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List of Best Telecom course Training Vashi Mumbai, Telecom training courses Vashi Mumbai with address, Phone numbers, course fee, student reviews and training course learning at Vashi area in Mumbai City. As of March 20, 2018, We have total of 4 Telecom Course training institutes in and around also near to Vashi in Mumbai.



training institutes TeleNetworks Technologies
Mumbai - Vashi


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Address: 202, Vashi Infotech Park, Plot No. 16, Sector - 30, Vashi Mumbai-400703
Telenetworks has best trainers from the industry. Will also provide strong placement service to student TeleNetworks Technologies provides placement Telecom Course training in Vashi , 3G & UMTS, VoIP & SIP, Fiber Optical Network, MPLS Protocol, Telecom Certification training classes at Vashi.
Mumbai - Vashi
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Address: Haware Fantasia Business Park, Behind Inorbit Mall, Vashi Opposite Vashi Railway Station Vashi Mumbai-400703
TATA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES provides placement Telecom Course training in Vashi , 3G & UMTS, VoIP & SIP, Fiber Optical Network, MPLS Protocol, Telecom Certification training classes at Vashi.
training institutes TIFRA Enterprises
Mumbai - Vashi


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Address: 613, Plot No, Vashi Infotech Park, 16, Bhagwan Mahaveer Rd, Sector 30, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400703 google map of 17726
TIFRA Enterprises provides placement Telecom Course training in Vashi , 3G & UMTS, VoIP & SIP, Fiber Optical Network, MPLS Protocol, Telecom Certification training classes at Vashi.
training institutes ZOC Technologies
Mumbai - Vashi
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Address: G-123, Haware\\\'s Fantasia Business Park, Plot # 47, Sector 30A,Vashi, Navi Mumbai 400703

ZOC Technologies provides placement Telecom Course training in Vashi , 3G & UMTS, VoIP & SIP, Fiber Optical Network, MPLS Protocol, Telecom Certification training classes at Vashi.
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Telecom Course training centers in vashi, mumbai - Training Reviews

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Anwar Husain 3 Star Rating: Good Training(3-Good Training)
Before coming here I did CCNA at oldest institutes in Mumbai but I was fooled there by giving entire theoretical knowledge. I attended classes here, initially it was altogether different but then I understood why my friends told me that this is the most transparent place. And job opportunities they share are free which is very important.
Institute reviewed : TeleNetworks Technologies in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai
brian neilson 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
TIFRA ENTERPRISES for Telecom Studies, has conducted 2 months fully telecom training at navi mumbai in Mobile Communication Technologies like (GSM, CDMA, 3G, LTE, 4G, GPON) This training centre is affiliated to Telecom Sector Skill Council, Government of India. After completion of training, Tifra will place the candidates through campus selection. 100% placement or money back Typical job profiles - Telecom Network Planning & Optimisation, Network Operation Center (NOC), Drive Test, Mobile & Chipset Application Testing, I&C, O&M, RF Survey, etc. it was a great expirience getting trained under TIFRA with job in hand.
Institute reviewed : TIFRA Enterprises in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai
RIZWANUDDIN AMAN MOHAMMAD 4 Star Rating: Best Training (4-Best Training)
The perfect blend of courses as per the Industrial requirement. We have hired people and they are well trained.
Institute reviewed : TIFRA Enterprises in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai
Ashish Jain 3 Star Rating: Good Training(3-Good Training)
The best telecom & Networking Training ! TIFRA shows right path for everyone's career. They showed me too. I am very proud that I have completed training at TIFRA Enterprises. Thanks. I will definitely recommend everyone.
Institute reviewed : TIFRA Enterprises in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai
swarda waingankar 3 Star Rating: Good Training(3-Good Training)
It was a great expirience of getting trained under guidance of yogesh sir. I have earned alot of practical knowledge from all the staff. There is alot of transformation i have seen in myself and all the credit goes to TIFRA ENTERPRISES. I would recomend all the aspirants to prefer this industrail training.
Institute reviewed : TIFRA Enterprises in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai
krishna yadav 2 Star Rating: Above Average Training (2-Above Average Training)
whatever they taught in theory.....proved netwoking institute...special thanks to yogesh sir
Institute reviewed : TIFRA Enterprises in Mumbai for Telecom Course training in Mumbai


Telecom Course Placement training, Course fees, Trainer Profile in vashi

TeleNetworks Technologies institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 2 Months of Telecom Course training course in Mumbai with Basic Placement Support.

