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Implementing VDSL2 on Hybrid Optical & Copper Networks

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Implementing VDSL2 on Hybrid Optical & Copper Networks
3 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Fixed Access (Insoft Specials)

Course Details

The Implementing VDSL2 on Hybrid Optical & Copper Networks course provides an understanding of how to work with the latest technologies for data transmission over the copper link in the new Fiber-Copper hybrid access networks. This course also describes in detail the VDSL2 technology, the standard recommendations, the implementation strategies, laws, and regulations in force.

 

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Outline

  • Copper Access Network and xDSL technologies
  • From VDSL to VDSL2 technology
  • Comparison between xDSL performances
  • Network architectures
  • VDSL2 bonding
  • VDSL2 Vectoring
  • The G.Fast technology
  • Unbundling evolution
  • Wholesale techniques for VDSL2
  • Installation
  • IP over VDSL2

Target Audience

  • Technical personnel involved in the development and management of next-generation access networks.

Prerequisites

  • Before attending the Implementing VDSL2 on Hybrid Optical & Copper Networks course, you would need to have a knowledge about copper access architecture and xDSL legacy technologies basic understanding.