Antennas for Mobile Communication


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Upcoming Dates

Nov 2 - Nov 5, 2021
09:00 - 17:00

Nov 29 - Dec 2, 2021
09:00 - 17:00

Jan 3 - Jan 6, 2022
09:00 - 17:00

Feb 1 - Feb 4, 2022
09:00 - 17:00

  Mar 1 - Mar 4, 2022
09:00 - 17:00

Antennas for Mobile Communication
4 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Mobile Networks (Insoft Specials)

Course Details

The Antennas for Mobile Communication course provides trainees with in-depth knowledge of antennas for mobile communication, with a particular reference to their properties and performance. After analyzing different types of antennas, we will focus on design solutions for mobile access networks. Furthermore, this training discusses antennas selection issues, focusing on adaptation and optimization criteria.


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  • Transmission lines
  • Link adaptation
  • VSWR
  • Resonance
  • Elementary antenna: the dipole
  • Antenna equivalent circuits
  • Near field and far-field
  • Radiation pattern
  • Polarization
  • Omnidirectional antennas
  • Omni collinear antennas
  • Antenna arrays
  • Yagi directional antennas
  • Arrays directional antennas
  • Adaptive antennas
  • DOA estimation
  • Interference check
  • xDMA systems performance with adaptive antennas

Target Audience

  • This course is intended for network designers involved in the choice and optimization of mobile network antennas.


  • Electromagnetic propagation basic understanding.



The theoretical lectures are integrated by practical sessions performed with real antennas and digital spectrum analyzers. Moreover, the laboratory activities include the use of several virtual simulators to reproduce important physical phenomena related to radio propagation.