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methodology on a vibrant spectrum of latest technologies makes it a leader. UTL offers courses in niche areas like Telecom,
Embedded Systems Design, VLSI Design, Networking, Software and Open Source Technologies. Since its inception, UTL has
trained more than 30,000+ engineers from 112 countries

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UTL Group
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Power, IT, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Education. Today our foot print extends over 60+ nations across the globe and
employing more than 2000 people

UTL has been a pioneer in the Telecommunication revolution in India. Being experts in Telecom, Networking, IT, Software
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Switching, Transmission, Access, Wireless and Terminal equipment.

Our Telecom Journey


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2.5G DWDM GPON


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Supply to BSNL
Tele Exchanges. Motorola & Ericsson. 2006 Supply to BSNL 2014
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1995
Supply CDMA
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& Supply of EPBT & Supply of EPBT
Phones for BSNL. Phones for BSNL.
2004 2013
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(Power Module). Supply of Laptops to
Tamilnadu Govt.

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More than 10000 students and 500+ Faculty members benefit from the
programs offered by UTL Technologies every year.

UTL Technologies is associated with King Khalid University (KKU), Abha,


Saudi Arabia to conduct the Value Added Courses for their Engineering
Students. UTL also will be working with KKU for Students Exchange Program,
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Association with 45+ leading academic instituions

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Programme Offered
Students from our partner Universities / Institutions can opt to
study at UTL as a part of their Industrial Training Program /
Study Abroad Program.
These exchange programs enrich students’ knowledge of
global best practices in IT, Embedded Systems Design, VLSI Student Exchange
Design, Telecom and Networking
Students will study at UTL Campus in Bangalore, India; During
Programs
the exchange programs students are also taken to Industry
Visits and Study Tours, they get to visit UTL R&D, Design and
Manufacturing Facilities

UTL offers 100+ workshops / boot camps across technology

Workshops verticals. These are quick technology update programs,


offered to students and faculties to upgrade their knowledge

& BootCamps and skills. Duration of these programs range from 20 – 40 Hrs.

Career Courses give complete insight into Technology area


they choose to upgrade on, thus making them Industry ready
while they at campus. Students also need to work on a project
in the respective technology areas and domains for
Career
successfully completing the course. Duration of Career
Courses range from 180 – 220 Hrs | 6 weeks, and conducted
Courses
during the semester breaks

UTL Technologies actively supports a program of faculty


exchanges between domestic and foreign universities. The

Faculty Exchange & benefits to the University from this program are manifold and
include (1) Wider experience for our faculty members teaching
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Programs students and faculty;
UTL also conducts Faculty Development Programs to
empower the teaching staff of our partner Universities /
Colleges

Seminars / Tech Talks will provide the students with much


needed information on the current technology trends. These Seminar
are delivered by our Subject Matter Experts / Industry Experts
on wide range topics & Tech Talk

UTL Technologies provides internships to the students of


partner universities / Institutions in VLSI Design and

Internships Embedded Systems Design verticals. UTL has a selection


process for interns, only the qualified students are given the
opportunity.
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Courses at Glance

UTL VLSI Academy 07 UTL Network Academy 41


UVLSICC-1001 VLSI Logic Design UNETCC-2001 IT Infrastructure Management
UVLSICC-1002 VLSI Verification UNETCC-2002 Network Security
UVLSIBC-1001 Digital Design using Verilog HDL UNETBC-2101 Network Security IT Fundamental

UVLSIBC-1002 Functional Verification using UNETBC-2102 Start up to IT World


Verilog HDL (Hardware Esstentials)
UNETBC-2103 Awareness to Network
UVLSIBC-1003 Functional Verification using
Technologies
System Verilog
UNETBC-2104 CCNA Security
UVLSIBC-1004 FPGA Design Flow
UNETBC-2105 MS Administration of Active
UVLSIBC-1005 Debugging with Chipscope
Directory 2012
UVLSIBC-1006 Digital design Using VHDL UNETBC-2106 Linux Security
UVLSIBC-1007 Analog Design Using Verilog AMS UNETBC-2107 MS Infrastructure implementation
of Windows 2012
UVLSIBC-1008 Analog and Mixed Signal Design
UNETBC-2108 Windows Security
UVLSIBC-1009 Static Timing Analysis
UNETBC-2109 MS Advance Infrastructure
UVLSITT Faculty Development Programs implementation 2012
Seminar | Tech Talk
UNETBC-2010 Forefront Threat Management
Gateway(TMG)
UNETBC-2011 MS Designing and Implementing
Server 2012
UTL Telecom Academy 19 UNETBC-2012 MS Implementing an Advanced Server
UTELCC-101 Advanced Mobile Communication UNETBC-2013 Cisco Network Associate
Technologies
UNETTT Faculty Development Programs
UTELCC-102 Optical Networking Seminar | Tech Talk
UTELCC-103 Wireless Network Administration
UTELCC-104 Ipv6 Enterprise Networking
UTELBC-101 IP Networking
UTELBC-102 IPv4 Essentials UTL Embedded Acadmy 55
UTELBC-103 IPv6 Fundamentals, Design & UEMBCC-3001 Embedded Systems Developer
Deployment
UEMBCC-3002 Mobile Application Development
UTELBC-104 Deploying IPv6 in 3GPP Networks
UEMBBC-3101 Embedded Linux Development
UTELBC-201 Transmission Technologies Overview
UEMBBC-3102 Linux Kernel and Device Drivers
UTELBC-202 SDH & SONET
UEMBBC-3103 Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging
UTELBC-203 GPON
UEMBBC-3104 Android Application Development
UTELBC-301 WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA
Technologies UEMBBC-3105 Embedded Systems
UTELBC-302 LTE Technology Overview ARM Cortex-M0 MCUs
UEMBBC-3106 Embedded Systems
UTELBC-303 WCDMA RAN Operation & Maintenance
ARM Cortex-M3 MCUs
UTELBC-304 LTE eNodeB Operation & Maintenance
UEMBBC-3107 Embedded Systems
UTELBC-305 VoLTE Overview ARM Cortex-M4 MCUs

UTELBC-306 LTE-Advanced Technology Overview UEMBBC-3108 C Programming

UTELBC-401 3G Core Network Overview UEMBBC-3109 C Programming Deep Dive

UTELBC-402 3G Core Network Operations, UEMBBC-3110 Effective Programming in C++


Administration and Maintenance
UEMBBC-3111 Introduction to Core Java Programming
UTELBC-403 EPC Overview
UEMBTT Faculty Development Programs
UTELBC-404 4G Core Network Operations, Seminar | Tech Talk
Administration & Maintenance
UTELTT Faculty Development Programs
Seminar | Tech Talk
VLSI Academy
Student Exchange | Career Courses
Workshop | Boot-Camps
Faculty Development Program
Seminar | Tech Talk
Internships
VLSI - Student Exchange | Career Courses 07

VLSI Logic Design | UVLSICC- 1001

Course Objective
The course is based on the top-down synthesis design approach for digital design. The course emphasis industry standard Verilog coding
techniques for minimizing errors and optimizing design time. The insightful lectures combined with practical lab exercises help participants
reinforce key concepts. This course will help the participants master the FPGA Design flow and the ASIC Design flow using Cadence Design
Environment.
Incoming students with little or no Verilog knowledge will finish this course empowered with the ability to write efficient hardware designs
and perform high-level HDL simulations and Synthesis

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals,
Hobbyists
Good understanding in digital design concepts
Effective Verilog Coding Prerequisites
Simulation and synthesis Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL
Good hands on knowledge
Good Simulation setup and debugging skills
Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere
Duration : 30 Days | 180 hours

Course Outline
Advanced Digital Design Static Timing Analysis CMOS fundamentals
Introduction to VLSI Design Concept of static timing analysis. Non Ideal Characteristics
Flow
Timing constraints BJT vs. FET
Numbers systems
timing models CMOS Characteristics
Combinational circuits
critical path analysis CMOS circuits design
Sequential circuits
false paths Transistor sizing
Fsms Applications
Layout and Stick Diagrams
Verilog HDL Functional Verification CMOS Processing Steps

Language introduction Fabrication


Introduction to verification,
Levels of abstraction verification cycle CMOS Technology-Current
Trends
Module, Ports types and Different types of test benches.
declarations Verification Tools, Stimulus & FPGA Design
Operators and expressions Response Overview of chip design options
Behavioral Modeling Introduction to BFMs Programmable logic circuits and
Structural Coding Verification environment and its rapid prototyping
components FPGA Programming technology
Continuous Assignments
Introduction to Verification Plan and programming
Procedural Statements
Coverage Driven Verification CAD tools and design flow
Initial Blocks, begin end, fork
join Different types of Code Coverage Synthesizable HDL
Memory modeling,, state FPGA Architecture
machines Project HDL Performance Optimizations
Writing Tasks and Functions for FPGAs
System Tasks Timing constraints
Testbenchs, modeling Configuring to FPGA
Code for synthesis Efficient resource utilization
Advanced topics Debugging Using Chip scope Pro
Writing reusable code Applications of FPGA

Project
VLSI - Student Exchange | Career Courses 08

VLSI Verification | UVLSICC-1002

Course Objective
The objective of the course is to hone the skills of fresh engineers and make them industry ready. The course emphasis on how
effectiveness and efficiency of verification can be improved using system verilog. The course explores in depth, verification enhancements
such as object-oriented programming, constraint random verification and functional coverage which improve the productivity, readability
and reusability of verification environment. In this course, you will gain a clear understanding of System Verilog language, verification
environment and hands on experience with cadence tool

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Industry oriented tools for lab


Prerequisites
Make you ready for semi-conductor industry
Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL
More practical sessions
Teaching Methodology
Duration : 30 Days | 180 hours This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Course Outline

Advanced Digital Design Static Timing Analysis CMOS fundamentals


Introduction to VLSI Design Concept of static timing analysis. Non Ideal Characteristics
Flow Timing constraints BJT vs. FET
Numbers systems
timing models CMOS Characteristics
Combinational circuits
critical path analysis CMOS circuits design
Sequential circuits
false paths Transistor sizing
Fsms Applications
Layout and Stick Diagrams
Verilog HDL Functional Verification CMOS Processing Steps
Fabrication
Language introduction Introduction to verification,
verification cycle CMOS Technology-Current
Levels of abstraction Trends
Different types of test benches.
Module, Ports types and
declarations Verification Tools, Stimulus & System Verilog
Response Introduction to System Verilog
Operators and expressions
Introduction to BFMs Procedural blocks, task and
Behavioral Modeling
Verification environment and its functions –fork join, loops, other
Structural Coding statements
components
Continuous Assignments OOPs – class and object
Introduction to Verification Plan
Procedural Statements Inter-Process communication -
Coverage Driven Verification
Initial Blocks, begin end, fork semaphore, mailbox
Different types of Code Coverage
join Constrained Random
Memory modeling,, state Verification
Project
machines Functional coverage
Writing Tasks and Functions Industry Standard Project using Interface - interfacing DUT and
Verilog tesetbench
System Tasks
Testbenchs, modeling Building verification
environment –
Code for synthesis
Regression testing
Advanced topics
Generating coverage report
Writing reusable code

Project
Industry Standard Project using
Verilog
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 09

Digital Design Using Verilog HDL | UVLSIBC-1001

Course Objective
This course completely deals with the effective Verilog coding. The emphasis is on writing Register Transfer Level (RTL) and Behavioral
source code. This class addresses targeting Xilinx devices specifically and FPGA devices in general. The information gained can be applied
to any digital design by using a top-down synthesis design approach. This course combines insightful lectures with practical lab exercises
to reinforce key concepts. You will also learn advanced coding techniques that will increase your overall Verilog proficiency and enhance
your FPGA optimization. This course covers Verilog 1995 and 2001

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbiests

Good understanding in digital design concepts


Prerequisites
Effective Verilog Coding
Basic Digital Design knowledge
Simulation and synthesis
Good hands on knowledge Teaching Methodology
Good Simulation setup and debugging skills This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere
Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

Introduction to Verilog Behavioral Design Writing Test benches


White spaces, key words, Net and reg data types revisited, Timing controls, system tasks,
identifiers, escaped identifiers, procedural blocks(always initial), compiler directives with examples
black box, module in Verilog, blocking & no blocking assignments,
ports, port connection rules, conditional statements(if, if-else, Writing Test benches using
net and reg data type ,example if-else if- else), examples
Files
of AND gate Multi way branching (case, casex,
casez) statements, Loops(for, while, More system tasks (open, close,
Gate Level Design write to files), initializing memory
repeat, forever),Generate
Instantiation, types of Blocks(loop, conditional, case) with from file, random number
instantiation, AND/OR class of examples. generation
gates, BUF/NOT class of gates, Arrays, parameters, memories, Switch level modeling,
Gate Delays, examples sequential ckt design using Verilog UDP's, PLI's
with examples
Switch Modeling, Delay
Gate Level Design & Data
Flow Modeling Behavioral Design FSM's specification on switches with
examples
Mealy, Moore, Different Styles of
Number specification, UDPs: Combinational UDP,
FSM coding with Examples
Vectors revisited, strings, Sequential UDP with examples
operators Modeling issues of FSM's
Introduction to PLIs, Mini project
Introduction to data flow
modeling, examples Programming Concepts
Simulation
Synthesis Combinational Logic design:
Multiplexers, Encoders, Priority Simulation-why, Stages in
Synthesis-why, synthesizable
Encoders, Decoders, Comparators, Simulator, Types of Simulators
& unsynthesizable constructs
ALU
Types of simulation, Logic systems
Synthesis of Combinational
Sequential Logic design: Latches, ,Verification & Code Coverage,
Logic and sequential logic
Flip Flops & Counters Modeling Ways, Recommended
Synthesis Tips and Guidelines, Simulation Tips, Simulation
Behavioral Coding for above circuits
Pipelining, Register Balancing, Summary
Test on S & S
Behavioral Design
Tasks and functions with examples
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 10

Functional verification using Verilog HDL | UVLSIBC-1002

Course Objective
This course gives more insights towards the Verification Enviroment using verilog HDL the participants will gain more knowledge like how
to write different types of testbenches Code Coverage and Bus Functioanal models.The participants having littile or no verilog knowledge
can attend this program

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbiests

Good understanding in Verification Enviroment Prerequisites


Good ways to writing testbenches Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL
Understanding in Bus Functional Models
Advanced verilog Constructs Teaching Methodology
Code coverage This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Verilog Refresher Different types of test benches


