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Smarter Devices: 5G and IOT

Learn the big difference between(1G and 2G) is that 1G networks use analogue radio transmissions, while 2G networks use digital radio signals.

Age Group

11 - 14

Grade Level: 

6 - 8

Total Hours

15 hours

Course Modules

• Overview • Data Throughput • Modulation And Multiplexing • Internet Of Things • Smart City • Smart Concepts • Data Mining • IoT and Smart City • Smart Devices • IoT for Smart Cities- Requirements • IoT Applications • Careers • Tablets Of Stone • LED Blinkies • Routing And Deadlocks

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the basic concepts and components of 5G and IoT. • Explain how data travels through networks and the different generations of network technologies. • Describe the importance of data throughput and its relevance in various applications. • Identify the principles and techniques of modulation and multiplexing in data transmission. • Explore the applications and benefits of IoT in smart cities. • Recognize the significance of data mining and its phases in extracting valuable insights from large datasets


• Basic Mathematics knowledge required

Course Elements

• Quizzes • Video Quests • Video Scenarios • Hands-on Activities • Downloadables • Videos

Course Overview

This course details the basics of networking. It includes network definition, how the internet works, how the data communicates across various devices, and different types of networks such as 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G.

This course includes:

4 Quizzes
5 Video Quests
4 Video Scenarios
5 Hands-on Activities
3 Downloadables

Related careers:

IoT Solutions Architect
Wireless Network Engineer
Data Scientist in IoT

Skills you will gain:

Thinking skills
Cognitive skills
Observation skills

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Client Reviews

My son has been fascinated with technology and networking for a while, and this course really helped him understand the basics of how everything works. He especially loved the handson activities and was able to apply what he learned in reallife scenarios. Highly recommend for any techsavvy kids out there! Sarah H.

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