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General Radio Communications

Please find below an overview of all available training courses in regards to "General Radio Communications". The complete Training Calendar can be downloaded here.

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Training Focus

Day to day communications are becoming increasingly wireless: Radio, TV, GPS, mobile phones, cordless telephones and Wireless LAN have become an integral part of our daily lives. But how do they work? What is frequency, why do we need modulation, what is dBm and what causes radio interference? Also for non-technical staff working in the wireless industry it is highly beneficial to have a basic understanding of the background on which their industry is founded. This course addresses fundamental questions in relation to wireless communications. The training is conducted in a way that persons without technical background can gain insight in the principles of radio systems. What are radio waves, how could they be classified, how could the technical performance of radio transmitter and receiver be described. What is the difference between broadcasting and mobile systems and why do different systems operate in different frequency bands? These and other questions related to wireless communications are addressed in this training.

Course Objectives

After completing the training, participants will have a basic understanding of the principles behind today’s radio communication systems.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have no technical background in radio communications who are interested in wireless communications systems and who may be employed in non-technical positions at telecoms regulators, telecoms operators, or others in the wireless industry.

Contents

  • What are radio waves?
  • Classification of radio waves
  • Introduction to radio communications
  • Basic parameter of radio systems
  • Modulation and band usage
  • Usage of frequency bands from ELF to EHF

Dates

02. - 03.05.18
02. - 03.05.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Professional users in public safety, PPDR, transportation, utilities and industry must rely on efficient radio systems to provide wireless communication for support of their daily operation. Implemented radio technology, network design and user requirements must be carefully matched against each other. A solid understanding of users’ requirements and the possibilities and limitations of technologies is therefore essential. This course discusses issues which need to be considered when radio system for critical communications shall be introduced or existing systems shall be replaced: Is it better to use services from an existing operator or to build and operate a dedicated network? Which deployment concept should be selected? How to define coverage and capacity? Which technology can provide the required services? These and other questions related to the design and introduction of RF networks for critical communications will be discussed. Starting with specific requirements, the course introduces services specific to critical communications, explains typical planning approaches and highlights possible implementation scenarios. A comparison of recent and upcoming radio technologies like TETRA, DMR as well as LTE for broadband applications completes the training.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will understand users’ requirements and limitations of current radio technologies like TETRA, DMR, LTE etc. They will know the technical and economic constraints of radio systems for critical communications and will be able to realistically assess the promises of system vendors and service providers.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio communication systems, who are interested in technical aspects for critical communications networks and who may be employed in telecoms regulators, organizations for public security and utility and transportation companies.

Contents

  • Introduction to radio networks for critical communications
  • Requirements on communication services and applications
  • Mobile broadband for PPDR
  • Elements of a radio network for critical communications
  • Planning and operation of a radio network
  • Radio systems for critical communication (DMR, TETRA, LTE)

Dates

04. - 05.06.18
01. - 02.04.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Radio networks for professional use in public safety, transportation, utilities, and industry must provide reliable communication for mission critical applications. The use of appropriate design parameter and planning procedures is crucial to achieve the required network performance. This course provides a solid understanding of how to design and plan networks for critical communications using digital radio technologies like TETRA, DMR or LTE. The course follows the typical steps of radio network planning from definition of coverage thresholds, over first network design and coverage planning to the development and analysis of frequency plans. Practical considerations and tasks including site selection and antenna configurations are discussed by means of photos and documents originating from real-life networks. Live calculations with a planning tool are used to illustrate effects of site selection and site and network configuration. Supporting the practical exercises, theoretical elements of the course include the principles of radio propagation, link budgets, the determination of coverage thresholds and capacity considerations. The course will be presented as classroom training with slides, interactive tool calculations and exercises to be done by the participants.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will be familiar with the typical procedures for RF network planning for radio technologies like TETRA, DMR and LTE. They know how to define planning criteria for RF networks and understand the underlying technical and theoretical approaches.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio network planning, who are interested in radio network planning for critical communication networks and who may be employed in telecoms regulators, telecoms operators, and utility and transportation companies

Contents

  • Targets and procedures for radio network planning
  • System parameter and architecture of critical communication networks
  • Definition of coverage and capacity targets
  • Antenna configurations, site selection and coverage planning
  • Capacity considerations
  • Frequency planning

Dates

06. - 08.06.18
03. - 05.04.19

Course Fee

1,840 € (excluding VAT)

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“Radio Networks for Critical Communications ” and “Radio Network Planning for Critical Communications Networks” can be booked as full package as well as single courses. Package price for both courses: 2,790 € (excluding VAT).