Lab1 : Different types of test beches
Functional Verification
Verification Cycle
Verification tools
Stimulus and response
Bus Functional Models
Lab2 : Using BFMs
Verification environment
and its Components
Lab3 : Verification environment
Code Coverage

Lab4 : Code Coverage Lab


VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 11

Functional Verification using System Verilog | UVLSIBC-1003

Course Objective
Functional Verification Engineer is responsible for performing checks to ensure functionality of the design conforms to the input output
specification, which is very critical in design life cycle. Upon course completion, you will be able to learn basics of Verification and System
Verilog, Develop Verification Plan and Testbench Architecture, run simulations and check functionality

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
solid foundation for understanding the concepts of functional
Understand work for flow of Verification Process
verification and development of reusable testbench architectures
Study design specification and identify verification
requirements Prerequisites
Prepare test plans A good knowledge on Digital Design; Good knowledge on Verilog;
Develop reusable Testbench using System Verilog General knowledge on writing testbenches is desirable

Setup simulation and Check for functionality


meeting design requirements Teaching Methodology
Coordinate with design engineer for changes / This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
suggestions delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

ASIC Verification Concepts Introduction to OOP's Basics of System Verilog


Understand complexity of Usage of Classes, objects, class Data types
verification methods, constructors, scoping
Arrays and array methods
Understand the functional Usage of Inheritance and
Understand various procedural
verification flow Polymorphism
constructs
Understand basics of
Need of HVL DPI-C to interface high level
randomization, constraints and
language for designs such as C.
coverage Understand the limitation of Verilog
for verification Interfaces
Understand various verification
guidelines to develop reusable Advantages of System Verilog over
and debug aware designs Verilog

Layered Testbench Constrained Random Coverage Driven Verification


Architecture Verification
Multi-layered testbench Understand various randomization Understand Verification closure
architecture API's System Verilog coverage modeling
Development of various Generate random stimulus Coverage driven verification
components Understand System Verilog modeling
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 12

FPGA Design Flow | UVLSIBC-1004

Course Objective
In this Course participants will learn about Basic FPGA Architectures to Advanced FPGA Architectures. Its start with Recap on Verilog skills
and how to configure the digital design skills in FPGA

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Good understanding in FPGA Architectures


Prerequisites
Xilinx Tool Flow
Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL
Simulation and synthesis
Configuring the FPGAs Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere
Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

Study of PLD Architecture Study of CPLD Architecture: FPGA's


Introduction to pld, Why pld not a
XC9500
Why FPGA's?, Diff b/w CPLD &
memory? introduction to XILINX 9500 CPLD family FPGA, virtex architecture overview
programming logic, Types of
Why programmable output slow Look up Tables, Storage elements,
PLD's
Block select RAM, SRAM based
Tool explanation/Cont. of verilog
PLA & PAL, need of CPLD or FPGA, XILINX & VIRTEX, Anti-fuse based &
project
Kinds of programming logic Flash based ACTEL
CPLD architecture description, Input output block, I/O banking,
Manufacturing technologies Programmable Routing Matrix, I/O
Features & Benefits of ISP, JTAG, routing, Dedicated Routing, Global
FPGA Routing

VIRTEX features Technology mapping for Covering


Introduction, Configuration,
FPGA's
Configuration modes, Technology optimization, Logic Introduction, Covering methods
Configuration Sequence, Daisy synthesis flow, technology & techniques
chaining mapping, Rule based, library based Flow map, Area Depth, Trade off
Wrap-up Session
Comparative Study of CPLD & LUT based FPGA's. Decomposition,
FPGA Techniques
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 13

Debugging with Chipscope | UVLSIBC-1005

Course Objective
In the VLSI Design testing is more time taking step, As we know the bugs can find early in the design will be the less cost. if the bugs
found later stages it will be more cost. In this course participants will understand the debugging Environement.How to use the IP cores

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Good understanding in FPGA Architectures


Prerequisites
Debugging Environment
Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL,
Adding IP cores Knowledge on FPGA Architectures
ILA,VIO cores
On-chip debugging Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere
Duration : 3 Days | 18 hours

Course Outline

FPGA Architectures Tool Flow Chipscope Introduction

Core Inserter Instantiating the Cores Triggering and Storage


CORE Generator Tool Flow
Visualizing Data – The
ChipScope Pro Analyzer Tool
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 14

Digital design Using VHDL | UVLSIBC-1006

Course Objective
This course completely deals with the effective VHDL coding. The emphasis is on writing Register Transfer Level (RTL) and Behavioral
source code. This class addresses targeting Xilinx devices specifically and FPGA devices in general. The information gained can be
applied to any digital design by using a top-down synthesis design approach. This course combines insightful lectures with practical lab
exercises to reinforce key concepts. You will also learn advanced coding techniques that will increase your overall VHDL proficiency
and enhance your FPGA optimization.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Good understanding in VHDL Concepts


Prerequisites
Good Programming skills
Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Verilog /VHDL,
Good design skills
Setup simulation and Debugging skills Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Course Outline

Introduction to VHDL Basic Features of VHDL Delay


Why HDL's, Features of VHDL, Concurrency, Supports sequential Propagation delay, inertial delay
Basic of VLSI design flow with statements, NET-LIST, supports model, transport delay model,
VHDL, Simulation, Synthesis for test & simulation, strongly delta delay, signal attributes
typed language, supports
hierarchies, multi-valued logic, Data flow modeling
Architecture entity and content of ports
Data flow modeling, contents
Architecture, Architecture body, Types of Identifies, signals, architectural body, structural style of
behavior model of programming, variables programming
process, contents of process Data types, physical variables, Declaring a component, positional
operators association, named association

Configuration Packages Procedures


Configuration, package Signal Resolution and buses, blocks Procedures and functions
declaration, examples of package and guards, VHDL Packages, Package
body, resolution function
Library, block statements,
Assertion statements attributes

Writing Test benches Design


Test bench, kinds of test benches, Flip flop design, State machine
stimulus only, simulator specific design
test benches
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 15

Analog Design Using Verilog AMS | UVLSIBC-1007

Course Objective
The intent of Verilog-AMS is to let designers of analog and mixed-signal systems andcircuits create and use models that describe their
designs. Once a design is describedin Verilog-AMS, simulators are used to help designers better understand and verify their designs.
Verilog-AMS allows designs to be described at the same level as does SPICE, but at the same time allows designs to also be described at
higher more abstract levels. This range is needed for the larger more complex mixed-signal designs that are becoming commonplace today.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Design analog mixed signal circuits using Verilog


AMS
Prerequisites
Basic Digital Design knowledge, Good knowledge in Analog mixed
Understand modeling concepts
signal circuit design

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Course Outline

The Problem Modeling Languages Diode Example

Guidelines Admonishments Compiler Optimizations

Conclusion References
(Further Examples)
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 16

Analog and Mixed Signal Design | UVLSIBC-1008

Course Objective
This course covers the fundamentals of transistor-level analog integrated circuit design. The course starts with an overview of modern
analog integrated circuit design, tools used for analog design, component variations and practical design paradigms. Starting from this
background, the course objectives are to introduce principles of analog integrated-circuit analysis, modeling and design at the transistor
level with an emphasis on CMOS technology. Integrated-circuit DC biasing techniques are presented starting from simple to more complex
circuits such as single stage amplifiers, current mirrors, leading to analysis and design of current and voltage references. Temperature and
power supply sensitivity, as well as absolute and mismatch parameter variations are introduced. Further objectives are to gain
understanding of circuit configurations and design principles in operational amplifiers, wide-bandwidth amplifiers, and feedback amplifiers.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech,Working professionals, Hobbyists

Develop working knowledge of fundamentals


of analog integrated circuit design
Prerequisites
Introduction to microelectronic circuits, including MOS transistors.

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours


Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical and lab lessons and
delivered in a Class room atmosphere

Course Outline

Introduction and overview Inverter Design Common source amplifier


of IC Technology

Small-signal model Extrinsic capacitances Miller approximation

Backgate effect Common gate stage


Fundamentals of circuit
simulation
Differential amplifier Op-Amp Design
Bias network design

ADC/DAC Design
VLSI - Workshops | Boot-Camps 17

Static Timing Analysis | UVLSIBC-1009

Course Objective
Timing verification is important task in chip design which is carried out in several phases of chip design to ensure whether the chip will
work at the specified or not. This course deals with static timing analysis which covers from basic timing models to advanced timing checks

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
solid foundation for understanding static timing analysis.
Timing models and arcs
Metastability Prerequisites
Clock skew Good understanding of digital circuits and CMOS is desirable
Physics of setup and hold time.
Setup analysis with and without skew Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Hold analysis with and without skew
Class room atmosphere with hands on lab sessions using
Asynchronous reset recovery and removal
cadence EDA tools.
analysis.

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Timing models Static timing analysis Lab sessions


Delay and slew Front end STA using Cadence-RC
Path classification
Delay measurement
Setup analysis with and without
Metastability skew.
Operating corners Hold analysis with and without skew
Clock skew Asynchronous reset recovery and
removal analysis
Worksheet
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Faculty Development Programs


UTL also conducts Faculty Development Programs to empower the teaching staff of our partner Universities / Colleges.

UTL Technologies actively supports a program of faculty exchanges between domestic and foreign universities. The benefits to the
University from this program are manifold and include
(1) wider experience for our faculty members teaching in new and different environments
(2) broader exposure for our students from visiting faculty members
(3) expanding reputation of the University / Institution in the quality of its students and faculty

Seminar | Tech Talk


Seminars / Tech Talks will provide the students with much needed information on the current technology trends. These are delivered by
our Subject Matter Experts / Industry Experts on wide range topics

Career Opportunities in VLSI Design & Verification | Static Timing Analysis | UVLSITT
UVLSITT

ASIC Design Flow | UVLSITT Mixed Signal design in submicron technology | UVLSITT

FPGA Design Flow Using EDK | UVLSITT Analog layout Design | UVLSITT

UVM Methodology | UVLSITT Image Processing Using FPGAs | UVLSITT

Design for Testability | UVLSITT System Verilog | UVLSITT


Telecom
Academy
Student Exchange | Career Courses
Workshop | Boot-Camps
Faculty Development Program
Seminar | Tech Talk
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Advanced Mobile Communication Technologies | UTELCC-101

Course Objective
This course aims at providing the participants with a comprehensive knowledge in 2G, 3G and 4G Mobile Communication Technologies.
Practical training will be provided during the course on Network Elements will give the participants much need hands-on experience.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Understand Telecom fundamentals Information & Communication Engineering from
Explain Network structures & Key Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
technologies involved in GSM, WCDMA this program
& LTE technologies

Excel on Call flows involved in GSM,


Prerequisites
WCDMA & LTE A general Knowledge of wireless telecommunication is
desirable
Understand RF concepts involved in
Wireless telecommunication
Teaching Methodology
Understand how does telecom industry
This course is based on both theoretical lessons & practical
provide services to millions of people
exercises

Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours

Course Outline
Telecom fundamentals Global System for Mobile Radio frequency
communication & Signaling concepts
Wireless Communications,
System RF concepts
Frequency Spectrum, Frequency, RF survey
FDMA, TDMA, CDMA
Velocity, Wavelength, Bandwidth Microwave
Wireless Generations : Drive test, Data Analysis
Transmission media like Twisted 1G,2G,3G,Frequency ranges ,Optimization ,Planning
pair, coaxial cable, fiber, LOS and
Satellite communication GSM Architecture MS,BSS, MSC,
Transcoder, HLR, VLR and other LTE-4G
Modulation methods, Multiplexing network elements
techniques Introduction to LTE
Channels on Air-Interface, Network Architecture-E-UTRAN
Antenna theory & characteristics Handovers, Time slot and Frame and EPC
LAN's, MAN's and WAN's, IEEE structure, Call process
standards, Switching concepts, procedures Roles of UE, eNB, MME, S-GW, P-
T1/E1 standards, X.25, ATM and GW and HSS
Transmission process, Traffic
Gigabit Ethernet,IPv4, Drivers for Engineering, SS7 signaling, Interfaces: S1,X2,S6a,S5 and S11
IPv6, IPv6, etc. Authentication, Architecture LTE air interface
nodes, Protocol stack, Signal units
OFDM, MIMO, Antenna
IS-95 and CDMA 2000 1X and Call setup
Considerations
Standards Configuration of cell site
CS-Fall back, VoLTE and SR-VCC
Introduction to CDMA
WCDMA/UMTS 3G Interworking with 2G/3G wireless
Spread Spectrum techniques, networks, Mobility in LTE
DSSS, FHSS, THSS Introduction to packet switching,
GPRS network elements , GPRS WLAN standards, WLAN concepts,
Pseudo noise sequence, WLAN architecture, WiMax
attach and PDP context activation
Diversity, Orthogonal codes,
,EDGE concepts
Walsh codes, Architecture, Case study and Industry
Forward and Reverse Links, Introduction to WCDMA, 3GPP training
Handoff, Power control, Call releases, Radio channels, Frame
processing and Speech coding structure, Enhancements in WCDMA A study of the installation
techniques, practical problems
Evolution of IS-95A to EVDO UTRAN Architecture, Node-B, RNC,
faced on the field, Do's & Don'ts
Rev.B Core network , IMS , Services and
for the installation will be dealt in
security ,UMTS protocols , UMTS
Architecture, Channels, Call the case study. UTL is associated
Radio network planning and
processing and Key technologies: with Government & Private
Dimensioning , Coverage issues,
CDMA 2000 1X RTT system, EVDO Organizations to conduct Industrial
HSDPA/HSUPA concepts
Rev A & EVDO Rev B Training on Telecom equipments
Telecom - Student Exchange | Career Courses 20

Optical Networking | UTELCC-102

Course Objective
This course provides the participants with a comprehensive technical foundation in optical networking and its services.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Excel on Optical fundamentals Information & Communication Engineering from
Expertise on telecom transmission technologies Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
such as SONET/SDH, DWDM & GPON/FTTx this program

Prerequisites
Duration : 30 Days | 180 hours
A general Knowledge of Optical Fiber Communication is
desirable

Teaching Methodology
This course is based on both theoretical lessons & practical
exercises

