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COM 201: Multiplexing and TDM Communications

Description

COM 201
Course Information

This is a one-day course.

Course Base Fees: $600 USD

Dependable communications for critical infrastructure are crucial when you are deploying fiber networks. Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) offers proven and reliable time-deterministic channels for mission-critical data, such as protection and control. TDM multiplexers can be deployed anywhere and are ideal for private networks where you have complete control to engineer each application for optimal performance.

In this SONET and multiplexing fundamentals course, you will learn about the concepts and considerations that are involved in designing a SONET-based network. This course will prepare you to implement multiplexer network applications, and during this one-day course, you will design a realistic multinode SONET-based OC-48 network. It will also provide a concise introduction to the concepts that will be applied in APP ICON.

Audience

This course is designed for utility engineers and technicians who specify, design, operate, or maintain utility networks, including utility protection engineers, automation engineers, integration engineers, and novice communications engineers and managers.


Agenda

Day 1

  • Introduction to Communications Networks
  • Fiber-Optic Transmission Principles
  • Introduction to Multiplexing
  • SONET Fundamentals
  • DACS Fundamentals
  • SONET Network Design (with exercise)

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, students can:

  • Apply the basics of SONET-based communications technologies to a network design.
  • Identify the principles of fiber-optic-based transmission and media.
  • Identify multiplexing considerations and applications.
  • Describe the fundamentals and importance of TDM.
  • Design a multinode SONET-based network.
  • Assign network traffic based on circuit requirements.

Student Background and Knowledge

Before you attend this class, we recommend that you:

  • Be familiar with utility network requirements.
  • Have an understanding of communications theory.
  • Have a basic understanding of utility power systems.

Course Information
Course Base Fees: $USD600*

CEUs: 0.8
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Pullman, WA, USA
October 27, 2020

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Course Preparation

A laptop with Wireshark installed is optional.

Please bring a calculator with basic math functions.

Digital course materials: A link to download the digital course materials will be sent via email 2 weeks prior to the course, and a workbook will be provided on the first day.

Additional information is on the Course Policies and FAQ pages.