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January 31 - Day 5: Benchmark Testing of MIMO Performance
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1/31/2014  337 comments
In this lecture you will learn about benchmark test methods and challenges in achieving maximum performance of MIMO devices in a repeatable and reproducible manner. In addition, we will wrap up any loose ends from the previous days’ lectures and answer any remaining questions.
January 30 - Day 4: Open Air vs. Controlled Test Environment
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1/30/2014  373 comments
This lecture will examine real-life and controlled environment test methods and metrics. We will look at the tradeoffs of testing in open air vs. testing in an RF environment where real-life wireless channel conditions are emulated.
January 29 - Day 3: MIMO Over the Air (OTA) Test Methods
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1/29/2014  389 comments
Today we will discuss MIMO OTA test methods and the emerging standards. At the end of this lecture you will have an understanding of MIMO OTA test challenges and the many factors that impact MIMO throughput.
January 28 - Day 2: All You Ever Want to Know About Channel Emulation
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1/28/2014  380 comments
Today's lecture will get into the details of wireless channel modeling and channel emulation equipment. A complex but important topic, channel emulation is at the heart of MIMO testing. At the end of the lecture you will know the basic theory of channel modeling, understand the available solutions, and have an overview of relevant standards activities.
January 27 - Day 1: Wireless Technology Update
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1/27/2014  393 comments
This opening session will provide an overview of wireless technology and an update on the IEEE and LTE standards. We will focus on today’s key wireless technologies: WiFi and LTE. Our material will also include an overview of industry standards for wireless test.
October 25 - Day 5: Connected World
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10/25/2013  278 comments
In this final class, we will discuss a wide variety of emerging wireless applications and their requirements for network performance. In addition, we will wrap up any loose ends from the previous days’ lectures and answer any remaining questions.


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