Global Communications Training Workshop - hands-on
In this Global Communications Training Part I course, students will explore the fundamental concepts and technologies relating to Circuit-Switched (CS) telephone networks, Packet-Switched (PS) data networks, optical networks, and wireless communication with mobile cellular and satellites. The Global Communications Training Part I course will cover the evolution from traditional circuit-switched telecom networks through packet-switched digital computer networks. This Global Communications Training course covers of standards, protocols, and methods for digital communications that relate to the topics listed above. Exercises are included throughout the course to reinforce the learning objectives.
- 3 Days of Global Communications Training from an Authorized Instructor
- Global Communications Training Courseware
- Certificate of Completion
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Global Communications Training Workshop – Audience/Target Group:
The target audience for this Global Communications Training Part I course:
- Technical and management personnel, researchers, hardware and software designers, defense and homeland security experts, public safety and law enforcement, spectrum regulators, whose job requires an understanding of the evolving 5G technology and applications.
Global Communications Training Workshop – Prerequisites:
It is assumed that participants attending this Global Communications Training course:
- Are familiar with the basic usage of a Windows computer, the Internet and a modern Web browser such Chrome or Firefox.
- Students should have a working knowledge of the basic telephony and computer networking concepts (e.g. use of landline and cellular phones, and the Internet).
Global Communications Training Workshop – Objectives:
Upon completion of this Global Communications Training course, the student will be able to:
- Diagram a basic model of a wired and wireless communication system
- List the attributes of different types of communications mediums
- Understand telephone numbering plans and how they are used to route circuit-switched calls throughout the global telephone network
- Describe the concept of multiplexing, and how it is used to transmit multiple analog or digital signals over a shared transmission medium
- Describe the layered model used to define computer networking protocols and connectivity
- Define the characteristics of both Ethernet and wireless standards used in Local area Networks (LANs)
- Differentiate the key aspects for both versions of the Internet Protocol (IPv4 and IPv6)
- Convert values between binary, decimal, and hexadecimal
- Understand basic concepts related to wireless communications
- Diagram the fundamental components of a mobile cellular communications
- Differentiate between the various technologies and standards used in core (backbone) networks
- Understand satellite communications and its role in global communications networks
- List examples of modern, complex, multi-technology communication networks