Experience Service Delivery Manager TIFRA Enterprises August 2015 March 2016 (8 months)Navi Mumbai Director Telelabs Wireless Technologies Private Limited June 2012 July 2015 (3 years 2 mont

2G Networks:
1. Telecommunication Basic
1.1. Introduction to telecom terms
1.2. GSM History
1.3. Evolution in circuit switched networks
1.4. Cellular concept, Specifications and terminologies
1.5. Why digital systems are preferred?
1.6. Analog System, Digital System, Trunking System
2. Modulation Scheme
2.1. High frequency transmission
2.2. Pulse shaping filters- Raised cosine roll off filter and Gaussian filter
2.4. GMSK Necessity
2.5. Analog modulation techniques
2.6. Digital modulation techniques
2.7. Criteria for selecting appropriate modulation scheme in wireless communication
2.8. Why GMSK is preferred in GSM?
3. MAC
3.1. Introduction to MAC
3.2. TDMA-TDMA frame structure
3.3. Types of bursts(Normal, access, frequency correction, synchronization)
3.4. Efficiency of a frame
3.5. Dynamic TDMA
3.6. FDMA (How spectrum is utilized by operators)
3.7. CDMA and Live Example
3.8. Implementation in GSM network
4. Fundamentals of Cellular Communication
4.1. Frequency reuse
4.2. Channel assignment strategies (Fixed and dynamic, cell breathing)
4.3. Capacity improvement
4.4. Cell sectoring, cell splitting
4.5. Microcell zones
4.6. Practical capacity improvement techniques, Capacity improvement in metros
5. GSM Channels
5.1. Logical Channels
5.2. Channel and frame Structure
5.3. Speech processing
5.4. Speech processing in GSM
5.5. Power levels in mobile Station
5.6. GSM Public Land Mobile Network Services
5.7. Speech coding

5.8. Waveform coding
5.9. Frequency domain waveform coding
5.10. Channel coding-Convolutional codes and Block codes
5.11. Turbo codes, Reed Solomon codes
5.12. Vocoders, Speech codecs in European system, Adaptive Multiple rate Codec, Enhanced Variable Rate codec
6. Call Flows
6.1. Basic call flows
6.2. (Post MNP)
6.3. Network Structure (CS)
6.4. Basic ISUP Call Flow
6.5. Post-paid subs calls Port-in or regular intra-MSC
6.6. Prepaid subs calls Port-in or regular intra-MSC
6.7. Post-paid subs calls to Local Mobile operator subscriber
6.8. Prepaid subs calls to Local Mobile operator subscriber
6.9. Post-paid subs calls other circle (NAT) Mobile subscriber
6.10. Prepaid subs calls other circle (NAT) Mobile subscribe
6.11. SMS flows.
6.12. Prepaid subs sends SMS, B number is
6.13. Regular/Port -In Intra-MSC
6.14. Post-paid subs sends SMS,
6.15. B number is Regular-foreign subscriber
6.16. Post-paid subs sends SMS, B number is
6.17. Ported-out or cross-ported
6.18. Prepaid subs sends SMS, B number is
7. Teletraffic Engineering
7.1. Call capacity
7.2. Service levels
7.3. Traffic measurement units
7.4. Definition of few important terms in Teletraffic
7.5. Data collection
7.6. Office engineering considerations
7.7. Traffic types,
7.8. Blocking formulas,
7.9. Erlang B formula,
7.10. Poisson�s formula
7.11. Erlang C Formula,
7.12. Comparison of Erlang B and Poisson�s formula
7.13. Binomial formula, Exercise
8. Radio Propagation and Propagation Path Loss Models
8.1. Ground wave Propagation
8.2. Free space attenuation
8.3. Radio wave propagation

8.4. Characteristic of a wireless channel
8.5. Multipath delay spread
8.6. Coherence bandwidth and coherence time
8.7. Signal fading statistics
8.8. Level crossing rate and average fade duration
8.9. Propagation path loss models (Okumura/Hata model, cost 231 model)
8.10. IMT 2000 model,
8.11. Exercise (Practical considerations)

