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Telecommunications Emerging Technologies

Credits: 3
Course Number: 10-451-201

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Course Description

10-451-201 TELECOMMUNICATIONS EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES ...provides students with tools to analyze telecommunications policy and regulations and their impacts on the telecommunication markets. We first review telecommunications industry/organizational structure and concepts of telecommunication technologies. We then discuss key elements of information and communication (ICT) policy and discuss ICT policies and national broadband plans from selected countries. Finally we discuss impact of policy on current and emerging topics such as broadband, VoIP and cognitive radio. The course has an emphasis on policies in developing countries and emerging markets but combines other multidisciplinary aspects related to technology, economics, law.

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What will I learn?

  1. Discuss the history of telecommunications from the initial forms of communications to the current state of telecommunications.
  2. Discuss the global impact of modern day telecommunications on our society.
  3. Discuss different nations an their policies with internet connectivity.
  4. Discuss Federal broadband policies and politics.
  5. Discuss State Permits and broadband policies.
  6. Discuss County Permits and broadband policies.
  7. Discuss Municipal Permits and broadband policies.
  8. Discuss public utility and railroad policies for new broadband infrastructure.
  9. Discuss what the digital divide is, how it affects or communities, and how we can help close. the divide
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Class Number: 23315

Location:
Green Bay Campus
Date:
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Delivery:
In-Person
Term:
Spring 2024
Session:
8W2
GreenBay Campus Room EE203
3/20/2024 - 5/13/2024
M, W — 8:30 AM - 1:15 PM
$510.15