Microwave Systems Engineering Training

Microwave Systems Engineering Training

Introduction:

Microwave Systems Engineering Training Hands-on

This Microwave Systems Engineering Training course is intended to provide the participants with a sound understanding of Radio Transmission Systems Engineering and to allow them to understand major engineering considerations involved when planning and deploying digital microwave radio transmission networks.

At the end of this Microwave Systems Engineering Training course, you will understand the essentials of radio systems engineering and radio link planning and will be able to design and manage microwave networks such that the best network topologies are selected and paths are designed for lowest possible operations and maintenance costs. Description of the transmission network of RAN & UTRAN is given as example and basic transmission rate hierarchy is provided as well.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Microwave Systems Engineering TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 7-10 days

Course Content:

Transmission Networks
◾Short haul microwave networks
◾Long haul microwave networks

Transmission Rates Hierarchy
◾PCM basics
◾PDH network
◾SDH network
◾ATM basics

Network Topologies
◾Tandem configurations
◾Star configurations
◾Mesh configurations
◾Star-Mesh configurations
◾Mixed networks
◾Transmission networks for Cellular
◾GSM: PCM over Optical; PDH, SDH
◾GPRS: IP over Ethernet and Frame Relay
◾UMTS: Frames over ATM
◾LTE: IP based traffic, the MBPN network

Brief Introduction to Wireless Radio Communications
◾Wireless systems design challenges
◾The wireless channel
◾Propagation models
◾Large scale propagation
◾Small scale propagation
◾Rayleigh model
◾Ricean model
◾Nakagami model
◾Wireless multipath channels
◾Spatial channel models and antennas
◾Space-Frequency Diversity

Modulation Schemes
◾AM systems
◾FM systems
◾Digital Wireless systems
◾Line codes
◾ASK, FSK, PSK, MSK, QPSK, QAM modulation schemes presentation
◾Modulation techniques over fading channels

Key Radio Fundamentals
◾Equalization principles
◾Fundamental principles of channel coding
◾Error correction & error detection principles
◾Introduction to Forward Error Correction Coding (FEC)
◾Block coding
◾Convolutional coding
◾Interleaving
◾Diversity principles
◾Multiple Access Techniques
◾FDMA
◾TDMA
◾Direct sequence spread spectrum principles
◾Automatic Transmission Power Control (ATPC)
◾Errorless Vs. Hitless Receiver Switching

Transmitter Receiver Characteristics
◾System Gain
◾Dispersive Fade Margin
◾Radio Thermal Noise
◾Signal to Noise ratio S/N
◾Receiver sensitivity
◾Modulation and S/N
◾Design principles

Antenna System Considerations; Transmission Lines
◾Antenna classifications
◾Antenna types
◾Standard antennas
◾High performance antennas
◾Extra high performance antennas
◾Transmission lines basics
◾Antenna electrical characteristics (Gain, Antenna Lobes, Beam width, AntennaPolarization, VSWR)
◾Antenna system accessories (Antenna Dehydrators, Antenna Grounding, Antenna Fields)

Antenna Installations
◾Feeder cables
◾Customer library
◾Safety regulations
◾Mounting connectors
◾Sealing connectors
◾Antenna spacing and directioning requirements
◾Site Installation planning and procedures
◾Site Installation documentation
◾Earthing and lightning protection
◾Roxtec installation
◾Antenna system testing
◾Practical exercises

Microwave Propagation
◾Microwave propagations in Fading Free conditions
◾Fading Mechanisms in MW networks
◾Ground reflections
◾Radio meteorological parameters

MW Radio Planning
◾Propagation and prediction methods
◾Frequency planning and interference calculations
◾Far interference planning principles
◾Radio spectrum and channel arrangements
◾Quality over MW links

MW Links Design
◾Access and Short haul radio parts
◾Marconi LH system description
◾Case studies

Tools for Planning
◾Planning with ATPC
◾TEMS link planner tool
◾Planning examples – case studies

Passive Repeaters – Planning Considerations
◾Outdoor
◾Indoor

RF Exposure Principles
◾Outline the fundamental characteristics of a radio wave
◾Describe the exposure quantities (field strength and power density)
◾Understand dosimetric quantity Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
◾Describe the guidelines relating to electromagnetic field exposure
◾Outline the major organizations setting RF exposure limits (ICNIRP, IEEE)
◾Describe RF exposure assessment methods and standards
◾Estimate the RF exposure from an antenna
◾Describe how to achieve a safe installation
◾Transmission Network Commissioning
◾MW Network Management Principles
◾Real MW links and Vendor Technology Elements
◾Transmission MW Links for Cellular Networks
◾Capacity planning considerations
◾Case studies

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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