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Training Catalogue SDH & Network Managements Systems

Optical & Radio Communications

SDH & Network Managements Systems


Optical & Radio Communications
SDH Theory and Networks .............................................................................5 Telecom Network Synchronization ................................................................7 MSH11c-155Mbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer...............8 MSH41C-622Mbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer .............9 2.5Gbit/s Synchronous Digital Regenerator MSH53..................................10 MSH51C-2,5 Gbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer ............11 SMA1/4 Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexers ..............................12 SMA16 Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexers................................14 9600 Series SDH Digital Radio .....................................................................15 SDH Transmission Network Management System MV36/38....................16 EM-OS & MV38 ............................................................................................17 EM OS System Administration .................................................................18 SDH Radio Element Management System 1353SH....................................19

SDH Theory and Networks


Objectives
This course will offer to the participants a thorough understanding of: SDH characteristics and advantages over PDH systems. Structure of STM frames. Multiplexing procedures of PDH signals into STM frames. Synchronisation aspects and protection capabilities of SDH systems. Network applications employing SDH technology. Management structure of SDH networks.

Contents
From PDH to SDH Overview of PCM coding PDH frames Main PDH drawbacks - limitations SDH general characteristics Advantages of the Synchronous concept Basic SDH standards Typical implementation of SDH networks - SDH rings STM Frames Two dimensional frame structure Structure of STM-1 frame - Tributary Units, Groups - Containers, Virtual Containers - Administrative Units, Groups Structure of STM-4 frames Structure of STM-16 frames SDH multiplexing structure Mapping of Plesiochronous signals Multiplexing paths Justification and stuffing bits Mapping of PDH 2Mb/s signals in STM-1 - VC-12, TU-12 multiframe - Speed adjustment Mapping of ATM cells Overhead Information Path Overhead Layout Information carried in the Section Overhead - Multiplexing Section - Regeneration Section The Role of Pointers TU pointer structure TU pointer justification procedure AU pointer structure

AU pointer justification procedure SDH Network applications ADM-1 functionality - Terminal MUX - Line configuration - Add-drop MUX - Ring configuration - Cross Connect MUX - Cross Connect Configuration - Hub MUX - Hub Configuration Network strategies - Ring level topology - Mesh topology Synchronisation Jitter and wander problrems Network element synchronisation plan Synchronisation quality levels Timing marker operation SDH network synchronisation configuration Protection Channels Alternative routing Designing SDH rings with protection channels - Section protection - Path protection Management of SDH Networks ADM Q3 interface Logical networking for Network management The use of Non-standardised Overhead Bytes F interface

Entry Requirements
Basic knowledge of PDH hierarchy and digital communications.

Target Group
Personnel involved in the planning, installation, operation and maintenance of SDH networks and systems.

Mode of Delivery
Lectures

Duration: 3 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Language: English, Greek

Telecom Network Synchronization


Objectives
This course will offer to the participants a thorough understanding of : The importance of synchronization in Telecom Networks. The synchronization related function of Telecom Equipments. The synchronization theory. Synchronization Network Planning.

Contents
The need for synchronization in Telecom Networks Telecom systems synchronization plan: - Digital Exchange - PDH multiplexer - SDH multiplexer ITU-T, ETSI Recommendations Synchronization Theory: - Jitter-Wander - Fractional Frequency - Frequency Offset - Frequency Drift - Time Interval Error (TIE) - Maximum TIE - TDEV Quality Limits Synchronization Network Planning - Use of S1 Byte Measurements Cases

Entry Requirements
Basic knowledge on digital communications.

Target Group
PTT personnel involved in planning and O&M activities

Mode of Delivery
Lectures and cases.

Duration: 2 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Language: English, Greek

MSH11c-155Mbit/s Synchronous Digital AddDrop Multiplexer


Objectives
The participants will acquire knowledge of general SDH theory concepts and will be familiar with the synchronous multiplexing structure. They will also acquire deep and detailed knowledge about the structure, the operation and the commissioning procedure of MSH11c 155Mbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer.

Contents
Overview of MSH11c Technical characteristics of MSH11c Network Applications Installation procedure Functional description of MSH11c Local Management Centre (LMC) Configuration of MSH11c Commissioning procedure Cross connection and path protection procedure Alarm Handling procedure Quality management Line-up Measurements

Entry Requirements

Experience in digital transmission systems Basic knowledge of computer handling.

Target Group
Those who are going to work with MSH11c

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on MSH11c equipment. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available.

Duration: 3 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

MSH41C-622Mbit/s Synchronous Digital AddDrop Multiplexer


Course Objectives
The participants will acquire knowledge of general SDH theory concepts and will be familiar with the synchronous multiplexing structure. They will also acquire deep and detailed knowledge about the structure, the operation and the commissioning procedure of MSH41C 622Mbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer.

