This course provides trainees with knowledge on the access network structure, unbundling issues and voice, video and data services available to end users through the use of xDSL technologies, with particular reference to ADSL. Furthermore, this training describes ATM and Ethernet access solutions to provide broadband services with ADSL and in its evolutions ADSL2 and ADSL2+.
- Copper access network structure
- Local Loop features
- Twisted pair testing
- Quality Parameters
- Interference Issues
- FTTx systems
- xDSL system project
- HDSL and SHDSL connections
- ADSL2 and ADSL2+ technologies
- Reference standards
- Interfaces and reference points
- User-Central Office connection
- ADSL home cabling
- QAM, DMT, CAP modulation
- Rate adaptation and FEC
- Echo cancellation
- Statistical multiplexing
- ATM Layer and AAL levels
This course is particularly recommended to personnel working in network operation, maintenance and planning departments of Service Providers or Network Providers offering digital broadband connectivity on the copper network.
Digital transmission and main modulation techniques basic skills.