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Radio Engineering and Antennas   Download eBook  Buy paperback edition
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Learning Objectives:
• Basics of Antennas
• Practical Antenna Design Parameters, such as Directivity, Gain, Beamwidth, Aperture, Polarization, EIRP, Field and Power Patterns, Return Loss, Axial Ratio
• Design considerations for cellular Base Station and Handset Antennas
• Antenna types and their characteristics
• Phased Array Antennas and Multiple independent Beamforming
• Smart Antennas and their applications
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Learning Objectives:
• Antenna Design Process and Measurements of Impedance, Gain and Field Patterns in the Near and Far Field
• RF Site Surveys for Wireless LAN and cellular networks
• Antenna Diversity techniques and Diversity Combiners
• Techniques to expand Wireless System Capacity, such as Frequency Reuse, Cell Splitting and Cell Sectoring
• Flexible Frequency Reuse in 4G LTE networks
• Overlay macrocell networks and Femto Cells in 4G LTE
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Learning Objectives:
• Base Station, Indoor and Mobile Handset Antennas
• Use of Antenna Tilt to improve performance
• MIMO techniques with diversity, beamforming and Space Division Multiplexing
• Applications of MIMO in WiFi, WiMax and LTE
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Learning Objectives:
• Basics of MIMO
• Benefits of MIMO
• Basics of Antenna Diversity, Beamforming and SDM
• Applications of MIMO in WiFi, WiMax and LTE
• Future of massive MIMO
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Learning Objectives:
• Role of RF propagation characteristics in Wireless Link Design, such as free space loss, reflection, refraction, diffraction, scattering and atmospheric losses
• Basics of RF Link Budget Analysis with applications for microwave links, satellite links and digital communication links
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Learning Objectives:
• Statistical fading models as applied to Micro, Macro and Femto Cells, such as Egli Model, Okumara Model, Hata Model, COST-231 Model and COST-WI Model
• Impact of foliage and building penetration losses on RF link budget
• Application of indoor propagation models, such as 1SM, MWM, LAM
• RF Link Budget Analysis Examples for Macro, Micro and Femto Cells as applied to LTE, UMTS and GSM technologies
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Learning Objectives:
• Characteristics of a Wireless Receiver, such as Sensitivity, Noise, Selectivity, Stability, Spurious Responses, Phase Noise, Dynamic Range, AGC
• Architectures of Superheterodyne and Direct Conversion Receivers with practical examples
• Digital modulation techniques, such as BPSK, QPSK, QAM, FHSS, DSSS, OFDM and their defining characteristics
• Case study of OFDM and Wireless Receiver Architectures as applied to IEEE WLAN standard
• Software Defined Radio (SDR) architectures and their applications
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Take Away
– Live and Interactive Learning Webinars
– Simplified understanding of concepts
– Practical examples and illustrations
– Exciting Learning Experience in the comfort of your desk
– Earn Professional Development Hour (PDH) Credits and claim Certificate of Completion
– Ideal Learning Resource for IEEE Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (WCET) Certification Examination

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