XMC20 TDM Essentials

AvailabilityOn Request On Request Delivery MethodInstructor-led, hands-on 1 day Content LevelStandard Min 4 - Max 8 Location English, German and others

This course provides an introduction to the essential parts of the XMC20 TDM functionality. It includes an overview of TDM, PCM and CAS principles.

The course continues with an introduction to a number of TDM-based units which support these technologies, SELI8, SUPM1/ SUPM2 and TUXA1 units. Also covered are the SDSL8 unit and its associated desktop device LineRunner DTM.

Target Group

This course will provide students with a comprehensive practical introduction to working with these units - including areas of commissioning, monitoring, testing and fault-finding within the TDM areas. This includes using ECST to create Cross-connections and also how to design and apply synchronisation.

It is designed for all those who require a technical introduction to TDM on the XMC20. This includes Installation and Commissioning engineers, Operations and Maintenance staff, Support engineers and Planners.

Key Topics
  • Introduction to Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and Channel Associated Signalling (CAS)
  • SELI8 Unit Features (2 Mbps, G.703/G.704)
  • SELI8 Configuration, Monitoring and Testing
  • TDM Cross-connections
  • TDM Synchronisation
  • Introduction to Pulse Code Modulation (G.711)
  • SUPM1/SUPM2 FXS Unit Features (POTS, PCM G.711)
  • SUPM1/SUPM2 Configuration, Monitoring and Testing
  • TUXA1 FXO Unit Features (POTS, PCM G.711)
  • TUXA1 Configuration, Monitoring and Testing
  • Introduction to TDM SHDSL
  • SDSL8 Unit Features (SHDSL, G.991.2) and associated desktop unit LineRunner DTM
  • SDSL8 / LineRunner DTM Configuration, Monitoring and Testing
  • Practical Work
  • Related Fault-finding and Trouble-shooting
  • Successful completion of XMC20 R4 Fundamentals Course.
  • A basic knowledge of PDH.

Each participant receives a printed copy of the course documentation.