Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (July 06, 2009) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — High Speed Wireless services are a key driver for economic growth. 3G & 3.5G networks have greatly enhanced mobile data service use, as well as underpinning broadband access in emerging economies. HSDPA has greatly increased user expectations for mobile wireless service performance. LTE and 4G will dominate wireless services over the next decade. UNI Strategic is proudly to organize Next Generation Broadband Wireless Architecture (4G/LTE) 2009 workshop which will be held on Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 28th-29th July 2008.
This course provides a detailed technical overview of LTE, 4G and related technologies. This course will begin with a detailed technical overview of current 3G & 3.5G developments, driven by HSDPA and HSUPA. LTE evolution, architecture and performance goals are then considered, followed by a detailed examination of the LTE radio interface. 4G standards developments, performance goals and trials are the outlined, followed by an over of 4G wireless technologies, spectrum use and mobility. WiMAX is then considered, followed by an examination of the IMS architecture underpinning emerging 3G, 3.5G and 4G services. The course concludes with a review of security measures for 3G, 4G and WiMAX.
The course facilitator is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Wollongong, has over 25 years commercial experience in the telecommunication industry, in both the United States and Australia. His extensive background in telecommunications research, consulting and University telecommunications program management underpins his course development and delivery. He has supervised a wide range of industry research projects, on Quality of Service mechanisms, Network Optimization, communication service delivery in remote desert environments, VOIP signaling (in conjunction with Columbia University). He has provided consulting services to industry and government in areas such as Quality of Service, routing, pricing and broadband service monitoring. He has also provided expert witness services for telecommunications and internet related matters. He has 15 years experience in industrial training, with clients including Telstra, Optus, Alcatel, Nortel, and Andrew Corporation and many more.