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  • Support Personnel
  • IT Professional

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MAJOR TOPICS:
  • ISDN principles
  • Digitizing voice and video
  • Channels, reference points and signaling
  • Channels for data and control
  • ISDN reference configuration
  • Signaling system
  • BRA: basic rate access
  • Physical and electrical aspects
  • Layer 2 protocol
  • Call Control with Q.931
  • BRA subscriber loop standards
  • Primary rate access
  • PRA - how provided
  • PRA flavors
  • ISDN services
  • Bearer services
  • Teleservices
  • Supplementary services
  • ISDN customer premises equipment
  • Certification
  • TEs
  • TAs
  • ISDN applications
  • Types of applications
  • API: Application Programming Interfaces
  • ISDN - selection and installation
  • ISDN wiring
  • ISDN services
  • Choosing NT1s
  • Configuring TEs
  • ISDN Costs
  • B-ISDN - Broadband ISDN
  • Fiber or copper
  • Cells and fast packet switching
  • Transition of ISDN
  • Interworking with other networks
  • Differentiating between ISDN markets

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