* Some courses can also be taught WebLive

Onsite Training: General Wireless, WiMAX, Other

This page lists general courses on wireless technologies that don’t fit into a particular technology category. It also lists courses on WiMAX (including Fixed WiMAX, IEEE 802.16, and Mobile WiMAX, IEEE 802.16e onward) and other less frequently requested technologies. If you’re looking for WiFi courses, those are on our Short-Range Wireless page. If this is the only Eogogics wireless curriculum you have viewed thus far, be aware: We have lots of wireless courses in many different categories. So if you don’t see what you’re looking for, you can browse our full wireless curriculum or use the search function on top of this page to look for it.

You may also want to check out our Onsite Training: 4G LTE, LTE Advanced, VoLTE curriculum.
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I Want My 4G Now: LTE vs. WiMAX. Not!

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e-Learning – WiMAX Short Course

A 43-slide Power Point presentation that overviews the WiMAX network architecture, physical layer, and MAC layer.

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WiMAX Technology Overview for Technical Audiences (Course W-WMX2)

Starting with a critique of WiMAX within the “the 3 A’s framework” (Access, Applications, Affordability), we look at the WiMAX performance parameters, address the major objections to WiMAX [such as security, Quality of Service (QoS), and interference mitigation], and discuss applications where WiMAX is a cost-effective solution.

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