3G Infocom Training Center conducts WCET training class online or face-to-face. Training is conducted by Dr. Daniel Wong.
Below is some information about Dr. Daniel Wong:
- Dr. Wong is in the panel of wireless communication trainers in the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineer (IEEE). Click here for more details about Dr. Daniel Wong from IEEE.
- Dr. Wong founded 3G Infocom Training Center in 2008. He graduated from Stanford University with a PhD in ICT.
- Dr. Wong taught ICT at the Malaysian University of Science and Technology. He is currently an adjunct Associate Professor at the University.
- Dr. Wong is the author of “Wireless Internet Telecommunications” (Artech House, 2004) and “Fundamentals of Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies” (Wiley, 2012).
Our WCET course contents cover:
- RF Engineering
- Wireless Access Technologies Part One
- Wireless Access Technologies Part Two
- Network and Service Architecture Part One
- Network and Service Architecture Part Two
- Network Management and Security
- Facilities Infrastructure
- Agreements, Standards, Policies & Regulations
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES (WCET)
A broad survey of wireless communications, including fundamental principles and concepts in RF, antennas, radio propagation, wireless access technologies (CDMA, OFDMA, cellular, wifi, wimax, etc.), network and service architectures, network management and security, plus brief introductions to facilities infrastructure, and agreements, standards, policies and regulations. This course is useful for engineers preparing for the (IEEE WCET) certification exam, but is also useful for engineers wanting a broad technical introduction to the wireless communications practice.
Pre-requisites: knowledge of basic foundations of electrical engineering and communication systems at the undergraduate level.
Length: 1 week (5 days)
WIRELESS INTERNET TELECOMMUNICATIONS
The growth of wireless and of the Internet in recent decades has been astounding, and it has transformed the way we live and work. In this course, we survey wireless internet telecommunications, exploring wireless technologies and IP-based technologies, from the perspectives of network and service architectures, mobility management, QoS, security and network management. Examples of crucial protocols will illustrate how functions related to mobility management, QoS, security, etc., are implemented in protocols used in real networks. While the emphasis is on, firstly, wireless cellular networks, and secondly, wireless LANs, other architectures like WiMAX networks and other paradigms like ad hoc networks and mesh networks, will be touched upon.
Pre-requisites: basic knowledge of data networking, especially IP networking
Length: 3 days
WIRELESS ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES
The first generation analog wireless cellular systems were an amazing breakthrough that allowed people to have wireless access to personal communications services and thus to enjoy freedom of mobility while communicating. 3 decades later, we have gone through several generations of technology advancements, and the pace of R&D in wireless access shows no sign of slowing down, and has even accelerated. Within the last decade alone, we have seen the emergence of 3G and WLAN, followed by 1xEV-DO, 1xEV-DV, HSPA, Wimax, LTE, etc. In this course, we will survey these technologies in two dimensions, one being specific functions like handoff, power control, error control, etc., and the other being system examples that show how these functions are integrated together in practice. While we would not have time to go into all the details of the systems, important aspects and engineering choices are selected and the rationale explained.
Pre-requisites: basic knowledge of Fourier transforms and signal processing.
Length: 3 days