End-to-End Traffic Engineering and Management

COURSE OBJECTIVES
The main objectives for attending “End-to-End Traffic Management” is to expose the participants to the fundamentals of teletraffic engineering processes with the emphasis on how those concepts are applied to solutions for traffic management. Participants will understand the tools for modeling and performance evaluation methods.

PRE-REQUISITE
A strong knowledge of wireless communication systems is required.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Network engineers, network designers, network administrators, technical managers, project planners, and system managers will be benefitted from this course.

COURSE DURATION
3-day course

COURSE OUTLINE

Teletraffic principles

  • What is an Erlang?
  • Traffic theory properties
  • Traffic engineering concepts (trunk, congestion, performance metrices)
  • Basics of probability and queuing theory
  • Queue analysis – state diagrams
  • Little’s formula
  • Kendal notation
  • Poisson process
  • Markov chain analysis
  • Erlang B
  • Extended Erlang B
  • Erlang C
  • Basic exercises in using the Erlang tables
  • Erlang efficiency curves and relation to trunking
  • Optimization exercises for trunk utilization
  • Practice traffic engineering exercises
Teletraffic telecom applications

  • CS traffic applications
  • PS traffic applications

Teletraffic multiservice & KPI’s

  • CS/PS dual service dimensioning
  • KPI’s
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