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Post subject: Wireless LAN/WAN WiMax Training Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 9:12 am

Just lost a potential job because I didn't have any experience at Wireless LAN/WAN. I have multiple years (25+) working in radio, know digital microwave well, and wireless in general very well, Contractor for Harris MCD currently, Time to get some training on some new stufff, Anybody have input on some on-line/on-site training for wireless LAN/WAN, WiFi, WiMax,, this may be where the bulk of new jobs will be coming from

I appreciate the input in advance..



Post subject: Posted: Fri Apr 29, 2005 10:29 pm


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Location: Kano, Nigeria

I don't know your location but I know that United States Telecom Training Institue (USTTI) has that training and its subsidized-www.ustti.org.

Also try www.tonex.com and www.hott.com. The last 2 are good but not cheap





Post subject: Posted: Sat May 07, 2005 12:33 am

I just checked out the tonex website but from what I can see, it is no different to what I learnt at uni.

All theory which anyone can learn on without having to pay $6000 - $1 = $5999. Just seems ridiculous unless your company is paying for it all.



Post subject: Posted: Sat May 07, 2005 10:28 am


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Location: Kano, Nigeria

Why don't u send them a mail to find out if the classes have practical sessions?

The other addresses are www.traininghott.com and www.ustti.org. Try the latter its run by the US gov

Else search the web. Good luck





Post subject: Re: Wireless LAN/WAN WiMax TrainingPosted: Mon May 09, 2005 12:27 pm

DoceoTech (www.doceotech.com) offers the most comprehensive, detailed and up to date training in 802 wireless communication, VoIP and RFID training available. Professors hold over 50 patents in wireless communication and are voting members of the IEEE standards committee.

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