Industrial Training Report

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CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION 1.1 PURPOSE OF INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT
The Industrial Attachment program also known as Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) fulfills part of the requirement in pursuing the degree of Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) in the Redeemer’s University. This is a training that should last for a minimum of six months. It is intended to expose student to the real life working experience. 1.2.1 OBJECTIVES OF SIWES
The objectives of SIWES are: * To provide an avenue for students in Institutions of Higher Learning to acquire industrial skills and experience in their course of study * To prepare students for the working situation they are to meet after graduation * To expose students
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BFWA connections are strictly wireless. It achieves connection with the use of base stations (Mast) containing both microwaves and sectorial antennas. Other services could also be integrated into it like internet services via internet service providers (ISP).

2.2 BROADBAND UTILIZATION OF RADIO FREQUENCY SIGNALS (FWA)
2.2.1 BASE STATION:
A Base station is a point where radio frequency signals are transmitted to multi-point (to many clients nearest to it). Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) base station does this transmission with the aid of the sectorial antennas that are aligned at an angle of 180 degree each in opposite direction, which makes 360 degree that will cover the circumference of LAGOS. These sectorial antennas are well firmly secured on a mast from which it transmits.
A mast is a vertical rectangular framework made up of metal secured to the ground for supporting and holding antennas.
These sectorial antennas transmit directly to every flat panel antenna in all the client’s sites. These flat panel antennas receive the radio frequency signals from the sectorial antennas and distribute it to the Client’s LAN (Local Area Network) for him to work with.
2.2.2 TYPES OF BROAD BAND ANTENNA * Sectorial Antennas: These are the antennas at the base station which are used to distribute radio frequency signals to the flat panel antenna at the client’s site. They are being tilted at an angle of 40 degree for effective client’s coverage.

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