Telecom Engineering

SGL’s telecommunications training course focuses on telecom concepts and applications of telephony technologies. You will learn how information, including voice, data and video, is carried throughout the world.

Telecom Engineering Course

SGL’s telecommunications training course focuses on telecom concepts and applications of telephony technologies. You will learn how information, including voice, data and video, is carried throughout the world.

Telecommunication sector has several potential and presents many job opportunities.   There are numerous telecom companies around the globe that offers diverse services and participants can get jobs in these companies once they successfully complete a course like this.

Course Benefits:

Telecom Courses are beneficial to participants and professionals to gain necessary knowledge within the field.

This course is essential for participants and make them qualified for entry-level jobs within telecom the industry.

 Course Objectives:

Comprehend the fundamentals of voice, data and video communications technology, including industry buzzwords, from a vendor-independent perspective.

Learn the differences between analog and digital transmission, and the migration to a converged digital/optical networks for voice, data and video.

Study the components of voice networks, such as carrier switches, Routing, PBXs, T1 trunks, switched versus dedicated circuits, packet and wireless networks.

Study the components of data networks such as modems, virtual circuits, hubs, switches and routers.

Evaluate the differences between all the various access methods including DSL, cable MODEMs, wireless (cellular, WiMax, Wi-Fi), T1 and Carrier Ethernet.

Learn about private voice network design alternatives using tie-lines, Centrex, virtual private networks (VPN) and hosted services.

Understand PBX and IP-PBX features and voice traffic engineering

Master the basics of local, metropolitan and wide area networks (LANs, MANs and WANs), including the differences between network bridging/switching and routing.

Review the structure and capabilities of the public Internet and private Intranets.

Learn about technologies such as Frame Relay, ATM, MLPS, Ethernet and TCP/IP and determine each technologies impact on network design, communication capabilities and Quality of Service (QOS).

Study the benefits, drawbacks and technology behind Voice over IP (VOIP) using IP PBXs, IP phones and Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSP) and IPTV.

·         Course Outline:

o    Rf & Microwave Transmission

§  Introduction to RF and Microwave Engineering

§  RF Systems

§  Antenna Theory 

§  Transmission Lines Theory

§  Transmission Lines and Wave Guides

§  Microwave Network Analysis

§  Impedance Matching

§  Microwave Network Analysis

§  Design and analysis of microwave filters 

§  Noise Analysis of Two-Port Circuits

§  Active Devices for Microwave Circuits

§  Amplifiers Designs

§  RF Neworks

o    Wireless Gsm ( Cellular Mobile Communications)

§  GSM

§  GPRS

§  EDGE

§  3G

§  4G LTE

§  4G Network

§  5G

§  Network Integration

§  PDH: Operation & Commissioning

§  SDH: Operation & Commissioning

§  BTS/PDH/SDH Network Integration and Network Upgrades

§  Intercom PABX/ IP PBX/VOIP ( IP, Digital and Analogue).

§  Fundamentals of (IP) Digital PBX and Analogue systems

§  Understanding of PABX, IP PBX and VOIP phone system

§  Designing , installation  and maintenance

Integration of  VoIP gateways

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