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Training Focus

There is increasing pressure on critical communication networks to provide data applications such as video streaming, advanced mapping, document download etc. These data applications are bandwidthhungry and the availability of enough bandwidth at the right moment is mission critical. The narrowband radio technologies used in existing network implementations will not be able to provide the required performance thus the introduction of new radio technologies and the availability of appropriate spectrum is required. This course provides an overview on recent technologies and concepts to provide broadband for PPDR communications. It describes the operational scenarios and emerging multimedia and data-centric applications. Radio spectrum matters are discussed, spectrum needs, allocated and candidate spectrum bands for PPDR communications as well as suitable dynamic spectrum sharing solutions in PPDR communications are introduced. Different options to deliver mobile broadband PPDR communications services over dedicated or commercial networks are discussed, including the applicability of the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) model and other hybrid models. As an example for capabilities and features of upcoming radio systems the LTE standard for improved support of mission-critical communications (e.g. proximity services, group communications) is introduced.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will understand the requirements and limitations of current radio technologies and spectrum matters for broadband critical communication networks.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who are interested in solutions for broadband for critical communications networks and who may be employed in telecoms regulators, organizations for public security and utility and transportation companies

Contents

  • Communication needs for PPDR
  • PPDR broadband applications and their capacity requirements
  • Radio spectrum for PPDR communications
  • Deployment scenarios: dedicated or commercial network, hybrid solutions
  • Mission critical LTE

Dates

04. - 05.12.18
03. - 04.12.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Users of wireless networks expect ubiquitous coverage that includes indoor areas such as subway stations and tunnels, shopping malls and high rise buildings. These environments require specific in-building distribution networks as signals from outdoor base stations are often unavailable due to the shadowing effects of metallic surfaces and solidly constructed buildings. The planning of in-building networks requires fundamental understanding of the relevant issues and approaches to extend coverage into buildings. This course discusses the relevant questions in relation to design and dimensioning of such systems. The training introduces different concepts to achieve indoor coverage and discusses pros and cons of available technologies like leaky feeder cable, distributed antenna systems (DAS), use of base stations or optical repeater systems. Delegates will learn about in-building wave propagation, network architecture, and the typical technologies for in-building wireless networks deployed today. The classroom training is complemented with practical demonstrations of scenarios with a specific tool for in-building wireless network design.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will understand the approaches, procedures and requirements for in-building wireless network design and will be familiar with the technical and economic constraints of indoor networks.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have a general knowledge in radio network planning and who are interested in technical and practical aspects of in-building wireless network design and who may be employed in telecoms regulators, telecoms operators, and utility and transportation companies.

Contents

  • Introduction to in-building wireless network design
  • Requirements on indoor network design
  • Elements of wireless indoor networks
  • Radio wave propagation in indoor environments
  • Planning of in-building wireless networks

    • Leaky feeder cabling
    • Passive distribution components
    • Antennas
    • Optical distribution systems

  • 2G/3G/4G/TETRA/WiFi
  • Practical demonstration of in-building wireless network design with indoor planning tool

