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We offer Pure Practical’s in telecoms/ICT training with live Equipment that will help you in getting the necessary experience in getting any Telecoms/ICT jobs in Nigeria. Microwave radio installation, planning and commissioning with live microwave radios (TDM/IP Ethernet/Hybrid), Fiber-optics Implementation, planning and cable splicing with live fusion Splicers and optical devices. CCNA/CCNP with live routers, Switches, ASAs etc.LTE Planning and Optimization ,RBS installation, configuration and commissioning .DWDM/SDH with live Optical Multiplexers and DWDMs.We believe in 100% Practicals,we are not like other training outfit without the real equipment.Come and See for yourself before you even register. logon to www.neonetwirelessng.blogspot.com.ng for more info.

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  1. 1. CORPORATEPROFILE 
  2. 2. 2    About Us Neonetwireless Nig Ltd is an indigenous IT/Telecoms outfit that provides and delivers quality jobs/ projects on ICT/Telecoms related issues in the area of Fiber-Optics Planning/Design/Implementation, Microwave radio Transmission links(Installation & Commissioning),DWDM/OSN,FTTH,GPON/PON, Cisco Networking(Cisco IP Phones/Surveillance Cameras/Routers/Switches) and ICT/Telecoms training. Our years of Experience Span over 7yrs in providing ICT Solutions to Multi-Nationals, Financial Institutions, Mega Business outfits, Government entities, Schools of Higher learning, Sports complex Stadiums, Airports, Hospitality / Entertainment Centers, Shopping Malls, Organized Sports and leisure facilities, Mass Transport facilities like Train Stations, Hospital, Court Rooms, Server Rooms, Automated systems and Military bases. OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS  Mr Emmanuel N. Onuzurike- MD/CEO (HND,B.Eng., CCNA, CCNP in View, CFOT, CFOS/O/H/D/I) Mr. Emmanuel Ndubuisi Onuzurike is the Managing Director/CEO of Neonetwireless Nig Limited. Emmanuel is an Experienced Telecoms Engineer and Entrepreneur that has over 16 years of Field experience and top corporate management experience in the ICT/Telecoms sector of the economy. He has worked with so many Telecoms Firms as a Senior Network Engineer, Microwave radio Transmission Engineer (O/M, Implementation and Planning) DWDM/SDH Field Engineer, SDH Engineer 2nd line Support, Fiber Optics Implementation/planning Specialist, FTTH planning/implementation Specialist and as a Cisco networker from where he moved to establish Neonetwireless Nig Limited in 2012, to focus mainly on Telecoms/ICT Maintenance/Implementation/Planning Services and Training. He has worked with Telecoms
  3. 3. 3    Firms like NITEL, Huawei Technologies, Concept Point, VDT Communications, Astera Nig Ltd, NSN projects, Egypro Nig Ltd and was Involved In so many MTN,Glo,Etisalat,Excelsimo Networks,Intercontinental Bank, First Bank Projects etc He possesses a B.Eng Degree, HND and OND in Electronics/Telecommunication Engineering and has also attended many trainings from CFOT,CFOS,Huawei DWDM/SDH Training etc. He is married with children. Mr Eniola Akinbola-DIRECTOR (CFOT, CFOS/O) Mr Eniola Akinbola is one of the directors of Neonetwireless; he started his career as An SBC Logistics co-coordinator with MTN Nigeria. He has Over 7 years Experience working with Information and Technology/Telecommunication Industries in Nigeria commercials. He has vast experience in supply, purchasing and supervising Manager with a South African Telecoms company ROFEM STEVENS-KING (CFOT, CFOS/O) Rofem Stevens-King has an excellent reputation for innovation and posses’ wide experience and expertise in diverse segments of business management gained from intensive professional development, encompassing information technology, capital management, strategic sales management, business process improvement, operation and supply chain - management as well as extensive industry exposure. Mr Stevens-King has worked with the best team in providing clients with the best IT/Telecom engineering services available in the market.
