USTTI Spring 2023 Update
Since January officials traveled worldwide to attend USTTI Training in California, Arkansas, Washington D.C., Maryland, Texas, Oregon, North Carolina. Barcelona Spain, San Jose Costa Rica, and Bangkok Thailand. To date in 2023, there have been 307 individual participants in USTTI programming.
USTTI’s tuition-free training courses have addressed: 5G, Mobile Broadband and Wireless Technologies, 5G and Developing National Spectrum Roadmaps, Developing a Multiple Site Digital Health Network, Cybersecurity, and Internet Policy Training, Bridging the Gender Digital Divide, Open RAN, 5G and Secure Networks Training, Introduction to Radio Spectrum Monitoring and Measuring, Practical Applications of Spectrum Management and Spectrum Monitoring, Satellite Communications, Emergency Communications, Regulatory Best Practices, 5G, Emerging Technologies and Network Security, and Cybersecurity Policies and Strategies.
The courses were created by experts from industry government, civil society, and academia. Special thanks to Amazon, AST-Space Mobile, Intel Corporation, QUALCOMM, GSMA, the University of Arkansas for Medical Services, Duke University, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the Federal Communications Commission, SPX Corporation, NASA, AT&T, Millicom, Ericsson, Nokia, and GSMA for their incredible contributions. .
The USTTI will build off the strong start of the year and offer the following courses:
FCC Interference Investigation Resources & Radio Frequency Radiation Safety Assessment; sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission in Columbia, MD
Radio Frequency Spectrum Management; sponsored by the NTIA in Washington, DC
Managing Effectively in the Changing Telecommunications Environment; sponsored by the ATLAS Institute, the University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder, CO
Telecommunications Policy and Regulation Training Sequence; sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and USTTI Board Member Corporations in Washington, DC
Radio Spectrum Monitoring Techniques and Procedures; sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission in Columbia, MD
5G, OpenRAN, and Emerging Technologies II; sponsored by USTTI Board Member Organizations in Washington, DC, Dallas, TX, Plano, TX, and Santa Clara, CA.
Spectrum Management in the Civil Sector; sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, DC
Further details on all these courses can be found here: https://ustti.org/courses/
Please submit your applications for these future programs here: https://ustti.org/apply-online/
If you have any additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Select pictures from the start of 2023 can be found below.
Pictured above, 20 Participants attend Intel’s 5G, Mobile Broadband and Wireless Technologies Training Sequence in Santa Clara, California; Participants were from from Brazil, Cabo Verde, Colombia, Dominica, Ghana, Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Peru, Philippines, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Suriname, and Tajikistan
Pictured above, 13 Participants from participants from Costa Rica, Ghana, Namibia, Nepal, Paraguay, Rwanda, Thailand, Uganda, and Vietnam attend this year’s Telehealth Training Program entitled “Developing a Multiple Site Digital Health Network, sponsored by the University of Arkansas for Medical Services in Little Rock, Arkansas
Seen here, 22 participants from Argentina, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Costa Rica, Ghana, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Peru, Philippines, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad, and Tobago attend the USTTI’s first annual “Bridging the Gender Digital Divide,” sponsored by the GSMA, Meta, Microsoft, the NTIA, and OneWeb in Washington, DC
Officials from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society of Thailand were joined by officials from: Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Samoa, Timor-Leste, and Vanuatu attend USTTI’s Regional Training in Bangkok, Thailand. The program focused on Regulatory Best Practices, Emerging Technologies, and Network Security
Pictured above, 25 participants can be seen during instruction at a NASA facility as part of USTTI’s Satellite Communications Training Sequence, sponsored by the FCC, NASA, and USTTI Board Member Organizations in the greater Washington, D.C. area.