• Overview; Models and why we develop and use them; Terminology; Taxonomies of telecom systems; Analog
  • Overview; Models and why we develop and use them; Terminology; Taxonomies of telecom systems; Analog

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Overview; Models and why we develop and use them; Terminology; Taxonomies of telecom systems; Analog




Overview; Models and why we develop and use them; Terminology; Taxonomies of telecom systems; Analog and digital signals; Noise; Time and frequency domain representations of signals; Modulation; Synchronous and asynchronous transmission; Transmission subsystems; Transmission media; Analog and digital transport subsystems; 

Basic concepts of switching; Space and time division switching networks; Store-and-forward switching; Characteristics of switching equipment and systems; Examples of switching systems; Control concepts and definitions; Characteristics of signaling mechanisms; Examples of signaling subsystems; Network management concepts; Primary and supplementary access functions; Simple telecommunication systems; Public switched telephone network; Other telecom systems.

Telecom, Datacom and Networking for Non‑Engineers is our core training, representing the knowledge set needed by anyone in telecom

Core Courses and Topics in Telecommunications Engineering:

Analog and Digital Communications

 Switching and Automata Theory

Computer Systems and Network 

Satellite Transmission

Probability and Statistics

 Fiber-optic communications

Legal and Regulatory Issues in Telecommunications

Telecommunications Network Management

C Language Programming


Engineering Ethics

Mathematics for Engineers

Fundamentals of Mechanics

Part 1: Fundamentals

Then we cover telecom fundamentals like multiplexing, modems and pulses; and network fundamentals like IP packets and Ethernet switches.

The fundamentals are completed with digital media: how voice is digitized, digital video, digital images, digital quantities and digital text.

1. Introduction to Telecommunications

2. Telecom Fundamentals

3. Network Fundamentals

4. The Internet, Cloud Computing, Web Services and Data Centers

5. Telecom Services Overview

6. Digital Media: Voice, Video, Images, Quantities, Text

Part 2: Telecom Technologies​​​​​​​

DSL and POTS on twisted pair, Hybrid Fiber-Coax cable TV systems, T1 and the categories of LAN cables.

7. Wireless

8. Fiber Optics

9. Copper

Part 3: Equipment, Carriers and Interconnect​​​​​​​

PSTN phone calls, for Internet traffic and CLEC services.

10. Telecom Equipment

11. Carriers and Interconnect

Part 4: Networking​​​​​​​

roundup of technologies and a peek at the future of telecommunications.

12. The OSI Layers and Protocol Stacks

13. Ethernet, LANs and VLANs

14. IP Networks, Routers and Addresses

15. MPLS and Carrier Networks

16. Wrapping Up Course 101

Introduction to Telecom Networks

Telecommunications Industry: Structure and Environment

Emerging Technologies

Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) Industry Structures and Concepts

Introduction to Broadband

Introduction  to Wireless Networks

Introduction  to Convergence Technologies

ICT Current Technologies and Trends

Networking Protocols for Telecommunications

Telecommunication System Development and Deployment

Systems Engineering for Telecommunications Management

Telecommunications Forensics and Security

Network Management and Operations for local and wide area, wired and wireless systems

Telecom Systems Engineering

Telecom Product and Project Management

Telecommunications Capacity Planning

Telecommunications Traffic Engineering

Global Telecom Regulation

Next Generation Networks (NGN) and Services

Introduction to TCP IP

Internet Protocols

Advanced Internet Protocols

Voice Over IP Advanced Voice Over IP

Introduction to Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)

Overview of MPLS VPN, MPLS-TP, MPLS-TE and Seamless MPLS

Introduction to IPv6

Introduction to Gigabit Ethernet (10G 40G and 100G)

Introduction to PON and GPON

Introduction to Optical Transport Networks (OTN)

Introduction to Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Introduction to M2M and IoT

Wireless Communications

Wireless Telecommunications Systems

Introduction to Microwave Communication

Introduction to WiFi and WiMAX

Introduction to Bluetooth

Introduction to VSAT

Introduction to RFID

Introduction to TETRA

Introduction Wireless Security

Next Generation Wireless Networks and Services

Introduction to Mobile Communication

Advanced Mobile Communications: 3G, UMTS, HSPA/HSPA+, LTE, LTE-Advanced

Introduction to Satellite Communications

Introduction to Global Positioning System (GPS)

Introduction to Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT)

RF Engineering Training

RF Optimization Training

RF Safety Training

Telecommunications Certification provides telecom technical knowledge along with  telecom management. skills: telecom planning, implementation, management of physical systems  for voice, video, and data communications.

Telecommunications Certification, Technology, Engineering and Management, a 6-week program,  addresses the requirement of the communications industry for technical and management expertise and business skills.

Telecommunications Certification Objective:

Provide a strong foundation in the technical aspects of telecommunications technologies

Learn about Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) Industry Structures and Concepts

Assess current and emerging telecommunications technologies including wireline, wireless, mobile and broadband

Establish an understanding of telecommunications management

Become proficient in the technical specifications of telecommunications technologies

Evaluate alternative technologies for the fulfillment of communications needs

Understand telecommunications trends for voice, data transfer,video  and digital entertainment converge

Admission open for admission and queries call 


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