CDMA Online Training Courses & Degree Programs

Schools providing online certificates, diplomas or degrees for Mobile Networking Technology


Total 9 online training courses and degree programs available.

Wireless and Mobile Cellular Communications - Online

School/Trainer: Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering
Baltimore, United States
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In this course, students examine fundamental concepts of mobile cellular communications and specifics of current and proposed U.S. cellular systems. Topics include frequency reuse; call processing; propagation loss; multipath fading and methods of reducing fades; error correction requirements and techniques; modulation methods; FDMA, TDMA, and CDMA techniques; microcell issues; mobile satellite systems; and IMT-2000.

WCDMA and MC-CDMA for UMTS/UTRA - Online

School/Trainer: SOLUTT Corporation
Bangalore, INDIA
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WCDMA is the Physical Layer Standard for 3G Mobile Communication systems. The course is focused on principles, technology system architectures, evolution of standards, main applications and expected future trends in the field. The traditional technologies based on power controlled CDMA with RAKE as well as more advanced technologies based on Multiuser Detection, Adaptive Antennas, MC-CDMA and Space-Time coding are discussed. WCDMA applications in personal, indoor and 3G terrestrial and satellite mobile radio systems will be presented. A detailed discussion of UTRA/UMTS/WCDMA FDD and TDD mode will be presented.

HSPA and LTE: The UMTS Evolution - Online

School/Trainer: SOLUTT Corporation
Bangalore, INDIA
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This course provides an overview of different architectures, principles, design techniques and performance of the UMTS High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA)/High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) systems. Topics include wireless data access using packet switching, key enabling technologies including modulation schemes, frequency components, FEC Coding mechanisms, Signal Duplexing methods, NLOS, STC, MIMO and AAS. The non-line-of-sight (NLOS) mobile wireless fading path is reviewed and a coverage example provided. Key physical layer and MAC features of the relevant standards are presented. The key parameters of HSPA and LTE are compared. An overview of Mobile WiMAX, LTE’s primary competitor is presented. Finally, the status of LTE is summarized and its key parameters compared to Mobile WiMAX.

Introduction to Wideband CDMA - Online

School/Trainer: SOLUTT Corporation
Bangalore, INDIA
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This course provides an introduction to wideband CDMA systems. Wideband CDMA systems are used in a variety of 3G/4G cellular systems. A comprehensive understanding these systems will help the participant to work with, design and analyze a variety of cellular architectures. Topics ranging from 2G cellular standards overview, Wireless channel and propagation basics, multipath and mitigation techniques provide a good foundation for the understanding of WCDMA based system architectures. WCDMA design and components such as PN sequences, Channel partitioning and allocation methods, modulation schemes and uplink and downlink transmissions are discussed in detail. Finally we present CDMA2000 structures and advanced topics in signal processing and antenna arraying techniques.

Mobile IP for CDMA2000 - Online

School/Trainer: Telecommunications Research Associates
St. Marys, United States
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This course defines Mobile IP and conceptually highlights resolving the IP mobility challenge by explaining how TIA and ETSI’s 3GPP2 (Third Generation Partnership Project 2 for CDMA2000®) has extended IETF’s Mobile IP solution for use in CDMA2000® cellular networks. Message flows are used to illustrate a mobile subscriber’s secure access to their home network, the Internet, a visited network, their corporate network for proprietary information retrieval, and back to their home network. The method for dynamically assigning a private network IP address and ensuring secured access to the corporate network from the visiting wireless network is described. This course is a "must take" for students serious about understanding Mobile IP and how to take enhance cellular services through access to IP applications.

Course Outline
WIR254: Mobile IP for CDMA2000
Mobile IP Overview
Mobile IP in Depth

UMTS W-CDMA Radio Technology - Online

School/Trainer: Telecommunications Research Associates
St. Marys, United States
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This course addresses the major characteristics of the W-CDMA radio technology including the dominant 5 MHz FDD mode and how to use in support of user data requirements. Cell-specific scrambling codes and Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor (OVSF) codes for downlinks, and asynchronous inter-cell mode of operation for uplinks are described as is how they contrast. Logical, Physical, and Transport channels are defined and their functions explained. W-CDMA’s flexibility to support almost any bit rate between 0 and 2 Mb/s is also explained.

Course Outline
WIR244: UMTS W-CDMA Radio Technology
W-CDMA Characteristics
UMTS Flexibility
W-CDMA Uplink

CDMA2000 and High-Speed Mobile Internet - Online

School/Trainer: Telecommunications Research Associates
St. Marys, United States
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This set of e-Topics® provides an understanding of the Radio Access Network and the Mobile Internet infrastructure. CDMA2000® significantly contributes to relieving the bandwidth bottleneck associated with 2G networks, supporting improved voice capacity and high-bit-rate wireless data services, and combined with its graceful evolution from 2G networks CDMA2000® is intriguing to service providers looking to meet the needs of today’s increasingly mobile and information demanding users. CDMA2000® networks provide high 1xEV-DO with support for up to 3 Mb/s. This set of e-Topics® explain how CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO can support high bit-rate packets across the Radio Access Network, and how IP router-based Packet Data Serving Nodes (PDSN) can act as Mobile IP foreign agents to tunnel IP packets to mobile users.

Designed for
Students of the wireless industry that are interested in how the 3G CDMA2000® network supports high speed mobile internet with 1xEV-DO and Mobile IP technology.

Expected Outcome
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Explain how CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO high bit rate is achieved
Describe how Mobile IP works
List the major CDMA2000® Infrastructure functions

Course Outline
WIR253: IP Limitations for Mobile Users
Portability vs. Full Mobility
Simple IP
Security Issues
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CDMA2000 and High-Speed Mobile Internet - Online

School/Trainer: Element K
Rochester, United States
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This set of e-Topics® provides an understanding of the Radio Access Network and the Mobile Internet infrastructure. CDMA2000® significantly contributes to relieving the bandwidth bottleneck associated with 2G networks, supporting improved voice capacity and high-bit-rate wireless data services, and combined with its graceful evolution from 2G networks CDMA2000® is intriguing to services providers looking to meet the needs of today’s increasingly mobile and information demanding users. CDMA2000® 1x networks were the first to provide high bit rate packet services up to 144 Kb/s. Support for 2.4 Mb/s services are being deployed in North American and other countries, and support for 3 Mb/s is being developed. This set of e-Topics® explain how CDMA2000® Supplemental Channels can support high bit-rate packets across the Radio Access Network, and how IP router-based Packet Data Serving Nodes (PDSN) can act as Mobile IP foreign agents to tunnel IP packets to mobile users. With wireless data applications driving subsc

CDMA - Online

School/Trainer: Element K
Rochester, United States
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CDMA has taken the mobile wireless world by storm, become a major Second Generation (2G) technology and the dominant technology choice for Third Generation (3G) systems. As a “spread spectrum?technology making interference difficult, CDMA has been used for point-to-point military communications for many years. Making the technology suitable for cellular applications having many simultaneous users on the same frequency, required major innovations. This set of courses provides a foundation for understanding 2G CMDA technology and its evolution to 3G.

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