Telecommunications - Introduction

PCNE153

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  • Network Administrator
  • Support Personnel
  • Security Analyst
  • IT Professional

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MAJOR TOPICS:
  • State of the technology
  • Convergence fundamentals
  • Complete network
  • Comparing transmission media
  • Selecting the medium
  • Applying analog and digital techniques
  • T1/E1 equipment
  • Differences between PDH and SDH
  • Mastering Basic Telephony
  • Local loop
  • How a telephone works
  • Components of LXs and PBXs
  • Calculating blocking probability
  • Modern telephony and video conferencing
  • Basic and primary rate ISDN
  • Comparing cellular techniques
  • Choosing a voice coding method
  • Voice and video conferencing
  • Signaling
  • Channel-associated signaling
  • Applying common-channel signaling
  • Using data communications networks
  • Using PSTN and narrow-band ISDN
  • Specifying frame relay options
  • Applying VPN technology
  • Planning voice/data/video/convergence
  • Dealing with evolving WANs

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