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the essential guide to telecoms training ... delivering knowledge, maximizing performance... N cou ew rse s! Hands-on IP Networking Gain practical skills on this great new five-day workshop. More on page 4 Telecoms – Today and Tomorrow All you wanted to know about the market, services, technologies, convergence, devices, organizations and much more. More on page 19 Free Technical Briefings Keep up to date with changes in technology. More on page 18 Public Courses in UK, Madrid and
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  www.sitegtelecom.comwww.wraycastle.com N e w  c o u r s e s !  the essential guide totelecoms training ...delivering knowledge,   maximizing performance... Hands-on IP Networking Gain practical skills on this greatnew five-day workshop. More on page 4 >> Telecoms –Today and Tomorrow  All you wanted to know about the market,services, technologies, convergence,devices, organizations and much more. More on page 19 >> Free Technical Briefings Keep up to date withchanges in technology. More on page 18 >> Public Courses in UK, Madrid andPrague Reserve your place at one of thesenew public course venues. More on page 20 >>  IP Networks and Protocols Hands-on IP Networking IP290035 days4IP Engineering OverviewIP230022 days4IP Backbone Traffic EngineeringIP230132 days4TCP/IP Protocol SuiteQS250132 days4Softswitching and VoIPIP200132 days5MPLS OverviewMB250131 day5SIGTRANQS260032 days5IMS and SIPMB230033 days5IPv6IP260123 hrs6IP QoSIP260223 hrs6IP SecurityIP260022 days6IPTV over Fixed and Mobile NetworksIP270022 days6 Service Enablers Mobile Web 2.0MB270511 day7Mobile Intelligent Networks (CAMEL)MB9032 days7 WiMAX WiMAX Engineering OverviewWR260022 days7Mobile WiMAX Air InterfaceWR280032 days7 UMTS essential UMTSES260024–6 hrs8UMTS System OverviewMB35022 days8UMTS Air InterfaceMB200233 days8UMTS Core NetworkMB200433 days8HSPA Principles and ApplicationRP250031 day9HSDPA Air InterfaceRP280031 day9HSUPA Air InterfaceRP280131 day9 LTE LTE Evolved UTRAN Engineering OverviewMB270021 day10Evolved Packet Core (EPC) Engineering OverviewMB280121 day10 GSM and GPRS essential GSMES260124–6 hrs11GSM System OverviewMB2022 days11GSM Architecture and ProtocolsMB260033 days11GSM Air InterfaceMB5033 days11GSM-R Engineering OverviewMB280322 days12Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE)MD220133 hrs12GPRS System OverviewMB220222 days12GPRS Air Interface MB280032 days12 Radio Principles and Planning Radio PrinciplesRP260124 days13Principles of Radio Site EngineeringRP210022 days13Digital Radio and Microwave Link PlanningRP260032 days13 Category/Course Course Technical Course PageCodeLevel Duration Number  the essential guide to telecoms training www.sitegtelecom.com 2 www.wraycastle.com Go public Wray Castle offers a programme of scheduled public courses in theCzech Republic, Spain and the UK.Book early and receive Early-Birddiscounts at all venues. For delivery dates visit us atwww.sitegtelecom.com >> A choice of deliveryoptions Onsite or online, large groups or one-to-one coaching – just some of our range of flexible delivery options. More on page 10 >> Customize your courses Create your own unique course tomeet your exact training needs withour in-house custom coursedevelopment service. More on page 15 >> Choose the right level Our courses are designedto match the technical and learningneeds of different audiences.Choose the level that’s right for you. More on page 3 >> N E W !  NEW !  Radio Principles and Planning (continued) Cell Planning for GSM NetworksRP260234 days132G/3G Indoor Coverage PlanningMB270232 days143G Indoor Coverage PlanningMB270131 day14Introduction to GSM OptimizationMB8033 days14Drive-Test Data Capture and AnalysisMB251933 days14Cell Planning for UMTS NetworksMB200532 days15Introduction to UMTS OptimizationRP240033 days15 TETRA TETRA System OverviewMB20022 days16TETRA Air InterfaceMB260132 days16 CDMA cdmaOne™ Radio AccessMB210232 days16CDMA2000™ Radio AccessMB210332 days16 Transport and Signalling Next Generation TransmissionTY270233 days17Broadband Access TechnologiesTY270121 day17SS7 EngineeringQS250033 days17 More Wray Castle Courses Introduction to TelecomsTY260023 days18Wireless LANs and Associated TechnologiesWR240022 days18Telecoms –Today and TomorrowWR290012 days19 Category/Course Course Technical Course PageCodeLevel Duration Number  Our courses are designed to match the specific requirements of different audience types and are written in away that best addresses students’ diverse learning styles. A clear description of the prerequisites required isgiven and each course is categorized to indicate the technical difficulty of the subject matter. Level 1 Courses specially developed and presented in a style easily understood by those without a technicalbackground. Key characteristics, uses, trends and issues relating to technical topics are examined in aconcise, interactive and well-explained way. These courses assume no prior knowledge of the subject matter. Level 2 Courses which contain technical material that is suitable for engineering staff. Some will find that thesecourses satisfy their complete requirements, while for others they will be an ideal introduction to specializedcontent. Also, these courses provide semi-technical staff with a deeper appreciation of technology issues.They assume no prior knowledge of the subject matter, although they do assume the ability to grasp technicalconcepts. Level 3 Courses developed for engineering staff requiring detailed knowledge of a specialist area of technology.These courses assume some underlying knowledge in broader, related topic areas on which the detailedcontent is built. They also assume general engineering skills and knowledge appropriate to the course topic.  © Wray Castle Limited Technical Levels www.sitegtelecom.com 3 the essential guide to telecoms training www.wraycastle.com Colour notes Free with every course – a searchablecopy of the course notes, in colour, ona handy CD. More on page 10 >> At your service Our comprehensive range of servicesis designed to assist you at everystage of your training plans. Visit us atwww.sitegtelecom.com >> Support all the way Once you’ve attended any of our courses you automatically becomeeligible for our free post-coursesupport – and direct access to aSITEG or Wray Castle expert. More on page 17 >> Need more details? Find out more about each of our course with a detailed coursedescription summarizing thetechnology, learning objectives,course content and much more. Visit us atwww.sitegtelecom.com >> NEW!  Technical Level: 2 2 days Who would benefit Those needing to understand how IP networks aredesigned and implemented. Prerequisites Some knowledge or experience of packet-switcheddata network operation and Internet technology isbeneficial. Topic areas include  Background to the Internet and ISPs  The IP, transport and application and data linklayers  The Domain Name System (DNS)   Access services  E-mail services and web hosting  Name servers  Network architectures  Routing overview  Design considerations for control, scale andstability  IP QoS technologies  Security engineering  IPv6 IP Engineering OverviewTechnical Level: 3 2 days Who would benefit Those needing to understand the principles of backbone traffic engineering for IP networks. Prerequisites Experience of IP engineering, and an understandingof packet-switched data networks, TCP/IP principlesand ATM are beneficial. Topic areas include  Traffic engineering overview  Traffic engineering techniques  Layer 3 traffic engineering  OSPF architecture and operation  BGP and BGP4 architecture and operation  Traffic engineering using OSPF and BGP4   ATM traffic engineering  IP-over-ATM traffic engineering  MPLS traffic engineering  Integrated MPLS-TE approach  The evolution of ATM to MPLS core networks  Generalized MPLS IP Backbone Traffic EngineeringTechnical Level: 3 2 days Who would benefit Those needing to understand the TCP/IP protocolsuite within data networks and the convergence of voice and data through TCP/IP. Prerequisites Some prior knowledge of packet-switched networkoperation and the Internet is beneficial, but theability to comprehend technical subjects and aninterest in Internet protocols is sufficient. Topic areas include  TCP/IP features  Ethernet and gigabit Ethernet   Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)  Internet Protocol (IP) and Transmission ControlProtocol (TCP)   Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)  Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP)  Internet Control Messaging Protocol (ICMP)  User Datagram Protocol (UDP)  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)  Domain Name System (DNS)  Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)  Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) TCP/IP Protocol SuiteTechnical Level: 3 5 days Who would benefit Engineers who require a thorough understanding of IP protocols and network architecture, together withhands-on experience of router configuration, testingand fault finding. Prerequisites  A good knowledge of TCP/IP is a minimumrequirement. This can be gained by attending WrayCastle’s TCP/IP Protocol Suite course (QS2501). Topic areas include  LAN technologies recap  Introduction to Cisco equipment and an overviewof Cisco IOS  Basic router administrative functions  Interface and configuration management  Configuring IP addresses to interfaces  Routing and routing protocols  IP access lists  NAT/PAT configuration  WANs – Frame Relay, PPP and ISDN  Layer 2 switching – VLANs and VLAN trunking  Overview of Cisco examination process 60% practical. Ideal prep for CCNA Hands-on IP Networking IP Networks and Protocols 4 www.sitegtelecom.comwww.wraycastle.com N E W !  Go public Wray Castle offers a programme of scheduled public courses in theCzech Republic, Spain and the UK.Book early and receive Early-Birddiscounts at all venues. For delivery dates visit us atwww.sitegtelecom.com >> A choice of deliveryoptions Onsite or online, large groups or one-to-one coaching – just some of our range of flexible delivery options. More on page 10 >> Customize your courses Create your own unique course tomeet your exact training needs withour in-house custom coursedevelopment service. More on page 15 >> Choose the right level Our courses are designedto match the technical and learningneeds of different audiences.Choose the level that’s right for you. More on page 3 >>
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