  4. 4. 4    Operational Maintenance Managed Services Outsourcing We design and provide overall telecom network maintenance outsourcing services (MS) for our client using the latest technology and adopting the best industry methodologies frameworks and best practices and also skilled resources to ensure that the network achieved excellence Performance SLA.  We have dynamic team that consist of highly qualified and experienced professional including senior management team, consulting engineer, project managers, Operational Service manager, Service supervisor, technical specialist (BSS/OSS) engineer, field engineers (Base Station, Transmission, Optical Trunk/link System, In Building System, Power system and etc), operational service administrator, logistic and facilities officer.  Network Deployment Roll-out services We are familiar with all current and upcoming telecommunication technologies and networks including fixed line networks, cellular telecommunications, LTE, DWDMs, wired and wireless broadband modes and optical technologies. In line with the current market demand, we are currently focused on network implementation, integration commissioning services for cellular telecommunications networks. We a have dynamic team that consist of highly qualified and experienced professional including project manager and supervisor, technical specialist, fiber optics/Microwave radio installation team, acceptance test engineers, logistic and facilities officer.  FTTX/FTTH Solution and Services We provide solution and services of FTTX/FTTH Project roll-out and home connection. (FTTX) Fiber to the x is a collective term for various optical fiber delivery topologies that categorized according to where the fiber terminates. (FTTH) fiber to the home deployment, optical cabling terminates at the individual home or business.  LTE Radio Network Optimization We design and provide overall telecom radio network optimization services
  5. 5. 5    (RNO) for our client using the latest technology and adopting the best industry methodology frameworks and best practices and also skilled resources to ensure that the network achieved best performance out of existing resources available in the network and KPIs We have dynamic team that consist of highly qualified and experienced professional including project manager and supervisor, RF Consultant, RF planning engineer, optimization engineer, DT analyzis, DT Technical team. Optimization data service administrator, logistic and facilities officer. Training: We are Experts in Practical Telecoms/Info-Tech Training. All our trainers are certified. below are the courses we offer: 1.Microwave radio Transmission Engineering Technology (Commissioning,Implementation,O&M and Planning) 2.Fiber-Optics Transmission Engineering(Implementation Only) 3.Base Transceiver Station/RF Engineering(2G/3G Implementation/Commissioning Only) 4.DWDM(Planning Only) 5.OSN(Planning,Commissioning and Implementation) 6.CCNA R/S( 200 120) new 7.CCNA Security(640 554) 8.CCNA Voice(640 461) 9.CCNA Data center(640 911) 10.CCNA Service Provider(640 875) 11.CCNA Wireless(640 722) 11.CCNP R/S with Tshoot(640 902,832,813) 12.CCNP SIMOS(300-209) new 13.CCNP SISAS (300-208) new 14.CCNP SENSS (300-206) new 15.CCNP SITCS (300-207) new 16.CCIE R/S version 5.0 new 17.CEHvs9 18.LAN Cabling/Wireless Devices 19.IP Camera/CCTV installation and Commissioning 20.REDHAT/LINUX
  6. 6. 6    21.VOIP Engineering. 22.MPLS Traffic Engineering 23. CFOT 24.CFOS/O 25. CFOS/H 26. CFOS/D 27. Cyberoam Security 28. Microsoft Server 2013 29.Microwave Radio Transmission Planning using PL4. Our Services Includes but not Limited to: 1. Digital Microwave Radio Transmission links Installation, Planning, Commissioning and Integration. 2. Fiber-Optics Transmission Links Planning and Implementation/commissioning. 3. DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexers) OSN (Optical Switch Nodes) Planning, Installations and Commissioning 4. Fiber to the Home/GPON and PON Training of IT Staffs and Personnel that want to elevate their Skills in the World of ICT and Telecoms.
