Synchronous Digital Hierarchy – SDH

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Synchronous Digital Hierarchy – SDH
  • 4 Days Course
    Carrier (Insoft Specials)

    Classroom + Online

    Course Details

    Overview

    This course provides trainees with the knowledge of SDH transport network technology. It describes STM-N line signals structure and functions and PDH, ATM, Ethernet and IP mapping techniques inside the Virtual Container for SDH transport network. Furthermore, Network devices and SNCP / MSP protection are described. There will be a particular focus on alarms careful analysis and proper interpretation, SDH Ring recovery procedures and transmission quality parameters.

    Outline

    • STM-M structure
    • VC client signals mapping
    • SDH network alarms
    • Troubleshooting
    • TM, ADM and DXC
    • Devices available on the market
    • Ring Architectures
    • MSP-Ring Protection
    • Path Protection (SNCP)
    • Clock types
    • Jitter and Wander
    • Synchronism degrade and measures
    •  Pointer Processing
    • Error measurement
    • G.826 Recommendation
    • Restrictions imposed by M.2001
    • NG-SDH networks intorduction
    • EoSDH and Pure Packet Networks
    • Multi function ADM

    Target Audience

    • This course is addressed to technicians working for TLC companies, who must operate with SDH devices and deal with management, support and provisioning issues.

    Prerequisites

    • Plesiochronous transmission network good skills.

    Exercises:

    During this training, there will be wide-ranging use of interactive graphics simulators (i.e. the Virtual Lab SDH Pointer Processing) to facilitate the understanding of synchronization issues.