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Fundamentals of Telecommunications - Unit 16

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Unit overview
The use of cells is the cornerstone of the cellular system, with correct / optimal deploying bringing big dividends to the cellular operator. Here, we explore how cells are used to provide efficient coverage for mobile users, and the techniques available to increase capacity over time, and to maximise return on investment for the operator. The handover is also looked to as it is a key technique that enables continuous mobile support for the user.
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Partner Details Wray Castle is the leading provider of training in the telecommunications industry. They provide training on telecommunication technologies across the industry sectors and on a global scale, including mobile and fixed network operators such as EE, O2, Three and BT, as well as transport, defence, energy and emergency services.
What you will learn
By the end of this course you will be able to:

•Relate multiple access techniques to cellular usage – highlighting the main principles of operation that allow many users to access the network using a limited set of frequencies
•Illustrate a typical cell configuration, identifying the main components of a cell and describing how each relates to the overall operation
•Draw coverage / deployment options within the cellular system, using omni and sectored antenna configurations
•Discuss the merits of the different techniques used to increase cellular capacity, including using cell hierarchies
•State the options for duplexing that are used in modern cellular networks
•Describe the key principles and processes involved in the handover
Who should learn
This unit is for those new to telecoms or for those requiring a better understanding of telecommunication technologies and networks.
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