  7. 7. 7    Digital Microwave Radio Transmission links Installation, Planning, Commissioning and Integration: We are Specialist in the Installation/Integration/Commissioning/Planning of Digital Microwave radio Transmission Links. Whether it is a TDM or IP/Ethernet MW Device, we can do it. We optimized existing MW links by increasing the transmission Capacity (Up to 1Gbps) and Improve the Fade margin/ RSL in order to Eliminate Excessive BER which can cause poor Performance and Drop Calls. A. Ericsson Mini-Link E/TN/HC
  8. 8. 8    B. Huawei RTN 600 and 900 Series C. Harris Stratex Ecplise 5.0 D. Ceragon FibeAir IP-10C E.Nokia Siemens FlexiPacket,FlexiHopper,MetroHopper,SRA4,SRT1F etc MW Projects Executed So Far: 1. Airtel Project: Sublet (From Unitelos ): 13km link (OG128-OG129) using Ericsson Mini-link TN (17E1) 2. Glo Project: Sublet (From FlexyTech): 2.7km link Using Ceragon FibeAir-10C…0.6m dish 3. Glo Project: Sublet (From FlexyTech): 7km link Using Ceragon FibeAir-10C……0.6m dish 4. Airtel Project Sublet (From Peaknet): (CRO386-CROO54) using RTN 900 15 GHz Radio 1+0 5. Airtel Project: Sublet (From Peaknet): (DLO307-DLO145) using RTN 900 15 GHz Radio 1+0 6. Airtel Project: Sublet (From Peaknet): (IMO328-IMO329) using RTN 900 15 GHz Radio 1+0 Installing Sectorial Antenna 
  9. 9. 9    7. Airtel Project: Sublet (From Peaknet): (IMO329-IMO043) using RTN 900 23 GHz Radio 1+0 8. MTN Project: Sublet (From Telinno consult):(T0134-RV0371) Using Ericsson Minilink Tn Radio 1+1 9. MTN Project: Sublet(From Telinno consult):(T0249-RV0372) Using Ericsson Minilink Tn Radio 1+1 Installation of 1.2m Microwave antenna
  10. 10. 10    Fiber-Optics Transmission Links Planning and Implementation/commissioning: We are Experts in Fiber-optic Cable Management, optimization, Site Surveys, Trenching/Thrust boring and Complete Turnkey Projects. We are also into Preventive and Corrective Maintenance of a Short, Medium and Long haul fiber Optics links. We help you plan your optical network with quality and performance to meet your long-term business goals. Our extensive experience in optical network planning gained in the implementation of networks, coupled with advance planning tools, will assure you that your optical network has the necessary Coverage, capacity, hierarchy and topology characteristics to suit your development plans. We can also help plan end-user services and the systems to support them i.e. providing you with differentiation in the market place. The Optical Implementation service includes the supply of a corresponding level of project management necessary to ensure service quality and delivery commitment. Project management under this scenario is limited to scheduling and managing the day-to-day activities of the implementation teams, ensuring the delivery of services is defect free and in accordance with customer specification, the creation and submission of relevant site documents, and the timely submission of change orders and customer invoices.  Neonetwireless is a fast growing telecommunication company, actively involved in different telecommunication and infrastructure projects. We provide turnkey solutions in all activities of Outside Plant Works. Our services start right from design through construction and commissioning of optical networks. Scope of Optical Fiber Cable Works includes the following:- Route Survey, Total Design, Row permissions, Trenching and associated Civil works, Horizontal Directional Drilling & Boring works, Supply, Installation & Commissioning of i) HDPE, GI, RCC, DWC & PVC Pipes ii) Cables (OF & Cu),Splice Closures, FMS, Optical network equipment, Electronic route markers iii) RCC markers, Chambers, Manholes, Handholes, Splicing of Cables, Earthing and Link Testing, As-builts and Operation & Maintenance of OFC Equipments & Cables. Backbone Network These are basically Optical Fiber Cable Networks. Neonetwireless has wide experience in implementing major OFC projects in record time. Neonetwireless has undertaken OFC