Course Outline
Optical Fundamentals SONET/SDH, DWDM FTTx

Introduction to Fiber Optics, Multiplexing techniques : TDM, FDM Access network Technologies
Understanding Light and SDH architectures, STM-1, STM-4, PON , AON, Fiber in Last mile
properties STM-16, STM -64 FTTC/FTTK/FTTB/FTTH
Basics of Electromagnetic wave SDH multiplexing & protection APON , BPON, EPON, EPON,GPON
Evolution of Fiber, Types of Fiber schemes
Link Budget
SMF & MMF SONET Layered Structure
ITU-T specs G652 B & D, G653, STS-N Frame Structure Case Study
G655 etc.
SDH Tester, E1 tester UTL has implemented six state
Light sources & Detectors wide area networks and e-
Elements of WDM Link, OADMs and
Connectors like FC, SC, ST, LC, ROADMs governance projects in various
MU states of India. Overview of
Types of Amplifiers, EDFA, Pre-Inline
Fusion and Mechanical Splicing couple of these complex
and Booster
networks will be given as case
OTDR, Power meter DWDM network design studies to have a perfect
considerations understanding of the
DWDM Test & Measurement, Optical technologies learnt
Spectrum Analyzer etc.
NGN SDH: GFP,VCAT ,LCAS , RPR
Industry training
UTL is associated with
Government & Private
Organizations for conducting
Industrial Training on
Transmission equipments
(PDH/SDH, NGN SDH, DWDM,
GPON)
Telecom - Student Exchange | Career Courses 21

Wireless Network Administration | UTELCC-103

Course Objective
This course will enable the participants to Install, configure, troubleshoot and support wireless NICs, access points, wireless bridges,
workgroup bridges, wireless gateways and WLAN antennas from Cisco Systems.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Excel on LAN,MAN,WAN & IP technologies Information & Communication Engineering from
Expertise on IEEE 802.11 standards & Procedures Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
this program
Install, configure, troubleshoot and support
wireless NICs, access points, wireless bridges,
workgroup bridges, wireless gateways and WLAN Prerequisites
antennas from Cisco Systems A general Knowledge of Wireless Network communication is
desirable

Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on both theoretical lessons & practical
exercises

Course Outline
Radio Frequency Basics Network essentials Wireless generations
Overview of 802.11
Electromagnetic Spectrum, RF Introduction to Networking
systems, Modulation IM, UNII bands, IEEE 802.11
LAN , MAN, WAN
standards, Spread Spectrum
Multiple access schemes TCP/IP ,Configuring IP address technology, FHSS, DSSS,
RF measurements, Fading, Link IPv4,IPv6 Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID concepts
budget 802.11 WLAN Architecture:
Service set Identifier, Beacons,
Scanning, Service sets, Roaming
802.11 Physical Layer (PHY)
Operations and MAC layer
RF Power Output Regulations
WLAN Deployment, Site
Surveying
Next generation technologies
Overview 802.11 Security
Encryption Ciphers and Methods
Enterprise 802.11 Layer 2
Authentication Methods
Robust Security Network (RSN)
SOHO 802.11 Security
802.11 Fast Secure Roaming
Wireless Security Risks & Policies
Wireless LAN Security Auditing
Wireless Security Monitoring
VPNs, Remote Access and Guest
Access Services
WLAN Security Infrastructure
Telecom - Student Exchange | Career Courses 21

IPv6 Enterprise Networking | UTELCC-104

Course Objective
This course is intended for those Interested in implementing IPv6 Network on different platforms such as Cisco Routers, Linux Servers and
Windows Servers.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
Install, Configure and Troubleshoot the IPv6 or Information & Communication Engineering from
Network on Cisco Routers, Linux Servers and Engineering Colleges of various Universities may
Windows Servers products attend this program
Prepare for IPv6 Forum Certification
Prerequisites
A general Knowledge of Networking Concept is
Duration : 30 Days | 180 hours desirable

Teaching Methodology
This course is based on both theoretical lessons & practical
exercises.

Course Outline
Network Fundamentals IPv6 Overview Ipv6 Routing Services and
Protocols
Network concepts, Network Ipv6 Addressing, Subnetting,
architectures, Network Unicast Addresses, Anycast Routing Protocols Supported by
Connections Addresses IPv6, RIPng Protocol, RIPng
Enhancements
Internetworking Devices, OSI Multicast Addresses
model Enabling IPv6 on Windows,
64-bit MAC Address Assignment,
Linux, and Cisco
TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Loopback and Unspecified
Addressing scheme Addresses OSPFv3 Protocol, ISIS Protocol,
EIGRPv6 Protocol, BGP Protocol,
Ipv6 Header Information, New
Implementing IPv6 on IBGP and EBGP Neighbors,
Header Format, IPv6 Extension
Address - Family IPv6 Configuration
CISCO IOS Headers
Ipv6 Access List, DHCP and DNS
Configuring IPv6 Address ICMPv6 Network Operation,
Overview, DNS infrastructure,
(SLAAC, dual stack, IPv6 alone), Stateless Address
IPv6 Tunneling
Understanding NDP Autoconfiguration, Neighbor

Configuring RIPng in IPv6, Advertisement, Router


Configuring OSPFv3 in IPv6, Solicitation, Router
Configuring EIGRPv6 in IPv6 Advertisement
Configuring BGP in IPv6, Implementation of IPv6 in an
Configuring ISIS, HSRP, Enterprise Server
Configuring SSH, ACL
Configuring DHCP, DNS, Prefix Installation and configuring IPv6
Delegation, Firewall, Multicast with Windows/Linux
Routing Configuring Web Server, Mail Server,
Anycast IPv6 Address Configuring Forward & rDNS

Configuring Manual/Automatic Configuring Routing,NAT64/DNS64,


Tunnelling, 6to4 Tunnelling, GRE DHCP, Configuring Tunnelling and
Tunnelling Transition Mechanisms (dual stack,
NAT64/DNS64, 6VPE Manual, isatap, teredo, 6to4)

Testing and Troubleshooting IPv6


in an enterprise Networks
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IP Networking | UTELBC-101

Course Objective Target Audience


The Course Objective is to provide basic understanding Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
of IP Networking. Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
or Information & Communication Engineering from
Course Outcomes Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: this program.

Configure IP on PCs and routers Prerequisites


Plan IP addresses and subnets Participant should be able to learn quickly as it has
been designed to provide the basic understanding of
Use ping, traceroute and other tools to diagnose IP Networks. Understanding of an operating system is
faults on a network essential.

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
practical exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere
(The lab facilities should be available in the training
venue).

Course Outline

Network Basics IP Addressing Subnetting and Routing


Basics

Introduction to Network Allocation of IP Address IP Subnetworks

Types of Network Classes of IP Address Working on subnetting with


different classes
Network Design IP Address Assignment
Assigning Subnet Address
OSI and TCP/IP Model Static and dynamic Address Routing Basics
Assignment
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 23

IPv4 Essentials | UTELBC-102

Course Objective Target Audience


The Course Objective is to provide Knowledge on IPv4 Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Address allocation, planning, designing & implementation Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
or Information & Communication Engineering from
Course Outcomes Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: this program

Configure IP on PCs and routers Prerequisites


Plan IP addresses and subnets P ar t i c i p an t s h o ul d b e ab l e t o l e ar n q ui c k l y ,
Understanding of IP Networking is essential or Trainees
Use ping, traceroute and other tools to diagnose
might have attended UTELBC-101
faults on a network

Understand Classfull and classless IP Addressing Teaching Methodology


Explain IPv4 Headers and analyze TCP/IP Packets. This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
practical exercises given in a Class room atmosphere
Understand DHCP and DNS
(The lab facilities should be available in the training
Understand static and Dynamic Routing venue)

Configure Routing Protocols

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Network Basics IP Addressing Subnetting and Routing


Basics
Introduction to Network Allocation of IP Address Subnetting and Supernetting
Types of Network Classes of IP Address Working on subnetting with
Network Design IP Address Assignment different classes

OSI and TCP/IP Model Classless IP Addressing Working on supernetting with


different classes
Focusing on TCP/IP Packets Static & dynamic Address
Assignment Assigning Subnet and supernet
Address
VLSM, Routing Basics, Routing
Protocols
Introduction to DHCP and DNS
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 24

IPv6 Fundamentals, Design & Deployment | UTELBC-103

Course Objective
The course provides an overview of IPv6 technologies and also covers IPv6 design and implementation, describes IPv6 operations, addressing,
routing, services, transition, and deployment of IPv6 in enterprise networks.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
Excel on development of IPv6 & uses of this
or Information & Communication Engineering from
new IP structure
Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
Understand structure of IPv6 address format this program
Implement IPv6 services and applications
Understand the updates to IPv4 routing protocols Prerequisites
needed to support IPv6 topologies Participant should be able to learn quickly,
Understand multicast concepts and IPv6 multicast Understanding of IPv4 and Cisco IOS Commands are
specifics essential or trainees might have attended UTELBC-101 &
Evaluate the scenario and desired outcome & UTELBC-102.
identify the best transition mechanism for the
situation Teaching Methodology
Describe security issues, how security for IPv6 is This course is based on both theoretical lessons & practical
different than for IPv4 exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The lab facilities
should be available in the training venue).
Describe the deployment strategies that service
providers might consider when deploying IPv6

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Introduction to IPv6 IPv6 Operations IPv6 Services


Rationale for IPv6 IPv6 Addressing Architecture IPv6 Mobility
Ipv6 features & Benefits IPv6 Header Format Describing DNS in an IPv6
Enabling IPv6 on Hosts Environment
Understanding Market
Enabling IPv6 on Cisco Routers DHCPv6 Operations

IPv6 Enabled Routing Using ICMPv6 & Neighbor QoS Support in an IPv6
Protocols Discovery Environment
Troubleshooting IPv6 Using Cisco IOS Software
Routing with RIPng
Enabling IPv6 on Hosts Features
Routing with OSPFv3 Using Neighbor Using Prefix delegation
Routing with EIGRP for IPv6
Understanding MP-BGP IPv6 Security
Deploying IPv6
Configuring Route Redistribution Configuring IPv6 ACLs
IPv6 Address Allocation
Using IPsec, IKE, & VPNs
IPv6 Transition IPv6 Multihoming Issue
Security Issues in an IPv6
Mechanisms Identifying IPv6 Enterprise
Transition Environment Deployment
Implementing Dual-Stack IPv6 Security Practices
IPv6 Tunneling Mechanisms Configuring Cisco IOS
Implementing Tunnels on Cisco Firewall for IPv6
and Windows software
Configuring Advanced ACLs
Implementing IPsec and IKE

Configuring Cisco IOS Firewall


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Deploying IPv6 in 3GPP Networks | UTELBC-104

Course Objective
The most widely used cellular mobile broadband network technology is based on the 3GPP standards. Our Objective is all about how
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is currently defined in the industry standards for cellular mobile broadband, why and how this route
was taken in the technology, and what is the current reality of the deployment, how to implement and deploy IPv6 correctly in the Third
Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) mobile broadband environment, and what issues one may face when doing so.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Understand IPv6 Addressing Design & Deployment
Information & Communication Engineering from
Describe 3GPP Technologies Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
Explain IPv6 in 3GPP Networks this program

See the the clear picture of IPv6 in SGSN & GGSN


Network
Prerequisites
Participants should be able to learn quickly, Basic Understanding of
Explain the transition mechanisms of IPv6 for
2G, 3G, 4G & IPv4 are essential or trainees might have attended
3GPP network
UTELBC-101, UTELBC-102 & UTELBC-103
Understand the Configuration, Connectivity,
Mobility, Roaming, Security and Design Teaching Methodology
This course is based on both theoretical lessons and practical
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The lab facilities should
be available in the training venue).

Course Outline

Introduction Basics of the 3GPP Introduction to IPv6


Technologies
Internet Principles & Internet Standardization & Specifications IPv6 Addressing, Header
Protocols Structure, ICMPv6, NDP
3GPP Network Architecture
Internet Protocol Addresses Address Configuration and
& Protocols
Transport Protocols Selection Approaches
UE Mobility & Roaming
Domain Name Service IPv6 Link Types & Models
Central Concepts for IP Connectivity
IPv4 Address Exhaustion Mobile IP, IP Security
IPv6 History & Cellular Subscription Management Databases
Implications of IPv6 for Other
Deployments & Other Backend Systems
Protocols

IPv6 in 3GPP Networks IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Future of IPv6 in 3GPP


for 3GPP Networks Networks
PDN Connectivity Service Motivation for Transition Overlapping VPNs
IPv6 Service Impact on the 3GPP Mechanisms and Central Services VPNs
System, GTP & PMIPv6 Protocols Technology Overview Using Advanced VRF Import and
IP Address Assignment, Transition Toolbox Export Features
Configuration & Management Transition Scenarios for 3GPP Managed CE Routers Service
UE Specific Considerations, Impacts on 3GPP Architecture Internet Access & MPLS VPNs
Signaling Interfaces Transitioning to IPv6
IPv6 Specific Security
Considerations
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Transmission Technologies Overview | UTELBC-201

Course Objective
This course is aimed for the exposure to transmission networks. On completion of the course the delegate will understand
the evolution of transmission from analogue beginnings to the modern ultra high speed bandwidth optical based networks and
they will be able to identify all major building blocks of transmission networks and the principles used within them.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Evolution of Telecommunications
Information & Communication Engineering from
Understand History of Transmission media Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
this program
Understand DSL standards and Technology
Compare Copper vs. Fiber Prerequisites
Principles of Multiplexing A general Knowledge of Telecommunications is desirable

Understand SDH working principle


Teaching Methodology
Understand DWDM working principle
This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
Overview of PON technologies practical exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The
lab facilities should be available in the training venue).

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Evolution of Introduction of Transmission Technologies


Telecommunications Transmission media
Switching Principle Transmission media DSL standards & Technology

PSTN Architecture Guided vs Unguided media X.25/Frame relay

Network components Modulation Techniques Microwave Transmission

Transmission technology Copper vs Fiber SDH/SONET ,DWDM


evolution

SDH/SONET Overview DWDM & Access Technologies

PCM framing & structure Optical Fiber standards (ITU-T)

PDH multiplexing structure WDM wavelengths

SDH/SONET multiplexing DWDM principles


process
Network topologies
WDM principles
Passive optical network
EPON, GPON technology
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 27

SDH & SONET | UTELBC-202

Course Objective
SDH & SONET course provides an overview of the SDH & SONET networking elements, and their technologies, required to build evolving
transport networks.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Understand Evolution of Telecommunications
Information & Communication Engineering from
Understand History of Transmission media Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
this program
Learn Principles of Multiplexing

Understand SDH working principle Prerequisites


A general Knowledge of Optical fiber Communication or
UTELBC-201 is desirable
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours
Teaching Methodology
This course is based on both theoretical lessons and practical
exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The lab facilities
should be available in the training venue).

