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Course Code: TY1202
This course is intended for experienced telecoms engineers that wish to understand the workings of the protocols that are commonly used within Next Generation Networks (NGNs). The course takes a detailed look at real time signalling and transport protocols; it also looks at the protocols used to support legacy devices in the access and core network signalling such as POTS, ISDN and SS7. The course also looks in detail at the protocols supporting the new gateway devices. The course is backed up by an extensive set of exercises and the use of Wireshark.
Those requiring a comprehensive understanding of the protocols used in an NGN for the support of voice services.
A good understanding of legacy telecommunications networks, plus an understanding of IP networks and signal flows used in support of voice-related services.
Telecoms convergence and NGNs
Telecoms (IP) scenarios
Real time protocols SIP, RTP and RTCP
H.323 call scenario
The 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsystem
The IMS registration process
The IMS call signalling
Softswitching architecture and protocols
SIGTRAN in the access in support of POTS and ISDN
SIGTRAN in the core in support of SS7
Includes practical signalling exercises.