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    WWLF is proud to introduce IMPACT…


    Our mission at Women's Wireless Leadership Forum is to provide networking opportunities, educational enhancement and career development for all women in the wireless industry. To serve our membership and ensure that members receive considerable value for annual subscriptions, we have decided to offer a NEW BENEFIT…IMPACT

    IMPACT is a Women Wireless Leadership Forum’s Discussion Group

    The purpose of this group is to facilitate a meeting of the minds and foster discussion to support, empower and enrich the lives of our members.

    Let’s…Meet New People

    Let’s…Learn Something New

    Let’s…Share Ideas

    Let’s…Encourage Each Other

    Let’s…Have Fun

    Let’s…POSITIVELY IMPACT EACH OTHER’S LIVES

    • 28 Nov 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar

    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    November 28, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The cellular industry is facing the challenge of coping with the increasing number of mobile broadband data users with limited radio resources. This course provides an overview of Small Cell architecture and how it improves network performance and service quality by offloading the burden from the large macro-cells. Designed for all audiences, this course examines the fundamentals of both tools and discusses the appropriate application of each.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 



    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    November 28, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The cellular industry is facing the challenge of coping with the increasing number of mobile broadband data users with limited radio resources. This course provides an overview of Small Cell architecture and how it improves network performance and service quality by offloading the burden from the large macro-cells. Designed for all audiences, this course examines the fundamentals of both tools and discusses the appropriate application of each.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 

    • 05 Dec 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar


    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    December 5, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    Macro Site Fundamentals introduces the central theories related to Macro tower design, planning, troubleshooting, and maintenance. The course teaches students how to read and interpret engineering data-sheets for various hardware components, and co-siting techniques are introduced for multiband, multi-technology cell tower for efficient design of RF Data Sheets. Key topics include troubleshooting concepts, types of equipment and hardware components, line sweeping, PIM, and DTF (distance-to-fault) concepts.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 



    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    November 28, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The cellular industry is facing the challenge of coping with the increasing number of mobile broadband data users with limited radio resources. This course provides an overview of Small Cell architecture and how it improves network performance and service quality by offloading the burden from the large macro-cells. Designed for all audiences, this course examines the fundamentals of both tools and discusses the appropriate application of each.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 

    • 12 Dec 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar


    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    December 12, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The first two phases of 5G standards have been released, but the commercial deployment of 5G mobile networks is yet to start. Interest, investment, and declarations of initial trials in various parts of the world continue to increase in preparation for the full and final standard due out by 2020.

    This course provides an overview of 5G capabilities and use-cases based on the current field trials. 5G is reviewed from the perspective of cellular operators, regulators, and academia. The course evaluates the driving forces behind 5G efforts, timeline, key requirements of 5G, and pre-5G activities in the cellular infrastructure domain. Key topics include future road-maps for key operators, guidelines on spectrum and regulatory initiatives, and academic research on millimeter waves, massive MIMO, and IoT. The course also debunks various myths of 5G and its deployment.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 



    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    November 28, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The cellular industry is facing the challenge of coping with the increasing number of mobile broadband data users with limited radio resources. This course provides an overview of Small Cell architecture and how it improves network performance and service quality by offloading the burden from the large macro-cells. Designed for all audiences, this course examines the fundamentals of both tools and discusses the appropriate application of each.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 

    • 19 Dec 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar


    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    December 19, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    5G New Radio (NR) specifications enable more flexibility in cellular systems and introduce new ways to use spectrum in sub-6 GHz and mmWave frequencies. New physical layer standards define an air interface which will support many use cases expected in 5G. This course reviews 5G NR coexistence with other wireless communication systems. Three primary use cases of 5G will also be reviewed with greater detail – enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), ultra-reliable and low latency communications (URLLC), and massive machine-type communication (mMTC). The course addresses the challenges inherent with tackling issues such as new frequency spectrum, wide bandwidth, MIMO, and Beam Steering. 5G NR non-standalone mode (NSA) and standalone mode (SA) will be reviewed to understand the future role of the 5G base station (gNB).


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 


    Hosted by

    WIA's Telecommunications Education Center

    WHEN:

    November 28, 2018
    1:00 PM Eastern to 4:30 PM Eastern

    ABOUT:

    The cellular industry is facing the challenge of coping with the increasing number of mobile broadband data users with limited radio resources. This course provides an overview of Small Cell architecture and how it improves network performance and service quality by offloading the burden from the large macro-cells. Designed for all audiences, this course examines the fundamentals of both tools and discusses the appropriate application of each.


    CONTACT:

    Contact Kimberly Curley, WIA Director of Workforce Development at Kimberly.Curley@wia.org for additional detail.  WWLF Members and Sponsors qualify for discounted registration. 

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