Course Outline

PDH Transmission Systems SDH Principle SDH Frame structure


Multiplexing standards SDH Basic Concepts Functions of Overhead Bytes
SDH Frame Structure Pointers
ITU-T standards
SDH Multiplexing Structure Synchronization
PDH multiplexing hierarchy
and Procedure Common NE Types
PDH standards
OLT, ONT configurations
PDH equipment
QoS implementation in GPON
Power budget
SONET Principle & Frame Network system Next generation PON
Structure
Alarms
SONET Basic Concepts
Topology
SONET Frame Structure
Protection mechanisms
SONET Multiplexing Structure
& Procedure Configuration
Overhead bytes
Payload Pointers
Synchronization
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 28

GPON | UTELBC-203
Course Objective
The GPON/FTTx course will provide in-depth knowledge of the principles and applications of gigabit passive optical networking as well
as Fiber-to-the-X (FTTx) applications, associated equipment, deployment scenarios, and roles and robustness within a larger
transmission network .

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Understand the basics of Fiber Optic Information & Communication Engineering from
communication Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
Describe the light transmission principles in fiber this program
optics
ITU-T Wavelengths and Fiber types Prerequisites
A general Knowledge of Fiber optic fundamental is desirable or
Detail the operating wavelengths used in PON
applications Trainee might have attended UTELBC-201.

Discuss the cable types used in PON applications


Teaching Methodology
FTTx overview
This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
History of Passive optical networks
practical exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The
PON network architecture and components
lab facilities should be available in the training venue).
GPON architecture and implementation
PON topologies
Trouble shooting

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

Overview of Fiber Optic Introduction of PON GPON Architecture


Communication
Fiber Optic evolution What is Access Network DSL standards & Technology
Light principle FTTx and its variants GPON Network structure
Single Mode Vs Multi Mode History of Passive Optical Network GPON frame format
Fiber characteristics PON types GPON Hardware structure
ITU-T Wavelengths PON Architecture and Network OLT, ONT configurations
elements
Indoor/Outdoor cables and QoS implementation in GPON
fiber types Optical Line Terminal (OLT)
Power budget
Optical Network Terminal ( ONT)
Next Generation PON
Splitter, Coupler
Fiber cables, cable trays
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 29

WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA Technologies | UTELBC-301


Course Objective
As Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) proliferates worldwide, there is growing demand for course on WCDMA, HSDPA &
HSUPA technologies. In this course, you will learn the architecture and functions of WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA as it impacts the design and
optimization of a WCDMA network. We will begin with a close look at the architecture of a WCDMA network, with emphasis on the FDD mode.
We will learn about both the optional and mandatory features of WCDMA-FDD, HSDPA & HSUPA. We will also discuss the relationships
between the logical channels, transport channels, and physical channels in a good deal of depth. All of this will allow you to exploit the
technology's strengths to come up with better network designs, trouble shoot performance problems, and identify solution approaches.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Understand the need of WCDMA-FDD Information & Communication Engineering from
Explain working functionality of network Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
elements of R99, R4, R5 & R6 network this program
structures

Understand WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA Prerequisites


basic call processes and channels A general Knowledge of 2G Technology is desirable

Understand key technologies involved in


WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA
Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered
Compare WCDMA, HSDPA & HSUPA in a Classroom atmosphere.
based their functionalities, Channels &
key technologies

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

WCDMA Overview WCDMA Air interface HSDPA (R5) Overview


GSM evolution towards WCDMA WCDMA Channels – Physical, Need for HSDPA
Why WCDMA? Logical & transport channels HSDPA network architecture
WCDMA Key Technologies:
WCDMA releases an introduction HSDPA Channels
Spreading Codes
Network architectures- R99, R4 Scrambling codes HSDPA Key concepts
Coding Mobility in HSDPA coverage
Interleaving
HSUPA (R6) Overview Call flows
Modulation
Need for HSUPA Power control
HSUPA network architecture Hand over
Admission control
HSUPA Channels Load control
HSUPA Key concepts Call flows

Mobility in HSUPA coverage


Power control in HSUPA
Call flows
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LTE Technology Overview | UTELBC-302


Course Objective
Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a radio technology based on OFDM and MIMO technologies. LTE provides much higher data rates (over 100
Mbps) to users while reducing the cost-per-bit for service providers. This is very exciting to wireless operators who are eager to deploy
multimedia rich Internet content over a wireless medium with seamless access anywhere at any time. This course describes the simplified
architecture of LTE and moves on to OFDM and MIMO. The course also covers the downlink and uplink frame structure, Channels of LTE and
resource management and scheduling considerations at the MAC layer. It steps through system acquisition, call setup, traffic operations and
handover.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post Graduate
courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or Information &
Understand the need of LTE FDD & LTE TDD
Communication Engineering from Engineering Colleges of various
Explain working functionality of network elements Universities may attend this program
of LTE network structure
Understand LTE basic call processes and channels Prerequisites
Understand key technologies involved in LTE A strong Knowledge of 2G & 3G Technology are desirable or
trainee might have attended UTELBC-301
Understand MIMO antenna techniques

Teaching Methodology
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered
in a Classroom atmosphere.

Course Outline
LTE - a New Era LTE Technology and
Air Interface
Evolution from 2G to 4G LTE Bandwidth, Spectrum
LTE(FDD/TDD)
LTE Frame structure(TDD & FDD),
Why LTE?
Cyclic prefix
LTE Releases
OFDMA, SC-FDMA introduction
LTE Network architecture
LTE Channels
LTE Physical, MAC, RLC, PDCP &
RRC layers and their functionalities
Paging procedure
Call flows in LTE
Power control
Hand over
Multiple antenna techniques (MIMO)
CSFB
SRVCC
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WCDMA RAN Operation & Maintenance | UTELBC-303


Course Objective
The main objective of this course is to provide in depth knowledge on WCDMA RAN network elements and their detailed hardware, working
principles, configuration procedures and commissioning procedures. We will also discuss on how to do Operation and Maintenance on
WCDMA RAN as O&M engineer. Upon course completion, you will be able to understand WCDMA RAN Operation and Maintenance
procedures along with trouble shooting procedures.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post Graduate
courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or Information &
Explain hardware of RNC & Node B of WCDMA RAN
Communication Engineering from Engineering Colleges of
Explain working procedures of RNC & Node B various Universities may attend this program
of WCDMA RAN
Configure RNC & Node B of WCDMA RAN Prerequisites
Commission RNC & Node B of WCDMA RAN The trainee might have attended UTELBC-301 or strong
knowledge on GSM & WCDMA technologies are desirable
Do operation & Maintenance on WCDMA RAN
as O&M Engineer
Excel on trouble shooting procedures involved
Teaching Methodology
in WCDMA RAN This course is based on both theoretical lessons and practical
exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The lab facilities
should be available in the training venue).
Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

RNC Structure & Principle RNC Configuration & NodeB Structure & Principle
(OEM Specific) Commissioning (OEM Specific) (OEM Specific)
Function, Feature & Specification OMC Server & Client Installation Function, Feature & Specification
(WCDMA RAN O&M software installation)
Cabinet, Shelves & Boards Cabinet, Shelves & Boards
RNC Configuration &
Software and Logical Units Different types of Node B in
Commissioning
RNC Working Principle market
Software and Logical Units
RNC Internal Signaling Flow
Node B Working Principle
Node B Internal Signaling Flow

Node B Configuration & WCDMA RAN Operation & WCDMA RAN


Commissioning (OEM Specific) Maintenance procedures Troubleshooting Procedures
Node B Configuration Alarm & Performance Management Alarm handling procedures
procedure
Log Management O&M software Faults
Node B Commissioning
procedure Centralized Management Data and Software Loading Faults
Security Management Hardware Faults
Fault Management Connection Faults
Policy Management Link faults
Alarm Report Operation CS Service Faults
Topology Management PS Service Faults
Configuration & Version Management
Signalling Trace
Routine Maintenance
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LTE eNodeB Operation & Maintenance | UTELBC-304


Course Objective
As Long Term Evolution(LTE) proliferates worldwide, there's growing demand for course on LTE eNodeB Operation and Maintenance. In this
course, you will learn LTE eNodeB and its detailed hardware, working principles, configuration procedures & commissioning procedures. We
will also discuss on how to do Operation and Maintenance on LTE eNodeB as O&M engineer. Upon course completion, you will be able to
understand LTE eNodeB Operation and Maintenance procedures along with trouble shooting procedures.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post Graduate
courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or Information &
Explain hardware of eNodeB of LTE network Communication Engineering from Engineering Colleges of
Explain working procedures of eNodeB of various Universities may attend this program
LTE network
Configure eNodeB of LTE network Prerequisites
Commission eNodeB of LTE network The trainee might have attended UTELBC-302 or knowledge
on LTE, WCDMA & 2G technologies are desirable.
Do operation & Maintenance on eNodeB of
LTE network as O&M Engineer
Excel on trouble shooting procedures
Teaching Methodology
involved in eNodeB of LTE network This course is based on both theoretical lessons and practical
exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The lab facilities
should be available in the training venue).
Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

eNodeB Structure and eNodeB Configuration and LTE eNodeB Operation &
Principle (OEM Specific) Commissioning (OEM Specific) Maintenance procedures
(OEM Specific)
Function, Feature & Specification eNodeB Configuration
Log Management
Cabinet, Shelves & Boards procedure
Security Management
eNodeB Commissioning
Different types of eNodeB in
procedure Fault Management
market
Policy Management
Software and Logical Units
Task Management
eNodeB Working Principle
Alarm Report Operation
eNodeB Internal Signaling Flow
Topology Management
LTE eNodeB Troubleshooting Configuration Management
Procedures (OEM Specific) Version Management

Alarm handling procedures Signalling trace

O&M software Faults Routine Maintenance

Data and Software Loading Faults Alarm management

Hardware Faults Performance management

Connection Faults
Link faults
Service Faults
Case study on trouble shooting
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VoLTE Overview | UTELBC-305


Course Objective
As LTE is defined as an all-IP network without any CS network elements, it is necessary for 4G LTE operators to provide voice service using all-
IP network using Voice over IP (VoIP) concept. Due to above reasons we are in time to utilize technology known as VoLTE (Voice over LTE)
which is based on IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) framework and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), and is the
preferred solution for delivering voice in LTE networks. It has become essential for all LTE operators to go with VoLTE in order to provide
voice services using their same LTE network using VoLTE technology. This course details the techniques followed in VoLTE in order to achieve
seamless voice call & video call services to and fro among LTE & LTE, LTE & 3G and LTE & 2G networks.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post Graduate
courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or Information &
Understand the need of VoLTE
Communication Engineering from Engineering Colleges of
Explain working functionality of network elements
various Universities may attend this program
of VoLTE network structure
Understand importance of IMS in VoLTE network Prerequisites
Explain different types of call setup procedures in Strong Knowledge of 4G Technology is desirable or trainee
VoLTE network might have attended UTELBC-302
Explain need and functions of SRVCC in LTE
network Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours Classroom atmosphere.

Course Outline
VoLTE & IMS Overview VoLTE Call flows

VOLTE an introduction VoLTE registration


Need of IMS for VoLTE IMS registration
VoLTE network elements & Default bearer connectivity to IMS
interfaces
VoLTE Call Setup
IMS network structure in detail
LTE to LTE network call setup procedures
LTE to 3G network call setup procedures
LTE to 2G network call setup procedures
LTE to CDMA network call setup procedures
LTE to PSTN network call setup procedures
Need of SRVCC in VoLTE network
SRVCC concept in detail
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LTE-Advanced Technology Overview | UTELBC-306


Course Objective
The peak downlink data rates requirement is reaching up to 1 Gbps or more in wireless telecom network now-a-days. To meet this high
demand, 3GPP keeps on introducing releases such as R8, R9, R10 and so on. R10 is also known as LTE-Advanced which is also the latest
development from 3GPP.This course is going to reveal technological secrets behind LTE-Advanced (R10 and above).

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post Graduate
courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or Information
Understand the need of LTE-Advanced and its
features & Communication Engineering from Engineering Colleges of
Explain working functionality of network elements various Universities may attend this program
of LTE-Adavanced network structure
Prerequisites
Understand LTE-Advanced key technologies, A strong Knowledge on 4G(LTE) Technology is desirable or
basic calling procedures trainee might have attended UTELBC-302.
Understand MIMO antenna techniques, Home
eNodeB concepts Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline
LTE-Advanced - an LTE-Advanced – Key
Introduction technologies
Evolution from LTE (R8) to Carrier aggregation (CA)
LTE- Advanced(R10 & above)
SON features and functions
Needs of LTE-Advanced
Coordinated multipoint (CoMP)
Features of LTE-Advanced
HetNets and eICIC
Network structure of LTE-
MIMO antennae
Advanced
Home eNodeB
LTE Releases
Discontinuous reception (DRX)
LTE Network architecture
Call flow procedures
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 36

3G Core Network Overview | UTELBC-401


Course Objective
EU has made great contributions for the success story by coordinating various players in the past (GSM) and in the current form with 3GPP
forum, there is a well defined set of interfaces and protocols governing 3G Core. During this course delivery students can start from their
existing knowledge of 2G core and build on the concepts of 3G Core including PS core for data communications and CS core for support of
voice and video.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Know the building blocks of a core such as an
RNC and Wireless Call Servers and Packet Data Information & Communication Engineering from
Services Core Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
this program.
Explain working functionality of network
elements of R99, R4, R5, R6 & R7 network
structures Prerequisites
A general Knowledge of 3G Technology is desirable
Learn details of Iu_PS and Iu_CS connectivity with
or trainee might have attended UTELBC-301
RNC and flexibility of multi-cores in regional
centers of the network as against centralized core
building infrastructure Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered
Appreciate the good practice of uniformity in the
in a Classroom atmosphere
hardware design when planning migrations to 4G
from 3G core.
Learn about what can IMS do to a 3G network for
future evolution

Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours

Course Outline

UTRAN & 3G CORE functional WCDMA Core Functional Aspects


architecture as per 3GPP
Specs Hand over management involving 3G RAN-Core network
elements such as CRNC, SRNC and RNC, AAA including double
Network architectures- R99, authentication algorithms, IP-Sec and Transport Layer Security
R4,R5,R6 and R7 Admission control
Load control
Call flows
Need for HSDPA,HSUPA
HSDPA/HSUPA network architecture and what is impacted in
3G Core for configuring HSPA
HSDPA/HSUPA Key concepts
Mobility in HSPA coverage
IMS, Signaling and QoS aspects of IP multimedia subsystem on
an all IP network
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3G Core Network Operations, Administration


and Maintenance | UTELBC-402
Course Objective
The advancements in Soft Switching and eventual evolution of NGN in wire-line core as well as significant strides in new versions of Circuit
Switched Core that are completely packet switched in addition to the developments in erstwhile SGSN, GGSN to perform even more
complex functionalities of driving a ever increasing demands of customers for higher speeds and low latencies is an exciting subject matter.
That is why this course is highly recommended to the students who wish to excel on 3G Core Network Operations & Maintenance
procedures.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication or
Know the EMS, LMT and their associated user
Information & Communication Engineering from
interfaces such as CLI/GUI.
Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
Explain working functionality of various options this program.
under various tool bars of EMS
Learn how to configure a core network with Prerequisites
special attention to maintenance IP addresses,
A general Knowledge of 3G Technology is desirable or
Signaling streams and user plane as distinct IP
trainee might have attended UTELBC-301 & UTELBC-401
Transport flows
Hands on practice of alarm management.
Teaching Methodology
Learn how to monitor the KPIs and do
performance management using EMS logs and This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
trace functionalities and other scheduler features practical exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The
to obtain periodic reports for analysis lab facilities should be available in the training venue).

