Broadband Communications & Networking
This three-day course is designed for engineers and managers who are involved with broadband communications, networking, modems, voice, data, and video distribution and the infrastructure to provide high-speed communication to the home or office, and to provide ubiquitous coverage inside the residence or complex. This course provides an overall look at many types of distribution and networking that can be used in wireless systems today. This course also covers a wide variety of different modulation schemes and spread spectrum techniques to allow higher data rates and reduce jammer susceptibility.
Scott R. Bullock, P.E., MSEE specializes in Wirelss Communications including Spread Spectrum Systems and Broadband Communication Systems for both government and commercial. He holds numerous patents in communications and published several articles in various trade magazines. He was active in establishing the data link standard for GPS SCAT-I landing systems and developed spread spectrum landing systems for the government. He is the author of two books, "Transceiver and System Design for Digital Communications" & "Broadband Communications and Home Networking", Noble Publishing. He has published numerous technical articles, an adjunct professor at ITT and a guest lecturer for Polytechnic University on "Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum and Multiple Access Technologies."
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