  11. 11. 11    projects for various network operators in Nigeria. Neonetwireless offers the following services: Route Survey and design Preparation of BOQ RoW Permissions Trenching, ducting and backfilling Aerial Cabling Supply of Materials Horizontal Directional Drilling Cable blowing / pulling Duct integrity test Optical Fiber Cable blowing Fusion Splicing Fiber Termination End to End Link Testing Cable Preparation
  12. 12. 12    Trenching, ducting and backfilling Excavation of Trenches Standard depth of trench will be as per specifications Outside the city limits trench will normally follow boundary of roadside land. However, where road side land is full of borrow pits or forestation, or when cable is to be laid along Culverts/bridges or cross- streams, trench may be made closer to road edge or in some cases, over embankment or shoulder of the road. Line up of trench would be such that HDPE duct(s) will be laid in straight line,both laterally as well as vertically except at locations where it has to necessarily take a bend because of change in alignment or gradient of trench. Minimum radius of two meters will be maintained, where bends are necessitated. Duct Laying Ducts will be laid in a flat bottom trench, free from stones, and sharp edged debris. The duct would be placed in trench as straight as possible, however at bends horizontal and vertical minimum bending radius for duct would be maintained as per advised specifications. Ducts will be laid preferably using dispenser designed for it. Our supervisor will ensure that Duct laid is free from twist and collapsed portion of Ducts. Any such portion will be rectified before backfilling by using couplers. Ends of ducts will always be closed with END PLUGS to avoid ingress of mud, water or dust. We ensure HDPE ducts are clear of sand, dust or any other particles, which would cause obstruction in lying of cable. Prior to aligning the ducts for jointing, each length of the HDPE ducts will be thoroughly cleaned to remove all sand, dust or any other debris that may clog, disturb or damage the optical Trenching, Ducting and Backfilling
  13. 13. 13    fiber cable when it is pulled or blown at a later stage. The ducts will be joined with couplers using duct cutter & other tools and will be tightened and secured properly. The duct joint will be practically airtight to ensure smooth cable blowing using cable blowing machines. Laying of Gl and / or RCC pipes as additional protection for the HDPE ducts at rail / road crossings, built-up area/city limits, on culverts and bridges will be done as required. Chambering or concreting around RCC/ Gl pipes as additional protection on bridges, culverts and also on stretches wherever depth of excavation is less than specified will be done. Reinstatement of excavated trench will be done with proper compaction. Crowning When backfilling has been done up to ground level a hump of soil is made to cater for soil settlement. Entire excavated soil will be used for back filling. Crowning will be confined over width of trench only. Duct Integrity Test After backfilling ducts shall be tested for integrity (air tightness and kink-free shape). Air tightness test is done by pressurizing 2 km duct stretches at a time. One end of duct will be closed and compressed air at 5-6kg/cm2 is sent from the other end. At about 5kg/cm2 pressure the inlet of compressed air will be closed. Fall in pressure should not be more than 50% in 1(one) hour. Projects handled: 1. 2.5km Etisalat metro external line plant project in portharcourt 2014. 2. 6km MTN external line plant project , Nwangele L.G.A in Imo State, 2013. 3. 5Km MTN external line plant project, Igboukwu,Aguata LGA ,Anambra state, 2013 4. 1.5Km MTN external line plant project ,Onitsha, Anambra state, 2013. 5. 42 Km Glo External Line Plant (ELP ) project (Yadi – Rijan-dadi, Niger state ) , 2012. 6. 21 Km Glo External Line Plant (ELP ) project (Rijan-dadi – kontagora, Niger state ) , 2012.