Perform Software system upgrades


Learn the modus operandi for a back up and fall
back in case of Software upgrade fails due to
unknown reasons

Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

Wireless Network Understanding various key tools and menu


Management Systems key options available for a NOC engineer to work
functional aspects such as with the network remotely
CLI,GUI
Learn all kinds of logins that are necessary to maintain the
Learn built in features of how to
core network elements such as Wireless Call Server,
provision a system from templates
SGSN,GGSN and also RNC
or previous configurations
Learn how a system administrator manages users and their
RBAC
ESD and other safety precautions while working in lab
environments
3G Core configuration for HSPA practice session
Learn about adding new boards or circuit packs as and when
necessary
Learn about procedures to do Hot Swappable or FRU
components and the procedures
How to cope with cases that require equipment power off for
maintenance and precautions to prevent network outage at
large
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 38

EPC Overview | UTELBC-403


Course Objective
The goal of the LTE SAE from the 3GPP is to achieve a high-data-rate, low-latency, packet-optimised system that supports multiple access
technologies. Long Term Evolution, as defined in the 3GPP Release 8 standards, has described both an evolved Radio Access Network (E-
UTRAN) and a new core network strategy termed SAE - System Architecture Evolution. The new core network is key to achieve the level of
performance that LTE must deliver with the sort of low delay across the network that has been hitherto unachievable with GPRS and UMTS.
This is a specialised two day course which covers the major area of LTE's (Long Term Evolution) evolved core network called SAE (Systems
Architecture Evolution). The main part of SAE is the Evolved Packet Core (EPC), otherwise known as the SAE Core.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Understand the differences between 3G & 4G Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
Core Network architectures or Information & Communication Engineering from
Appreciate the major components of the EPC and Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
how e-Node B is related to EPC this program

Be aware of how functions of IMS relate to EPC


Prerequisites
Gain an overview of LTE interworking with A strong Knowledge on 4G(LTE) Technology is desirable
Wireless LANs (WiFiOffload) and other networks or trainee might have attended UTELBC-302
3GPP/3GPP2/Inter RAT

Teaching Methodology
Duration : 4 Days | 24 hours This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered
in a Classroom atmosphere

Course Outline

Evolved Packet Core Reference Points and Interfaces & new features
Structure Interfaces between EPC and the Access Network
Main Components S1: Signaling between Evolved Node Bs and the Core
X2: ENB-ENB connections
MME (Mobility Management
Entity) EPC Internal Interfaces
SAE Gateway or SGW (Serving IMS and Core connections
Gateway)
PGW (PDN - Packet Data Network Other components such as PCRF,HSS, and interworking
Gateway) with CDMA 2000 and or 3G/2G networks
HSS (The Home Subscriber Server) Features such as WiFi Offloading and how does it impact a
service provider's business
Telecom - Workshops | Boot-Camps 39

4G Core Network Operations, Administration


and Maintenance | UTELBC-404
Course Objective
4G LTE networks are evolved Packet core which is also popular as SAE-GW inclusive of MME and X-GW and the course is absolutely
essential for the students who wish to master the fundamentals of 4G Core Network Operations & Maintenance Procedures.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Students who are pursuing Under Graduate & Post
Graduate courses on Electronics or Telecommunication
Work with EMS, LMT and their associated user or Information & Communication Engineering from
interfaces such as CLI/GUI. Engineering Colleges of various Universities may attend
Master the user friendly features of various this program.
options under various tool bars of EMS
Configure a core network with special attention to Prerequisites
maintenance IP addresses, Signaling streams and A general Knowledge of 4G Technology, e-UTRAN & EPC
user plane as distinct IP Transport flows
are desirable or trainee might have attended UTELBC-403
Hands on practice of alarm management.
Do case studies to monitor the KPIs and do Teaching Methodology
performance management using EMS logs & This course is based on both theoretical lessons and
trace functionalities and other scheduler features practical exercises given in a Classroom atmosphere (The
to obtain periodic reports for analysis
lab facilities should be available in the training venue).
Perform Software system upgrades
Learn the modus operandi for a back up and fall
back in case of Software upgrade fails due to
unknown reasons

Duration : 5 Days | 30 hours

Course Outline

4G Wireless Network Understanding various key tools & menu options


Management Systems key available for a NOC engineer to work with the
functional aspects such as network remotely
CLI,GUI
Learn all kinds of logins that are necessary to maintain the
Learn built in features of core network elements such as X-GW,MME
how to provision a system from Learn how a system administrator manages users and their
templates or previous RBAC
configurations
ESD and other safety precautions while working in lab
environments
4G Core configuration for VoIP practice session
Learn about adding new boards or circuit packs as and when
necessary
Learn about procedures to do Hot Swappable or FRU
components and the procedures
How to cope with cases that require equipment power off for
maintenance and precautions to prevent network outage at
large
Telecom - Seminar | Tech Talk 40

Faculty Development Programs


UTL also conducts Faculty Development Programs to empower the teaching staff of our partner Universities / Colleges.

UTL Technologies actively supports a program of faculty exchanges between domestic and foreign universities. The benefits to the
University from this program are manifold and include
(1) wider experience for our faculty members teaching in new and different environments
(2) broader exposure for our students from visiting faculty members
(3) expanding reputation of the University / Institution in the quality of its students and faculty

Seminar | Tech Talk


Seminars / Tech Talks will provide the students with much needed information on the current technology trends. These are delivered by
our Subject Matter Experts / Industry Experts on wide range topics

Net Neutrality | UTELTT101 GPON | UTELTT106

IOT and Smart Cities | UTELTT102 Digital Broadband | UTELTT107

LTE-Advanced(R10 & Beyond) | UTELTT103 SMAC(social, mobile, analytics and cloud) | UTELTT108

Location Based Services | UTELTT104 5G | UTELTT109

Driverless Cars/ Connected Cars | UTELTT105 MIMO in LTE| UTELTT110


Networking
Academy
Student Exchange | Career Courses
Workshop | Boot-Camps
Faculty Development Program
Seminar | Tech Talk
Networking - Career Courses 41

IT Infrastructure Management | UNETCC-2001


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to introduce a systematic approach in implementing, configuring, managing network
infrastructure and developing the knowledge of installing, troubleshooting, securing, administrating, maintaining and monitoring
infrastructure available in the organization.

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to:

Install, Troubleshoot and Maintain Implementing of DHCP,DNS,Local Storage, understands How a network works,
Server and PC Hardware and files & print services selecting the appropriate administrative
Peripherals tasks required for a WLAN
Secure Windows servers by using Group
Understand the network topology, Policy Objects (GPOs). Configuring, verifying and
Devices and protocols, configure and troubleshooting basic switch& router
Install, configure and troubleshoot the
Maintaining of Ipv4,IpV6 based networks operation on Cisco devices
Network Policy Server (NPS) role.
Install, Configure, Maintain, Implementing an IP addressing scheme
Install, configure and troubleshoot
Troubleshoot, Upgrading of router and and IP services to meet network
AD CS, AD RMS, iSCSI, Branch Cache
switches devices requirements
deployment , Network Load Balancing,
Deploy and Manage Windows Server Failover clustering Identifying security threats to a network
2012. Understand appropriate command-line, Identifying methods to mitigate security
Implementing of AD DS services, objects PowerShell and applicable management threats
& Automate Administration. shell commands

Target Audience Prerequisites


This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a Basic Knowledge of how to operate computers, Hardware and
solid foundation for understanding the System functionality, networking application used. Basic Knowledge and skills
Basic network concepts, identifying the type's network, concerning the initial implementation and configuration of
categories, Transmission basic, topologies, protocols and core Windows Server services including Active Directory
devices. some knowledge and experience working with Domain Services (AD DS), Networking Services and Microsoft
Windows operating systems and who want to acquire the Hyper-V.
skills and knowledge necessary to install and perform the
initial configuration of a Windows Server

Teaching Methodology Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours


This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Course Outline

Hardware Essentials Network Essentials Cisco Certified Network


Associate (CCNA)Track
Computer fundamentals, Network Technologies - LAN, WAN,
Generations of computer protocols Concept of internetworking,
Media and topologies - Cable type, internet protocols
Introduction to the PC ,Key
Functions connector, physical & logical topologies IP addressing, subnetting, CIDR,
Network Management - OSI, DOD VLSM.
Types of Computers, Components
model, IP addressing
Cisco IOS, IP routing, RIP, EIGRP,
Types of Input & output devices
Network tools - Appropriate command OSPF.
Hardware - BIOS, CMOS, storage, line, Network Scanners
Layer 2 switching VLAN, STP, VTP.
motherboard, processor
Installation, upgradation & Microsoft Certified Solution Managing traffic with access control
troubleshooting of OS Associate (MCSA 2012) list.
Wide area networking protocols.
Safety and preventive measures Installing & Configuring Windows
Server 2012 (70-410)
Administering Windows Server
2012 (70-411)
Configuring Advanced Windows
Server 2012 Services (70-412)
Networking - Career Courses 42

Network Security | UNETCC-2002


Course Objective
This Course aims to preparing participants to identify policies, technologies, concepts associated with a layered and diversified defense
in-depth strategy. Explore, Map and analyze realistic TCP/IP networks using a variety of diagnostic tools. Securing data and network
infrastructure by analyzing, designing, implementing and validating on various operating system available using formal methodology,
tools and network devices.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals
expected to have some hands-on
Understand of ethical hacking Implementing CBAC and zone-based
experience with Windows Server, Windows
ethics and legality firewalls, IPS
based networking, Active Directory, Anti-
Implement the Foot printing and Install, Configure of STP, VLAN, Secure
Malware products, firewalls, network
social engineering, Scanning and layer 2 Switches
topologies and devices, and network ports
enumeration, system hacking
Implement Traffic Control IP tables ,
Identifying of Trojans, back doors, NAT, SNAT, DNAT, PAT Prerequisites
virus and worms, sniffers, Denial of Basic Knowledge of Hardware and
Implement SQUID (proxy server), QOS,
services and session hijacking networking application used
Bandwidth, Splitting
Understand Hacking web servers, web
Implementing of Securing - Web, FTP,
application vulnerabilities
Open SSH, NFS, Email
Teaching Methodology
Implementing Evading IDS honey pots This course is based on theoretical lessons
Implementing of IPcop as Firewall
and firewalls, wireless hacking and delivered in a Classroom atmosphere.
Intrusion Detection and Recovery
Implementing Cryptography,
Installing and configure AD, group
penetration testing methodologies
policy, access control, DFS. Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours
configuring, verifying and Configure ADCS & PKI deploying a CA
troubleshooting a switch with VLANs hierarchy EFS
and interswitch communications
Configure ADRMS, IPSec, NAP, NAT, VPN
Implementing an IP addressing scheme services.
and IP services to meet network
requirements Design & Identifying treats to network
security
Implementation and maintaining of
TMG
Course Outline
configuring,
Essentialverifying
of IT and
Security CCNA Security Linux Security
troubleshooting basic router operation
System.
and routing on Cisco devices Administrative access, administrative Traffic Control Iptables, NAT,
Administrative access,
Introduction policyhacking
to ethical access using AAA and RADIUS. Policy SNAT, DNAT, PAT
development and
ethics and implementation
legality development and implementation.
SQUID (proxy Server), QOS ,
Foot printing and social engineering CBAC and zone-based firewalls, Bandwidth Splitting
Scanning and enumeration, intrusion prevention system (IPS) Internet Security -Web, FTP,
system hacking using the CLI and SDM. OpenSSH, NFS, Email
Trojans, backdoors, virus & worms, Spanning tree, VLAN, securing layer 2 IPcop as Firewall Intrusion
sniffers wwitches, VPN using Cisco IOS and Detection and Recovery
Denial of services and session SDM, remote access VPN server and
hijacking client
Hacking web servers, web Windows Security. Forefront Threat
application vulnerabilities,
Overview of AD, group policy, Management Gateway (TMG)
Evading IDS honey pots and
firewalls, wireless hacking access Control, file system Security. Installing and Maintaining TMG
Cryptography, penetration testing Config AD CS overview of PKI Server
methodologies deploying a CA hierarchy, EFS. Enabling Access to Internet
Config AD right management Resources
services,
Configuring TMG as a firewall,
Configuration of IPSec and network Access to Advanced Application
access protection. & Web Filtering
Config VPN access, routing and Implementing Caching to Browsing
remote access, NAT. and TMG Enterprise Edition
Designing network security,
identifying threats to network
Security.
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 43

Network Security IT Fundamental | UNETBC-2101


Course Objective
This Course aims to preparing participants to identify policies, technologies, concepts associated with a layered and diversified defense
in-depth strategy. Explore, Map and analyze realistic TCP/IP networks using a variety of diagnostic tools. Securing data and network
infrastructure by analyzing, designing, implementing and validating using formal methodology, tools and network devices.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals expected to have
some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows
Understand of ethical hacking based networking, Active Directory, Anti-Malware products,
ethics and legality
firewalls, network topologies and devices, and network ports.
Implement the Foot printing and
social engineering, Scanning and Prerequisites
enumeration, system hacking
Basic Knowledge of Hardware and networking application used
Identifying of Trojans, back doors,
virus and worms, sniffers, Denial of Teaching Methodology
services and session hijacking
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Understand Hacking web servers, web Classroom atmosphere.
application vulnerabilities
Implementing Evading IDS honey pots
and firewalls, wireless hacking Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours
Implementing Cryptography,
penetration testing methodologies