Contents
Overview of PDH principles General characteristics of SDH SDH vs. PDH Introduction to basic SDH concepts VC, TU, TUG, AU, AUG, STM-1, STM-4 Pointers Overheads Multiplexing of plesiochronous 2Mbits/s signal in STM-1 and STM-4 Overview of MSH41C Technical characteristics of MSH41C Network Applications Installation procedure Functional description of MSH41C Configuration of MSH41C Commissioning Fault Management Line-up Measurements

Entry Requirements
Experience in transmission or digital switching systems Basic knowledge of computer handling.

Target Group
People that are going to work with MSH41C .

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on MSH41C equipment. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available.

Duration: 5 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

2.5Gbit/s Synchronous Digital Regenerator MSH53


Course Objectives
The participants will acquire deep and detailed knowledge on the structure and functionality of the MSH53 regenerator. By the end of the course, they will be able to install, control and support networks having MSH53 equipment.

Contents

Overview of MSH53 Functional description of MSH53 Technical characteristics of MSH53 Cards Functionality Interfaces Power EOW Synchronisation LMC TMN Display Operation Panel Alarm Mode Configuration Mode Local Management Center (LMC) Configuration Management Fault Management Performance Management Security Management Channel Protection Installation procedure Line-up Measurements Operation and Maintenance procedure

Entry Requirements

SDH Theory Digital Communications Experience in transmission systems and networks Basic knowledge of computer handling and English language

Target Group
Personnel involved in the Installation and O&M of the MSH53 regenerator

Mode Of Delivery

Lectures Practical, on system demonstration Practical, on system exercises Duration: 2-3 days.

Number of Participants: 8 persons.

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MSH51C-2,5 Gbit/s Synchronous Digital AddDrop Multiplexer


Course Objectives
The participants will acquire knowledge of general SDH theory concepts and will be familiar with the synchronous multiplexing structure. They will also acquire deep and detailed knowledge about the structure, the operation and the commissioning procedure of MSH51C 2,5 Gbit/s Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexer.

Contents
Overview of PDH principles General characteristics of SDH SDH vs. PDH Introduction to basic SDH concepts VC, TU, TUG, AU, AUG, STM-1, STM-4, STM-16 Pointers Overheads Multiplexing of plesiochronous 2Mbits/s signal in STM-1, STM-4 and STM16 Overview of MSH51C Technical characteristics of MSH51C Network Applications Installation procedure Functional description of MSH51C Configuration of MSH51C Commissioning Fault Management Line-up Measurements

Entry Requirements
Experience in transmission or digital switching systems Basic knowledge of computer handling.

Target Group
People that are going to work with MSH51C .

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on MSH51C equipment. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available. Duration: 5 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

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SMA1/4 Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexers


Objectives
The participants will acquire knowledge of general SDH theory concepts and will be familiar with the synchronous multiplexing structure. They will also acquire deep and detailed knowledge about the structure, the operation and the commissioning procedure of SMA 1 / 4 Synchronous Marconi Add-Drop Multiplexers.

Contents SDH Theory


Overview of PDH principles General characteristics of SDH SDH vs. PDH Introduction to basic SDH concepts VC, TU, TUG, AU, AUG, STM-1, STM-4 Pointers Overheads Multiplexing of plesiochronous 2Mbits/s signal in STM-1 and STM-4

SMA 1

Card layout for the SMA-1 equipment. Numbering scheme for connections into the system. Identify and explain LED displays on the equipment. Describe the constituent cards and their functionality within the system. Identify and use the Local Craft Terminal program to view and configure settings on the system. Explain the data communications set up over N/W. Configure communications with LCT. Explain how the system is synchronised. Configure synchronisation within the system. Identify and configure protection facilities on the equipment Identify faults on system. Commission the SMA-1 equipment into the training network

SMA 4

Card layout for the SMA-4 equipment. Numbering scheme for connections into the system. Identify and explain LED displays on the equipment. Describe the constituent cards and their functionality within the system. Identify and use the Local Craft Terminal program to view and configure settings on the system. Explain the data communications set up over N/W. Configure communications with LCT. Explain how the system is synchronised. Configure synchronisation within the system.

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Identify and configure protection facilities on the equipment Identify faults on system. Commission the SMA-4 equipment into the training network.

Entry Requirements

Experience in digital transmission systems. Basic knowledge of computer handling.

Target Group
Those who are going to work with SMA 1 & SMA 4

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on equipments. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available. Duration: 8 - 10 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

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SMA16 Synchronous Digital Add-Drop Multiplexers


Objectives
The participants will acquire detailed knowledge about the structure, the operation and the commissioning procedure of SMA 16 Synchronous Marconi Add-Drop Multiplexers.