  14. 14. 14    7. 38 Km Glo External Line Plant (ELP ) project (Kontagora – Ibeto, Niger state ) , 2012. 8. 100 km Glo External Line Plant (ELP ) project (Ore – Akure, ondo state ), 2011. 9. 6 Km Multilinks External Line Plant project (ondo town, ondo state ), 2011. 10. Zain Optical fibre intershelter installations, Lagos , 2010. 11. Zain Optical fibre intershelter installations,Kano , 2010. 12. MTN Optical fibre route survey, Enugu . 13. Optical fibre installation as backbone for local area networking ( LAN ) at BAGCO, Lagos 14. Optical fibre installation as backbone for local area networking (LAN) at BAGCO , kano 15. Installation of the local area network of Nigerian bags manufacturing company ( BAGCO ) Kano, 2008. 16. MTN and Zain intershelter installations in owerri, Imo State, Orlu, Imo State and Jos, Plateau State, 2009. 17. MTN optical fibre installations in Owerri, Imo state involving splicing and testing using fusion splicer, visual fault locator and light source and power metre ,OTDR, 2009. 18. Zain intershelter installations in Minna,Niger, 2009. DWDM/OSN: We are Experts in the Installation, Planning, Commissioning and O&M of Dense wavelength Division Multiplexers and Optical Switch Nodes like Ericsson Tellabs 6370, 6350, 6345, Huawei BWS 1600G, Optix OSN 9500,7500,3500,2500,1500 and Metro 1000.We also Create/Map Service(VC12,VC4 levels and Ethernet Trunks) with
  15. 15. 15    our SNMP T2000,U2000 and NM2100.We also clear fault Alarms on DWDMs and OSNs. DWDM Installations and Creating of V12, VC4 and Ethernet Trunks services done so far:  Zain Project: Installation of Ericsson Tellabs 6370 DWDM (Enugu MSC facing UYO MSC). Zain Project: Installation of MA-OFA cards on Ericsson Tellabs 6370 DWDM (Enugu MSC facing Asaba MSC). Zain Project: Installation of M6-1 cards on Ericsson Tellabs 6350 OSN (Benin MSC) Zain Project: Installation of CCMC cards on Ericsson Tellabs 6370 DWDM (Benin MSC) Multilink’s Project: Creating of VC4 Trunks Link from V.I - Gbagada- Abuja OSN Optix 3500 Multilink’s Project: Creating of VC4 Trunks links from V.I - Gbagada- Ahoada OSN Optix 3500 Multilink’s Project: Creating of VC12&VC4 Ethernet Trunks link from Birnin-Kudu-Jos- Abuja OSN Optix 3500 Multilink’s Project: Creating of VC4 server trails from Asaba-PH OSN Optix 3500. Multilink’s Project: Installation of PQ/Xconnect/SLO4 cards (Gbagada OSN 3500) LAN/WAN Using Cisco Routers and Switches: We are into Installation and commissioning of a Point to Multipoint DSL links to Customers Using Cisco 2800 series routers (Manny Bank Onitsha, Anambra State, Gateway Bank Onitsha, FSB Onitsha, FBN Onitsha etc. Implementation of Routing Protocols like RIP, Static, EIGRP, OSPF,BGP, MPLS and IS-IS. We help our Clients in Managing/Maintaining of their Existing LAN and WAN infrastructure.  
