Modern Transport Network

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Plan and Design 3G/4G Mobile backhaul networks 
  • Understand advanced routing solutions IP/MPLS 
  • Sketch the typical 3G/4G IP backhaul deployment architecture
  • Know the differences of Ethernet backhaul services from Private line service to Ethernet VP Tree service
  • Recognize the importance of Microwave transmission in a secondary market environment for hard to reach locations
  • Explain benefits of Carrier Ethernet and list various services available for backhaul 
  • Compare and contrast IP/MPLS vs IP/Ethernet and list various services provided for backhaul
  • Apply the end-to-end QoS concepts in IP and Ethernet integrated backhaul and their usage as part of the  SLA and Identify how QoS and security can be guaranteed
  • Understand Next Generation SDH and SDH Synchronization
  • Overview, challenges, requirements & solutions of Synchronization for Carrier Ethernet in mobile backhaul with case studies from different mobile operators.

COURSE DURATION
5-day instructor-led training

COURSE OUTLINE

DAY 1: SDH

  • Introduction to Transport System and Transmission Systems
  • Overview of Fiber Optics Communications  
  • SDH: Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
  • SDH Overhead and roles in OAM&P

DAY 2: SDH

  • SDH Pointers and their role in OAM&P
  • SONET/SDH Network Topologies and Configurations
  • SDH Alarms and Troubleshooting
  • Error and Performance Monitoring
  • Protection and Survivability
  • SDH Synchronization and Timing
DAY 3: DWDM

  • Introduction to DWDM
  • DWDM Components and Architecture
  • SDH, IP, ATM, WDM and DWDM Integration
  • Tools and Accessories

DAY 4: Carrier Ethernet

  • Fundamentals of MEF Carrier Ethernet
  • Service Definition in Single Operator Scenario
  • Carrier Ethernet Services Definition over Multiple Operator Networks
  • Target application
  • Trouble Shooting: Link and Service OAM&PM
DAY 5: Microwave

  • Historic Evolution of Radio Links
  • Point-to-Point Fixed Communication Technologies
  • Field of Application and Use Cases
  • Basic Components of a Fixed Service Microwave Link
  • Network Architecture 
  • Spectrum Management Aspects
  • Design of a Microwave LOS Link
  • Noise
  • Interferences
  • Free Space Propagation
  • Design Basis
  • Redundancy Arrangements
  • System Monitoring and Management
  • Performance Objectives and Criteria
  • Availability Criteria
  • ITU Error Performance and Availability Usage Guidelines

 

Upcoming Training Available

18 – 22 Apr ’16

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