|Date||22 - 26 Nov 2021|
|Course Name||Architecture & System Design of NB-IoT Transceivers|
|No. of Days||5|
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The internet of Things (IoT) has been receiving a lot of attention in recent years. Despite the hype, the market has been slow to develop. Billions of devices are already connected to the internet, but as a quiet IoT revolution happens in the background, billions more are becoming accessible.
One of the main considerations for IoT enginners is how to connect a device. During this 5-day course, you will learn more about Narrow Band IoT, which is a standard defined by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) for connecting devices to the internet via cellular networks. You will also cover the development fo transceiver architectures, as well as how to take a top-level specification and break it down into blocks to design a first-class architecture.
Benefit from hands-on lab work using the National Instruments AWR simulator and deepen your understanding using Octave.