Dates

17. - 18.04.18
09. - 10.04.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Data communication is one of the most important and growing requirements of modern mobile wireless networks. Data usage has grown quickly in networks as each new generation of mobile broadband technology has been introduced, average data consumption per month and per mobile subscriber exceeds several hundreds of megabytes and a few gigabytes where operators deliver high capacity and low cost of data. Long Term Evolution (LTE), often known as 4G, is the latest technology designed to meet the burgeoning data demands. In addition to use for commercial services, LTE is also being considered for the next generation PPDR and critical communications networks. The course is specifically designed to grow the delegates understanding of the design and use of radio systems based on LTE technology. Aspects of the LTE physical layer, network design and planning including LTE Advanced features will be covered. Delegates will learn about S-OFDMA/SC-TDMA, MIMO technology, LTE TDD and FDD multiple access modes, system architecture, in-building coverage issues, mobility and handover aspects and future evolution of LTE. Thus the course will cover all the essentials in the field of LTE networks.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will be familiar with LTE technology including network architecture, radio technology and typical deployment scenarios. They will understand the role of LTE in next generation networks and the evolution of mobile radio technologies.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have general knowledge in radio network planning and who are interested in technical aspects of LTE technology and network design whether from a commercial, PPDR or critical communications perspective and who may be employed in telecoms regulators, telecoms operators and utility or transportation companies.

Contents

  • Overview on LTE physical layer
  • Principles of MIMO
  • System architecture and deployment concepts
  • LTE network planning and design
  • In-building coverage issues
  • Evolution of LTE: LTE Advanced
  • Self-organizing networks
  • Carrier aggregation
  • LTE for critical communications

Dates

13. - 15.03.18
09. - 11.10.18
19. - 21.03.19
08. - 10.10.19

Course Fee

1,840 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Numerous institutional, academic, commercial and regulatory organizations are working towards the standardization of 5G services but fundamental questions remain of what is 5G, what will 5G look like, and how will this impact spectrum demand, authorization and usage? There is also the question of technology: Will 5G be a new technology (and air-interface) or will it be a system of different technologies, each playing to their own strengths? 5G is driven by the need for mobile operators to quench the growing, insatiable and unquestionable thirst for mobile data. When it comes to the question of spectrum however, there are many different views about how the growth in data traffic impacts upon demand for radio spectrum. It is also evident that, below 6 GHz, there is very little spectrum remaining that can be re-farmed for mobile services and much of the focus for new spectrum for future mobile (5G) services is concentrated above 6 GHz. How feasible is it to deliver mobile services at such high frequencies? Are there ways to use existing spectrum more efficiently, or are technologies such as LTE Advanced already very close to the limit of what is achievable? This course will examine the evolving 5G ecosystem whilst critically examining the various forecasts and spectrum options to try to identify the reality at the core of the issues, as well as consider the conflicting statements being made by the various parties involved in finding a home for 5G services in the radio spectrum.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, participants will have a understanding how the evolution towards a 5G standard is leading the chase to identify new spectrum, which spectrum bands are under consideration, and whether 5G might mark the end to the hunger of mobile operators for more spectrum.

Intended for

Those who need to better understand the spectrum implications of 5G technologies, whether from a regulatory, commercial or technical perspective.

Contents

  • Forecasts of demand for data services
  • Realistically forecasting spectrum demand
  • Bands capabilities and issues with existing IMT bands
  • New bands being considered for 5G services
  • Propagation and coverage of bands above 6 GHz
  • The spectrum efficiency of existing IMT technologies
  • The 5G ecosystem
  • A roadmap for the introduction of 5G services
  • Authorization of 5G spectrum

Dates

29. - 30.11.18
28. - 29.11.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

The Internet of Things (IoT) covers a huge range of use cases and applications and scales from single devices to massive systems with various elements connecting in real time. Wireless connectivity is an integral part of IoT. Depending on the application, factors such as range, data requirements, security, power requirements and battery life will dictate the choice of one or some form of combination of wireless technologies. Traditional cellular mobile networks based on 2G/3G/4G have almost ubiquitous coverage and high data rates but at cost of high power requirements at end user devices. Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) based on standards like LoRaWAN, Ultra Narrow Band (UNB) or NB-IoT, are thus expected to complement traditional connectivity solutions for long range communication. Short range technologies like bluetooth, BLE, ZigBee, WiFi or RFID will provide connectivity over short distances. This seminar will explore the most relevant radio technologies for IoT applications; discuss the underlying concepts and the resulting advantages and limitations. An analysis of spectrum requirements and availability complements the training.

