1/2 Days / 1 Live Online Sessions (0900-1230)
/ Technical Level: Level 3
Course Code: RP1306
This course introduces some of the key techniques used in the latest products related to microwave radio.
Topics covered include adaptive modulation; radio link protection and bonding; fixed link MIMO; Internet Protocol (IP) radio; Ethernet QoS management; header compression and split mount; and full outdoor configuration. The course looks at how vendors and network planners are addressing the issues associated with upgrading from legacy microwave technologies (PDH/SDH) to full IP. The emerging E-band technology is discussed in detail, with a particular emphasis on planning E-band links and the technical specifications of a range of equipment from the main vendors.
Who would benefit
This course is intended for experienced transmission and backhaul engineers and system architects requiring an in-depth understanding of the evolution of fixed broadband radio.
A good knowledge of radio principles would be desirable, as well as an appreciation of IP technologies.
Topic Areas Include
Spectrum and Regulation
Technological Developments in Fixed Link radio
Planning IP and E-Band Radio Links
Timing and Synchronization