Duration: 2 days

Course Description:

With the rapid growth of broadband wireless networks, the demand for spectrum is only expected to grow. The RF Spectrum (3 kHz – 300 GHz) is a scarce resource and needs to be judiciously administered and regulated in the interest of equity and fair play in the telecom market-place. The purpose of Spectrum Management is to promote an efficient use of this scarce resource and promote a net social benefit. The course provides participants with an understanding of current RF spectrum management practices encompassing spectrum management policies, spectrum engineering, spectrum economics, spectrum operations, spectrum monitoring and enforcement.

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Who will Benefit:

Telecom Managers, Engineers, Regulators and all those involved in crafting RF spectrum management policies and issues.

Prerequisites:

A general understanding of telecommunications is required or have attended the Telecom Crash Course.

Technical Level:

17.1

Mode of Delivery:

Instructor led classes, demonstrations, videos and discussions.

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