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Product Description
 
“Telecom Basics – Part 2”


Course Code

C40010/2

Description

This is the second part of the course “Telecom Basics” and covers the wide area of Telecom, including both traditional Telecom and Datacom and provides a basic understanding of today’s complex world of telecommunications and information. Based on “part 1” the course provides a  detailed analysis and feature description of the different networks covered in the Telecom from the beginning course”  The course will help the participants to understand typical network solutions and customers business situation as well as future trends.

Due to its basic level the course can be considered as the first competence step for participants wishing to understand telecommunications. A number of bearer networks is described. These networks can be used to carry voice data and multimedia services in an expanding and increasingly competitive market. Traditional circuit-switching technology, represented by the PSTN, ISDN and the PLMN, is being challenged by packet-oriented networks, such as ATM, and IP.

In this part the different networks are described more detailed

Learning objectives

This course presents the different networks, terms and acronyms and theories that are applicable to various networks.

The basic areas that are covered are:

  • PSTN Network
  • N-ISDN
  • Signaling Networks and SS7 Network
  • X.25
  • Frame Relay
  • ATM and B-ISDN
  • SDH
  • Ethernet
  • The Internet
  • Enterprise Networks

 

Target audience

This course is useful to operators or vendors staff with a background in the telecom or datacom area.

It is very helpful to newly recruited staff because basic telecom concepts are taught step-by–step

Marketing people can take advantage of this course as they need to speak to customers in a “common language” and understand the basic telecom concepts

Due to convergence between Telecom, Datacom and Media industry it is necessary that people in management staff will understand the current trends and the problems due to this convergence. For the managers is necessary to know the possibilities of their network and the steps to be taken towards a future network. The instruments needed for this understanding, the basic technical descriptions, and also to a certain degree the market behavior is provided in this course

 

Prerequisites

No entry requirements

Duration and class size

The recommended length of the course is 2-4 days depending on the participants’ background. The maximum number of participants is 16

 

Learning situation

This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment.

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