Understanding 802.16 - WiMAX In-DepthHBF IT EDUCATION SERVICES
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Wi-MAX popularly known as Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access is the IEEE 802.16 standards-based wireless network technology that makes available high-throughput broadband wireless network service. Wi-MAX is being deploy in a assortment of application, as well as last mile broadband service, hotspot services, cellular network backhaul, plus high-speed enterprise wireless connectivity. This wide-ranging 3-day Wi-MAX training course provides an exhaustively exposure of Wi-MAX technologies, application, values in addition to protocol layers. Imperative topics such as eminence of service, throughput, treatment, interoperability, interference plus security are also discussed. This widespread Wi-MAX course also covers obligatory RF theory, microwave propagation; RF link account calculations, Wi-MAX security plus supplementary protection techniques used with Wi-MAX networks plus Wi-MAX site survey are also examined. The design, planning plus implementation of these networks, including deal with intrusion are also examined. The Understanding Wi-MAX course ends with a look towards future fruition in Broadband Wireless Access. In this course you will be learning about Architecture of a broadband wireless access network, variety of WiMAX Operators, role of the WiMAX Forum, Base Stations: 802.16, 802.16e, dual mode, Subscriber Stations: outdoor, indoor, PCMCIA, PDA, laptop, WiMAX Competitive Environment (Value proposition for 802.16 in fixed subscriber ,stations, Value proposition for 802.16 in nomadic/mobile, subscriber stations, Competing network operators), WiMAX Applications like WiFi, 2.5G, 3G and many more elements related to the course. When you are done with the course you will be able to Describe principles of utilizing radio frequency spectrum for WiMAX access, Identify applicable global standards for broadband access networks for WiMAX, NGN, 3G and VoIP, Compare the different services and their requirements on the networks, Explain the integration and challenges of Voice over IP networks utilizing WiMAX access, Identify how to plan and implement QoS requirements to support protocols related to IP Networks, Determine the security aspects and the associated protocols related to IP Networks, Develop an approach for migrating from fixed wire-line to wireless access utilizing WiMAX and Identify new marketing and service strategy built on the WiMAX platform.