Price 2590 + VAT
DURATION 2 Days

Course Overview

Telephony is any system that enables wired or wireless connectivity for the purpose of transmitting voice or data. This seminar will review the different architectures used for telephony networks, will describe the main switching features and structure, and will cover the protocols used for this propose. This course is an excellent and essential introduction for further pursuing this topic as well as the understanding of Voice over IP seminar.

Who should attend?

R & D and Marketing staff from companies supplying telecom equipment,Marketing and maintenance staff from service providers,Communications and plant managers of companies using telecom equipment and services,Communications consultants

Prerequisite:

None

Course Outline:

1. Introduction

  • Telephony History
  • The principle of the electronic Telephony
  • Ringer circuit   
  • Pulse Dialing Signals
  • Dual Tone Multi Frequency
  • Informational Tones
  • Telephone Components
  • Loopstart
  • FAX
  • unified messaging
  • PABX
  • Pay phone

2. The Digital Revolution

  • Nyquist’s Theorem
  • Analog to PCM Conversion

3. Public Switched – Telephone Network

  • Telephone Network Infrastructure
  • LATA
  • Network Evolution

4. Access

  • Concepts and Definition
  • Telephone to C.O. connection
  • Private Branch Exchange (PBX) Access

5. SWITCHING

  • How Does Switching Work
  • Call Establishment Stages
  • Hierarchy of Switches 

 6. TRANSMISSION

  • Transmission Capacities
  • Multiplexing Techniques
  • Frequency Division Multiplexing
  • Time Division Multiplexing

7. Introduction to PDH(Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy)

  • PDH Transmission Hierarchy
  • PDH Drop & Insert

 

8. E1 – PCM 30

  • Frame Format
  • E1 Framing Structure
  • E1 – CAS Option

9. Introduction to SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy)

  • SDH – The Add/Drop Operation
  • SDH Frame

 10. SIGNALING Network

  • Signal Types
  • Subscriber Signaling and Network  Signaling
  • transport Signaling

11. Introduction to ISDN

  • Layer 1, Layer 2, Layer 3
  • Supplementary services

 12. SS7 Introduction

  • MTP 1 – Connections
  • MTP 2 – Handling
  • MTP 3 – Maintenance / Management
  • Class features

13. Sigtran Introduction

  • M2PA
  • M2UA
  • M3UA
  • SUA
  • Applications

14. VoIP Introduction

  • SIP
  • H.323
  • SIP I / T

15. Summary

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