Course Objectives

After completing the training, participants will be familiar with most recent radio technologies foreseen for IoT applications. They understand the underlying concepts and can assess advantages and limitations of different technologies.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio communication systems, who are interested in wireless systems for IoT applications and who may be responsible for radio systems in industry.

Contents

  • IoT applications and communication requirements
  • Overview on wireless technologies and approaches for IoT applications
  • Spectrum requirements and availability
  • Radio systems for Low Power Wide Area Networks
  • Radio systems for Low Power Personal Area Networks
  • 3GPP systems and the role of 5G for IoT

Dates

25. - 26.09.18
21. - 22.05.19
24. - 25.09.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

In nearly every factory floor and industrial setting, communication links are used to carry vital information between machinery, control, and monitoring devices. From periodic updates to ongoing process and manufacturing management, timely delivery without failure is critical to operations. Cabled systems can be very expensive and necessarily tether equipment to fixed locations, thus reducing flexibility in equipment placement and reorganization. Turning to wireless technology addresses the cabling drawbacks but requires careful examination of transmission, operational and propagation characteristics to achieve the required performance. A solid understanding of the possibilities and limitations of current radio technologies, deployment scenarios and spectrum availability is therefore essential for a successful introduction of wireless systems for automation. This course provides an overview on recent technologies and concepts for wireless communication for industrial applications. It describes the operational requirements, specific RF propagation characteristics, available frequency bands, compatibility issues and develops appropriate design strategies. An overview and comparison of appropriate wireless technologies for industrial applications will complete the training.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will understand the requirements and limitations of radio systems for industrial applications. They will know the physical and regulatory constraints of the radio environment and understand the procedures for system planning.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio communication systems, who are interested in wireless systems for industrial applications and who may be responsible for radio systems in industry.

Contents

  • Introduction: the wireless landscape
  • Industrial requirements
  • Spectrum for wireless automation
  • Radio propagation in industrial environment
  • Wireless network system design criteria and system selection
  • Radio systems for wireless automation
  • Compatibility issues

Dates

27.09.18
23.05.19
26.09.19

Course Fee

690 € (excluding VAT)

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Please note that this training course is only available in German.

Workshopbeschreibung

Nahezu in jedem professionellen Anwendungsgebiet sind moderne Kommunikationssysteme mit Funkkommunikation vernetzt. Sei es im Umfeld moderner Industrie 4.0 Fertigungsanlagen, für die Bereitstellung zuverlässiger Fernwartung bei Versorgern, zur sicheren Kommunikation in Behörden oder Flughäfen. Die Liste der Anwender und Einsatzgebiete lässt sich beliebig verlängern. Aus Sicht des Anwenders sind einige Grundlagen und physikalische Rahmenbedingungen zu beachten, um das Medium Funk zuverlässig und stabil zu nutzen. Es werden Probleme der Funkkommunikation und Lösungen, diese zu vermeiden, anhand von Beispielen aufgezeigt. Der Workshop geht in einfachen Darstellungen auf die physikalischen Grundlagen der Funkanwendung ein und stellt die derzeit verfügbaren Technologien und Konzepte gegenüber. Darüber hinaus werden die operationellen Anforderungen der Nutzer betrachtet und die damit verbundenen Parameter wie Funkausbreitung, verfügbare Frequenzbänder, Technologien und Systeme näher beleuchtet. Ein Überblick über die derzeitig verfügbaren Systeme und Rahmenbedingungen wie IoT, LoRa, WiFi, WLAN, Bluetooth, etc. stehen dabei genauso im Fokus wie die verwendeten Frequenzbereiche und deren speziellen Anforderungen. Der Workshop besteht aus einer Mischung von theoretischen und praktischen Elementen.

Ziel des Workshops

Nach Teilnahme an diesem Training kennen Teilnehmer die Besonderheiten des Mediums Funk, dessen physikalischen und regulatorischen Charakteristiken und die Möglichkeiten derzeit vorhandener Systeme.

Für wen ist der Workshop geeignet?

