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TCM 128A - Spectrum Planning and Management

Code Start Date Duration Venue
TCM 128A 22 July 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TCM 128A 26 August 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TCM 128A 30 September 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TCM 128A 04 November 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TCM 128A 09 December 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Spectrum Planning & Management is the combination of administrative, scientific and technical procedures necessary to ensure the efficient operation of radio network. Simply stated, spectrum planning & management is the overall process of regulating and administering use of the radio frequency spectrum. The goal of spectrum planning & management is to maximize spectrum efficiency and revenue  generation with minimum OPEX. Rules and regulations, based on relevant legislation, form a regulatory and legal basis for the spectrum management process.

Course Objectives

  • Explaining Frequency & Standards
  • Exploring Spectrum and RF Planning and Robust NW
  • Discussing Frequency Economics & Turkish Frequency Tenders
  • Understanding its  Effects on Market & Roadmap
  • Understanding spectrum pricing concepts in order to deal and discuss with regulatory office
  • Understanding the relationship between spectrum and revenue generation

Who Should Attend?

  • Technical Managers
  • Telecommunication professionals
  • Technicians
  • Engineers
  • Telecommunication engineering student
  • Regulation Autorities
  • Strategy Group Staff

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Frequency & Standards
  • Frequency Basics
  • What is frequency?
  • Main parameters
  • Frequency allocations
  • Standards review
  • Frequency allocations for systems
  • Propagation and FSL
  • Interference
  • Modulation
  • Human safety

Day 2

  • Frequency & Standards Continued 
  • Standards and emerging technologies
  • ITU organizations
  • ITU recs
  • Technologies utilizing the spectrum
  • Technology roadmap for emerging systems
  • Frequency allocation considerations for future use
  • ITU work group studies and structure for the forthcoming technologies

Day 3

  • Spectrum and RF Planning and Robust NW
  • Spectrum planning and management
  • Spectrum Band Plan
  • Policies in Spectrum Band Planning
  • New Spectrums Bands
  • Differences between Premium and Standard Spectrum
  • Related Technical Standards
  • Countries and multi-vendors boarders Planning

Day 4

  • Spectrum and RF Planning and Robust NW Continued 
  • Mobile NW overview and RF Engineering Basics
  • Mobile NW topology
  • Radio NW basics
  • Transport NW basics
  • Cellular system planning
  • Urban area coverage, building penetration and rural Coverage considerations
  • Interference issue and overshooting

Day 5

  • Spectrum and RF Planning and Robust NW Continued 
  • Reframing of Spectrum
  • Basics of Reframing
  • Mobile radio communications systems
  • More robust GSM/GPRS voice systems and HSPA+/LTE in booms the data services
  • Latest advances in mobile broadband brought by UMTS, HSPA+, LTE, LTE-A, LTE_A Pro and 5G
  • GSM bands in 900 MHz and 1800 MHz
  • UMTS bands within the 900/21 00 MHz frequencies
  • LTE 700/800/1800/2100 MHz in the spectrum
  • Single and dual mode bands reframing
  • 5G GHz bands