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RDL3000: Installation, Operation and Maintenance- ILT- 3 Days- Aviat Training Center- Open Enrollment- per Student

Course Description  

The RDL-3000 Operation, Configuration, Installation and Maintenance course consists of 5 modules focusing on the RDL3000 operation, configuration, commissioning, installation, and maintenance based on the Version 3.2+ software features and capabilities. 

This program is based on 60% hands-on lab work and 40% content slides. However, adequate backup material is provided in the training manuals for those who want to do more. 

Courses are conducted by AVIAT expert trainers in a mentoring environment backed by their deep technology expertise and experience in implementation of microwave wireless and IP/MPLS networks.   

The course is conducted at Aviat Training locations or can be arranged at customer sites. 


Target Audience 

This course is intended for Level-2 support groups, engineers, and technicians. 



While the RCSP-RDL-3000-CV program starts with covering some basics of RF, networking and NMS, strongly recommends the following expertise as pre-requisites: 

  • Working knowledge of the OSI network model, TCP/IP protocol suite, working of routers, bridges, Layer-2 and Layer-3 QoS and packet processing. 
  • Working and hands-on knowledge of VLAN systems 
  • Basic understanding of RF system and signal propagation 
  • Each student must have a laptop with administrative rights to install and run IP networking simulation software. 



Upon completing this course, the trainees shall understand and acquire hands-on knowledge of the RDL-3000 systems to use the following:  

  • The Working and operation of the RDL-3000 as a transparent and VLAN-aware layer-2 broadband wireless solution  
  • The technical features of the Ellipse Sector controller (SC) and each of the RDL-3000 remote terminals (RT) in the context of customer specific deployments – Edge/eLTE-MT/RAS-Elite/RAS-Extend and the RDL-3000 Connect Transport Gateways RTs (Connect-OW/OWS/IWS) in PTP and PMP deployments  
  • RDL-3000 radio types and their RF attributes such as Tx power, UL ATPC, receiver sensitivity, interference detection and mitigation capabilities (co-channel and adjacent channel) and UL noise floor measurement  
  • System architecture and building blocks at the MAC, PHY and RF levels and the performance attributes in applications for the Oil and Gas industry, video surveillance, backhauling and BWA deployments  
  • Operation and configuration of RDL-3000 systems in 1+1 redundancy (SC, RT, and link with PRP) deployments with expedited traffic switch over during link failure using the host-MAC access list (ACL) update feature (Rapid-Path)  
  • Performance limits of the RDL3000 MIMO-OFDM implementation - MIMO-A/MIMO-B and STBC  
  • The benefits of the multiple channel sizes offered by RDL-3000 system from the same hardware using deployment specific product options key – 0.875/1.25/2.5/3.5/5/7/10/14/20 MHz  
  • RDL-3000 performance at different frequency bands at all channel sizes using BPSK, QPSK, 16/64/256 QAM with state-of-the-art convolution coding for FEC and Viterbi decoding  
  • Configuring and optimizing the spectrum sharing features of RDL-3000 – DFS/CBP/WSDB  
  • Configuring RDL-3000 to eliminate multipath in LOS/OLOS/NLOS deployments and optimize link throughput  
  • Configuring and managing RT registration in the Ellipse SC – fixed and nomadic RTs using an STID template  
  • Data scheduling parameters in RDL-3000 for data, voice, and video applications  
  • Understand how the  fast fusion link adaptation (FFLA) uses link CQI to dynamically adapt link UBR and MIMO mode to prevailing conditions including unusually deep fade conditions on per RT link basis  
  • The use and performance of fixed and variable wireless frame modes in RDL3000  
  • The use of and performance differences between the fixed and variable wireless frame modes  
  • Setting and ensuring time synchronization in RDL-3000 mitigates intra-cell and inter-cell interference  
  • The use of GPS in RDL-3000 to provide location services and frequency synchronization in RDL-3000 deployments  
  • Over the air QoS in RDL-3000 including CIR/PIR based on applications carried over the wireless link  
  • Data paths on the RDL-3000 wireless network using Subscriber Link, Service Group and Service definitions  
  • Packet classification using the 802.1Q tags, VLAN tagging/untagging/mapping and QinQ support  
  • The use of 802.1p markers for over the air transmission prioritization of user traffic  
  • Understanding the operation of, configuring, and using the VLAN list in RDL-3000 SC and RT  
  • Managing RDL-3000 systems using HTTP/HTTPS, CLI (Telnet/SSH) and SNMP V2/V3  
  • Setting up user authentication using Radius  
  • Understanding the use of and configuring the Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) parameters to enable mutual authentication between an RDL-3000 SC and registering RTs.  
  • Enabling OTA data encryption with AES-128/256  
  • Understanding Secure mode and FIPS mode security requirements in RDL-3000 systems  
  • Enabling secure user credentials and learning the backup and restoring of salted user password SHA hash  
  • Link planning and link budgeting for RDL-3000 deployments based on capacity and coverage considerations  
  • Fundamentals of RF and frequency planning in the context of RDL-3000 deployments  
  • Installation of the Ellipse SC and RDL-3000 RTs in a step-by-step process, grounding and bonding based on best practices in the industry including R56 recommendations  
  • Alignment procedures of RDL-3000 RF links and performance evaluation of each link  
  • Performing capacity/coverage analysis and optimization of installed links, understanding interference KPI’s in RDL-3000, inference identification and mitigation techniques dealing with CCI/ACI/AACI.  

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“Final Acceptance” means testing of the Equipment following installation by Aviat Networks at Customer’s site(s) under the terms set forth in the Statement of Work and may be performed on a link by link basis, or when live traffic is cut over, or when the Customer has beneficial use of the Equipment, whichever occurs first. The following table provides the coverage duration for the types of warranties applicable. Please refer to your product ordering guide for the applicable warranty policy for that equipment, service or software.

Aviat Networks Equipment Standard
Hardware Warranty – U.S.A, Canada and the Caribbean
24 months from ship date.
Aviat Networks Equipment Standard
Hardware Warranty – Rest of the World
15 months from ship date.
Non-Aviat Networks OEM Equipment
OEM warranty is a pass-through from Aviat Networks from the ship date; maximum OEM warranty.

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