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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Beyond 3G (B3G) $74.95
4G Communication Systems $74.95
Non-Cellular Wireless Technology $74.95
4G Implementations $74.95
RFID Technology and Business Applications $74.95
RFID Applications Management $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Beyond 3G (B3G)

To describe B3G technologies
  • The evolution of cellular systems - recognize the evolution of cellular systems.
  • Competing wireless technologies - recognize the technologies involved in future wireless convergence.
  • Current 3G technologies - recognize the features of current 3G technologies.
  • Identifying wireless technologies - distinguish between wireless technologies and their features.
  • Enabling 3.5G - recognize the features of the emerging technologies that will enable 3.5G.
  • HSDPA - recognize the role of HSDPA in 3G technology.
  • FLASH-OFDM - recognize the advantages of FLASH-OFDM.
  • UMTS-TDD - recognize the features of the UMTS-TDD specification.
  • Comparing 3.5G technologies - compare 3.5G technologies.

4G Communication Systems

To explain the elements of 4G communication systems
  • The evolving wireless environment - recognize potential future developments in wireless services.
  • The elements of 4G - identify the characteristics and benefits of the principal and enabling technologies of 4G.
  • 4G applications and services - identify the system and service architecture issues for 4G networks and their solutions.
  • Recognizing the properties of 4G - recognize the properties and technologies of 4G.
  • CDMA and 4G - recognize the role of CDMA in 4G communication.
  • OFDM and 4G - recognize the role of OFDM in 4G communication.
  • Smart antennas and MIMO - recognize the role of smart antennas in future wireless systems.
  • Identifying 4G technologies - identify the technologies involved in 4G.

Non-Cellular Wireless Technology

To explain non-cellular wireless technology
  • Wireless LAN technology - compare the standards and solutions in place for wireless LANs.
  • IEEE 802.11 - recognize the features of current and future IEEE 802.11 standards.
  • UWB and IEEE standards - compare IEEE 802.11 and UWB technologies.
  • Understanding wireless standards - distinguish between the various wireless standards.
  • IEEE 802.16 - recognize how WiMax will achieve wireless broadband.
  • IEEE 802.16-2004 - recognize the role of IEEE 802.16-2004 in wireless broadband access.
  • IEEE 802.20 - recognize the advantages of IEEE 802.20 for users.
  • Comparing 802.16e and 802.20 - compare the IEEE standards 802.16e and 802.20 as competitive technologies.
  • Understanding WMAN and WWAN technologies - compare IEEE standards 802.16e and 802.20 as competitive technologies.

4G Implementations

To outline 4G wireless networks and applications
  • 4G migration - recognize the challenges to 4G migration and identify possible solutions.
  • Future network architectures - recognize the principles and functions of future network architectures.
  • Implementing future networks - recognize the requirements for implementing future networks.
  • Identifying network architectures - recognize the features of future network architectures.
  • Providing user services in 4G - recognize how vertical handoff will benefit 4G users.
  • Providing I-centric services - recognize the role of I-centric services in future wireless communication.
  • 4G service deployment - recognize the factors involved in 4G deployment.
  • User services in 4G - recognize the strategies for providing user services in 4G.

RFID Technology and Business Applications

To recognize the applications of RFID technology, how it operates, the function of the EPCglobal Network, and determine how to implement RFID in an organization based on business and deployment issues
  • What is RFID? - identify the main issues surrounding the use of RFID technology in a given scenario.
  • RFID Operation, Standards, and the EPCglobal Network - recognize how RFID technology and the EPCglobal Network operate in a given scenario.
  • Assessing RFID as a Business Solution - assess RFID technology as a business solution in a given scenario.
  • RFID Business Applications - recognize the business applications of RFID technology.
  • RFID Business Considerations - assess the business considerations of RFID technology in a given scenario.
  • RFID Deployment - assess RFID deployment considerations in a given scenario.
  • Deploying RFID - determine how to deploy RFID technology in an organization, given a scenario.

RFID Applications Management

To recognize how RFID technology can be used in various industries and analyze RFID applications management programs
  • RFID Access Control and Security Management - determine how RFID technology can be used for access control and security management in a given scenario.
  • RFID Asset Management - determine how RFID technology can be used for asset management in a given scenario.
  • RFID Supply Chain Management - determine how RFID technology can be used for supply chain management in a given scenario.
  • Analyzing RFID Security and Supply Chain Management - analyze RFID access control, asset tracking, and supply chain management programs in a given scenario.
  • RFID Retail Management - determine how RFID technology can be used for retail management in a given scenario.
  • RFID Payment Management - determine how RFID technology can be used for payment management in a given scenario.
  • Analyzing RFID Retail and Payment Management - analyze RFID retail and payment management programs in a given scenario.
  • RFID Medical, Military, and Transportation Uses - assess medical, military, and transportation applications of RFID technology in a given scenario.
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Advanced Wireless Technologies e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252701
  • Duration:
    14 hours
  • Price:
    $219