The courses in this cargory all pertain to the field of wireless tetchnolgy and best practices in System Design, Project Management, Installation, Site Commissioning, Troubleshooting and Maintnenance.

Intro to Telecommunications

Course Length: On-line 2 Hours

Prerequisites: A fundamental understanding of telecommunications transmission principles will be useful for students taking this course.  This course can be customized or combined to meet specific system requirements.

Course Objective: This course is for technical and non-technical students who are new to telecommunications. This is introductory material with day one covering a technical math review; followed by voice and data services including wiring standards.  This is a great course for managers and supervisors with little technical experience. 

Radio over IP

Course Length: On-line approximately 3 hours, 3 Modules

A fundamental understanding of telecommunications transmission principles will be useful for students taking this course. This class is available as an instructor led class.

Course Objectives:
Radio over IP (Internet Protocol) is a three module course designed to show how two-way radio traffic is now being transported over IP networks.  The course will include an overview of RF and radio waves and antenna systems including propagation loss and antenna gain. There will also be a discussion on regulation and unlicensed vs licensed systems.  The course will focus on deploying IP based networks over various radio services and the migration of transport technologies such as T1 into the Ethernet/IP world. Where applicable vendor equipment can be discussed.


Course Length: Approximately 1 hour.


Prerequisites: A fundamental understanding of IPv4 and packet switching principles will be useful for students taking this course.


IPv6 web usage has nearly doubled since June 2012 and is predicted to reach half of all web traffic within 6 years. This course will introduce IPv6 addressing, routing schemes and packet types, along with IPv4 addressing in IPv6 networks.

Radio Antenna Systems

Course Length: Approximately 60 -90 minutes per module.

This is the Complete Course, which includes all 7 course modules; a unique look at the use of radio and its changing role. The full course is designed for those new to radio services and includes a general overview of terms, followed by a module on Radio Propagation, Transmission Lines and Antennas. Each module has a completion examination at the end recorded by our Learning Manager System (LMS) and completion certificates are available. The course can be taken in short segments and re-started at any time 24/7. A full glossary of terms is available via our LMS and short glossary is embedded within each module. A detailed description for each module is available by clicking individual links shown below.

T1 Fundamentals

his course covers four important subjects related to the installation and maintenance of T1 Telecommunication circuits and networks. Course material includes, T1 Networks, T1 Fundamentals, T1 Installation and Maintenance, and T1 Errors and Alarms. Each module of the course takes about an hour to complete and having your T1 test equipment available is a plus, as this course encourages the use of test equipment; proper operation and results interpretation. THIS COURSE IS ETA APPROVED. this is an excellent prerequisite to live training and will familiarize the student with key components of T1 networks and how they work.

Radio Over IP -2018

A 3 Course Module instruction on RoIP, What is , How It operates How to maintain a system.  This is Module 1 of a three module Course.