Spectrum Fundamentals (ILC)
$60000
FND107-ILC
Instructor Led Classroom
Beginner
2 hours
Wireless 101 (recommended)
English
Discounts:
31-40 seats in an Instructor-Led Classroom course
5G Outlook (ILC), 5G Outlook and Technology (ILC), 5G Technologies (ILC), In-building Project Management (ILC), In-building RF DAS Components and Subsystems (ILC), In-building RF Technical Concepts (ILC), Wi-Fi Integration (ILC), Edge Computing (ILC), DAS & Small Cell Basics (ILC), Macro Site Fundamentals (ILC), Fundamentals of Wireless Site Safety (ILC), Spectrum Fundamentals (ILC), Line Sweeping and PIM Testing (ILC), Outdoor DAS & Small Cell Implementation (ILC), The Evolving In-building Wireless Ecosystem Overview (ILC), Site Survey for In-building Wireless Deployments (ILC), Wireless Site Development (ILC), Fiber for the Wireless Infrastructure (ILC), Wireless 101 (ILC), Understanding In-Building Cellular Solution Alternatives (ILC)
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31-40 seats in an Instructor-Led Classroom course -15%
21-30 learners in an Instructor-Led Classroom course
5G Outlook (ILC), 5G Outlook and Technology (ILC), 5G Technologies (ILC), In-building Project Management (ILC), In-building RF DAS Components and Subsystems (ILC), In-building RF Technical Concepts (ILC), Wi-Fi Integration (ILC), Edge Computing (ILC), DAS & Small Cell Basics (ILC), Macro Site Fundamentals (ILC), Fundamentals of Wireless Site Safety (ILC), Spectrum Fundamentals (ILC), Line Sweeping and PIM Testing (ILC), Outdoor DAS & Small Cell Implementation (ILC), The Evolving In-building Wireless Ecosystem Overview (ILC), Site Survey for In-building Wireless Deployments (ILC), Wireless Site Development (ILC), Fiber for the Wireless Infrastructure (ILC), Wireless 101 (ILC), Understanding In-Building Cellular Solution Alternatives (ILC)
You should have "21" to "30" items in your cart
21-30 learners in an Instructor-Led Classroom course -10%

Frequency bands and spectrum are at the center of the mobile broadband ecosystem. “Spectrum scarcity” is a known issue and yet it is often misunderstood. This course will provide an overview of key aspects of spectrum bands, auctions and allocation, coverage vs capacity, propagation, and future-readiness.

Distinct types of spectrum bands (low-band, mid-band, and mmWave) and recent spectrum auctions (CBRS, C-band, mmWave for 5G) are summarized. The course also helps understand how the selection of frequency bands affects the design of multiband cell sites (Macro and Indoors). Other topics include overview of unlicensed bands for Wi-Fi and future bands for 6G.


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    • 10% discount: 21-30 learners
    • 15% discount: 31-40 learners
  • If you wish to purchase the course for more than 40 learners, please contact us at tec@wia.org for custom pricing.
  • After completing the purchase, you will be able to enroll your learners in the online component of this course, which includes course handouts, the course assessment (to be taken after the course is complete), a course evaluation, and a certificate of completion.


Intended Audiences

  • All telecommunication job types


Key Takeaways

  • What is Spectrum? Why is it important?
  • Types of Frequency Bands: Low-band, Mid-band, mmWave Bands
  • Coverage and Capacity; Bands currently in use for 4G and 5G
  • Licensed Vs Unlicensed Spectrum
  • History of Spectrum Auctions: Role of ITU, FCC, and NTIA - Recent Developments
  • CBRS band, C-band, mmWave Bands
  • Future bands for 6G


Course Includes

  • In-person delivery of the 2-hour course 
  • 365 days access to the online course component, comprising:
    • A student handout enabling learners to follow along with the live course and take notes 
    • An online summative assessment
    • A Certificate of Completion for learners who pass the assessment with a score of 80% or higher and complete the course evaluation