3G Networks:
1. 2G review
1.1. Standardization of Bodies
1.2. GSM frequency bands
1.3. Cell concepts
1.4. SIM & MS
1.5. Mobile Identities
1.6. GSM Subsystem
1.7. GSM Service area
1.8. GSM Network Elements
1.9. NMC in Mobile Network
1.10. Channels in GSM
2.1. GSM architecture
2.2. Advantages of Packet Switching over Circuit Switching
2.3. Introduction to GPRS, GPRS Features
2.4. GPRS Benefits & Applications
2.5. GPRS coding schemes
2.6. GPRS Architecture
2.7. Interfaces
2.8. GPRS Network Elements
3. Principles of CDMA
3.1. Radio Channel Access Schemes
3.2. Spread Spectrum
3.3. RAKE Receiver
3.4. Power Control
3.5. Handovers
3.6. Soft Handover
3.7. Relocation
3.8. Hard handover
3.9. Intersystem Handovers
3.10. Multiuser Detection
4. WCDMA Air Interface: Physical Layer
4.1. Channels
4.2. Logical Channels
4.3. Transport channels
4.4. Physical Channels

4.5. Shared Channels
4.6. Channel mapping
4.7. Spreading and Scrambling codes
4.8. Diversity
4.9. Time Diversity
4.10. Multipath diversity
4.11. Macro diversity
4.12. Antenna diversity
5. WCDMA Air Interface: Protocol Stack
5.1. Control plane
5.2. MAC
5.3. MAC Services
5.4. MAC functions
5.5. TFC selections
5.6. RLC
5.7. RLC Services
5.8. RRC Functions
5.9. RRC protocol states
5.10. Location Management
6. WCDMA-Network
6.1. UMTS Network Structure
6.2. Core Network
6.4. GSM RAN
6.5. Interfaces
6.6. Network Protocols

4G Networks:
1. Background of LTE
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Evolution of mobile system before LTE
1.2.1. The First 3G Standardization
1.3. ITU Activities
1.3.1. IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced
1.3.2. Spectrum for IMT Systems
1.4. Drivers for LTE
1.5. Standardization of LTE
1.5.1. The Standardization Process
1.5.2. The 3GPP Process
1.5.3. The 3G Evolution to 4G
2. High Data Rates in Mobile Communication
2.1. High Data Rates: Fundamental Constraints
2.1.1. High Data Rates in Noise-Limited Scenarios
2.1.2. Higher Data Rates in Interference-Limited Scenarios
2.2. Higher Data Rates Within a Limited Bandwidth: Higher- Order Modulation
2.2.1. Higher-Order Modulation in Combination with Channel Coding
2.2.2. Variations in Instantaneous Transmit Power
2.3. Wider Bandwidth Including Multi-Carrier Transmission
2.3.1. Multi-Carrier Transmission
3. OFDM Transmission
3.1. Basic Principles of OFDM
3.2. OFDM Demodulation
3.3. OFDM implementation using IFFT/FFT Processing
3.4. Cyclic-Prefix Insertion
3.5. Frequency-domain model of OFDM transmission
3.6. Channel estimation and references symbols
3.7. Frequency Diversity with OFDM: Importance of channel coding
3.8. Selection of basic OFDM Parameter
3.8.1. OFDM Subcarrier Spacing
3.8.2. Number of Subcarriers
3.8.3. Cyclic-Prefix Length
3.9. Variation in instantaneous transmission Power
3.10. OFDM as a user-multiplexing and multiple-access scheme
3.11. Multi-Cell BROADCAST/MULTICAST transmission and OFDM

