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Radio Principles Fundamentals

Training Course Outline

Course Duration:
1 day

Training Course Description:
This course examines the fundamentals of Cellular systems in an overview format. It is assumed that the delegates will have little or no knowledge of the subject and will cover the basic concepts of Wireless system design, the cell base station, radio frequency channelisation and radio frequency propagation. Plus a brief look at antennas, towers and frequency power requirements.


This course includes the following modules:

History of Radio Communications

  • Mobile Radio Systems
  • Definition of Cellular Radio
  • Cellular System Concepts

The Cellular Market Regulatory Structure

  • MSA & RSAs
  • The A carrier & B carrier Designation
  • Initial Cellular Licensing

Fundamental Wireless System Design & Components

  • Frequency Reuse & Planning
  • Distance-to-Reuse Ratio
  • Call Handoff
  • The Hexagon Grid
  • Fundamental Cellular System Components

The Cell Base Station

  • Overview
  • Criteria & Methods for Cell Placement
  • Selecting Cell Site Locations
  • Cell Site Acquisition & Deployment
  • Base Station Shelters
  • Cells on Wheels (COWs)

Radio Frequency Channelisation

  • Paired Channels
  • Channel Spacing
  • Control Channel
  • Channel Sets

Radio-Frequency Propagation

  • Overview
  • Ducting
  • Signal Fading
  • The 800-MHz Band
  • Frequency Coordination
  • System Interference

Wireless Communication System Towers

  • Overview
  • Site Survey
  • Monopole Towers
  • Free-Standing Towers
  • Guyed Towers
  • Structural Design Options for Free-Standing Towers
  • Tower Loading
  • FAA Regulations
  • Tower Safety
  • Tower Leasing
  • Tower Maintenance

Antennas & Radio Frequency Power

  • Overview
  • Omni-directional Antenna
  • Gain
  • Collinear Array Antenna
  • Downtilt Antenna
  • Criteria used to determine selection of Base Station Antennas
  • Mobile Antenna
  • Antenna Quality
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Power


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