WiMAX System Survey
FMT-47

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
WiMAX is used for a number of applications including “firstmile”, cellular backhaul, hotspots and enterprise connectivity. This course provides s a technical overview of the various WiMAX profiles, in terms of architecture, implementation options, topologies, security and mobility management.

Who would benefit:
Engineering personnel involved in the planning, operation and design of 802.16 (WiMAX) networks.


WiMAX Architecture
WiMAX Air Interface Technologies: OFDM and OFDMA
802.16 MAC Protocols
802.16 Physical Layer
WIMAX Operation
802.16e Mobile WiMAX


WDM/DWDM Networks
FMT-48

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) and Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technologies offer a novel method of increasing the bandwidth of fiber by realizing the untapped potential of fiber. This course provides a concise coverage of the WDM/ DWDM technology, architecture and applications.

Who would benefit:
Field service engineers responsible for the planning, design, provisioning, testing, operating and maintaining optical fiber systems.


Combination of TDM and WDM
Fiber Transmission Media and Wave Propagation
WDM Key Technologies
WDM Network Elements
Optical Multiplex Section Protection
Optical Supervisory Channel
Requirements of Optical supervisory Signal


SDH Principles
FMT-49

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
SDH is a superior alternative to the previous PDH (Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy) standard, offering a capability to send synchronous data at 55 Mbps to 10 Gbps over today’s single-mode fiber optic links. This course covers the fundamentals concepts of SDH covering network components, topologies, framing, synchronization, alarm management and protection.

Who would benefit:
Technical personnel responsible for the planning, design, management or support of networks employing SDH technology.


Pulse code modulation (PCM)
SDH Network Elements
SDH Data Rates
PDH to SDH Mapping
STM Frame Structure
Synchronization


SDH Networks
FMT-50

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
This course builds on the SDH Principles and dwells into advanced topics pertaining to path/ repeater/multiplex section alarms, different types of protection switching, pointer actions, network management, and alarm management. It provides details of PDH to SDH mapping, SDH multiplexing to achieve higher speeds and clock synchronization.


Who would benefit:
Technical personnel responsible for the planning, design, management or support of networks employing SDH technology.


SDH features
SDH Mapping and Multiplexing Structure
SDH Frame Structure
Maintenance Signals
SDH Protection Architecture
Synchronization of SDH Network


VSAT Networks: Planning and Deployment
FMT-51

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
VSAT supports a large range of services that include telephony, data, video, data base inquiry and internet access. This course provides a technical, market and regulatory information with regards to the planning, site survey, installation and commissioning of a remote VSAT into corporate networks.

Who would benefit:
Engineering staff involved in the planning, implementation and operations of satellite systems


The VSAT Market
Satellite Essentials
VSAT Earth Station Engineering
VSAT Network Implementation
VSAT Protocols
VSAT System Description
VSAT installation and Commissioning


Satellite Communication
FMT-52

Duration: 5 days
Course description:
Satellite offers a number of features not readily available with other means of communications such as a combination of capabilities such as multiple access, multi-purpose, distance insensitivity, etc. This course provides a comprehensive treatment of this dynamic area of engineering


Who would benefit:
Engineering staff involved in the planning, implementation and operations of satellite systems


Evolutionary timeline
Orbital Mechanics
Flight Mechanics and Launch
Propagation Effects
Antennas
Link Budget
Spacecraft Subsystems
Earth Segment
Look Angle Determination