GPON-FTTH Planning
FMT-59

Duration: 3days
Course description:
GPON-FTTH technology has become the logical choice for new access network buildouts and for the revamping of the existing ones. This course will provide the participants with the knowledge and skills required for careful planning and the evaluation of the different design options for passive ODN, to ensure successful service deployment and network evolution.


Who would benefit:
Professionals involved in planning fiber optic access networks.


Passive optical components
ODN planning & design
FTTH planning formulae and guidelines
Power budget calculations o Planning documents and drawings
ODN Planning – case study o Comprehensive exercise
Planning & design of GPON- FTTH Network


GPON for Mobile Backhaul
FMT-60

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
As mobile networks migrate from 2G to 3G to 4G/LTE, there is an increasing demand for more bandwidth on the backhaul links between base stations and the network edge. Since cellsize is decreasing and fiber is driven deeper into the network, an attractive option is then to use GPON as a backhauling technology to/from base stations. This course provides an overview of the backhaul, its evolution, and discusses the backhaul solutions with GPON.

Who would benefit:
Telecom professionals


Mobile sites categories
Backhaul requirements for 2G/3G/4G/LTE
Mobile Backhaul Evolution
Backhaul Solutions with GPON
Backhaul scenarios o Site categorization
Backhaul network selection


Optical Distribution Network (ODN)
FMT-61

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
The ODN provides the optical channel between OLT and ONT to communicate with each other. ODN is the main component of the FTTH network construction, and therefore, it directly affects the total cost, system performance, reliability and the upgrade potential. This course will provide the participants with the comprehensive knowledge of the basic concepts and technology of ODN.

Who would benefit:
Telecom professionals involved in design, development, operation, maintenance and planning of optical access networks


ODN Architecture
ODN Components
ODF/Patch Panels
AWG-Wavelength splitter
Feeder Cables
Fiber Distribution Hub (FDH
Floor Distribution Boxes
Rosette/Micro ODF


GPON ONT Operation & Maintenance
FMT-62

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
There are three main components in a GPON access network that include Optical Line Terminal, Optical Distribution Network and Optical Network Terminal of which, ONT is installed at the customer end. This course covers in detail the installation, testing & maintenance aspects of ONT equipment and a comparative study of different ONTs currently deployed in the network.

Who would benefit:
Engineers and technicians involved in installation, operation and maintenance of ONT equipment


ONT Setup
Services Overivew
Media Gateway Configuration
Software/Data Handling
ONT Maintenance
Fault Analysis and Locating


RGW – CPE Installation & Testing
FMT-63

Duration: 1 day
Course description:
To provide multiple services, a CPE with gateway and multiplexer functionality is needed and that’s where Home Gateway’s or Residential Gateway’s are used as smart home so- lutions. In this course, participants will work on the RGW equipment in terms of installation, configuration and maintenance of customer-end devices.

Who would benefit:
Personnel involved in installation, operation and maintenance of ONT/ RGW/STB Equipment


CPE overview
RGW Installation & cabling procedure
RGW service configuration
RGW testing procedure
Fault handling
Link test of IP gateway
Basic service handling techniques


Structured Cabling Installation & Testing
FMT-64

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
This is an entry level course designed to introduce the participants to the physical layer-1 installation standards and practices related to structured cabling systems. The course mate- rial and practical activities are based around the ISO/IEC IS 11801 Ed 2:2002 standard



Who would benefit:
Personnel from either a telecommunications or an electrical background


Structured cabling architecture.
Cabling media requirements.
Installation procedures and practices.
Cable distribution and termination.
Testing and fault finding procedures using industry standard cable analyzers.