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PDH and SDH Transmission Training in Telecom

Equivalent and inter-operable with Fiber Optics, these 2 together form the peak of transmission in Core and Distribution Layers of Telecom

GSM as a technology is expanding very fast, particularly in Nigeria. Now, 2.5G, 3G and 4G technologies are building on the original 2G GSM networks to provide higher quality voice, data and video streaming. Therefore, to remain relevant in this industry as Engineer or Contractor, it is important to understand the fundamentals of these technologies, from the practical perspective. This one month training will take you through the processes that take place on the operator’s network, from the minute a phone is switched on by the caller, to the time the called answers a call, with particular attention to how equipments are installed or configured to achieve desired objectives. This course does not stop at looking into equipment in details; it also considers important issues such as GSM frequencies, transmission power, LOS, capacity, coverage, etc.

Transmission, in the form of Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH) and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) are also dealt with in details. The Antenna types, and coverage areas for each of them is fully discussed. This course is a must for fresh graduates seeking employment as BTS Engineers, Field Support Engineers, RF Engineers, etc. However, in order to maximize the benefits of this training, it is highly recommended that participants in this training first go through our LAN & CCNA training. Hundreds of young people are now employed not just in the telecom and IT industries, but also in the banking, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing sectors, courtesy of their understanding of this course, which of course was build on a very good understanding of the pre-requisite courses.

  • BTS: Software Commissioning & Operation
  • PDH: Installation Commissioning & Operation
  • SDH: Installation Commissioning & Operation
  • BTS/PDH/SDH Network Integration
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