4. Wider-Band �Single-Carrier� Transmission
4.1. Equalization against radio-channel frequency selectivity
4.1.1. Time-Domain Linear Equalization
4.1.2. Frequency-Domain Equalization
4.1.3. Other Equalizer Strategies
4.2. Uplink FDMA with Flexible bandwidth assignment
4.3. DFT-Spread OFDM
4.3.1. Basic Principles
4.3.2. DFTS-OFDM Receiver
4.3.3. User Multiplexing with DFTS-OFDM
4.3.4. Distributed DFTS-OFDM
5. Multi-Antenna Techniques
5.1. Multi-Antenna Configuration
5.2. Benefits of Multi-Antenna Technique
5.3. Multiple Receive Antennas
5.4. Multiple Transmit Antennas
5.4.1. Transmit-Antenna Diversity Delay Diversity Cyclic-Delay Diversity Diversity by Means of Space�Time Coding Diversity by Means of Space�Frequency Coding Transmitter-Side Beam-Forming
5.5. Spatial Multiplexing
5.5.1. Basic Principles
5.5.2. Precoder-Based Spatial Multiplexing Nonlinear Receiver Processing
6. Scheduling, Link Adaptation, and Hybrid ARQ
6.1. Link Adaptation: Power and rate control
6.2. Channel-Dependent scheduling
6.2.1. Downlink Scheduling
6.2.2. Uplink Scheduling
6.2.3. Link Adaptation and Channel-Dependent Scheduling in the Frequency Domain
6.2.4. Acquiring on Channel-State Information
6.2.5. Traffic Behavior and Scheduling
6.3. Advance retransmission Scheme
6.4. Hybrid ARQ with soft combining

7. LTE Radio Access: An Overview
7.1. Basic Principle
7.1.1. Transmission Scheme
7.1.2. Channel-Dependent Scheduling and Rate Adaptation
7.1.3. Inter-Cell Interference Coordination
7.1.4. Hybrid ARQ with Soft Combining
7.1.5. Multi-Antenna Transmission
7.1.6. Spectrum Flexibility
7.2. LTE Release 9
7.2.1. Multicast and Broadcast Support
7.2.2. Positioning
7.2.3. Dual-Layer Beam-Forming
7.3. LTE Release10 and IMT-Advance
7.3.1. Carrier Aggregation
7.3.2. Extended Multi-Antenna Transmission
7.3.3. Relaying
7.3.4. Heterogeneous Deployments
7.4. Terminal Capabilities
8. Radio-Interface Architecture
8.1. Overall System Architecture
8.1.1. Core Network
8.1.2. Radio-Access Network
8.2. Radio Protocol Architecture
8.2.1. Radio-Link Control
8.2.2. Medium-Access Control
8.2.3. Physical Layer
8.3. Control-Plane Protocol
8.3.1. State Machine
9. Physical Transmission Resources
9.1. Overall Time�Frequency Structure
9.2. Normal Subframes and MBSFN Subframe.
9.3. Carrier Aggregation
9.4. Frequency-Domain Location of LTE Carriers
9.5. Duplex Scheme
9.5.1. Frequency-Division Duplex (FDD)
9.5.2. Time-Division Duplex (TDD)
9.5.3. LTE and TD-SCDMA Coexistence

10. Downlink Physical-Layer Processing
10.1. Transport-Channel Processing
10.1.1. Processing Steps
10.1.2. Localized and Distributed Resource Mapping
10.2. Downlink Reference Signals
10.2.1. Cell-Specific Reference Signals
10.2.2. Demodulation Reference Signals
10.2.3. CSI Reference Signals
10.3. Multi-Antenna Transmission
10.3.1. Transmit Diversity
10.3.2. Codebook-Based Precoding Closed-Loop Operation Open-Loop Operation
10.3.3. Non-Codebook-Based Precoding
10.3.4. Downlink Multi-User MIMO MU-MIMO within Transmission Modes 8/9 MU-MIMO Based on CRS
10.4. Downlink L1/L2 Control Signaling
10.4.1. Physical Control Format Indicator Channel
10.4.2. Physical Hybrid-ARQ Indicator Channel
10.4.3. Physical Downlink Control Channel
10.4.4. Downlink Scheduling Assignment
10.4.5. Uplink Scheduling Grants
10.4.6. Carrier Aggregation and Cross-Carrier Scheduling
10.4.7. Power-Control Commands
10.4.8. PDCCH Processing
10.4.9. Blind Decoding of PDCCHs
11. Uplink Physical-Layer Processing
11.1. Transport-Channel Processing
11.1.1. Processing Steps
11.1.2. PUSCH Frequency Hopping
11.1.3. PUSCH Frequency Hopping
11.1.5. Uplink Demodulation Reference Signals
11.1.6. Uplink Sounding Reference Signals
11.2. Uplink Multi-Antenna Transmission
11.2.1. Precoder-Based Multi-Antenna Transmission for PUSCH
11.2.2. Uplink Multi-User MIMO
11.2.3. PUCCH Transmit Diversity

