This 1 day course is for the non-technical professional with limited wireless experience who needs to learn the operational basics of wireless voice and data services and more specifically the features and advantages of WCDMA and HSDPA Systems.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides the student with the basic fundamentals of digital cellular services and 3G CDMA wireless in general. It provides the student an understanding of the many nuances of WCDMA technology as well as the exciting evolutionary improvements found in HSPA. The course compares and contrasts the three primary cellular multiplexing techniques (FDMA, TDMA, CDMA) as it covers the evolution of cellular architecture and equipment from first generation through third generation (3G) systems. The second half of the course emphasizes WCDMA advantages and attributes such as rake receivers, power control, OVSF codes, Quality of Service, Capacity and handover improvements. Additionally, support for global roaming, mobile IP and position location, GERAN Interoperability and System Services are discussed.

Understand current Market Conditions.
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
Identify the three primary cellular multiplexing (FDMA, TDMA, & CDMA) systems and explain their differences.
Describe details of WCDMA cellular system attributes:
  Universal Frequency Reuse
  Rake Receivers
  Soft Handover
  Power Control
  Down Link and Uplink Channels & Operation
  Orthogonal Spreading Codes (OVSF)
  Scrambling Codes
  Voice Coding
Describe QoS classes
Describe CS and PS call flows
Wi-Fi/UMTS inter-working
Discuss WCDMA Evolution to HSDPA,
Comparison of other 3G & 4G Technologies
cdma2000, 1xEV-DO, WiMaX and UMTS (WCDMA)

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