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This course will provide students with a solid foundation in telecommunications. Training will include classroom studies, extensive hands on, and an emphasis on the upgrading of cabling to meet cable TV, Data, Networking and Internet requirements. Included in the course is preparation and testing for industry certifications as a Fiber Optics and Cabling installer.[GDC_row]
The Basic Fiber Optics Installation Technology course is an introduction to fiber optics. It is designed to provide students with knowledge of the fundamentals of light wave technology, basic optical theory, optical fiber technology, components & connectors, the splicing process, fiber optics applications, optical signals, system performance measurements and proper fiber optic lab safety.
The Advanced Fiber Optics Module builds on concepts and theories learned in Basic Fiber Optics. It is designed to give students a closer look at cable types and splicing as well as intensive hands on learning with industry standard equipment. Also students will be introduced to function and use of an optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) as used for fiber optics testing.
Students in this course will learn why FTTx is being implemented today, including technical, marketing and financial justifications; the types of FTTx architectures being used, advantages and disadvantages of each, and types of components required; Technical details of specialized FTTx components like splitters and wavelength-division multiplexers and requirements for cables, connectors, splices and hardware; the design and installation requirements particular to FTTx; and the specialized safety requirements of FTTx. Hands on labs examine testing and troubleshooting FTTx links.
This course will begin with Elements 1 & 3 which cover regulations, procedures, equipment, electrical math, satellite, RADAR, technology, modulation, transmitters, and safety. The course will end with Element 8, which covers RADAR principles, systems, installation, maintenance, and repairs.
This course will cover all aspects of basic electronics, starting with common electronic units, components, and circuits. Students will learn about semiconductor fundamentals, diodes, transistors, amplifier, binary, octal, hexadecimal notation, displays, testing, and basic soldering technique.
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