H7216A/B-310 3G Technology Overview
Audience: Engineers interested in the new 3G cellular technology, whose responsibilities will include either testing of mobiles in manufacturing or installation and maintenance of base stations.
This 2-day course will introduce engineers to the concepts of third generation cellular technologies. It begins with a quick review of CDMA concepts, gives a brief history of where the standards have come from, and then provides the students with a fundamental understanding of the two 3G technologies: cdma2000 and G3G WCDMA.
What you will Learn
- Basic knowledge of the two 3G cellular technologies
- 1X EV Overview
- Concepts of cdma2000 and its features and technologies
- Concepts of the harmonized global third generation WCDMA system, its features, advantages, and technologies
- Creating and analyzing signals
- Measurement challenges for the two systems
- How mobiles operate in these more complex networks
- Be able to create and analyze signals for the 3G systems
- An appreciation for the added complexity of these systems
- Students should have completed the courses leading up through CDMA Basics, or have an understanding of analog and digital communications systems and the CDMA technology.
- Overview of IS-95 Concepts
- Technology Roadmap
- 1X EV Overview
- Concepts of CDMA2000
- Concepts of 3GPP WCDMA
- Creating and Analyzing Signals for WCDMA and CDMA2000 and Measurements on the Two Systems
- For complete course details, click on the Education Datasheet below
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3G Technology Overview
Data Sheet 2001-11-28
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