  16. 16. 16    MICROWAVE RADIO TRANSMISSION ENGINEERING   (IMPLEMENTATION AND O&M)     DAY 1 Microwave Communication Overview 1.1 Basic Concepts of Digital Microwave 1.2 Microwave Development Course 1.2.1 Microwave Evolution in the World 1.2.2 Microwave Evolution in China 1.3 Characteristics of Digital Radio Communication System 1.4 Challenges and Opportunities for Digital Microwave Communication 1.4.1 Optical Fiber Communication—Biggest Challenge for Digital Microwave Communication 1.4.2 Opportunities for Digital Microwave Communication 1.5 Microwave Frequency Band Choice and RF Channel Arrangements 1.6 Digital Microwave Communication System Model 1.6.1 Modulation Method of Digital Microwave 1.6.2 Channel Utilization of Each Modulation 1.7 Digital Microwave Frame Structure 1.8 Conclusion DAY 2 Introduction to Digital Microwave Equipment 2.1 Digital Microwave Equipment Classification 2.2 Microwave antenna and feeder 2.2.1 Microwave antenna 2.2.2 Classification of Microwave Antennas 2.2.3 Feeder System 2.2.4 Branching System 2.3 Outdoor unit (ODU) 2.3.1 Constituents of Digital Microwave Transmitter and Major Performance Indexes 2.3.2 Constituents and Major Indexes of Receiver
  17. 17. 17    2.4 Indoor Unit 2.5 Installation and Adjustment of Split Microwave System 2.6 Conclusion DAY 3 Microwave System Networking and Application 3.1 Microwave System Typical Networking Modes and Station Types 3.1.1 Typical Networking Modes 3.1.2 Microwave Station Types 3.2 Relay Station 3.2.1 Passive Repeater Station 3.2.2 Active Repeater Station 3.3 Digital Microwave Application 3.4 Conclusion DAY 4 Microwave Propagation Theory 4.1 Electric Wave Propagation in Free Space 4.1.1 Free Space 4.1.2 Propagation Loss of Electric Waves in Free Space 4.2 Influence of Ground Reflection on the Electric Wave Propagation 4.2.1 Concept of Fresnel Zone 4.2.2 Influence of Ground Reflection on Receiving Level 4.3 Influence of Troposphere on Electric Wave 4.3.1 Ray Bend in Atmosphere 4.3.2 Concept of Equivalent Earth Radius 4.3.3 Refraction 4.3.4 The Meaning of K Value in Engineering Design 4.4 Fading caused by Several Atmospheric and Earth Effects 4.4.1 Fading Types 4.4.2 Influence of Troposphere on Electric Wave Propagation 4.4.3 Fading Rules (microwave frequency bands lower than 10 GHz 4.5 Frequency Selective Fading 4.5.1 Multi-path Propagation of Electric Waves
  18. 18. 18    4.5.2 Influence of Frequency Selective Fading on Transmission Quality of Microwave Communication Systems 4.6 Statistic Feature of Fading 4.6.1 Microwave Fading Model 4.6.2 Engineering Calculation of Fading 4.7 Conclusion DAY 5 Anti-Fading Technology in Digital Microwave Equipment 5.1 Overview 5.1.1 Purposes of Taking Anti-Fading Measures 5.1.2 Classification of Anti-Fading Measures 5.1.3 Evaluation on Anti-Fading Measures 5.2 Adaptive Equalization 5.2.1 AFE 5.2.2 ATE 5.3 Cross-Polarization Interference Counteracter (XPIC) 5.4 Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC 5.5 Diversity Reception 5.5.1 Classification of Diversity Reception 5.5.2 Description of Space Diversity 5.5.3 Compound Mode of Diversity Signals 5.6 Microwave Equipment Protection Mode 5.6.1 HSM 5.6.2 HSB 5.6.3 Classification of Digital Microwave Equipment Protection Modes 5.7 Interference and Main Methods against Interference 5.7.1 Interference Source 5.7.2 Basic Methods of Communication System against Interference 5.8 Conclusion
