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Course Code: RP1302
This one-day course provides delegates with an understanding of how the radio spectrum is managed, the systems that use spectrum and an overview of the technical matters relating to the design of radio systems. It considers how radio technologies have evolved and what is driving this evolution.
Senior executives, managers, regulators, market analysts and marketeers involved in the telecommunications industry who require an understanding of the wide range of issues surrounding the use and management of radio spectrum.
This course is designed for those with no technical background.
How radio spectrum is managed and regulated
How radio spectrum is used
The concepts of bandwidth and channels
An introduction to the characteristics of antennas
Radio wave propagation mechanisms
The impact of interference and noise
Aligning radio applications to frequency bands
Overview of radio systems – including 2G, 3G and 4G
What is driving the demand for spectrum?
Health and Safety issues
Includes exercises and demonstrations.