Telecommunications - Voice/Data/Video Convergence




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  • Convergence fundamentals
  • Complete network
  • Transmission media - comparison
  • Medium selection
  • Analog and digital techniques - applying
  • T1/E1 equipment
  • PDH versus SDH
  • Telephony
  • Local loop
  • Components of Lxs and PBXs
  • Blocking probability - calculation
  • Video conferencing
  • ISDN - basic and primary
  • Cellular techniques
  • Voice coding method
  • Video conferencing standards
  • Signaling
  • Channel associated signaling
  • Common channel signaling
  • Data communications network
  • Packet versus Circuit switching
  • TCP/IP
  • PSTN and narrow band ISDN
  • Frame Relay options
  • VPN
  • Voice/data/Video convergence
  • Transmission level convergence
  • Network level convergence
  • Application level convergence

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