Der Workshop richtet sich an alle Anwender und Verantwortlichen für die drahtlose Kommunikation im professionellen Umfeld, die kein Funk-Vorwissen besitzen und aus den Bereichen Industrie, Versorger, Transport, Häfen/Flughäfen, Behörden mit Sicherheitsaufgaben oder Strafverfolgung kommen.

Inhalte

  • Einführung in die Funktechnik
  • Ausbreitung von Funksignalen und deren Einschränkung
  • Regulatorische Rahmenbedingungen in Europa
  • Funksysteme und deren Anwendung
  • Problemstellungen und Lösungsansätze im Funkspektrum
  • Schnittstellen und Vernetzung verschiedener Systeme
  • Selbst machen vs. Lösungen einkaufen

Termine

11. - 13.09.18
10. - 12.09.19

Kursgebühren

1,840 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Today’s operators offer different services over a network with various technologies, protocols and equipments. Therefore, it is more difficult to ensure end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS). QoS refers to the ability of a network or service to satisfy the end user. Various definitions of QoS exist, although the term used in telecommunication express the technically measured and non-technically perceived quality of a specific service by the customers (Quality of Experience). Operators and regulators major concerns are about the QoS that user are experiencing. The best way to determine the degree of satisfaction of the use of a particular service is to measure the key performance indicators (KPIs) associated to this service with the aim to secure the best quality service offerings for consumers. The course is explaining the QoS from operator and regulator point of view. Both define, measure and set clear and achievable minimum standards of KPIs. This course will cover the fundamentals and various topics related to QoS aspects like the KPI definition on ITU-T, 3GPP and ETSI, service test methodology and common test cases, example of some defined target and statistical reporting.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will have a thorough understanding of QoS and QoE. The participants will be familiar with KPIs such as voice quality, throughput available to users and the level of network congestion measured and optimized by the operators. They will also know aspects such as number of issues, including customer billing and network non-availability complaints measured by regulators.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who want to develop detailed understanding of QoS and to provide the regulators and operators employee with baselines and general knowledge in QoS and QoE and those who are interested to better understand how operators minimum requirements of quality of service specified in the standards and also in the license from the regulars can be meet or exceed.

Contents

  • Overview on QoS
  • QoS definition on different standards
  • Service-based KPIs
  • QoS requirement for 5G networks
  • QoS from operator and regulator point of view
  • Test methodology and common test cases used by operator and regulator
  • Example of targets to ensure continuous quality improvement
  • Statistical reporting

Duration/Dates

1 day/on demand

Course Fee

690 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

Modern transmission networks require communication links with high link capacity and availability. Microwave Point-to-Point (PtP) and Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) systems can provide the required performance if the links are designed appropriate. Theoretical know-how combined with best practice for link engineering and design ensures that the possibilities of modern link technology will be fully available after implementation. The course introduces both theoretical and practical knowledge in planning of microwave links. Topics touched cover wave propagation, link budget and availability calculations as well as technical parameters of antennas and microwave devices. Best practice for the analysis of path profiles including line of sight aspects, selection of antenna, modulations scheme and frequency band is provided. Availability engineering of links is discussed as well as frequency and capacity planning for complex transmission networks. This includes the effective use of frequency raster and the analysis of network interference to achieve low interference and high frequency reuse.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, delegates will be familiar with the principles of microwave radio link planning and will be in the position to design individual microwave links as well as complete PtP and PtMP networks.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio communications and microwave link technology, who are interested in microwave link planning and who may be employed in regulators, telecoms operators and utility or transportation companies.

Contents

  • Spectrum regulation and licensing aspects
  • Relevant ITU recommendations
  • Wave propagation and effects
  • ITU propagation models
  • Path profile analysis
  • Microwave devices and antennas
  • Availability and error performance
  • Link budget calculation
  • Frequency planning and channel assignment
  • Interference analysis and network optimization

