Communication Processes Control
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- Department of Telecommunications Engineering
Subject Telecommunication Processes Control presents review of solution principles for switching systems. It contains solutions for switching fields, control systems and review of signalisations for switching control (in central office as well in networks). Deals mainly with digital switching systems with circuit commutation as well as transport of IP packets. Also contains basic consideration about convergence of voice and data services and networks including functional principles of new generation networks with respect to philosophy and services of inteligence network.
1. 100% presence on the lab exercises (in a case of serious reasons of absence, substitute exercise in a form agreed with the lecturer).
2. Delivery of worked out solutions of individual laboratory exercises.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Telecommunication network. Switching system. Control system. Principle of switchiong system control.
2. Switching system control elements. Centralized, decentralized and distributed control systems.
3. Switchin networks, subscriber circuits, lines and trunks, tone generators, diagnostic circuits.
4. Numbering plans in telecommunication networks.
Numbering plan structure of the Czech national network. Number portability and other liberalized services.
5. Signalling systems in switching networks. CAS, CCS, mfcR2.
6. CCS signalling, Signalling systems of DSS1, Q-sig, DPNSS.
7. Signalling system No. 7 - MTP part L2, L3, SCCP, TCAP, ISUP and MAP protocols.
8. IP telephony. Quality of IP services, provisioning and assessing.
9. VoIP protocols overview. The SIP protocol, first part.
10. The SIP protocol, second part.
11. Intelligent Networks. Definition, implementation.
12.. New Generation Networks. IMS systems. Definition, features, principles, usage. Convergencz with current networks.
13. Postprocessing in telecom industry. Types of billing, methods of recording and data transfer from exchanges to the billing centres. CDRs and their further usage.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1.Introduction. Switching system terms revitalization.
2.Introduction theory for Labs
3.Introduction theory for Labs
4.Introduction theory for Labs
5.Lab #1: Analog subscriber signalling analysis
6.Lab #2: Supplementary services in ISDN
7.Lab #3: Ref. point S/T signalling analysis
8.Lab #4: Analog tie line signalling analysis
9.Lab #5: CAS signalling analysis
10.Lab #6: Digital tie line signalling analysis
11.Lab #7: Numbering plan implementation
- Study Objective:
Student is able to understand principles and solutions of switching systems and services used by.
- Study materials:
Fantauzzi, G.: Digital Switching Control Architektures. Boston, London: Artech House, 1993.
Bhatnagar, P.,K.: Engineering Networks for Synchronizatioan, CCS7, and ISDN, Standards, Protocols, Planning, and Testing. New York: IEEE Press, 1997.
Griffiths, J.,M.: ISDN Explained, Worldwide Network and Applications Technology. Chichester, New York, Brisbane, Toronto, Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, 1994.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
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