This 1 day course is for the non-technical professional with little or no wireless experience who needs to learn the operational basics of wireless voice and data services and more specifically the features and advantages of cdma2000 & 1xEV-DO.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides the student with the basic fundamentals of wireless and digital cellular services. It provides the student an understanding of the many nuances of CDMA technology and it's evolutionary improvements found in cdma2000 and 1xEV-DO. The class presents the basic concepts of analog and digital communications followed by discussions of mobile telephony. The course compares and contrasts the three primary multiplex cellular systems (FDMA, TDMA, CDMA) as it covers the evolution of cellular architecture and equipment from first generation through third generation systems (3G). The second half of the course emphasizes CDMA2000 advantages such as changes in power control, handoff improvements, support for global roaming, mobile IP and position location.


List the parts of a voice only mobile system and describe their functions
List the parts of a hybrid data/voice mobile system and describe their functions
Classify a typical signal as to type (analog versus digital) and record the advantages or disadvantages of each signal used in a communication system
Identify the three primary cellular (FDMA, TDMA, & CDMA) systems and explain their differences
Describe CDMA cellular system attributes:
  Universal frequency reuse
  Soft hand-offs
  Power control
  Forward and reverse links
  Spreading codes
  Voice coding
Describe the important improvements of cdma2000
Describe voice and data call flows
Discuss cdma2000 Evolution 1xEV-DO
Compare cdma2000 and UMTS (WCDMA)

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