mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training

mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training

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mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training Course In the Nutshell

mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training presents the fundamentals of millimeter wave technologies including 28 GHz and ISM 60 GHz (802.11ad, and 802.11ay) and applications for anyone who need to be grounded in the fundamentals of millimeter wave technologies.

mmW technology is based on the spectrum between 30 GHz and 300 GHz, which is referred to as the millimeter wave band. Because the wavelengths for these frequencies are about one to ten millimeters, the mmW are used to label the technologies and applications using these bands. Millimeter wave propagation has its own peculiarities and characteristics of radio signal propagation at millimeter wave frequencies and their implications for spectrum management are key concepts covered in this training course.

mmW Training, Millimeter Wave Training will fill the gaps in understanding of mmW technologies. mmW training also illustrates the fundamental concepts of millimeter wave and highlights the importance of several aspects of mmW technologies, applications and trends. The mmW propagation mechanisms and principles that affect the millimeter signal path from the transmitter to the receiver are discussed in details. Coverage is discussed using the link budget examples for mmW systems. mmW training course also presents and discusses the needs of necessary tools useful for millimeter wave analysis, modeling, simulation, planning/design, deployment, and optimization.

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● If you are familiar with some aspects of this mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the mmW Training | Millimeter Wave Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

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mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training – What You Will Learn:

Upon completing this mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

● Explain the key concepts behind mmW technologies and applications
● Contrast mmW deployment with Microwave communications deployment
● Discuss various mmW key components
● List key measurement, analysis, and identification concepts of physical parameters, and statistical representations of mmWave propagation channels
● Describe mmW propagation mechanisms
● Explain various aspects of mmW design and link budget
● Summarize the approaches used for mmW technology design and implementation
● Outline KPIs that quantify mmW performance
●Explain how tools can be used during various stages of the mmW systems engineering including analysis, modeling, design, simulation, deployment, operations and optimization

mmW Technology Training | Millimeter Wave Training – Course Syllabus:

Millimeter Wave (mmW) Technology at a Glance

Introduction to mmW
Millimeter wave definition
Key benefits of mmW technology
mmW frequency band applications
mmW technology overview
Millimeter wave technology potential applications
The mmW band and the bandwidth
mmW / Sub-mmW
Technical features and functions
Enabling technologies
Innovations
System considerations
System Stand-Off / Operation Range
Issues and performance considerations
The propagation characteristics of millimeter waves
“Optical” propagation characteristics
Loss of signal due to atmospheric effects
mmW propagation characteristics
mmW signal loss
Effect of atmospheric oxygen, humidity, fog and rain
Regulatory compliances
Standards
IEEE 802.11ad and IEEE 802.15.3c
Maximum range of mmW link
Reliability ad availability
Performance of a typical system

mmW Technologies and Applications

Definition of frequency bands
Extremely high frequency (EHF)
Millimeter band (IEEE)
Frequency and Wavelength ranges
Overview of K / L / M bands (NATO)
Overview of IEEE Ka / V / W / mm bands
mmW Applications
Scientific research
Satellite-based remote sensing
Atmosphere by measuring radiation emitted from oxygen
Telecommunications
Weapons systems
Millimeter wave radar
Imaging
Millimeter wave based technologies
Active circuit Physical model
Simulation mmW transistor
Maxwell equation
Finite difference method
Time domain method
Hydrodynamics Transport process
mmW amplifiers
mmW antennas
VSWR, Return loss, gain patterns, and radiated power
Antenna return loss and near- and far-field gains

mmW Propagation and Loses

ITU Atmospheric Attenuation Model
Atmospheric gaseous losses
Transmission losses
Effects of molecules of oxygen, water vapor and other gaseous atmospheric constituents
LOS (Line-of-Sight)
mmW Attenuation
Obstructions and foliage
Foliage losses
mmW Scattering/Diffraction
The high free space loss and atmospheric absorption
Effect on propagation
Spectrum utilization through frequency reuse
Reflected and focused by small metal surfaces
Diffracted and diffuse reflection
Sky noise temperature or brightness temperature
Multipath propagation
Indoor walls and surfaces
Fading
Doppler shift of frequency
Automated guns (CIWS) on naval ships
Nonlethal weapon system
Active Denial System (ADS) Electromagnetic shielding
Knife-edge effect
FCC bulletin on MMW propagation
FCC 70/80/90 GHz overview
FCC 57–64 GHz rules
Deflecting magnetic field shield

Modeling and Simulation of mmW

Signal Loss through Atmosphere
Millimeter-wave regime
mmW channel models
Development of channel models
measurement, analysis, and identification of physical parameters
Statistical representations of mmWave propagation channels
Signal propogation in non-line-of-sight conditions
Shadowing due to foliage
Interposition of the objects between the transmitter and the receiver
Path loss over a given distance
Measurement data and channel models
Performance of a millimeter wave link
Calculating mmW signal loss (dB/km)
Oxygen
Sea Level
Humidity
Heavy Fog
Cloud Burst
Rain
Rate of rainfall, millimeters per hour
Various rain rates and the
Corresponding amount of attenuation of millimeter wave

mmW Modeling and Simulation

mmW simulation and modleing
System simulation of a mmW
Simulating Electromagnetic wave propagation
Software for simulating mmW design components
Modeling and analysis for mmW technology
Simple device modeling
Noise Modeling
Transistor Model
Quasi-Optical modeling
Eeffects of other phenomena on mmW
ccurate mmW modeling with the innovative beam envelope method
Sinusoidal signals
Time-harmonic in the frequency domain
Solving mmW propagation problems using methods
Discretization of Maxwell’s equations
mmW Channel Model simulator software
Statistical channel model and simulation code
Prediction accuracy, sensitivity, and parameter stability of large-scale propagation path loss models
Electro-Thermal resistor code
Noise modeling
Electro-Thermal physical transistor model
Modeling of a Quasi-Optical power combiner
Parallel circuit simulation
Distributions
Realistic assessment of mmW technologies
Simulation and Modeling of a millimeter-Wave Microstrip Antenna
Microstrip patch antenna with a planar configuration
The antenna performance

ITS Millimeter–wave Propagation Model (MPM)

Refractivity N for atmospheric conditions
Specific rates of power attenuation and propagation delay
Real Part of Refractivity/N’ [ppm] Imaginary Part of Refractivity, N” [ppm] Non-dispersive Refractivity/No [ppm] Attenuation/ 0.1820 F N” [dB/km] Dispersive Delay, 3.3356 N’ [ps/km] Total Delay/3.3356 (N’ + No) [ps/km
Input data
Frequency (F), pressure (P), temperature (T), relative humidity (RH), and rain rate (RR)
Haze model to predict water droplet density (W) for four climate zones (Rural, Urban, Maritime, Maritime+Strong Wind)
Hygroscopic aerosol reference density (wA)
RH as a suspended water droplet density i
Simulation of fog or cloud conditions
Partial vapor pressure
Water droplets or ice particles impact to attenuation and delay

mmW Systems Engineering

mmW ciruit design
Transceiver architecture
Challenges
Major accomplishments
Major issues
Power delay profile of a single antenna
Hardware design
receive antenna multiplexer
Multiplexed waveforms
Best lessons learned
System planning
Analysis of Millimeter Wave Beam
ConOps
Systems requirements
Design
Modeling and simulation
Implementation
Testing, verification, integration and validation
Operations
Best lessons learned

Case Studies and Projects Overview

mmW applicatin case studies
mmW system case studies
mmW technology case studies
Trends and evolution

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