IPTV Testing – Kurser – Duration Two days

This course deals with the valid standards within the area of IPTV, intended for testing network installations, with regard to parameters like jitter, delay,
QOS etc.

CWDM and DWDM – Kurser – Duration 2 days

Are you running out of fiber, or bandwidth. Then using WDM technology, you can increase both. Its like takeing a two fiber installation and changing it to a 36 fiber installation, or even more.

During the two days, we first build a CWDM installation, with 40Km of fiber between the end stations. This is upgraded to a DWDM installation. And later the DWDM is put on the CWDM so all is running at the same time. We install an OADM Optical Add Drop Multiplexer in the middle so me can drop or and a single channel. We use an OTDR, WDM Power Meters, and broadband lightsource together with an OSA(Optical Spectrum Analyser)  The course is a combination of theory and labs, giving a good  understanding of wavelengths, signal widths and attenuation. During the two days you have to mount nearly 100 patch cords.

Lectures on Fiber – Kurser – Duration 4 to 6 hours

If you need to know something about:
Optical fiber technology
The difference between single mode and multi mode
The difference between IL and RL
How different types of connectors look like
How to build a local network
A backbone installation
How to implement FTTH

Then I can arrange lectures, suitable for your needs. The content may be more or less technical, showing different kinds of equipment, such as:
Plugs and sockets
Tubes and ducts
Fiber tools

CFOT – Kurser – Duration 5 days

A compleet fiber optic installation is built, as either a LAN or FTTH installation. Prepairing cables, and fiber. fusion and mechnical splicing, mounting connectors, and testing with OLTS and an OTDR. The installation is built wih singlemode fiber but the theory couvers both singlemode and multimode fiber
How fiber works,
fiber specifications (geometry,attenuation, bandwidth)
How fiber optic links work (transmitter,receiver,power budget)
Networks (telecom,data,CATV, etc.)
FO components:
Fibers,Cables,Connection,Splices,Hardware (patch panels, splice closures, conduit, etc)
Safety considerations and Code compliance
Reading prints and specs
Planning the installation
Pulling cable (installation hardware, guidelines to pulling, practices)
Continuity and tracing
Visual inspection of connectors and bare fiber
Loss with power meter and source
OTDR techniques
Correllation of OTDR and power meter/source loss tests
Terms and Definitions
labs comprise building a complete fiberoptic installation, from scratch. Either with LAN or FTTH components. Designing, building and seeing it work afterwards

MDU installations – Kurser – Duration 5 days

entry into the building
multiple ISP
customer / ISP segregation
placement of splitters
splicing, or direct connections
pre terminated solutions
cable / blown fiber (EPFU)solutions
Invisilight solution
Minibreakout and mini bundle cable solutions
Thermal Adhesive Coated Fiber system
Tap-off Enclosure for riser cable
VertiCaseXs solutions
indoor optical distributions
splice distribution on each floor
fiber distribution on each floor
eABF solutions
outlets at the customer
solutions for high-riser building
solutions for low-riser buildings
pros and cons of the different solutions
exorcises will cover different solutions in different buildings
Labs will be a blend of building installations and design deployment