MANHASSET, NY -- Rohde & Schwarz has rolled out a training and certification program for the wireless communication infrastructure community.
The Rohde Scholar program focuses on topics such as interference hunting & spectrum clearing, as well as base station maintenance, installation and antenna testing.
The program consists of several two-day courses that address mobile communications, television and broadcasting, and radio monitoring and radiolocation markets.
"We will continue to expand our education program and plan to develop application notes that discuss fundamental usage methodologies and address relevant industry questions," said Mark Kulper, director of product marketing and marketing communications at Rohde & Schwarz, in a statement.
At the PCIA in Dallas on Oct 3-6, the company will be showcasing its handheld tools for base station installation, maintenance and antenna testing, among other tools.
Next week, Rhode & Schwarz will hold scope lab sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday of ESC Boston.
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