  19. 19. 19    DAY 6 Digital Microwave Engineering Calculation 6.1 Overview 6.2 Microwave Path Parameter Calculation 6.2.1 Microwave Station Antenna Communication Azimuth Calculation 6.2.2 Calculation of Path Distance 6.2.3 Calculation of Elevation and Minus Angles 6.2.4 Calculation of Clearance 6.2.5 Calculation of Reflection Point 6.2.6 Determining Antenna Gain 6.3 Calculation of Microwave Circuit Index 6.3.1 Calculation of Receiving Level and Flat Fading Margin 6.3.2 Calculation of Interference Level 6.3.3 Calculation of Diversity Receiving Parameter 6.3.4 Calculation of Circuit Interruption Rate 6.3.5 Rain Fading 6.3.6 Gas Absorption 6.4 Conclusion DAY 7 Microwave Engineering Design Requirement 7.1 O7.2 Basic Requirement of Microwave Path and Cross-section Design 7.2.1 Cross Section and Station Distance 7.2.2 Clearance Standard 7.2.3 Antenna Height and Space Diversity Distance 7.3 Selecting Microwave Band and Configuring Polarization 7.3.1 Selecting Microwave Band 7.3.2 Arrangement of Microwave Frequency and Polarization 7.4 Technical Requirement of Digital Microwave Relay Communication Engineering Design 7.4.1 PDH Microwave Engineering Design Technical Requirement 7.4.2 SDH Microwave Engineering Design Technical Requirement 7.4.3 Access Network Technical Requirement—26 GHz Local Multiple-point Distribution System (LMDS
  20. 20. 20    7.4.4 Access Network Technical Requirement—3.5 GHz Fixed Radio Access 7.5 Conclusion DAY 8 Microwave Engineering Design 8.1 Design Method 8.1.1 Overview 8.1.2 Route, Site and Antenna Height 8.1.3 Frequency Selection and Polarization Arrangement 8.1.4 Circuit Performance Estimate 8.2 Design Example 8.2.1 SDH Microwave Circuit 8.2.2 SDH Microwave Site Type and Polarization Configuration 8.2.3 Calculation of PDH Microwave Circuit Indexes 8.3 Conclusion DAY 9 Precautions in Engineering Design 9.1 Equipment Layout 9.2 Installation of Microwave Antenna 9.3 Process Requirement for the Tower 9.3.1 Process Requirement of New Established Tower 9.3.2 Orientation Requirement of Newly Established Tower 9.3.3 Requirement for Old Tower to be used 9.4 Conclusion DAY 10 all you have to know about Huawei RTN 910/950 Digital Microwave radio DAY 11 all you have to know about Harris Stratex Eclipse 5.0 Digital Microwave Radio DAY 12 all you have to know about Ericsson Mini-link Traffic Node DAY 13 all you have to know about Power-Station5 2.4GHZ/5.8GHZ IP Ethernet Radios DAY 14 all you have to know about UBIQUITY 2.4GHZ/5.8GHZ IP Ethernet Radios    
  21. 21. 21    FIBER OPTICS  TRANSMISSION ENGINEERING (IMPLEMENTATION)  DAY 1 Regulations and Health & Safety DAY 2 Wavelength, dB & dBm, Loss & Refractive Index DAY 3 Emitters, Detectors & WDM DAY 4 Fiber Elements, Physics & Dispersion DAY 5 Installation, Preparation & Considerations DAY 6 Fibre Tooling and Preparation DAY 7 Fibre Types & Standards DAY 8 Fibre Cable Elements DAY 9 Enclosures, ODF’s & Patch Panels DAY 10 Splicing & Cleaving DAY 11 Connectors, Adapters & Polish DAY 12 Testers, Testing, Fault Finding & Commissioning   
  22. 22. 22    DWDM/OPTICAL  NETWORKING  DWDM training provides an overview of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) network planning, architecture, design, protocols, testing and implementation. Who Should Attend This course is designed to provide a general overview for strategic or technical managers, consultants, communications professionals, software engineers, system engineers, network professionals, marketing and sales professional, IT professionals, and others who plan on using, evaluating, designing or working with SONET/SDH, D/WDM and optical networks. Objectives After completing this course, students will be able to:  Understand the basics of optical communications  Understand the basics of DWDM  Explain basic DWDM Network Designs and Engineering  Identify various optical communication principles as well as communication methodologies in an optical fiber  Learn how to analyze optical links based on power budget  Classify and design DWDM networks based on size and performance  Understand and basic design nodal architectures for different classification of DWDM networks  Learn how to utilize different parameters in DWDM networks and optical systems Outline Introduction to Optical Networking  Fiber Optics  Fiber Losses  Dispersion in Fiber  Nonlinearities  Window of Operations  Fiber Types  Optical amplifiers
