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UMTS: System Design and Operation (including HSDPA / HSUPA) (3 - 6 July 2006)

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UMTS: System Design and Operation (including HSDPA / HSUPA) (3 - 6 July 2006)
by Anthony Santiago - Friday, 24 March 2006, 12:39 PM

UMTS: System Design and Operation
(including HSDPA / HSUPA)   (3 - 6 July 2006)

An update of the popular course, explaining the capabilities and operation of 3G WCDMA Mobile Networks, and including presentations by world-renowned experts in the field.

This course provides a detailed end-to-end description and explanation of the global WCDMA radio standard. With presentations from Harri Holma and Antti Toskala, authors of the definitive work "WCDMA for UMTS", this course provides an excellent opportunity to hear from the key instigators of this emerging technology.

Emphasis will be placed on optimising the data bearing capability of these networks, including efficient packet databased mobility, radio
resource management and new enhancements, the most cost-effective
deployment optionsand upgrade paths for operators.

The course also features an evening seminar by author and consultant Tomi Ahonen on future trends of mobile data services, killer applications and diverse revenue streams to provide further breadth.

 Course Presenters
Dr Harri Holma, Principal Engineer, Nokia
Antti Toskala, Senior Standardisation Manager and HSDPA Chief Architect, Nokia
Dr Jonathan Moss, Principal Device Manager, i-mate (Carrier Devices)
Laurent Noel, 3G RF Program Manager, Philips Semiconductors
Tomi T. Ahonen MBA, independent 3G strategy consultant and author
Neil Wiffen, Senior Technical Instructor, Red Banana

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£1250 1125 Early booking course fee (if booked at least 1 month before start of course)
£ 1350 1215 Standard course fee.

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