Course Outline

Ethical Hacking, System Trojans, Backdoors, Virus & Penetration Testing


Hacking, Physical Security Worms, IDS , Honeypots, Methodologies,Sniffers
Introduction to ethical hacking
firewalls, DoS & DoSS, Hijacking Penetration Testing, Security
ethics and legality Overview of AD, group policy, access Assessments,Risk Management,
Foot printing and Social Control, file system Security. Automated Testing,Manual
Engineering, Scanning and Testing,Enumerating Devices,
Config AD CS overview of PKI deploying
Enumeration Denial of Service Emulation
a CA hierarchy, EFS.
Methodology of Hackers Sniffing,Protocols vulnerable
Config AD right management services, to sniffing, ARP and ARP spoofing
,Learning Some of the Tools Used
for the Reconnaissance Phase Configuration of IPSec and network attack,Tools for ARP spoofing,
access protection.. MAC flooding,Tools for MAC
Understanding password
flooding,Sniffing tools
cracking, password attacks Config VPN access, routing and remote
access, NAT..
Security Statistics, Physical
security, Need for physical security Designing network security, identifying
threats to network Security.
Factors that affect physical
security, Physical Security checklist Wireless Hacking
Hacking Web Servers, Web Concept of Wireless Networking,
Application Vulnerabilities Effects of Wireless Attacks on
Business,Types of Wireless Networks,
Introduction to Web Servers,
Wireless Standards,Wireless Access
Popular Web Servers and
points,SSID,Setting up aWLAN,
Common Vulnerabilities,
Detecting a wireless Network,How to
Attacks Against Web Servers,Tools
access a WLAN,Wired Equivalent
used in Attack,Countermeasures,
Privacy,Wi-Fi Protected Access,
Understanding web application
Steps for Hacking wireless
setup,Objectives of web
Networks,Cracking WEP,Tools for
application hacking,
scanning and Sniffing,
Anatomy of an attack,Web
Securing Wireless Networks, and
application threats,
Configuring IEEE 802.11x Radius
Countermeasures,Tools
Server Authentication for WLAN.
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 44

Start up to IT World (Hardware Esstentials) | UNETBC-2102


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants Identify the different types of hardware components that are needed by the computer and how
they work in unison to ensure the computer performs well and install, configure and troubleshoot hardware.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals expected to have
some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows
Install, Troubleshoot and Maintain based networking, Active Directory, Anti-Malware products,
Server and PC Hardware and
firewalls, network topologies and devices, and network ports.
Peripherals
Understanding the Generation of CPUs Prerequisites
and different CPU Technology
Basic Knowledge of how to operate computers and applications
Understand the characteristics and
functions of Display, Identifying the Teaching Methodology
different types of Display
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Installing and configuring the different Classroom atmosphere.
types of Storage and their working
methods
Understand the common methods of Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours
Troubleshooting System broad,
Processor, storage, Memory, Display
devices and other plug and play
hardware's.

Course Outline

Fundamental Introduction to System Introduction to Peripheral


Hardware's Device's
Overview of Computer
fundamentals, Generations of Recognize of Motherboard Layout, Recognize the Digital camera,
computer Components and Form Factors. Web cam, Speaker, Tuner card
Introduction to the PC, Key and form factors
Recognize the Generation of CPUs,
Functions different CPU Technology and form Recognize the Microphone,
Types of Computers, factors. printer, scanner and from
Components factors
Identifying of the basic types of
Types of Input and output Buses, Bus slot, clock speed. Identifying of various types of
devices Input /output connectors used
Recognize the Memory Form Factors,
in the system and their
Slot Types and Memory Types
functionality
Explain the characteristics and
functions Display
Hardware maintenance and
Recognize the types of storage,
functionality methods, connectors,
troubleshooting
form factors Understanding the
Identifying of the internal and functionality of BIOS,POST
external storage devices and their and CMOS setup utility
functionality Explain the troubleshooting
of common hardware and
operating system symptoms
and their causes,
Explain the Integrate common
preventative maintenance
techniques
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 45

Awareness to Network Technologies | UNETBC-2103


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants Identifying to the network technologies, management and Security.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
solid foundation for understanding the Basic network
Compare the layers of the OSI and concepts, identifying the type's network, categories,
TCP/IP models, Network Topologies,
Transmission basic, topologies, protocols and devices
Devices, protocols
Classify how applications, devices, and Prerequisites
protocols relate to the OSI model layers
Basic Knowledge of Hardware.
work.
Identifying the purpose and properties Teaching Methodology
of IP addressing
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Implement the purpose and properties Classroom atmosphere.
of routing and switching,
Identify common TCP and UDP default
ports Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Network Technologies Network Media & Topologies Network Device's


Function of common networking Standard cable types , common Common network devices
protocols connector types Specialized network devices
Identify commonly used TCP Physical network topologies, Advanced features of a switch,
and UDP default ports, address Logical network topologies Routers
formats, addressing technologies LAN technology types and Basic wireless network.
and addressing schemes properties
Identify common IPv4 and
IPv6 routing protocols,
purpose and properties of
routing

Network Management Network Tool's

Function of each layer of Appropriate command


the OSI model line interface tool

Methods and rationales Interpret the output to


for network performance verify functionality
optimization Purpose of network
Network troubleshooting scanners
methodology Utilize the appropriate
hardware tools
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 46

CCNA Security | UNETBC-2104


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to validate associated level knowledge and skill required to secure Cisco networks, to develop a
security infrastructure, recognize threats, vulnerabilities to the networks, mitigate security threats, maintain integrity, confidentiality and
availability of data and devices.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals expected to have
some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows
Configuring, verifying and based networking, Active Directory, Anti-Malware products,
troubleshooting a switch with VLANs
firewalls, network topologies and devices, and network ports.
and interswitch communications
Implementing an IP addressing scheme Prerequisites
and IP services to meet network
Basic Knowledge of Hardware and networking application used
requirements
Configuring, verifying and Teaching Methodology
troubleshooting basic router operation
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
and routing on Cisco devices
Classroom atmosphere.
Development and Implementation of
Administrative access, policy
Implementing of CBAC and zone-based
Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours
firewalls, IPS STP, VLAN, Secure layer 2
Switches

Course Outline

CCNA Security

Transport Layer & Router VLANs & DHCP


Configuration Administrative access, policy
Packet Delivery & Static Routing development and implementation

Access Control Lists & Network CBAC and zone-based firewalls,


Address Translation IPS

Managing Network Device STP, VLAN, Secure layer 2


Security Switches, VPN Access Purpose of
network scanners
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 47

MS Administration of Active Directory 2012| UNETBC-2105


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to implementing, managing, maintaining, and provisioning services and infrastructure in a
Windows Server 2012 environment

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and who have some
knowledge and experience working with Windows operating
Deploy and Manage Windows Server systems and who want to acquire the skills and knowledge
2012.
necessary to install and perform the initial configuration of a
Describe Active Directory Domain Windows Server 2012orWindows Server 2012 R2 server in an
Services (AD DS). existing Windows server environment.
Manage AD DS objects and Automate
AD DS Administration. Prerequisites
Implement IPv4, IPv6, DHCP, DNS, local Basic Knowledge of understanding of networking fundamentals,
Storage, basic Active Directory concepts, awareness and understanding
of security best practices, Basic knowledge of server hardware,
Implement file and print services.
Experience supporting and configuring Windows client
Secure Windows servers by using Group operating systems such as Windows 7 or Windows 8
Policy Objects (GPOs).
Implementing Server Virtualization with
Hyper-V. Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Understand appropriate command-line,
PowerShell and applicable management Classroom atmosphere.
shell commands
Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Installing and configuration Deploy and configure DNS Administering Active


Windows server 2012 Service Directory
Automate the creation of Active
Planning for server installation, Configure Active Directory Directory accounts; create, copy,
Plan for server roles, upgrade, Integration of primary zones, configure and delete users and
install server core, Forwarder, computers
Optimize resource utilization by Manage DNS Cache,Create A Configure templates, perform
using feature on demand, and PTR Resource records bulk Active Directory operation,
migrate roles from previous Configure Primary and configure user rights, offline
versions of Windows server, Secondary zones,Configure domain join, manage inactive
stub zones, and disabled accounts,
Configure server core, deploy
rules on remote servers, convert Configure conditional Create and configure Service
server core to and from full GUI forwards,Configure zone and Accounts, create and configure
conditional forward storage in Group Managed service
Active Directory Accounts, create and configure
Managed Service Accounts ,
configure Kerberos delegation,
Objectives- AD Planning
manage Service Principal
and Installation Names(SPNs)

Add or remove a domain Management of Active Directory


controller from a domain objects
Upgrade a domain controller,
Install AD DS on server-core
installation,
Install Domain controller from
install from media(IFM), Resolve
DNS SRV record registration
issues,
Configure a global catalog
server
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 48

Linux Security | UNETBC-2106


Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to introduce to network services, server side setup, configuration, basic administration. Securing
policies, files and file system, password, kernel by using security tools and firewall configurations.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals expected to have
some hands-on experience with Linux Server, Windows
Implementing Traffic Control IP tables ,NAT, SNAT, based networking, firewalls, network topologies and devices,
DNAT, PAT
and network ports.
Implementing SQUID (proxy server), QOS
,Bandwidth Splitting Prerequisites
Implementing Securing - Web, FTP, Open SSH, NFS, Basic Knowledge of Hardwareand networking application used.
Email
Implementing IPcop as Firewall Intrusion Detection Teaching Methodology
and Recovery
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Linux Security
Planning for server installation, Traffic Control Iptables, NAT,
Plan for server roles, upgrade, SNAT, DNAT, PAT
install server core, SQUID (proxy Server), QOS ,
Bandwidth Splitting
Optimize resource utilization by
using feature on demand, Internet Security -Web, FTP,
migrate roles from previous OpenSSH, NFS, Email
versions of Windows server, IPcop as Firewall Intrusion
Configure server core, deploy Detection and Recovery
rules on remote servers, convert
server core to and from full GUI
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 49

MS Infrastructure implementation of Windows 2012 | UNETBC-2107

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to implementing, managing, maintaining, and provisioning services and infrastructure in a
Windows Server 2012 environment

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and who have some
knowledge and experience working with Windows operating
Implement a Group Policy infrastructure, Manage
systems and who want to acquire the skills and knowledge
user desktops with Group Policy.
necessary to install and perform the initial configuration of a
Maintain Active Directory Domain Services (AD Windows Server 2012orWindows Server 2012 R2 server in an
DS).
existing Windows server environment
Configure and troubleshoot Domain Name System
(DNS), Remote Access. Prerequisites
Install, configure, and troubleshoot the Network Basic Knowledge and skills concerning the initial implementation
Policy Server (NPS) role. and configuration of core Windows Server services including
Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), Networking Services
Implement Network Access Protection (NAP),
Optimize file services. and Microsoft Hyper-V.

Configure encryption and advanced auditing.


Teaching Methodology
Deploy and maintain server images, Update
Management, Monitor Windows Server 2012. This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.
Understand appropriate command-line,
PowerShell and applicable management shell
commands
Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Managing Group policy Configuring Active Directory Configuring Active Directory


Objects Infrastructure Server Roles
Configure Central Store, manage Universal Group Membership Implement claims-based
starter GPO, GPO links, multiple Caching (UGMC), transfer and authentication including
local group policies, security seize operation masters, Replying party Trusts, Claims
filtering, Install and a read only domain Provider Trust rules
Configure rule enforcement, controller (RODC) , Domain Attribute stores including Active
Applocker rules, Software Controller cloning Directory Lightweight Directory
Restriction Policies, Group Policy Implement multi-domain and Services (AD LDS),
Processing, multi-forest Active Directory Install an Enterprise Certificate
Configure processing order and environments including Authority (CA), CRL distribution
precedence, blocking of interoperability with previous points, install and online
inheritance , enforced policies, version of Active Directory Responder,
security filtering and WMI implement administrative role
filtering, separation,CA backup and
recovery, Manage certificates
Using Virtualization in Windows templates
Server 2012
Dynamic memory, smart paging,
Resource metering , guest
integration services,
Create VHD and VHDX,
differencing drives , modify VHD
Implement Hyper-V network
Virtualization, Hyper-V virtual
switches, optimize network
performance, MAC address,
Network insolation, synthetic
and legacy virtual network
adapter, Perform Live migration
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 50

Windows Security | UNETBC-2108

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants intended for those Interested in Networking, Installation, implementing, managing, maintaining,
and provisioning services and infrastructure

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals expected to have
some hands-on experience with Windows Server, Windows
Installing and Configuring of AD, group
based networking, Active Directory, network topologies and
policy, access control, DFS
devices, and network ports.
Configuring ADCS & PKI deploying a CA
hierarchy EFS Prerequisites
Configuring ADRMS, IPSec, NAP, NAT, Basic Knowledge of Hardwareand networking application used.
VPN services.
Design & Identifying treats to network Teaching Methodology
security This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Windows 2008 - Security


Overview of AD, grouppolicy,
access control, DFS
Config ADCS & PKI deploying a
CA hierarchy EFS
Config ADRMS, IPSec, NAP, NAT,
VPN services.
Design & Identifying treats to
network security
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 51

MS Advance Infrastructure implementation 2012 | UNETBC-2109

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to implementing, managing, maintaining, and provisioning services and infrastructure in a
Windows Server 2012 environment.