Contents
Card layout for the SMA-16 equipment. Numbering scheme for connections into the system. Identify and explain LED displays on the equipment. Describe the constituent cards and their functionality within the system. Identify and use the Local Craft Terminal program to view and configure settings on the system. Explain the data communications set up over N/W. Configure communications with LCT. Explain how the system is synchronised. Configure synchronisation within the system. Identify and configure protection facilities on the equipment Identify faults on system. Commission the SMA-16 equipment into the training network

Entry Requirements

Experience in digital transmission systems. Basic knowledge of computer handling.

Target Group
Those who are going to work with SMA 16

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on equipments. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available. Duration: 3 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

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9600 Series SDH Digital Radio


Course Objectives
At the beginning the participants learn the theory of radio link communications and then they focus on the structure, the operation and maintenance of 128TCM L6, 32QAM 11GHz and 18GHz urban link systems operation.

Contents
Propagation Theory Transmission Performance Objectives Frequency Spectrum Utilisation Modulation and Counter Measure Methods Digital Microwave Radio 128TCM L6 System Operation Radio transmitter and receiver 128 TCM modem with baseband equalisers Automatic protection switching equipment Radio Section Adaptation units Service channel units 32QAM 11GHz System Operation Radio transmitter and receiver 32 QAM modem with baseband equalisers Automatic protection switching equipment Radio Section Adaptation units Service channel units 18GHz Urban Link System Operation Radio transmitter and receiver Modulator - Demodulator Baseband: RSA and auxiliary functions

Entry Requirements
Knowledge of digital electronics and radio theory basics.

Target Group
This seminar is particularly designed for telecommunication personnel working with radio systems

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom (overheads and student material available) and practical training and exercises Duration: 10 days

Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: Greek, English

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SDH Transmission Network Management System MV36/38


Course Objectives
At the end of this course, participants will acquire knowledge on the following fields: Structure of the Transmission Element Manager Subsystem. Capabilities of the MV36/38 software environment in representing the Transmission Network. Transmission Network management via MV36/38.

Contents
Data Communication Network structure TEM Hardware and Software structure MV36 overview and Transmission Network representation MV36 operation Network Management Managing Domains, Elements and Operators Streams Connection Management Alarms Management Maintenance and Testing Management

Entry Requirements
UNIX Basics. Good knowledge on SDH theory and Synchronous Multiplexers. Basic knowledge on Data Communication Networks and Environments.

WINDOWS

Target Group
Operators of the NMS-TEM in a Network Management Centre.

Mode of Delivery
Lectures, practical training and exercises.

Duration: 5 - 7 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: Greek, English

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EM-OS & MV38


Objectives
On completion of the course, the delegates will be able to operate the MV38 Network Manager & EM-OS Element Manager, including the ability to diagnose and manage alarms.

Contents MV38
Installation Principles System Functions Creation of the Operators and Configuration of the Environment Back-up and Recovery Procedures Sub-networks Management Links, Circuits, Paths Routing Alarm Management Managed elements. Overview of EM-OS architecture. The windows environment. Network and sub-network windows. Display of element details. Network element configuration. Alarm listing and management. Event log management. Managing Cross-Connections. Management of protection switching. Performance monitoring.

EM-OS

Entry Requirements
This course is intended for delegates who have already completed the Operations and Maintenance courses of the equipments.

Target Group
Those who are going to work in NMC

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on equipments. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available. Duration: 5 days Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

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EM OS System Administration
Objectives
On completion of this course the delegate will be able to carry out administration procedures, and any activities associated with the management of elements using the Element Manager. Contents

Contents
Features and Facilities. EM-OS Management. System and Network Element Commissioning and Reconfiguration. Operation. Fault Management. Performance Monitoring.

Entry Requirements
This course is intended for delegates who have already completed the Operations and Maintenance courses of the equipments.

Target Group
Those who are going to work in NMC

Mode of Delivery
Lectures in a standard classroom and practice on equipments. Questions and answers sessions. Student material and manuals available. Duration: 1 day Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: English, Greek

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SDH Radio Element Management System 1353SH


Course Objectives
At the end of this course, participants will acquire knowledge on the following fields and will be able to: start equipment view; create a network topology; supervise equipment; handle AS application; manage transmission quality; perform NE management;

Contents
1. System Description and Handling Describe the system Start and stop an application Handling Alcatel 1353 SH workspace 2. Create a Network Topology Create a map Manage and address NE on map Create a connection Distribute maps 3. Supervise Equipment Display NE management and alarm state Modify NE management state Work on the MIB 4. Handling AS Application Display current and historical alarms Create, delete and modify a sublist Perform actions on alarms Export alarms (printer or files) Administer AS 5. Transmission Quality Defining counters Configure performance points Read performance data

Entry Requirements

UNIX Basics. Good knowledge on SDH theory and Synchronous Multiplexers. Basic knowledge on Data Communication Networks and Environments.

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Target Group
Operators of the NMS in a Network Management Centre.

Mode of Delivery
Lectures, practical training and exercises. Duration: 5 days

Maximum Number of participants: 8 Languages: Greek, English

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