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Welcome to the World of 5G Wireless Networks

DIANA Advanced Tech Academy, now you have probably heard about the 5G phenomenon and world changing hype. Wireless carriers are racing to capture customers and market share by providing 5G services and products. 5G refers to 5th generation wireless network technology. Although several carriers purport to have launched 5G in limited cities in 2018, rollout of services and devices are anticipated to begin in 2019 and continue for several years. This article will touch on how RF Industries is participating in creating 5G.

Generations of Wireless Networks

Starting with the first generation (1G) in 1983, each successive generation of wireless networks has enabled mobility and proliferation of devices, applications and services. 2G was the first digital wireless network enabling basic data services and SMS messaging with 64 Kbps speeds. 3G offered faster data rates with basic mobile internet, games, music streaming and video calling. 4G began around 2010 featuring video, internet access and data speeds of 100 Mbps 4G launched around 2010 with video and internet access.

The Technology to Enable 5G

5G promises 100 times faster data speed. In addition to faster data speeds, 5G is about faster response or lag time. Technically referred to as latency, the lag time is the delay a command signal takes to travel through a network to initiate a response or action. 5G is expected to improve the latency by a factor of 10 compared to 4G. A third element of 5G is support of 100 times more mobile and fixed devices per square kilometer.

The 5G Journey

The initial impact of 5G will be faster mobile video download speeds. As the network, devices and applications deploy and evolve, self-driving cars, remote robotic surgery and Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) experiences are just some of the transformation experiences that 5G will enable. 5G will enable IoT (Internet of Things) through the wireless connection of millions of fixed and mobile devices. 5G will give birth to businesses, markets and services that are not defined at the initial roll-out.

5G Infrastructure Requirements

Despite what some believe, 5G does not begin with the first mobile or portable device connection to the network. The network infrastructure must be in place to support the mobile and fixed devices. To recognize the benefits of 5G, a massive overall of the network infrastructure is needed. The process to change the infrastructure for 5G began with changes to the 4G networks and will continue for several years. Network densification is one of the many changes.

5G Network Densification

For higher capacities, faster speeds, lower latency and more system capacity to be realized, additional cell sites need to be installed. The additional cell sites will be in the form of enhanced Macro Cells, Small Cells and in-building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) networks.

Unlike the larger tall tower large antenna array macro cell site, small cell is typically the size of a backpack and deployed on street lights, utility poles or sides of buildings. A small transmit/receive antenna is located on the top of the structure connected by a short coax cable run.

5G will require the installation of hundreds of thousands of small cells. In 2017 about 13,000 were installed. In 2018 about 60,000 were installed. Future infrastructure deployments are estimated to be 80% small cell installations.

Over 65% of mobile wireless connections occur in a building, stadium or structure. With buildings naturally acting as a barrier to signals, an in-building DAS network is necessary for ubiquitous 5G coverage.

Enabling wireless networks to function requires a lot of wires and other passive components. Macro cell, small cell, and in-building DAS networks require connections via coax, copper and fiber optic “wires”. Other passive components include Ethernet cables, hybrid cables, splitters, couplers, tappers, attenuators, loads, adapters.

About this Course

Take the next step in your career by gaining a greater understanding of 5G technology and how it is changing the way we operate both personally and professionally. Learn how 5G is revolutionizing the business world and begin to understand how 5G can benefit your business by helping you meet your ever-evolving needs. You do not need any prior knowledge of 5G or other wireless technology to take this course.

Understand what 5G technology is, the endless possibilities it offers, and how you can leverage it to enhance business strategy. - Receive 5G training from engineers at Diana Academy – a world leading training program in 5G tech and wireless communication. - Receive a Diana-branded certificate of completion that may help you get that next job or promotion.

  • Overview of wireless and cellular communications. 
  • Overview of the 5G NR vision. 
  • Introduction to 5G networks and features. 
  • Discuss 5G spectrum and mmWave. 
  • Learn about Massive MIMO and its impact on wireless technology. 
  • Discuss the evolution of the 5G radio access network (RAN). 
  • Dive into 5G private networks and industrial IoT. 
  • Overview of 5G security.
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of how 5G is revolutionizing the way we do business in the 2020s.
  • Learn about the technologies that make 5G possible, including mmWave, Massive MIMO, RAN, and more
  • Learn how companies can take advantage of 5G Private Networks and Industrial IoT to transform the way they operate on a daily basis.
  • Gain the base-level knowledge of 5G you need to continue your wireless education and advance in the rapidly-growing field of wireless technology.
  • Wireless Network
  • mmWave
  • Industrial IoT
  • Massive MIMO
  • 5G

What you will learn from this course

Take the next step in your career by gaining a greater understanding of 5G technology and how it is changing the way we operate both personally and professionally. Learn how 5G is revolutionizing the business world and begin to understand how 5G can benefit your business by helping you meet your ever-evolving needs. You do not need any prior knowledge of 5G or other wireless technology to take this course.

Time Taken: 2 hours to complete

Topic: Wireless and Cellular Communications Overview


Begin your 5G journey by learning about the foundations of wireless and cellular communications. In this module, we focus on the core principles of wireless communication and how key wireless technologies give us the mobile experience to which we are accustomed. This module will also give you the basis you need to dive into and understand the key technological components on which 5G is built.

Time Taken: 2 hours to complete

Topic: What is 5G and Why Do We Need It?


Now that we've covered the basics of wireless communication, let's discuss what 5G is and why it is important. In this module, we talk about the key technological drivers of 5G and what 5G is capable of.

