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FE-1084

Introduction to testing optical transport networks and G.709

This course covers the basics of optical transport networks (OTNs) in relation to the ITU-T G.709 recommendation. The training session discusses both theoretical and practical aspects; namely, G.709 test applications using EXFO’s FTB/IQS-8115/8120/8130 SONET/SDH analyzers.

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All courses Introduction to testing optical transport networks and G.709
All courses Introduction to testing optical transport networks and G.709

Content

Part 1

Optical transport networks (OTNs) and the ITU-T G.709 recommendation

  • Demand for more bandwidth
  • DWDM technologies and their limitations
  • ITU-T G.709 recommendation
    • Definition
    • Rates and benefits
  • Transport networks
  • Layers and hierarchy
  • Forward error correction (FEC)
Part 2

G.709 testing applications using EXFO’s FTB/IQS-8115/8120/8130

  • Interface specification test
  • DUT response test
  • Mapping and demapping client signals
  • FEC behavior test
  • Stress test

Prerequisites

Methodology

The first part of this course consists of lectures using PowerPoint presentations and demonstrations, while the second part provides practical training hands-on testing exercises using EXFO’s FTB/IQS-8115/8120/8130 SONET/SDH analyzers.

Documentation

Attendees will receive a binder containing copies of presentations and other printed handouts, if applicable. When available, a CD containing the electronic version (PDF format) of the presentation, as well as related application notes, will also be provided.

Schedule

8:00 AM
to NOON

Day 1: Theory

OTN and the ITU-T G.709 recommendation

  • Demand for more bandwidth
  • DWDM technologies and their limitations
  • ITU-T G.709 recommendation
  • Definition
  • Rates and benefits

(with break at 10 a.m.)

NOON
to 1:15 PM

Lunch

1:15 PM
to 4:00 PM

Day 1: Theory (con’t)

OTN and the ITU-T G.709 recommendation

  • Transport networks
  • Layers and hierarchy
  • Forward error correction (FEC)

(with break at 2:45 p.m.)

8:00 PM
to NOON

Day 2: G.709 testing applications with FTB/IQS-8115/8120/8130

OTN and the ITU-T G.709 recommendation

  • Interface specification test
  • DUT response test
  • Mapping and demapping client signals
  • FEC behavior test
  • Stress test

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