Wireless for Businessmen: Class Open to the Public

Date: March 24-26, 2010

Location: Ashburn, VA (Washington, DC metro area)

Cost: $1,995

Instructor: Dr. Robert Morrow


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Target Audience

Executives, managers, sales/marketing personnel, business strategists, policy makers, investors, attorneys, and others who needs to have a thorough understanding of the technology and business of wireless communications to be effective in their jobs.


While there are no formal prerequisites for this course, a degree of ease with technology-related issues will be helpful.

Course in a Nutshell

This 2.5-3 days course will not only help you master the jargon of wireless but also place the rapidly evolving wireless technology in its historical perspective. The course will discuss wireless in layman’s terms, but without sacrificing the technical depth or accuracy.

We will begin by learning the key concepts, techniques, and principles that underlie analog/digital communications and networking, and how they all came together in the “cellular” revolution that led to today’s wireless networks. We will also learn about the drivers, capabilities, and key applications of the emerging 2.5/3G and 4G technologies now under implementation around the world.

Upon course completion, you will have acquired a broad understanding of how wireless networks work, the forces that drove the evolution of the technology from one stage to the next, and the future of wireless – both from the technical and business perspectives. This will help you pose the correct questions and make the correct business decisions.

Learn How To:

  • Explain the important telecommunications, networking, and cellular communications concepts and techniques that underlie all wireless networks
  • Define the important terms related to wireless networks and technologies
  • Explain how wireless evolved, the various technology families, their geographic distribution, and their interrelationships
  • Describe the strengths, limitations, and operation of each of the major wireless technologies now in use around the world
  • List the factors that are driving the emergence of 2.5G, 3G, 4G, LTE, and WiMAX technologies
  • Describe how 2.5G/3G, 4G, LTE, and WiMAX technologies fit into the wireless marketplace
  • Explain the essentials of site planning and optimization
  • Describe the antenna systems employed by the cellular technologies

Detailed Course Outline

Please view this PDF for the detailed course outline.