Dates

23. - 24.04.18
13. - 14.05.19

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

The design of microwave links requires complex calculations to dimension link capacity and availability or to assign frequencies. The planning tool CHIRplus_TC provides the required functionality in a user-friendly way and is essential for proper link design. The seminar introduces essential features to perform link engineering and planning tasks for Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint systems. The first day is dedicated to the general tool handling. The different database functions and configurations are presented and discussed with the delegates. The following days will cover the necessary steps to perform typical link calculations - from data input over the setting of required parameters to the calculations analyses. Finally, reports and data export options will be presented. The entire workflow that is required to execute microwave radio link planning tasks as well as the Point-to-Multipoint network planning process is covered. Additionally, an overview of further network technologies included in the Net Module will be introduced. The course is presented as classroom training with tool based exercises to be done by the delegates. After a very short introduction with a few theory slides the seminar will mostly focus on the topics by corresponding examples shown by the trainer and following dedicated exercises that are carried out by the delegates.

Course Objectives

After the training the delegates will be able to efficiently solve link planning and coordination tasks using CHIRplus_TC and to interpret the calculation results for microwave links and Point-to-Multipoint networks.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in radio communication and microwave link design and who are interested in the functionality provided by CHIRplus_TC.

Contents

  • Setup and configuration of CHIRplus_TC
  • Interaction with the Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  • Usage of databases and spreadsheets (especially filtering)
  • Point-to-Point microwave link design
  • Path profile and link budget
  • Reliability/availability analyses
  • Frequency planning and network optimization
  • Interference calculation and complete network analyses
  • Point-to-Multipoint network planning
  • Net Module: Overview of network technologies
  • Data import and export, reports and documentation

Dates

25. - 27.04.18
15. - 17.05.19

Course Fee

1,840 € (excluding VAT)

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This training is developed as tool training and involves the usage of our LS telcom software

“Planning and Coordination of Microwave Links (PtP/PtMP)” and “Radio Link Calculation and Coordination Tool – CHIRplus_TC” can be booked as full package as well as single courses. Package price for both courses: 2,790 € (excluding VAT).

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Training Focus

This course will introduce the world of digital terrain data as used in radio planning tools. This includes modules about basic map production, coordinate systems and storing of information in vector or raster format. The different terrain data types used in radio planning tools will be explained, further, the most common data sources, production processes, and quality criteria will be discussed. Finally, recommendations regarding the suitability of using terrain data for different radio communication services will be given.

Course Objectives

After completing the course, participants will be able to compare terrain data by data type, file format, resolution, coordinate system, accuracy, and source in order to specify the optimum data set for their tasks.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in GIS software, who are interested in digital terrain data and who may be employed as radio planners or system administrators for radio network planning and spectrum management tools.

Contents

  • Overview of terrain data types
  • Coordinate system, projection and data
  • Comparison vector versus raster data
  • Elevation and land use data
  • Maps for visualization
  • Population data
  • Conductivity data

Duration/Dates

1 day/on demand

Course Fee

690 € (excluding VAT)

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Training Focus

The training gives an introduction into the working on digital terrain data using CATCHit. Starting with an introduction into the Graphical User Interface (GUI), a presentation of the LS telcom terrain data format and an overview over the most important topics related to coordinate systems, projections and datum are given. The main processes for the creation, conversion and maintenance of terrain data in CATCHit will be demonstrated, as well as the use of the CATCHit module “Terrain Puzzler”. The training will involve the usage of the CATCHit module.

Course Objectives

After the seminar the participants will be trained in the handling of digital terrain data. They will learn how to create new maps, change the coloring, get knowledge about best suiting file formats and needed data sources to creation special data layer like population maps. They will be able to convert terrain data into other formats, change the resolution or coordinate system.

Intended for

This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge in GIS software and handling of digital terrain data, who are interested in CATCHit and who may be employed in terrain data administrators as well as new users of CATCHit and refreshers.

Contents

  • Introduction into the Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  • Terrain data formats
  • Coordinate system, projection and data
  • Geo-referencing a scanned map
  • Working with vectors
  • Creation of Digital Terrain Models (DTM), clutter maps and population maps
  • Working with the conversion module “Terrain Puzzler”

Duration/Dates

2 days/on demand

Course Fee

1,290 € (excluding VAT)

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This training is developed as tool training and involves the usage of our LS telcom software


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Phone: +49 (0) 7227 9535 482
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