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Get the new CEHv10 credential in-person or online live April 9-13 with EC-Council Master Instructor Kevin Cardwell for under $2000!
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New! Certified Ethical Hacker
CEH BOOT CAMP: Vancouver April 9-13

Get CEH Certification completed and awarded in five days!
- Printed course materials included
- eBook course materials also included
- CEHv9 exam in-class
- Finish the week with your certification in-hand
Value pricing: CAD$2995

Compare to US$4995 from other providers, offering inferior online "virtual" classroom, without printed materials, and without exam pass insurance, and you'll agree this is a very good deal.

Get away from distractions at your desk for a week to concentrate and learn with a professional instructor and hands‑on labs. Interact and network with classmates, write the exam in-class and finish the week with the famous and highly-valuable EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker credential in-hand.
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Course Update!

Course 130 Voice over IP, SIP, Security, 5G and the Internet of Everything

Two‑day vendor‑independent training course for non‑engineers, covering VoIP and SIP fundamentals, jargon, buzzwords and technologies. Plus, a comprehensive section on security, everything from encryption to Trojans, and finishing with a discussion of upcoming technologies: 5G wireless and the Internet of Everything.

You will gain a solid understanding of Voice over IP, the concepts, the jargon and technologies, plus a solid overview and update in the essential area of security. ...not to mention a head start on 5G and IoT.

check out the fluid design / responsive course web page!
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Tutorial: 5G Wireless

Now that 4G cellular mobile is settled, talk is now turning to 5G.

The first thing to know about 5G is that there are currently no standards, no detailed agreement on what exactly it will be. But we have a number of general indicators to guide the discussion:

1. 5G will employ radio frequencies well above what is currently used for cellular.
The current frequency bands for 3G/4G cellular top out at about 2.6 GHz. Proposals for frequency bands for 5G include "millimeter wave" bands, that is, wavelengths varying between 1 and 10 mm, which correspond to frequencies between about 30 and 300 GHz. No doubt, in the future, there will be unified 5G systems with variations operating in all frequency bands; but the current emphasis is on new technology in the millimeter wave bands.

2. 5G will provide very high bit rates.
With carrier frequencies at 30 GHz and above, very wide frequency bands around those center frequencies can be employed, allowing the radio frequency modems to achieve high numbers of bits per second. In addition, Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output (MIMO) designs can implement massive parallel communications, radically increasing the capacity available to a user. Initial designs and trials have measured 5 Gb/s (5,000 Mb/s). No doubt, this will be pushed beyond 10 Gb/s.

3. Initially, 5G will not be a replacement for 4G.
At millimeter wave frequencies, in-building penetration and refraction around obstacles is poor, and the atmosphere attenuates (diminishes) the signal to the point that line-of-sight between the antennas is necessary, and useful transmission range is measured in the hundreds of meters (yards). This means that the first deployments of 5G will be in environments where base stations can be closely spaced.

One application for all this bandwidth is traffic control: going beyond today's standalone self-driving vehicles to vehicles communicating with each other and with traffic control systems, with base stations deployed on street lights as suggested by the picture.

We'll be covering this on the last day of BOOT CAMP
Teracom Newsletter May 2017
Teracom Newsletter May 2017
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Check out the all-new Online Courses page, featuring fluid / responsive design!
It should shrink and expand to look good on phones and tablets.
(you can check out the effect by resizing your browser window)

The new page even a carousel of customer comments at the bottom!

Does it look good on your screen? Let us know in the comments!
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Fundamentals of Voice over IP is a solid introduction to everything Voice over IP.

New course! Fundamentals of Voice over IP

You’ll learn the fundamental ideas and principles of VoIP and SIP,
as well as all of the jargon and terminology – and what it all means!

This course can be taken by anyone who needs to get up to speed on all things VoIP. You will gain career-enhancing knowledge of the components and operation of Voice over IP systems, and learn what all of the jargon and buzzwords mean.

Launch special! Save $20, get this course for only $29.
Use coupon 1260

Unlimited repeats, no expiry date.
30-day 100% money-back guarantee.

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New video! This is part of the introductory lesson of CTNS Course 2206 Wireless Telecommunications.

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For more information:

Course page:

CTNS Certification page:

Wireless Telecommunications is a comprehensive course on wireless, mobile telecommunications plus wireless LANs and satellites.

We begin with basic concepts and terminology including base stations and transceivers, mobile switches and backhaul, handoffs, cellular radio concepts and digital radio concepts.

Then, we cover spectrum-sharing technologies and their variations in chronological order: GSM/TDMA vs. CDMA for second generation, 1X vs. UMTS CDMA for third generation along with their data-optimized 1XEV-DO and HSPA, how Steve Jobs ended the standards wars with the iPhone and explaining the OFDM spectrum-sharing method of LTE for 4G.

This course is completed with a lesson on WiFi, or more precisely, 802.11 wireless LANs, and a lesson on satellite communications.

You’ll gain a solid understanding of the key principles of wireless and mobile networks:
• Coverage, capacity and mobility
• Why cellular radio systems are used
• Mobile network components and operation
• Registration and handoffs
• Digital radio
• “Data” over cellular: Internet access
• Cellular technologies: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, OFDM
• Generations: 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G
• Systems: GSM, UMTS, 1X, HSPA, LTE
• WiFi, 802.11 wireless LANs
• Satellite communications
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