The SDH training – Synchronous Digital Hierarchy course provides knowledge of the 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 the 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.
This four-day training describes telecommunication digital transmission techniques. An overview of the existing transmission hierarchies and their limitations is also provided, with an introduction to the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH).
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.
- STM-M structure
- VC client signals mapping
- SDH network alarms
- 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 introduction
- EoSDH and Pure Packet Networks
- Multi-function ADM
This course is addressed to technicians working for TLC companies, who must operate with SDH devices and deal with management, support, and provisioning issues.
Plesiochronous transmission network good skills.