T1/T3 Training Fundamentals

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T1/T3 Training Fundamentals

Introduction:

Understand how to select, integrate, and configure T1 and T3 services. Explore tariffs and service options before making a purchase decision, and learn about frame formats and how data is transmitted over T1/T3. Understand the marketplace and vendor choices. Master the fundamentals of T1, T3, and SONET.

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● If you are familiar with some aspects of this course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Related Courses:

Metro Ethernet Training
Carrier Ethernet Training

Duration: 2 days

Audience / Target Group:

This course is useful for network engineers and managers who have responsibility in the following functional areas: network design, network management, network operations, network engineering and information systems. Internet providers and managers in enterprise organizations who have telecommunications or network responsibility can benefit.

Objectives:

Understand fractional T1 applications, implementation and operation and evaluate T1 voice and data interface options, applications and performance criteria.

Course Content:

Executive Overview

Key technical features
Market Motivation
Business Applications
Vendors
Interoperability, scalability, and future proof
Benefits
T1 Networking
The Development of the T-Carrier System
T1 Fundamentals
Digital Networking Standards
Extended Superframe Format
T1 Equipment
T1 Applications
T3 Networking
T3 Fundamentals
T3 Formats, Standards, and Protocols
T1 and T3 Equipment
T3 Applications
Media Use for T1 andt T3
The basics of digital carrier systems
Timing and synchronization in digital networks
SONET
Payload mapping and management
Topologies and configurations, including add-drop and cross-connect
Operations, administration and maintenance of digital networks

Applying analog and digital techniques

Bandwidth, loss, frequency response
AMI, B8ZS, NRZ, AM, FM, PSK, QAM
Sync and async transmission

T1/T3 Introduction

Origins of T1
What Is Fractional T1?
What Is T3?
Benefits of Digital Carriers
Digital Signal Hierarchy (DS0–DS4)
E Carrier Comparison to T Carrier
Analog to Digital Conversion
Technical References and Standards
Transmission Fundamentals
T1 Channel Banks
T1 DSU/CSUs
56/64Kbps
DSU/CSUs
Multiplexers
Voice/data DSUs

T1/T3/E3 Components

DS1 and DS3 Characteristics
Digital Carrier Signal Coding Options
Signal Levels and Standards
Channel Service Units (CSU)
Data Service Units (DSU)
Combined CSUs/DSUs
T1 Multiplexers
T1 Multiplexer Functions
Technical Aspects of T1 Multiplexers
Multiplexer Types, Commercial Products
Equipment Trends
Corporate Backbone Network Switches and Fast Packet Switching Technology
Multiplexers (MUX)
Channel Banks
B7Sub/B8Sub
Zero Code Suppression (ZCS)
AMI
ZBTSI
B8ZS
HDB3/B3ZS
Digital Carrier Framing Options
D1/D1D/D2/D3/D4â€â€Â

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