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Target Audience
This course is designed for individuals and who have some knowledge
Configure advanced features for DHCP,
DNS and (IPAM) and experience working with Windows operating systems and who
want to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to install and
Configure and manage iSCSI, Branch Cache perform the initial configuration of a Windows Server 2012orWindows
and FSRM.
Server 2012 R2 server in an existing Windows server environment
Configure DAC to manage and audit
access to shared files. Prerequisites
Plan and implement an AD DS deployment Basicunderstanding of networking fundamentals, basic Active
that includes multiple domains and forests. Directory concepts, awareness and understanding of security best
Implement and configure AD CS, AD RMS, practices, Basic knowledge of server hardware, Experience supporting
AD FS deployment and configuring Windows client operating systems such as Windows 7
or Windows 8. Knowledge and skills concerning the initial
Provide high availability and load
balancing by NLB, Fail overclustering implementation and configuration of core Windows Server services
including Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), Networking
Implement a backup and disaster recovery Services and Microsoft Hyper-V
solution based on business and technical
requirements.
Teaching Methodology
Understand appropriate command- This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
line, PowerShell and applicable
Classroom atmosphere.
management shell commands

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours


Course Outline

Configuring TCP/IP and Managing and Maintaining Understanding Security


Manage DHCP Servers & Network Access
IP address options, subnetting, Install and configure the Windows Configure user right assignment,
supernetting Server Update Services (WSUS) role, security options, security
group policies for updates, client- templates, audit policy, Local
IPAM manually or by using users and groups, user Account
Group Policy,server discovery, side targeting, WSUS synchronization,
WSUS groups control (UAC), account policies,
Create and manage IP blocks Configure domain user password
Configure Data Collector Sets (DCS),
and ranges, monitor utilization policy , apply and manage PSO,
alerts, monitor real-time performance,
of IP address space, local user password policy,
monitor virtual machines (VM) monitor
Migrate to IPAM, delegate events, event subscriptions, network lockout settings
IPAM administration, manage monitoring.
IPAM collections. Managing and configuring
Create and configure scopes, Installing, Implementing and Files,print and share Access
reservation, client and server for configuring Remote Access role,NAT, Services
PXE boot,relay agent, authorize VPN ,routing
DHCP server Create and configure shares ,
share andNTFS permission,
offline files,ABE, VSS, quotas
Configure enterprise print
management, drivers ,printer
pooling ,priorities, permissions
Install and configure DFS
namespaces, DFS Replication
Targets
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 52

Forefront Threat Management Gateway(TMG) | UNETBC-2110

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants intended for those Interested in Networking, Installation, and Troubleshooting with
Microsoft,Ciscoand installing, configuring Firewall management

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Target Audience
This course is designed for individuals expected to have some hands-
Implementation and maintaining of TMG
on experience with Windows Server, Windows based networking,
Configuring Firewall, Web filtering, VPN, Active Directory, Anti-Malware products, firewalls, network topologies
Remote Access and devices, and network ports.
Configuring of intranet, extranet and
DMZ Networks Prerequisites
Basic Knowledge of Hardwareand networking application used

Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline

Forefront Threat Management


Gateway (TMG)
Installing and Maintaining TMG
Server
Enabling Access to Internet
Resources

Configuring TMG as a firewall,


Access to Advanced Application
& Web Filtering
Implementing Caching to Browsing
and TMG Enterprise Edition
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 53

MS Designing and Implementing Server 2012 | UNETBC-2111

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to name resolution, application integration, optimization of automate remediation and
maintenance of network services in a Windows Server 2012 environment.

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Target Audience
This course is designed for individuals and who have some
Plan a server upgrade and migration.
knowledge and experience working with Windows operating systems
Plan and implement a server deployment knowledge and basic AD DS and networking experience in an
infrastructure.
enterprise/small business (SMB) environment together with
Design and maintain an IP configuration and application configuration experience. Who is responsible for planning,
address management solution.
designing, and deploying a physical and a logical Windows Server
Design and implement name resolution. 2012 Enterprise Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
Design and implement an AD DS forest and infrastructure including the network services necessary
domain infrastructure.
Prerequisites
Design and implement an Active Directory BasicKnowledge of MCSA ,good understanding of Transmission
organizational unit infrastructure.
Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) fundamentals and
Design and implement a Group Policy Object networking concepts, working knowledge of both Windows Server
(GPO) strategy. 2012 and AD DS. For example, domain user accounts, domain vs.
Design and implement an AD DS topology. local user accounts, user profiles, and group membership,
Plan and implement storage, file services.. understanding of both scripts and batch files, solid understanding of
security concepts, such as authentication and authorization, Ability
Design and implement network access
to work in a team or a virtual team
services, protection.
Understand appropriate command-line,
Power Shell and applicable management Teaching Methodology
shell commands This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline
Managing Remote Access High Availability Windows File and Storage Services
Services Server 2012
Design storage spaces , basic and
Install and configure the Remote
Install and Configure NLB nodes, dynamic disks, MBR and GPT disks
Access role, VPN, remote dial-in
perquisites, affinity, port rules, cluster
settings for users, Configure rules for multiple
operation mode
profiles ,connection security rules,
Configure multiple RADIUS Configure NIC Teaming, Quorum, windows firewall application,
Server Infrastructure, clients, cluster networking, cluster storage, scopes , ports, users, configure
manage Templates, accounting upgrade a cluster, authenticated firewall exceptions,
Configure connection request, Configure role-specific setting, VM import and export setting,
network policies , manage monitoring, fail over and preference Configure iSCSI target and initiator,
NPS Templates and policies settings iSNS, manage server free space
using feature on demand.
Configure SHV,health policies,
NAP enforcement, isolation
and remediation Implementing Disaster
Recovery
Backup AD and SYSVOl, manage
AD offline, optimize an AD
database, clean up metadata, AD
snapshot,
Perform object and container-
level recovery, perform AD
restore,
Configure windows server
backup, windows online backups.
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 54

MS Implementing an Advanced Server | UNETBC-2112

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to name resolution, application integration, optimization of automate remediation and
maintenance of network services in a Windows Server 2012 environment.

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Target Audience
This course is designed for individuals and who have some knowledge
Describe the considerations for managing an
enterprise data center. and experience working with Windows operating systems knowledge
and basic AD DS and networking experience in an enterprise/small
Implement a server virtualization strategy
business (SMB) environment together with application configuration
using Microsoft System Center 2012.
experience. Who is responsible for planning, designing, and deploying
Implement networks and storage for a physical and a logical Windows Server 2012 Enterprise Active
virtualization. Directory Domain Services (AD DS) infrastructure including the
Plan and deploy virtual machines, Manage a network services necessary
virtual machine deployment.
Implement a server monitoring strateg, high
Prerequisites
availability for file services and applications. BasicKnowledge of MCSA,TCP/IP and networking concepts. , Windows
Server 2012 and AD DS, including planning, designing and deploying
Implement a server-updates infrastructure,
AD DS and network infrastructure, Using scripts and batch files,
business continuity strategy.
Security concepts, such as authentication and authorization,
Implement a public key infrastructure Deployment, packaging, and imaging tools, Working on a team or with
(PKI),IRM infrastructure.
a virtual team, Creating proposals and making budget
recommendations
Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours
Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Classroom atmosphere.

Course Outline

Plan, Deploy & implementing Planning and Implementing Planning and Implementing
a server infrastructure a Server Virtualization a Server Monitoring and
Understanding design Strategy Business Continuity Strategy
consideration, Overview of System Center 2012
Components,Integrating and Planning and Monitoring Server
Using the Windows Assessment
Server Virtualization 2012,Overview of System Center
and Deployment kit,
Operations Manager,
Using virtual server deployment. Planning and Implementing a
Server Virtualization Host Planning and Configuring
Configure multicast deployment, Monitoring Components,
Environment, Storage
multisite topology and Integration with VMM,
Infrastructure.
distribution points
Planning and Implementing a Configuring and Implementing
Configure a multi-server Server Monitoring, Operations
Network Infrastructure for
topology,WDS Manager Monitoring.
Virtualization, Virtual Machine
Plan and implement server Configuration Monitoring Virtual Machines and
Host Machines.
upgrade, migration, and Preparing for Virtual Machine
file and storage services Deployments with VMM, Overview of Business Continuity,
Deploying Virtual Machines Planning and Implementing
Planning for role migration,Migrating Backup Strategies, Recovery.
server roles,
Planning and Implementing
Migrating server a cross domains and Virtual Machine data Backup and
forests Recovery,
Designing a server consolidation Configuring Data Protection
strategy, Manager.
Planning for capacity, resource
optimization, file and storage service
Configuring iSCSI target server,
Internet Storage Name Server
Configuring and installing Network
File System,device-specific modules
Networking - Workshop | Boot-Camps 55

Cisco Network Associate | UNETBC-2113

Course Objective
This Course aims at preparing Participants to describe how a network works configure, verify and troubleshoot a switch with VLANs and
interswitching, Implement an IP addressing scheme and IP Services to meet network requirements in a medium-size Enterprise branch
office network, Configure, verify, and troubleshoot basic router operation and routing on Cisco devices, appropriate administrative tasks
required for a WLAN, Implement, verify, and troubleshoot NAT and ACLs in a medium-size Enterprise branch office network.

Course Outcomes
On completion of this course the participants will be able to: Target Audience
This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a solid
Understanding how a network works
foundation for understanding the Basic network concepts, identifying
Configuring, verifying and troubleshooting a the type's network, categories, Transmission basic, topologies,
switch with VLANs and interswitch
protocols and devices
communications
Implementing an IP addressing scheme and Prerequisites
IP services to meet network requirements Basic Knowledge of Hardwareand networking application used
Configuring, verifying and troubleshooting
basic router operation and routing on Cisco Teaching Methodology
devices
This course is based on theoretical lessons and delivered in a
Explaining and selecting the appropriate Classroom atmosphere.
administrative tasks required for a WLAN
Identifying security threats to a network and
describing methods to mitigate those threats

Duration : 5 Days | 35 hours

Course Outline
Interconnecting Cisco
Networking Devices
Networking, Communications &
LANs
Operating Cisco IOS Software,
Switch & Ethernet Operations
Understanding IPv4 Addresses,
Address Blocks & VLSM
Understanding Transport Layer &
Router Configuration, Packet
Delivery & Static Routing
Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
Implementing an EIGRP Based
Solution
Implementing a Scalable, Multiarea
Network, OSPF Based Solution
Implementing WAN Technology &
Serial Connections
Establishing a WAN Connection
Using Frame Relay
Networking - Seminar | Tech Talk 56

Faculty Development Programs


UTL also conducts Faculty Development Programs to empower the teaching staff of our partner Universities / Colleges.

UTL Technologies actively supports a program of faculty exchanges between domestic and foreign universities. The benefits to the
University from this program are manifold and include
(1) wider experience for our faculty members teaching in new and different environments
(2) broader exposure for our students from visiting faculty members
(3) expanding reputation of the University / Institution in the quality of its students and faculty

Seminar | Tech Talk


Seminars / Tech Talks will provide the students with much needed information on the current technology trends. These are delivered by
our Subject Matter Experts / Industry Experts on wide range topics

Cloud and Virtualization Essentials| UNETTT2115

Virtualization and Cloud computing Awareness | UNETTT2116

Virtualization with Open Stack| UNETTT2117

OpenShift Enterprise Administration | UNETTT2118

Open Stack Administration | UNETTT2119


Embedded
Academy
Student Exchange | Career Courses
Workshop | Boot-Camps
Faculty Development Program
Seminar | Tech Talk
Embedded - Career Courses 57

Embedded Systems Developer | UEMBCC-3001


Course Objective
In today's world, embedded systems are everywhere -- homes, offices, cars, factories, hospitals, plans and consumer electronics. Their huge
numbers and new complexity call for a new design approach, one that emphasizes high-level tools and hardware/software tradeoffs, rather
than low-level assembly-language programming and logic design.
This course presents the traditionally distinct fields of software and hardware design in a new unified approach. It covers trends and
challenges, introduces the design and use of single-purpose processors ("hardware") and general-purpose processors ("software"),
describes memories and buses, illustrates hardware/software tradeoffs using real-time examples, and discusses advanced computation
models, control systems, chip technologies, and modern design tools.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a solid
to work confidently on : foundation for design and development of embedded system
firmware/software
Design and Development of Embedded
Software / Firmware using C Programming
Prerequisites
Building Embedded Systems based on
Understanding of Fundamental Computer / Electronic
ARM Microcontrollers
Engineering Concepts
Developing Application / System Programs
on Linux Platforms
Teaching Methodology
Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions
Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours

Course Outline

Embedded System Essentials Programming & Interfacing Embedded Linux


with ARM Cortex-M0 based Operating System
Fundamentals of Embedded
System Design Microcontroller Fundamentals
Design methodology Linux Kernel Architecture
Introduction to Cortex M0
Real-Time Embedded Systems Linux System Programming
Introduction to Nu-LB-
Embedded System design NUC140 Target Board Process Management
challenges, Metrics & Goals Inter-Process
Exception handling
Development environment Communication
GPIO Programming
Current market trends & Building Linux Kernel
Introduction to serial
Applications Linux RootFS Creation
communication & UART
Interrupt Programming
Embedded C Programming
Working with PWM:
Introduction to C Programming Controlling DC Motor
Types and Operators Working with I2C,SPI,CAN
Control Flow Protocol

Storage Classes Interfacing EEPROM, LCD


Display
Bit Manipulation
Standard C IO functions
Functions
Arrays, Pointers and Strings
Advanced Data types
Dynamic Memory Management
Data Structures
Search and Sort algorithms
The C Pre-Processor
Embedded - Career Courses 58

Mobile Application Development | UEMBCC-3002


Course Objective
Mobile Application Development Course is a hands-on training for designing and building mobile applications using Android open-source
platform. This complete hands-on course encourages participants to build increasingly more sophisticated and meaningful mobile
applications for Android. Incorporating most of the key aspects of the platform, each participant will build their own complete Android
application by the end of the course

Course Outcomes Target Audience


At the end of Android Corporate training course, the This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a solid
participants will be able to foundation for developind mobile applications based on Android
Platform.
Understand Base platform of Android OS
Get under the hood idea of Application Prerequisites
and their functioning
Participants who have been knowledge any object-oriented
Develop Android applications programming language
Contribute to Android App Market for
good rewards Teaching Methodology
Boast your career as a Mobile application Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions
developer
Understand Mobile App development for Duration : 35 Days | 210 hours
different Platforms

Course Outline

Java Programming Android Development Android Testing


Introduction The Basics Foundational Concepts

Language Fundamentals Android SDK Useful Tools

OOPs Concepts Introduction Android Components Testing and Technology

Array and String Android User Interface Testing in the Real World

Oops in java Handling Events Guidance and Structure on


the Move
Packages and Wrapper Storing and Retrieving
Classes Data Testing Web Applications

Exception Handling Content Providers Structure Your Testing


Location Services and
Maps
Graphics, Audio and Video
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 59

Embedded Linux Development | UEMBBC-3101

Course Objective
Embedded Linux Development is designed to give experienced programmers a solid understanding of adapting the Linux kernel and
customized user-space libraries and utilities to embedded applications such as those in use in consumer electronics, military, medical,
industrial, and auto industries. This Boot-camps includes extensive hands-on exercises and demonstrations designed to give you the
necessary tools to develop an embedded Linux device.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: The course is primarily intended for experienced programmers and
engineers who are interested in learning the fundamentals of
Understand the Linux kernel architecture, with adapting Linux to an embedded system, especially those who have
emphasis on the essential points needed to adapt been assigned to a team tasked with designing an embedded system.
the kernel to a custom embedded application
The purpose here is to shorten the learning curve by providing a
Understand the techniques for right sizing the guided tour of the relevant points within the architecture of Linux
system to meet project constraints systems
Understand the multitude of resources available
for constructing a cross development environment Prerequisites
for embedded projects Be proficient in the C programming language. Be familiar with basic
Understand the options available for populating Linux (UNIX) utilities such as ls, rm, grep, tar. Be comfortable using any of
libraries and application user-spaces to meet the the available text editors (e.g. emacs, vi). Know the basics of compiling
goals and constraints of embedded systems and linking programs, constructing Makefiles, and be comfortable doing
application developing in a Linux or UNIX environment. Have a good
understanding of systems programming in a UNIX or Linux
environment, at least from the standpoint of writing applications.
Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours Experience with any major Linux distribution is helpful but not strictly
required.

