The telecommunications network architecture course starts with the evolution of the traditional PSTN network. The course covers the network architecture of service providers’ fixed and wireless networks. The architecture is described using hierarchical structures such as core, aggregation, and access.
Networking is basically communication or an interconnection of computers and other devices including client computers, servers and, network devices, such as hubs, switches, routers, and firewall. Participants will also learn about network components, network topologies, transmission media and TCP/IP protocol suite.
The course covers Open Systems Interconnection or OSI model, which is a theoretical framework for understanding and explaining networking protocols. The purpose of the OSI model is to open communication between different systems without any changes to the logic of the underlying hardware and software. All OSI Layers are independent from each other, which makes introducing changes easier as no other layers are effected. The OSI model has been discussed giving good understanding of the different layers and their functionalities in detail.
- Architecture of wireless and wire-line networks
- Network components
- Network topologies
- OSI Model
- Basic concepts on frequency and spectrum
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