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Fixed Access, Optical, Transport and Core Networks

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Understanding Ultra Broadband Networks

Code: KLA-FTTXA

Duration: 3 days

Level: Basic

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course aims to present the evolution of the Fixed Access Network for administrative staff, managers and and other job functions. The course shows the description of the main Fixed Access Network solutions for both consumer and business customers. We will delve into the main topics of Fixed Access Network, discussing FTTC, FTTH GPON solution for consumer and SME customers and the FTTH solution with dedicated fiber (P2P) for Corporate customers. Moreover, the course presents the FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) solution or mixed fiber-radio
solution. Finally, emphasis will be given to 5G technologies for FWA network.

FTTX Architectures

Code: KLA-FTTXA

Duration: 3 days

Level: Basic

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course explains the next-generation fixed access network needed for high demanding services requirements. It covers the evolution from copper, to mixed copper/fiber, to full fiber access. Different technologies are involved: xDSL, Ethernet and GPON, highlighting the differences between P2P and P2MP, advantages and disadvantages, passive optical network, most common deployment, type and characteristics of optical fiber. It also highlights the type of services used in every access scenario and the typical testing instruments used in maintenance and TS.

FWA and PMP Systems

Code: KLA-FWAPMP

Duration: 3 days

Level: Basic

Main Category

     CARRIER

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course, intended for wireless network designers, planners and network operation personnel, is providing knowledge on the Fixed Wireless Access, especially for 5G Internet broadband services and point-to-multipoint radio access architectures, with special attention to their impact on network design and traffic management. The technical evolution is analyzed in terms of new adopted modulation techniques to face the increasing in bandwidth needs and multi-service aggregation: fixed, mobile broadband, IoT Massive Narrowband and Low-Latency
Ultraband.

Implementing GPON, XPON and NGPON Technologies

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course explains the architecture of new P2MP GPON based access technologies, used in the passive FTTH, the most common deployment for next-generation services. It highlights the working mechanism of GPON, the protocol in charge of upstream and downstream transmission, GPON frames and priority of services assurance, discussing also the design of PON network, like typical optical power budget and splitting ratio according to the distance and the users’ number, covering the evolution of protocols, and the improvements provided by XGS-PON and the Next-Generation (NG-PON).

Code: KLA-IMPON

Duration: 2 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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Implementing Microwave Backhauling

Code: KLA-MWBKH

Duration: 3 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

Related Category

     NETWORKING

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This training explains the state of the art about the technology involved in microwaves devices for backbone. Introducing the leading device technology, covering the evolution from legacy TDM technology and new implementation based on packet transmission, covering typical physical layer working mechanism, modulation scheme and the throughput possible. Also focusing on new generation services based on L2 and L3 protocols, comparing microwaves devices to ethernet switches, types of service topologies to be deployed, and handling congestion and bottleneck using different priorities.

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Microwave Links Deployment and Testing

Code: KLA-MWLDT

Duration: 3 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

Related Category

     MOBILE

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is intended to provide the fundamentals of microwave links digital transmission, both circuit-switched and packet-switched, highlighting deployment solutions and measurement issues. Radio channel characteristics and different modulation techniques are discussed, highlighting their features. Moreover, special attention is paid to different client signals mapping modes. Finally, this training analyzes radio equipment features from the network operation and maintenance perspective.

Migration from SDH to OTN Networks

Code: KLA-SDHMIG

Duration: 2 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This specialized training program is designed to provide telecommunications professionals with the knowledge and skills required for the migration from Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) networks to Optical Transport Network (OTN) systems. As the industry shifts towards more efficient and higher capacity networks, understanding this transition is critical for network engineers, system administrators, and project managers. The course will cover the analysis of a real case scenario, in order to provide a typical step by step guideline which is very helpful for the whole migration process.

Testing and Troubleshooting Optical Fiber

Code: KLA-MISFO

Duration: 2 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This theoretical and practical course, intended for optical field maintenance technicians that need to learn how to maintain an optical infrastructure, aims to transfer knowledge on the fiber optics basic theory, the light propagation principles, its characteristics and measurement methods. Furthermore, this training run through practical sessions which are covering how to use the fusion splicer and the Mini OTDR for measurement, analysis and certification.

Understanding New Generation OTN-WDM Networks

Code: KLA-OTNWDM

Duration: 4 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     CARRIER

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course explains the next-generation optical transport networks which are providing high capacity for high demand scenario. It covers optical fibers types for long distance and their advantages / disadvantages, introducing WDM multiplexing, and the basic components to realize a complete OTN. Different nodes and topologies are discussed, in different terrestrial and submarine scenarios. OTN Framework is explained: OAM and typical Alarms. The evolution toward the new OTN container (OSU) and (T-SDN) will be introduced, along with their typical implementation in live scenario.

Frequency and Phase Synchronization in Packet Networks

Code: KLA-SYNPCK

Duration: 3 days

Level: Advanced

Main Category

     CARRIER

Related Categories

     NETWORKING

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course introduces frequency and phase synchronization requirements related to 3G/4G/5G services, using of SyncE and IEEE 1588V2 over a Packet Transport Network to satisfy the requirements. It describes synchronization aspects in transport and backhaul optical network to plan the most efficient synchronization strategy, involving the local GPS. Topics covered include planning and design, protocols working mechanisms, real implementation scenario and use cases, testing and measuring the quality of the synchronization, how 1588V2 works over OTN/WDM devices.

