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Analog and Digital Telephony Fundamentals

Analog and Digital Telephony Fundamentals

Price: $19.99

Many VoIP technical and sales professionals have a hard time to understand legacy telephony. Many times when developing a new project it is very important to understand the existing options to integrate them. Salespeople will also have a hard time to understand the telephony Jargon, FXO, FXS, E+M and so on.

This training is meant for telephony professionals who need a better understanding of legacy telephony. The course starts with analog lines, FXO, FXS and E+M. It covers analog and digital telephony from the theoretical perspective.

Section 1 – Introduction to the course

  • Introduction to the course and learning expectations

Section 2 – Analog Signaling

Analog signaling is relevant because most companies nowadays still use analog devices at least in some of its applications. FAX is still very usual in the United States.

  • Supervision Signaling

  • Addressing Signaling

  • Informational Signaling

  • FXS

  • FXO

  • E+M

Section 3 – Analog devices and technologies

Understand the main types of analog devices and technologies

  • Gateways

  • Phones

  • Analog Telephony Adapters

  • Corporate Applications

  • Residential Providers

Section 4 – Digital Signaling

Understand digital signaling and its nuances

  • Digital Channels

  • E1/T1 pinout

  • Synchronization

  • Digital Hierarchy

  • Customer Premises Equipment

Section 5 – Digital devices and technologies

Digital devices for US and Europe

  • Digital Parameters for E1, Physical, Datalink and Network

  • Digital Parameters for T1, Physical, Datalink and Network

  • Nyquist Theorem

  • Companding Type

  • Time Division Multiplexing

  • CAS and CCS

Section 6 – Integrated Services Digital Network

The inners of ISDN

  • ISDN Basic Rate Interfaces

  • ISDN Primary rate Interfaces

  • ISDN Naming Conventions

  • ISDN Call Establishment

  • Configuration Options

Section 7 – MFC/R2 – Multi Frequency Compelled R2

  • MFC/R2 call sequence


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