Time Taken: 2 hours to complete

Topic: 5G Network and Features


In this module, we dive into the wireless technologies that make 5G possible and learn how the different technologies interact to give us a 5G experience. After completing this module, you will have a greater understanding of key 5G technologies and features such as mmWave, Massive MIMO, Network Slicing, Mobile Edge Computing, and more.

Time Taken: 2 hours to complete

Topic: 5G Spectrum and mmWave


Millimeter Wave (mmWave) is a key aspect of 5G, so it is important to understand how 5G works in the mmWave spectrum and why mmWave is necessary for an optimal 5G experience. In this module, we discuss the 5G spectrum, 5G mmWave, and how mmWave can be deployed in a variety of scenarios in both indoor and outdoor environments. We also learn from several case studies of real-life mmWave deployments and their realistic performance advantages.

Time Taken: 1 hours to complete

Topic: Massive MIMO


In this module, we discuss the importance of Massive MIMO and how it fits into the 5G landscape. We'll talk about what Massive MIMO is, what it enables, and why it is necessary for 5G. We conclude this module by learning more from case studies of real-life Massive MIMO deployments.

Time Taken: 1 hours to complete

Topic: 5G Radio Access Network (RAN)


In this module, we dive into the Radio Access Network (RAN) and what it looks like in the world of 5G. We discuss the evolution of RAN technology and how this evolution has led to 5G. We also talk about the key benefits we experience as companies and consumers as a result of the RAN evolution.

Time Taken: 1 hours to complete

Topic: 5G Private Networks and Industrial IoT


5G private networks and Industrial IoT are becoming increasingly popular in the business world, as companies are beginning to understand their benefits and potential. In this module, we dive into 5G private networks, their architecture, their benefits for industrial IoT, and how they are changing the way businesses operate and communicate.

Time Taken: 1 hours to complete

Topic: 5G Security


As we continue to move more of our personal and professional lives online, digital security is crucial. In this module, we study 5G's approach toward data and network security and how 5G can enhance your personal and professional privacy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Access to lectures and assignments depends on your type of enrollment. If you take a course as live instructor training mode, you will be able to get the most course materials at the delegate login portal post the course booking.  After the completion of the course, which requires to pass an internal Quiz exam with 75 % aggregate, the Certificate of Completion will be awarded to you. This certificate will be available to download after passing the exam. Every Diana’s courses exam has a total of 3 attempts that allows you to clear your exam. Also, additionally the hard copy of certificate will be shipped to your registered address.

When you book the course you get access to all course materials, including the assignments. Upon completing the course, your electronic Certificate will be added to your Delegate > Login > Accomplishments page - from there, you can download your Certificate or add it to your LinkedIn profile.

After completing this course, we recommend visiting our website to see the wide array of courses we offer that may fit your interests. We offer more in-depth introductions to 5G, advanced technical seminars, and everything in between. And if you're looking to broaden your wireless skills to C-V2X or Wi-Fi, we have courses on those subjects as well.

We are happy to provide a discount for individuals who have already taken a basic course in 5G and wish to take an advanced course from Diana’s. Please visit the Diana Academy website and use the code in the Offers page of Delegate login Portal for 50 percent off in the advanced course. 

NOTE : The discount is only valid for advanced 5G course if you have already taken a basic course and The code is valid for one use per user.

Yes! We are happy to provide a discount for individuals who have taken our course. Please visit the DIANA ADVANCED TECH Academy website and use the code in the Offers page of your Delegate Login Portal !  for 30 percent off any course. The code is valid for one use per user if the user books another course before 3 months after the completion of the first training.

Professional development is important for anyone aiming to succeed in their industry, and the field of wireless communication is no different. As 5G begins to transform the digital world and how we operate on a personal and professional level, it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest technology so you have the best chance of succeeding in the field

The following is a breakdown of who should consider signing up for 5G training:

Wireless Engineers of All Levels: Any wireless engineer should receive 5G training to stay informed on the latest industry trends. After all, the wireless engineering field is rapidly evolving. So, as an engineer, you want to ensure you’re an expert on the latest wireless technologies.

Business Professionals in the Wireless Communication Field: 5G training is not only for wireless engineers. As a business professional or other non-engineer, it is still important to stay up to date on the latest industry trends. To illustrate, if you’re a marketing professional working in wireless communication, you should at least have a baseline understanding of how 5G technology works so you know what you’re marketing. Additionally, if you’re a corporate strategist, you must understand 5G and its impact on businesses so you can develop a comprehensive business plan based on the latest industry trends. 

Business Professionals Looking to Stay Ahead of the Curve:

As 5G private networks evolve, more and more businesses will rely on their own 5G networks for day-to-day operations. This means that non-engineers must be familiar with 5G technology and how it impacts business operations and communication.

 operations and communication.

5G training can cover a variety of topics, depending on the type of training. To illustrate, the DIANA Advanced Tech Academy offers the following types of 5G training:

  • Introductory 5G courses for non-engineers
  • Technical seminars for beginning engineers
  • Advanced technical seminars for experienced wireless engineers
  • Advanced seminars about specific 5G technologies

To learn more about the different types of courses we offer, please visit our website after completing this course.

5G/wireless technology is a rapidly growing field with lots of jobs available at multiple experience levels. The two main job categories that work within 5G are "Wireless Engineer" and "Wireless Technician." Within these categories, there are dozens of positions at all types of companies.

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