Understanding IMS Core Network

Code: KLA-IMSCN

Duration: 4 days

Level: Advanced

Main Category

     CARRIER

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     MOBILE

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is intended to provide a full description and analysis of the main IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) logical functions, from the SIP triplet P/I/S-CSCF, to the HSS database and all the support devices and Application Servers. Particular focus is dedicated to the analysis of registration and call establishment procedures in the IMS network, in both Full-IP and interworking with other technologies scenarios.

5G Technologies Overview

Code: KLA-5GTECOV

Duration: 1 day

Level: Non-Technical Skills

Main Category

     MOBILE

Related Categories

     CARRIER

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides a broad overview about 5G technologies and services. It explores the evolution of the 5G network elements toward Virtualized Software based platforms, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Internet of Things (IoT), Software Defined Radio and Cloud RAN solutions. It also examines how 5G network manages Cloud Oriented services and how it configures itself according with the User terminal capabilities.

Mobile Networks: 2G 3G 4G 5G

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Code: KLA-RTCEL

Duration: 4 days

Level: Basic

Main Category

     MOBILE

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     CARRIER

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides basic knowledge about radio access techniques and network architecture developed for cellular mobile communications through the different mobile generations. Frequencies allocation and propagation issues are discussed, as well as the mobile network solutions and GSM/GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, 4G LTE, 5G NR, VoLTE, VoNR features and services. This training provides the prerequisites for advanced mobile system classes.

5G Core and Network Slicing

Code: KLA-CNSLI

Duration: 3 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     MOBILE

Related Categories

     CLOUD

     CARRIER

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of 5G Core Network and Network Slicing. It explores the evolution of the new core network architecture, its implementation and deployment through the analysis of virtualization, containerization and cloudification concepts. The different VNFs composing the 5G Core are fully described and all interfaces protocols are discussed. Moreover, the concept of network slicing, its usage and management, MEC and the application of SDN to 5G network are analysed. As a value added, a Core Network simulator is used and some real 5G implementation use cases are shown.

5G Network Infrastructure

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of 5G mobile networks. It explore the evolution of the 5G network elements toward RAN Sharing, Virtualized Software based platforms, IP Routing, SDN and New Generation optical transport networks. It examines also how 5G network manages Cloud Oriented services and how it auto-configures itself according with the User terminal capabilities and network slicing policies. A brief introduction to design 5G radio network for home application scenarios will be provided as well.

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Code: KLA-5GNET

Duration: 3 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     MOBILE

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5G Transmission Network Evolution

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Code: KLA-5GTX

Duration: 2 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     MOBILE

Related Category

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This training focuses on acquiring the knowledge of 5G key points and required enablers in order to deploy, manage and develop the next generation transmission networks able to carry 5G services and applications. Starting from E-Band microwave, the new 5G-XHaul are analyzed, explaining the next-gen metro WDM for 5G with IP Phase Sync. Transport SDN and network transport automation are discussed, including the optimized routing for the CPRI bus transport between Active Antennas and vBBUs.

Voice Services on new Mobile Networks: VoLTE and VoNR

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Code: KLA-VOLTENR

Duration: 3 days

Level: Advanced

Main Category

     MOBILE

Related Category

     CLOUD

     CARRIER

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course aims to provide deepening on how to deploy, manage and develop 4G and 5G Voice Services. The course analyzes as a whole the Network Elements, the interfaces and the call procedures used in the LTE and 5G networks. The user provisioning, QoS configuration and VoLTE/VoNR call scenarios are discussed. End-to-end voice, videoconference and messages services Call Flow are discussed during the training presentation, considering also full procedures such as the Fallback one, Single Radio Voice Call Continuity and 4G VoLTE/5G VoNR Roaming environment.

Migrating to IPv6

Code: KLA-IPV6M

Duration: 2 days

Level: Intermediate

Main Category

     NETWORKING

Related Categories

     CARRIER

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is intended to provide the knowledge about the new IP Protocol implementation, describing the main differences compared to IPv4, the new features along with their typical use cases and the adaptation of the existing routing protocols to support the v6. Finally, the most important migration methods will be covered. Dual Stack, DS LITE, 6PE, NAT 46 and 64, MAP-T and MAP-E, highlighting the typical use cases as well as their advantages and disadvantages.

MPLS, Traffic Engineering and VPN

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is intended to provide a deep knowledge about all the protocols that allow a Best Effort IP network to become closer to an engineered Circuit Switched Network, introducing the MPLS Protocol along with its flavours. The difference between static and dynamic tunnels will be described, along with the major Label Distribution Protocols and Traffic Engineering parameters and features. A detailed explanation about VPN services, Layer 3 BGP VPN, Layer 2 VPWS, Layer 2 VPLS and EVPN will be provided.

Code: KLA-MPLSVPN

Duration: 4 days

Level: Advanced

Main Category

     NETWORKING

Related Categories

     CARRIER

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