  • Modify Network Design to Provide Adequate Capacity
Capacity Webinars
  • HetNet Capacity Planning Demo
  • How to Design High Capacity Wi‑Fi Networks
  • iBwave Wi‑Fi® Capacity Planning Demo
  • iBwave Wi‑Fi® Capacity Planning Demo - Portuguese Version
  • iBwave Wi‑Fi® Capacity Planning Demo - Spanish Version


Stadium Design

Introduction to Stadium Design
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Outline
  • About iBwave
Stadium Modeling and Design Requirements
  • Stadium Modeling
  • Stadium Design Methodology
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  • Stadium Modeling Exercise
  • Stadium Design Workshop Activity 1
Stadium 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
Stadium Design Advanced Topics
  • Radio Measurements
  • Handover Planning
  • Multi‑Sector Systems in Stadiums
  • Installation Constraints
  • Design Considerations
  • Multi‑Sector Stadium Design Workshop
Knowledge check questions will be provided throughout the course.
Hardware Requirements
  • Processor: > 2.0 GHz
  • Operating System: Windows XP, WindowsVista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
  • Plugins: Adobe Flash Player 7.0+ (9 preferred)
  • Memory: 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM
  • Hard Disk: 150 MB
  • Display: 1024 x 768, 24 bits
  • Sound Card
Software Requirements
  • Browser: Firefox, MSIE 6.0+, Chrome or Safari
  • Plugins: Adobe Flash Player 7.0+ (9 preferred)
  • Latest software trial license for training purposes 1
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
  • Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8
  • Allow pop-ups for your URLs
  • Allow JavaScript
  • 1Mb/sec or faster connection to the internet - most internet connections are adequate for our Learning Center products, though we recommend a high‑speed broadband connection
  • If possible, add LMS URL to your companies white list and/or add the website to your trusted websites if you're using Internet Explorer
1 A trial version of the software can be obtained for the duration of the training by contacting