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    Introduction To Telecom Networks: Fixed/Wireless Networks


    What you'll learn
    Modern Telecom/Telecommunication Networks
    Public Switched Telephony Network (PSTN)
    Voice over IP (VOIP) Systems
    Softswitch based VOIP Systems
    IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) based VOIP Networks
    Modern Telecom/Telecommunication Networks
    Internet Architecture, IP based Networks
    Mobile Communication Systems
    Cellular Communication Systems
    Optical Fiber Access Networks: FTTH/PON


    Introduction To Telecom Networks: Fixed/Wireless Networks

    Description
    Today's telecommunications networks are complex mixtures of legacy technologies, coupled with the latest generation of both fixed and mobile architectures. This course seeks to provide a starting point to those people who are new to the telecoms industry, providing them with a foundation of knowledge which will allow them to explore the telecommunications ecosystem in greater detail. As such, the course is all encompassing, providing technical detail on fundamental concepts, network architectures and finally, today’s services environment.

    This course covers fundamental aspects of telecommunication networking. It is also designed to address the needs of those involved in various aspects of IT and wireless and mobile technologies who need to understand how networks work in slightly deeper and more detailed manner.

    The course comes with 100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE.

    This course is targeted for:

    Telecom professionals

    Telecom students

    Networking students

    Section 1: Public Switched Telephone Networks

    Introduction to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
    Evolution of PSTN
    PSTN Exchanges Hierarchy
    Block Diagram of a Local Exchange/Central Office
    What is PSTN Local loop?
    Signaling in Local loop:Off-hook & On-hook states
    Signaling in Local loop:Incoming Call (Ring)
    Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) Hierarchy Standar on Analogue Trunk Lines
    Digital Exchanges: A-to-D Conversion using Pulse Coded Modulation (PCM)
    E-1 and T1 standards for TIme Division Multiplexing in Digital exchange
    Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH)
    Signaling System 7 (SS7) in PSTN
    Signaling Points (SP) and Point Code (PC)
    Service Switching Point (SSP)
    Signal Transfer Point (STP)
    Service Control Point (SCP)

    Section 2: Internet and its Architecture
    Nuts and Bolts of Internet
    Internet Structure: Network of Networks
    How to Solve the Complexity of Internet/Computer Networks?
    Layered Approach To Solve Complexity: Air Travel Example
    Internet Protocol (IP) Stack
    Physical Layer
    Datalink Layer
    Network Layer
    Transport Layer
    Application Layer

    Section 3: Layered Architecture of Telecommunication Networks
    Legacy Telecommunication Networks
    Modern Telecommunication Networks

    Section 4: IP NetworksEditDelete
    Structure of an IP Network
    IP Address Format for IPv4
    Two Key Functions of Router: Routing and Forwarding
    IP Range Aggregation and Longest Prefix Matching in Routing Tables
    IP Addressing: A Data Network Example
    IP Addressing: What is an interface?
    IP Addressing: Subnets
    Example: How many Subnets?
    Internet IP Address Assignment Strategy
    Hierarical Addressing: More Efficient RoutingEditDelete

    Section 5: Voice Over IP (VOIP) Technology
    Introduction to Voice Over IP (VOIP)

    What is Softswitch?
    Media Gateway (MG)
    Signaling Gateway (S-GW)
    Media Gateway Controller (MGC)
    Separation Of Media and Call Control
    Media Gateway Control (MEGACO) Protocol
    Call Flow Using MEGACO/H.248
    Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for Inter MGC signaling
    Class 4 and Class 5 Softswicthes
    IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
    What is IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)
    IMS Features
    IMS Architecture-Different Layers
    IMS Control Layer: CSCF, HSS, MRF, MGCF, BGCF
    Call Session Control Functions (CSCFs): P (Proxy)-CSCF
    Call Session Control Functions (CSCFs): I (Interrogating)-CSCF
    Call Session Control Functions (CSCFs): S (Serving)-CSCF
    Application Servers (ASs) in IMS
    Protocols Used in IMS
    Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) in IMS
    Services Provided by SIP
    SIP Methods
    User Registration in IMS
    End-to-end SIP Signalling Path for Call Setup
    IMS Call Setup Signalling

    Section 7: Mobile/Cellular Systems: 4G LTE Mobile Communication Systems
    Evolution from 1G to 5G
    The Cellular Concept
    Handover Concept
    Three Major parts of 4G LTE network
    Evolution to an all IP system in 4G
    Overall 4G EPS architecture
    Evolved NodeB (eNB)
    4G EPS Bearer
    Mobility Management Entity
    Serving Gateway (S-GW)
    Packet Data Network Gateway (P-GW)
    Policy And Charging Rules Function
    Policy And Charging Enforcement Function
    Home Subscriber Server (HSS)
    Introduction to VoLTE using IMS
    IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) in 4G VoLTE

    Section 8: Optical Fiber Access Networks (OFAN) using PON/FTTH
    Whats PON in Optical Fiber Access Networks?
    Working Principle Of PONE
    Optical Distribution Network
    Advantages of PON Technology
    xDSL Vs PON (FTTC, FTTB, FTTH )
    The Evolution of ITU-T PON standards
    GPON Principle-Wavelength Division Multiplexing
    GPON Principle-Downstream Data
    GPON Principle-Upstream Data

    Section 9: Optical Fiber Transmission Networks Using DWDM Systems
    Why Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Systems
    Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) Concept
    Advantage of WDM Technology
    Wavelength Spectrum For Optical Fiber Communication
    Transponder in DWDM
    Optical Supervisory channel
    Optical Add Drop Multiplexer (OADM)
    What is an Optical Amplifier and its types
    Manipulating Wavelengths
    1). Point-to-Point DWDM
    2) Fixed Optical Add Drop Multiplexers (FOADMs)
    3) Reconfigurable Optical Add Drop Multiplexers (ROADMs)

    Who this course is for:
    Complete beginners who want to learn about Telecommunication Networks
    IT Professionals who want to learn about Telecom
    Diploma holders who want to learn about Telecom Networks


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