This three-day course gives a broad, but rigorous overview of digital and, in particular, wireless communication theory and techniques, covering everything from basic point-to-point communication to methods of modelling and analysing networks.
The course begins with a brief introduction to basic digital communication theory and methods, and subsequently moves quickly to an in-depth discussion of wireless channels and the problems (and opportunities) that they present.
The second day starts with a treatment of diversity in the frequency and spatial domains; advanced techniques, such as orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) and multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) are covered in detail, and emphasis is placed on practical considerations.
The final day is devoted to multi-user communication and finishes by looking at many of the concepts explored in the course in the context of several popular standardised systems.
Throughout the three-day course, software-based demonstrations and mini-projects will help you to consolidate your understanding of the theory whilst learning about more advanced concepts in a hands-on manner.
A comprehensive, rigorous treatment of modern digital and wireless communication techniques with an emphasis on practical use is given.
Delegates will gain the required knowledge to be able to critically appraise different techniques and systems.
Three software-based mini-projects will be used to consolidate knowledge and explore more advanced methods and theory.
Limited numbers of delegates ensures each attendee is able to take full advantage of the discussion and project exercises.