TITLE: Fundamentals of Telecom 2
COMPANY: Teracom Training Institute
DATE: May 15 2007
TYPE: Tutorial, DVD
VIDEO: Fundamentals-of-Telecom2.wmv, SD 480p, 1350 kb/s, WMV9
In this video course, we drill into the technology a bit, to understand the concepts, standards and technologies for actually transmitting voice calls from one place to another.
We'll give you a real understanding of what "digital" actually means, and how it is implemented. We’ll explain what a "DS0" is, and take a practical tour of digital circuits, including T1, T3, SONET and ISDN. At a high level, we'll see how voice, data and video can be integrated.
Then, we'll take a closer look at how this is all actually done, with Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and digital carrier systems that are the technologies at the heart of telecom networks. Without getting bogged down on technical details, we'll provide you with a basic understanding of how transmission systems work, including T1 over copper wires and SONET over fiber.
Most of the transmission systems we have in place were designed for digital voice communications using these techniques... but they are also used for data and networking. This video course provides you with the concrete knowledge of the telecommunication circuits necessary to a full understanding of data circuits and network services.
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Course outline - V2: Fundamentals of Telecom 2
Length 124 minutes. DVD-R NTSC format. 63-page 8.5" x 11" softcover bound workbook. Production year 2006.
Chapter 1 Digital Communications
1.03 Why Digital?
1.05 Analog and Digital: What Do We Really Mean?
1.07 Continuous Signals, Discrete Signals
1.09 Voice Digitization (Analog ? Digital Conversion)
1.11 Voice Reconstruction (Digital ? Analog Conversion)
1.13 Voice Digitization Summary
1.15 The Digital Hierarchy: Industry Standard Line Speeds
1.17 Popular Technologies: Digital Carrier Systems
1.19 ISDN BRI and PRI
1.21 Digital Circuit Voice Applications
1.23 Digital Circuit Data Applications
1.25 Digital Video
1.27 Integration: Voice, Video, Data
Chapter 2 Transmission Systems
2.03 Time Division Multiplexing
2.05 T1 Carrier System
2.07 T1 Basics: Multiplexers
2.09 Framing and Channels
2.11 Pulses and Repeaters
2.13 How T1 is Provided
2.15 Fibers and Cables
2.17 SONET and DWDM: Core Networks
2.19 International Digital Hierarchies
Appendix A Acronyms and Abbreviations
Teracom's self-paced DVD-video courses: ideal for learning about telecom, datacom, networking, IP, MPLS, Voice over IP and wireless outside of structured seminars.
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