Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

Course details

Integration of Telecommunication Networks and Services

QT6 Acad. year 2002/2003 Winter semester

Basic concepts and problems of equipment and service integration. Telecommunication networks classification, their types and properties. Digitization in transmission technology, modulation and quality in transmission technology. Plesiochronous and synchronous digital hierarchy. Digitization in switching technology. Digital switching field. Service systems and their parameters for the determination of service quality. External control of the network and signalling systems. Internal control of the network, synchronization and the telecommunication control network. Conversion from analog to digital networks. Terminal equipment, types and properties from the viewpoint of its possible integration.. Narrowband and broadband integrated services. ATM as one of the service integration tools. Intelligent networks.

Guarantor

Kapoun Vladimír, doc. Ing., CSc. (UTKO FEEC BUT)

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Examination (written+oral)

Time span

39 hrs lectures

Assessment points

Department

Lecturer

Kapoun Vladimír, doc. Ing., CSc. (UTKO FEEC BUT)

Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

Overall overview of the possibilities of solving the integration of telecommunication network technologies and services with an evaluation of the integration effects.

Learning objectives

Giving a complete overview of all transmission and switching parts of a telecommunication network that enable their integration on digital principles. Emphasizing the advantages of service integration using the qualitative and quantitative network parameters.

Syllabus of lectures

  • Basic concepts and problems of technology and service integration.
  • Networks – classification, types and properties.
  • Digitization in transmission technology. Modulation and quality in transmission technology.
  • Hierarchy of transmission technology. PDH, SDH.
  • Digitalization in switching technology. Types and functions of digital switches.
  • Quality in switching technology. Service systems and their parameters.
  • External network control. Signalling systems.
  • Internal network control, synchronization.
  • Internal network control. TMN.
  • Network integration. Conversion from analog to digital networks. Interfaces.
  • Terminal equipment, types and properties.
  • Narrowband and broadband integrated services.
  • Prospective switching and transmission. ATM. Intelligent networks.
Back to top