Next Generation Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (NGSDH)

Next Generation Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (NGSDH)

The aim is to provide candidates with the underlying principles of Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) within international telecommunications and increasingly within the broadcast industries.

5 Days

POA

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Unit 3-4, Sheffield Business Park
Churchill Way, Chapeltown
Sheffield, S35 2PY

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Sometimes the smallest steps in the right direction...ends up being the biggest leap of your life!

Technicians and Engineers looking to gain a base level of knowledge of telecoms network functionality, hardware, deployment and operation.

Delegates must understand basic principles of communication systems. Basic appreciation of electronics principals and mathematics. Technicians and Engineers looking to gain a base level of knowledge of telecoms network functionality, hardware, deployment and operation.

Practical and theory work plus both theoretical and practical assessment

The delegate(s) will be able to perform the following on successful completion of the course:

  • Apply safe working practices with SDH systems and equipment by adhering to the appropriate Health & Safety Regulations.
  • Describe and examine the SDH Transport Network System.
  • Explain SDH Technology Principles and Multiplexing Structures.
  • Identify and describe the Hardware and Software associated with Data Protection and Network Management.
  • Design and Plan the installation of SDH equipment.
  • Prepare, Install and Test Fibre Optic and Copper Cables.
  • Design and Plan the installation of SDH equipment.
  • Commissioning and Fault finding SDH Equipment.
  • Understanding Health & safety in an industrial environment
  • Understanding the origins of synchronous Digital Hierarchy system and its advantageous over other exiting systems.
  • Introduction to SDH, how it works and what the network is used for.
  • SDH Equipment, how we can configure them and the way we can utilize different network topologies.
  • Discover the SDH multiplexing principles and techniques used to maintain and monitor.
  • Methods of synchronization within the SDH network.
  • Protection schemes employed within the SDH network
  • Network management, why we need a management system and how we achieve communications and control.
  • An introduction into the different types of network elements used to populate an SDH network.
  • An introduction to Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM).
  • Next generation SDH

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Neil Silcox
I really enjoyed the course and the instructors were excellent in the way they put the course over. The facilities were excellent and the course was taught to a very high standard. - Neil Silcox

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