Teaching Methodology
Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions

Course Outline

Embedded Real Time System Configuring uClibc


Concepts
Build BusyBox Utility Suite
Cross-Development
Environments Goals & Needs Linker Scripts

Boot loaders and U-Boot Kernel Monitoring and Debugging

Kernel Architecture Preview Right-Sizing

Device Drivers Flash Memory Filesystems

Device Trees Compressed Filesystems

Target File system Packaging Real-Time Extensions


Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 60

Linux Kernel and Device Drivers | UEMBBC-3102

Course Objective
This course targets engineers who wish to develop or improve device drivers in the Linux kernel, for projects on embedded platforms, or on
the traditional PC platform. In five days, through theory and practical labs, the course makes you familiar with the essentials of kernel
development: kernel architecture, the main APIs, integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with user applications.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course targets people developing devices using the Linux
kernel and people supporting embedded Linux system
Understand the structure of kernel developers
source code
Perform kernel configurations and Prerequisites
parameter passing. Be proficient in the C programming language. Be familiar with
Understand and perform locking in Linux basic Linux (UNIX) utilities such as ls, rm, grep, tar. Be comfortable
kernel programming using any of the available text editors (e.g. emacs, vi). A basic
knowledge of Make file is helpful, but not essential.
Understand Signals and signal handling
Creating processes and executing programs Teaching Methodology
Understanding scheduling criteria's in Linux Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions
Perform board bring up on an embedded
platform
Understanding power management Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours
framework in Linux kernel
Getting sources from git repository
And much more

Course Outline

Introduction to the Linux Locking


kernel
Kernel source code Kernel debugging techniques

Configuring, compiling and Memory allocations in Linux kernel


booting the kernel
Kernel architecture for device drivers
Linux kernel modules
Kernel booting details
Memory management and
accessing hardware Porting the Linux kernel to a new
hardware platform
Character device drivers
Power management
Processes, scheduling,
waiting for resources and
interrupt management
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 61

Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging | UEMBBC-3103

Course Objective
Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging is designed to provide experienced programmers with a solid understanding of the Linux kernel.
On completion of workshop you will have a basic understanding of the Linux architecture, kernel algorithms, hardware and memory
management, modularization techniques and debugging. This five day course includes extensive hands-on exercises and demonstrations
designed to give you the necessary tools to develop and debug Linux kernel code

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: You are interested in learning how to write kernel code and/or
debug kernel code for the Linux operating system. Maybe you are
Understand Linux kernel Architecture
just doing this for fun, but more likely you have this task as part
Understand race conditions and its of your job. The purpose here is to ease your path and perhaps
sources shorten the amount of time it takes to reach a level of basic
Perform linux kernel debugging using competence in this endeavor.
different methodologies
Understand scheduling scheme in Prerequisites
Linux kernel (CFS) Be proficient in the C programming language. Be familiar with
Understand the memory allocation basic Linux (UNIX) utilities such as ls, rm, grep, tar. Be comfortable
schemes in Linux kernel using any of the available text editors (e.g. emacs, vi). A basic
Write a device driver for automatic knowledge of Make file is helpful, but not essential.
device file creation
Understand power management frame
Teaching Methodology
work Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions

Port linux kernel on to an embedded


platform by performing kernel Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours
configurations
And much more

Course Outline

Introduction Preliminaries Memory Addressing


and Kernel Architecture
Kernel Programming Preview Device Drivers

Race Conditions and Power Management


Synchronization Methods
Embedded Linux
Monitoring and Debugging

Scheduling Basics
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 62

Android Application Development | UEMBBC-3104

Course Objective
Learn how to build your own Android Application for the fastest-growing mobile market with hands-ontraining from experienced
developers. During our hands-on Android App course, you'll create your own Android App ready for entry into the Android Marketplace.
Learning in person from a professional means you'll gain the practical skills you need as an Android App developer.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is intended for Developers who want to move in to
the booming Android Application development industry
Build thier own Android Application
and upload it to the Google Play
Store Prerequisites
Modern objectoriented language such as Java,C++, C#, Smalltalk,
Develop for simulators and real
PHP5, etc. is essential.
devices
Understand the basics of Android Teaching Methodology
Development with latest android
Online Linux Training / Live instructor-led sessions
versions and the Java SDK
And much more
Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours

Course Outline

Introducing Android
Architecting Applications

Working with the Hardware


Building Data Driven
Applications
Preparing, Testing, and
Publishing
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 63

Embedded Systems ARM Cortex-M0 MCUs | UEMBBC-3105

Course Objective
8/16-bit processors run on old architectures; which make it tend towards slowness. It also has a low limit on supported RAM/other storage.
Whereas 32-bit microcontroller architectures can replace 8/16-bit systems without a cost increase for embedded solution with a boost in
RAM size and performance. The course is designed for engineers developing software for platforms based around the ARM cortex –M0
processors. The course includes an introduction to the ARM product range, cortex-M0 cores, programmer's model, Instruction set
architecture.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This workshop is designed for all students and professionals
who are currently working on 8- bit MCUs and who intend to
Developing of GPIO,LEDs, LCD
work on 32-bit MCUs
Developing of PWM, Motor control
Developing of UART, SPI Prerequisites
A basic knowledge on C is required & understanding of 8-bit
Developing of I2C, CAN
Microcontroller architecture

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and
can be delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Course Outline

Introduction to Cortex M0 Introduction to Serial Working with SPI Protocol


Architecture, Operating Modes, Communication & UART
Interrupt Handling Mechanism Interfacing RFID

Introduction to Nu-LB-NUC140 Interrupt Programming Working with CAN Protocol


Target Board
Introduction Keil uVision IDE. Working with PWM Interfacing EEPROM,
Controlling DC Motor LCD Display.
GPIO Programming, Working with I2C Protocol
Interfacing LEDs, Buzzer,
Keypad Matrix
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 64

Embedded Systems ARM Cortex-M3 MCUs | UEMBBC-3106

Course Objective
With the growing importance of the embedded systems, the need to design embedded applications with microcontrollers having advanced
features is gaining prominence. ARM, an Advanced RISC Machine is emerging as one of the prominent standard for embedded RISC
processing across communication, networking, consumer, portable, automotive and multimedia application markets. ARM offers an array
of cores, architectural extensions, microprocessors and system-on-chip (SoC) solutions, all using common software architecture. There is a
growing need for embedded engineers to understand and work with the ARM Processor Family Architecture and software development
tools. This workshop will enable participants to understand ARM Cortex-M3 architectures, its programming and its various peripherals.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This workshop is designed for all students and professionals
who are currently working on 8- bit MCUs and who intend
Developing of GPIO,LEDs, LCD
to work on 32-bit MCUs
Developing of PWM, Motor control
Developing of UART, SPI Prerequisites
A basic knowledge on C is required & understanding of 8-bit
Developing of I2C, Ethernet, USB
Microcontroller architecture

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and
can be delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Course Outline

Introduction to Cortex M3 Introduction to Serial Working with SPI Protocol


Architecture, Operating Modes, Communication & UART
Interrupt Handling Mechanism Interfacing RFID

Introduction to LPC1768 Interrupt Programming Working with Ethernet


Target Board Protocol
Introduction Keil uVision IDE. Working with PWM Working with USB
Controlling DC Motor Protocol
GPIO Programming, Working with I2C Protocol Interfacing EEPROM,
Interfacing LEDs, Buzzer, LCD Display.
Keypad Matrix
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 65

Embedded Systems ARM Cortex-M4 MCUs | UEMBBC-3107

Course Objective
The intent of this workshop is to be at a place where a person with a few C skills and some microcontroller experience can familiarize them
self with the Tiva C Series parts, Code Composer Studio, TivaWare for C Series and the process of programming these microcontrollers. This
workshop will enable participants to understand ARM Cortex-M4 architectures, its programming and its various peripherals.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This workshop is designed for all students and professionals
who are currently working on 8- bit MCUs and who intend to
Developing of GPIO,LEDs, LCD
work on 32-bit MCUs
Developing of PWM, Motor control
Developing of UART, SPI Prerequisites
A basic knowledge on C is required & understanding of 8-bit
Developing of I2C, Ethernet, USB
Microcontroller architecture

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours Teaching Methodology


This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and
can be delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Course Outline

Introduction to TI's TM4C PWM and QEI Memory, Security and


Devices, Launch Pad and the MPU
Cloud Services
I2C, SensorLib and Floating Point Unit
Introduction to Code GUI Composer
Composer Studio SPI and the QSSI DMA
TivaWare, Initialization
UART Low Power Modes
and GPIO
Ethernet Port USB Graphics Library

Interrupts and the Timers

ADC and the Educational


Boosterpack
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 66

C Programming | UEMBBC-3108

Course Objective
This course is a fast-paced introduction to the C programming language, with an emphasis on good programming practices and how to be
an effective programmer in these languages. Participants are introduced to all major language elements including fundamental data types,
flow control, and standard function libraries.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
solid foundation for understanding the C Programming Skills
Understand Data Types, Storage
Classes and Scope Prerequisites
Understand Compiler Directives, Understanding of fundamental programming concepts
Preprocessor and Macros
Understand Operators and Teaching Methodology
Expressions
This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and
Understand Functions and C Runtime can be delivered in online class room atmosphere.
Library
Understand Arrays, Structures and
Unions Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours

Course Outline

Overview of C Basic Formatted I/O Recursion

Fundamental Data Types, Operators & Expressions Flow Control Constructs


Storage Classes & Scope
Storage Classes Precedence & Associativity Arrays & Pointers

Macros Functions (Subroutines) Structures

Conditional Compilation Functions versus Inlining C Runtime Library Standard


Functions
Using Macros for Debugging
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 67

Effective Programming in C++ | UEMBBC-3110

Course Objective
This is a fast-paced introductory course to the C++ programming language. It is intended for those with little programming background,
though prior programming experience will make it easier, and those with previous experience will still learn C++-specific constructs and
concepts

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
good foundation for understanding the secrets of object
Understand Enhanced features in C++
oriented programming
Understand Classes, Objects, Access
Specifiers Prerequisites
Understand OOPS Concepts A good Knowledge in C Programming Language is desirable
Understand Virtual Functions
Understand Templates Teaching Methodology
This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and can be
delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours

Course Outline

History and Overview Introduction to Inheritance Operator Overloading

Enhancement Made in C++ Constructors in inheritance Virtual and Pure virtual


Functions
Dynamic Memory Function Overriding Exception Handling
Allocation in C++
Introduction to
Handling class types, derive
Oops concepts and concept Polymorphism
types, catching all
of identification of object
Classification into static exceptions.
Introduction to object and and dynamic Allocation
Restricting exceptions,
classes rethrowing exceptions
Function overloading
Different access specifiers Template function C++ Template Classes
Data encapsulation /
Differentiating member
abstraction function & generic function
Scope and lifetime of
this pointer
Object
Constructors and
Destructors
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 68

C Programming Deep Dive | UEMBBC-3109

Course Objective
C Programming Deep Dive course aims to progress individuals and give them a fuller appreciation of the more advanced aspects of the
language. Due to the requirements for programming real-time embedded systems, this course goes beyond just addressing the language
issues and explores compile, link and run-time issues

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for participants who want to improve
their grounding and understanding of the C programming
To become comfortable with the
language
advanced aspects of the C
programming language
Prerequisites
To gain an in-depth knowledge on Understanding of fundamental programming concepts
what is happening at compile, link
and runtime on a target processor
To introduce good quality and style
Teaching Methodology
for real-time embedded This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and
programming can be delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours

Course Outline

Advanced Structures and Program Debugging


Unions
Strings and Character Command Line Arguments
Manipulation & Environment Symbols

Structured Programming Advanced Programming


Consideration
Compiler Directives & the
Function Pointers
C Preprocessor

Pointers & Dynamic Writing SaferC


Memory Allocation
Embedded - Workshop | Boot-Camps 69

Introduction to Core Java Programming | UEMBBC-3111

Course Objective
This course is an introduction to software engineering, using the Java™ programming language. Students will learn the fundamentals of
Java. The focus is on developing high quality, working software that solves real problems.

Course Outcomes Target Audience


On completion of this course the participants will be able to: This course is designed for individuals and anyone needing a
foundation for understanding the secrets of Java
Understand Objects and Classes
Programming
Understand Class Scope
Understand Java API Prerequisites
A good Knowledge in C and Object Oriented Programming is
Explain the functionality of
Inheritance Concept. desirable.

Usage garbage Collector Teaching Methodology


This course is based on theoretical & practical lessons and can be
delivered in online class room atmosphere.

Duration : 5 Days | 40 hours

Course Outline

Introduction Language Fundamentals OOPs Concepts Introduction


Flavors of Java Java Environment Introduction to Oops Concepts
Java Designing Goal Java Fundamentals Class Fundamentals

Array and String Oops in java Packages and Wrapper Classes


Defining of an Array Inheritance Organizing Classes and interfaces
Mutable and immutable String in Packages
Interfaces and Abstract Classes
Import and Static Import

Exception Handling
Types of Exception
Exception Hierarchy
Embedded - Seminar | Tech Talk 70

Faculty Development Programs


UTL also conducts Faculty Development Programs to empower the teaching staff of our partner Universities / Colleges.

UTL Technologies actively supports a program of faculty exchanges between domestic and foreign universities. The benefits to the
University from this program are manifold and include
(1) wider experience for our faculty members teaching in new and different environments
(2) broader exposure for our students from visiting faculty members
(3) expanding reputation of the University / Institution in the quality of its students and faculty

Seminar | Tech Talk


Seminars / Tech Talks will provide the students with much needed information on the current technology trends. These are delivered by
our Subject Matter Experts / Industry Experts on wide range topics

ARM Architecture vs. others | UEMBTT-101

Internet of Things (IoT) | UEMBTT-102


Embedded Wireless Protocols (Bluetooth, Zigbee) | UEMBTT-103

Multi-Core Computing | UEMBTT-104


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