  23. 23. 23     Light sources and transmitters  Photodiodes and receivers  Optical communication systems  The Physics of Optical components  Light-Matter and Light-Matter-Light  Common Single Mode Fiber Types  Standard Single Mode Fiber  Dispersion Shifted Fiber (DSF)  Dispersion-compensating fiber (DCF)  Non-Zero Dispersion Shifted Fiber (NZ-DSF  Positive Dispersion SMF  Dispersion Compensation Unit (DCU)  Introduction to DWDM  Optical Networking and DWDM  Optical Network Breakthroughs  Special Fibers  S, C and L Bands  Optical Components  Optical Spectral Filters and Gratings  Optical Demultiplexers  The Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier (EDFA)  The Tunable Laser Diode Operating at 1550 nm  In-Fiber Bragg Grating  Light Sources  Optical Cross-Connects  Optical Add-Drop Multiplexers  DWDM and SONET DWDM Components and Architecture  DWDM Anatomy  DWDM Impairments  Multiwavelength Transmitters  Multichannel Receivers  DWDM Optical Amplifiers
  24. 24. 24     Wavelength Converters  Modal Effects  Scattering Effects  Miscellaneous Effects DWDM Impairments  Spectrum  Availability, Occupancy, Efficiency  Bandwidth & Distance Limitations  Noise, Dispersion, Non-linearities Wavelength Adaptation  Wavelength Adapter (or transponder)  Wavelength Converter  Precision Wavelength Transmitters (ITU wavelength) Basic DWDM Optical Components and Elements  Optical Filters  Optical Couplers  Optical Power Attenuators  Polarizer and Rotators  Optical Isolators and Circulators  Optical Multiplexers and Demultiplexers  Optical Cross Connects (OCXs)  Optical Add Drop Multiplexers  Optical Equalizers  Light Sources  Laser Beams  Modulators  Photodetectors and Receivers  Optical Amplifiers  Wavelength Convertors  Optical Phase-Locked Loops  Ring Resonators
  25. 25. 25     Optical Attenuators  Optical SNR DWDM Mux and Demux  Channel spacing of 100GHz and 50GHz  DWDM Demux  Mux / Demux Technology  Thin film filters  Fiber Bragg gratings  Diffraction gratings  Arrayed waveguide gratings  Fused biconic tapered devices  Inter-leaver devices Common Amplifier Types  A Typical Optical Amplifier  Doped Fiber Amplifiers  Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFA)  Raman Fiber Amplifiers  Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOA) Networking with DWDM  Optical Systems and Components Analysis  Optical Transmitters: Lasers  Modulation: Direct and External  Optical Receivers: Photodetecters  Couplers and Circulators  Cavities and Filter  Complex Components: Transponders  Optical Switches  Mechanical Switches  Acousto-Optical Switches  Micro-mechanical switches (MEMS)  Electro-Optical and Thermo-Optical Switches
  26. 26. 26     Bubble Technology  Liquid Crystal Switches  Hologram-based Switches  Factors That Affect System Design  Effect of Chromatic Dispersion DWDM Span Engineering  Engineering a DWDM link  Power Budget Design  What are the factors?  Digital Modulation Formats  Fiber Impairments  Loss  Dispersion  Nonlinear Effects (SPM, XPM, FWM, Raman)  Polarization Dependent Effects (PDL and PMD) DWDM Testing, Measurements and OAM&P  Component conformance tests  Parameter tests on optical fibers  System installation tests  System optimization tests  System acceptance tests    
  27. 27. 27    Contact Us:  Neonetwireless Nig ltd 39A, Ayilara Street, Itire, Lawanson, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria Phone: 08037676772, 08188267100 and 08156784809 Email Address: info.neonetwireless@gmail.com

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