The primary objective of this training course is to familiarize you with what should be considered when planning the proposed link end sites, including grounding, lightning protection and equipment location for the wireless device, power supply, AUX-ODU-LPU-L and AUX-ODU-LPU-G unit.
The primary objective of this training course is to familiarize you with the necessary settings and actions you need to take to establish a PtP or a PtMP link with InfiNet Wireless models from InfinLINK 2x2 and InfiMAN 2x2 families. It also covers basic link commissioning and evaluation we recommend you to perform to the already installed link in the field.
This course describes the switching subsystem implemented in the MINT protocol used in devices InfiLINK 2x2 and InfiMAN 2x2 families. Switch groups, access and trunk ports configuration, QinQ and IGMP Snooping technologies are reviewed. In addition, popular aggregation and redundancy scenarios are detaily shown with configuration examples.
This course provides a high-level description of the InfiLINK XG products family used for a "Point-to-Point" topology. It describes in general terms the function of the product, main product varieties and the typical deployment. It also describes main hardware components. Interactive instructions in the test part will guide you through such practical issues as a firmware upgrade, an antenna alignment, an initial link configuration and a VLAN switching.
This course is devoted to the work with link planning tool: InfiPLANNER.
Over this course you will get to know "point-to-point" and "point-to-multipoint" design modes, as well as learn about the specific peculiarities of working with the software tool. The course includes interactive lessons that allow you to get basic practical skills of working with InfiPLANNER.
This course provides the Quanta 5 products family description, which is used for a "Point-to-Point" wireless link establishment. It reviews main features and functions of the product. Full cycle of the devices installation from planning stage till mounting on the pole, as well as complete configurtion process are described in simple form with visual schemes and practical lessons.
The Quanta 70 family operates in the frequency range totally different from the classical 5 GHz. Thus requires carefully study of it's specific and parameters. This course gives the whole necessary information about operation in 70.5-76 GHz frequency range as well as complete description of configuration processes with examples and practical lessons.
The course includes the wireless communications theoretical foundations. Here you will find such information as the radio signals physical basis, effects appeared during their distribution, main types of wireless networks and parameters used in estimation of communication channels.