Radio Principles Explained
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This course is designed to provide information on radio principles to engineers. It is designed to aid in the planning and specification of radio links in modern communications networks. It will also provide a valuable source for maintenance information. At the end of the course, delegates will be able to: - Understand the basic principles of radio and microwave transmission - Understand the planning techniques needed to plan a radio network - Understand relevant techniques for maintenance of the network - Understand the propagation methods used within radio networks.
Introduction (1 topic)
- Explanation of radio techniques
Management of Spectrum (5 topics)
- Who manages the spectrum
- Spectrum allocation
- How and Why
- Re-use issues
- Hierarchy design
Transmission Techniques (3 topics)
- Analogue vs. Digital
- RF distribution
- Antenna arrays
Radio Propagation (5 topics)
- What propagation is?
- How does it work?
- Path loss predictions
- Fading environments
- Diffraction modeling
Frequency Re-use (2 topics)
- Techniques for frequency re-use
- Different strategies
Polarisation Diversity (5 topics)
- Principles of diversity systems
- Orthogonal diversity
- Angle diversity
- Frequency separation
- Location diversity
Tools (1 topic)
- Examination of various tools for network planning
None, however some exposure to telecommunications is desirable.
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