Basics of IP and Transmission Technologies

Ethernet cables connected to router

This course provides a basic understanding of the configuration, communications, and management of TCP/IP networks and its associated protocols. Basics of IP Routing and Switching, MPLS would be touched upon. Radio Transmission Technologies and Systems Engineering will also be covered.

Important aspects of radio propagation, starting from free-space loss and absorption loss, followed by statistical analysis of various phenomena impairing radio reception process, will be included. Participants will also learn the fundamentals of fibre network design, WDMs, SDH, Fiber planning, etc.

This course is designed for engineers and managers responsible for the planning, design, and operation of networks and services.

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain a good knowledge IP basics and TCP/IP protocols
  • Learn about various transmission technologies and media
  • Develop a fundamental understanding of Microwave transmission engineering and design such that the network does not suffer from interference
  • Develop a conceptual understanding and theoretical underpinnings of Fiber Optic transmission
  • Develop a basic understanding of Optical Network and design and optical network based transmission system.
  • Understand the basics of Carrier Ethernet technology and how to manage the transmission links after migrating from existing TDM based networks to all IP based networks
Instructor-Led Training
[Classroom: 3 days / LIVE Virtual*: 21 hours]
*Note:
  • A minimum of 5 or more participants are required for a company-based LIVE Virtual course to commence
  • LIVE Virtual courses can be conducted for 5 hours or 7 hours daily. Please note that the number of training days will be extended if you opt for 5 hours daily.

29 Aug – 1 Sep (Mon – Thu), GMT +08:00

If you are keen on attending the above scheduled course, please register your interest via our course enquiry form.

  1. Basic Communication System
  • Understand the Basic Building Blocks that make up a Communication System
  • Trace the Flow of Transmission and Reception of Electronic Signals

2. Transmission Medium

3. Transmission Basics

  • Multiplexing
  • FDM
  • TDM
  • Sampling
  • Quantization
  • T1/E1 Frame Structure

4. OSI Layers and TCP/IP Model

  • Introduction to 7 Layer Architecture
  • Internetworking Basics
  • OSI Reference Model
  • Ethernet Networking
  • Ethernetwork Cabling
  • OSI Model vc TCP/IP Model

5. Networking Devices

  • Structure of Internet
  • LAN Topologies
  • Hubs, Bridges, Switches, Routers and Gateways
  • Networking Models

6. TCP/IP Protocols and IP Addressing

  • TCP/IP Model
  • TCP/UDP Protocol
  • ICMP Protocol
  • ARP/RARP Protocol
  • DHCP, FTP, Telnet, etc
  • IP Addressing Basics
    • Classes of IP Addresses
    • Reserved IP Addresses
    • Purpose of IP Addressing
    • Subnetting Basics
  • Calculation of Hosts and Subnets
  • Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)

7. Switching and Routing

  • CSMA/CD
  • Switching Modes (Cut-Through, Fragment Free, etc.)
  • Switch Operation
  • Forwarding Table
  • Static and Dynamic Routes
  • Routing Table
  • Interior/Exterior Gateway Protocol
  • Exterior Gateway Protocol
  • RIP
  • IGRP
  • OSPF
  • BGP

8. MPLS Introduction

  • Basic Concepts
  • Advantages of MPLS
  • MPLS Operation
  • Forwarding Equivalence Class
  • IP Traffic Engineering
  • GMPLS

9. The Cellular Network

  • Standards of the First, Second, Third and Fourth, Fifth Generation
  • Mobile Communication Path
  • Geographical Structure and Building Blocks

10. Cellular Technologies

  • GSM
  • GPRS/EDGE
  • 3G
  • UMTS/WCDMA
  • HSPA/HSPA+
  • LTE/LTE ADVANCED
    • Key Feature
    • Basic LTE Architecture
    • EPS basics
    • MIMO
  • 5G

11. IMS Overview

  • Introduction to IMS
  • Basic IMS Architecture
  • IMS in Mobile Networks
  • SIGTRAN
  • PCRF

12. Rigging

  • Introduction
  • Why Rigging is Important in Slinging
  • Slinging and Load Factors
  • Safety and Security of Rigging
  • Uses of Fiber in Rigging

13. Microwave Transmission Engineering and Link Planning

  • RR Network and System Specification
  • Map Study and Preparation of Path Profiles
  • Field Survey and Site Determination
  • Determination of Antenna Heights
  • Path Calculations
  • Performance and Availability
  • Frequency Spectrum Allocation
  • Equipment Specifications and Selection
    • MW Radio
    • Digital Modulation
    • Receiver Sensitivity
    • Signal Equalizers
    • Forward Error Correction (FEC)
    • Scrambling and Interleaving
    • Network Management
    • Types of Antenna
    • Antenna Gain
    • VSWR, Cross-polarization
    • Discrimination
    • Radiation Pattern
    • Typical Antenna Characteristics
    • Near Field versus Far Field
    • Antenna Misalignment
  • Transmission Lines (Feeders)
  • Power Supply
  • Towers and Masts
  • Shelters and Containers
  • Auxiliary Equipment
  • Economical Considerations

14. Microwave Propagation and Link Engineering

  • Free Space Propagation
  • Atmospheric Absorption
  • Fresnel Zones
  • Link Outage Prediction
  • Rain Attenuation
  • Site Selection Considerations
  • Map Study
  • Site Position Determination

15. Microwave TDM and Packet Radio Differentiators

  • Planning of IP-based MW Radios
  • KPIs to be Monitored for IP-based Radios
  • Details of IP over TDM and Native Ethernet Radios
  • Use and Applications of IP Radios
  • Traffic Shaping, Engineering and Protection Levels in IP Radios
  • International Trends for Optimizing Backhaul using IP Radio

16. Fiber Optics and GPON/FTTx

  • Fiber Optic Cable Components
  • Single Mode Fiber
  • Multi Mode Fiber
  • FTTx
  • Market for FTTx
  • Flavours of FTTx
  • Passive Optical Network (PON)
  • GPON Architecture
  • Advantages of Deploying GPON

17. Signal Propagation in Fiber

18. Ethernet and SONET/SDH Networks

19. SDH Overview

  • PDH and its Disadvantages
  • Characteristics of SDH
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of SDH
  • Ethernet over SDH

20. WDM and DWDM

  • Why DWDM
  • EDFA, WDM, CWDM, DWDM, Ultra DWDM
  • Channel Spacing
  • Passive Components
  • OADM, ROADM
  • Network Architectures
  • Dispersion
  • Optical Bands
  • DWDM Components

21. Carrier Ethernet

  • Demand Drivers for Carrier Ethernet
  • Advantages of Carrier Ethernet
  • Circuit Emulation of TDM services
  • Carrier Ethernet Service Types
  • Five Main Attributes of Carrier Ethernet
  • Carrier Ethernet Market Sectors
Note: A Certificate of Completion will only be issued upon achieving at least 75% attendance for the course.

Basic knowledge on Telecommunications technology is required.

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