11.3. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling
11.3.1. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling on PUCCH
11.3.2. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling on PUSCH
11.4. Uplink Timing Alignment
12. Retransmission Protocols
12.1. Hybrid ARQ with soft Combining
12.1.1. Downlink Hybrid ARQ
12.1.2. Uplink Hybrid ARQ
12.1.3. Hybrid-ARQ Timing
12.2. Radio-Link Control
12.2.1. Segmentation, Concatenation, and Reassembly of RLC SDUs
12.2.2. RLC Retransmission
12.2.3. In-Sequence Delivery
12.2.4. RLC Operation
13. Power Control, Scheduling, and Interference Handling
13.1. Uplink Power Control
13.2. Scheduling and Rate Adaptation
13.2.1. Downlink Scheduling
13.2.2. Uplink Scheduling
13.2.3. Semi-Persistent Scheduling
13.2.4. Scheduling for Half-Duplex FDD
13.2.5. Channel-State Reporting
13.2.6. Discontinuous Reception (DRX) and Component Carrier Deactivation
13.3. Inter-Cell Interference Coordination
13.4. Heterogeneous network Deployments
14. Access Procedures
14.1. Acquisition and Cell Search
14.2. System Information
14.3. Random Access
14.3.1. Step 1: Random-Access Preamble Transmission
14.3.2. Step 2: Random-Access Response
14.3.3. Step 3: Terminal Identification
14.3.4. Step 4: Contention Resolution
14.4. PAGING
15. Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Services
15.1. Architecture
15.2. Overall Channel Structure and Physical-Layer Processing
15.3. Scheduling of MBMS Services

16. Relaying
16.1. Relays in LTE
16.2. Overall Architecture
16.3. Backhaul Design for Relaying
17. Spectrum and RF Characteristics
17.1. Spectrum For LTE
17.2. Flexible Spectrum Use
17.3. Flexible Channel Bandwidth Operation
17.4. Carrier Aggregation For LTE
17.5. Multi-Standard Radio Base Stations
17.6. Overview of RF Requirements for LTE
17.7. Output Power Level Requirements
17.7.1. Base-Station Output Power and Dynamic Range
17.7.2. UE Output Power and Dynamic Range
17.8. Transmitted Signal Quality
17.9. Unwanted Emission Requirements
17.10. Sensitivity and Dynamic Range
17.11. Receiver Susceptibility to Interfering Signals
18. Performance
18.1. Performance Assessment
18.2. Performance in Terms of Peak Data Rates and Latency
18.3. Performance Evaluation of LTE-Advance
18.4. Conclusion
19. Other Wireless Communications Systems
19.1. HSPA
19.2. GSM/EDGE
19.3. CDMA2000 AND HRPD/1x EV-DO
19.4. IEEE 802.16E, Mobile WiMAX AND 802.16 m
19.5. Summary
20. Final Thoughts
20.1. Where to go in the Future?
20.1.1. Advanced Multi-Cell Coordination
20.1.2. Network Energy Efficiency
20.1.3. Machine-Type Communication
20.1.4. New ways of Using Spectrum
20.1.5. Direct Device-to-Device Communication
20.2. Concluding Remarks


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Telecom Course course Content / syllabus at vashi, mumbai.

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Module - 1: Introduction to Telecom Sector
Module - 2: Different types of Telecom sites for 2G/3G/4G Network
Module - 3: Equipments used at 2G/3G/4G sites
Module - 4: Tools & Test equipments used at 2G/3G/4G sites
Module - 5: Introduction to Telecom Technologies As GSM/UMTS/LTE
Module - 6: Hardware Description, Installation and commissioing of Transmission Equipments Systmem Used in 2G/3G/4G Networks
Module - 7: Fundamental of BTS/Node-B and eNode-B
Module - 8: Product Overview and Installation of RF Equipments
Module - 9: Commissioning and Integration of BTS/Node-B & eNode-B
Module - 10: Site Maintenance of NSN / Ericsson
Module - 11: Miscellaneous activities at telecom sites
Module - 12: Differnet types of Documentation for Telecom Sites
Module - 13: Site Handover and Troubleshooting
Module - 14: Health and Safety Guideline
Module - 15: Interview Preparation and Resume writing



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