RF Cellular Networks
DWDM Optical Networking

Duration: 2 Days

Course Overview

Newly developed advanced amplification techniques utilize only a small fraction of the enormous 25,000-GHz low-loss fiber bandwidth available, and these amplifiers can only connect two distinct end points, not easily allowing for an all-optical high-speed multi-user environment. To exploit more of the fiber's THz bandwidth, solutions should complement traditional time-division multiplexing. A popular and recently developed choice is wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM), in which several channels are simultaneously transmitted along a single fiber but with each channel located at a different wavelength. The multiple wavelengths provide higher capacity along fiber links and wavelength-dependent routing through a network. As the technology of choice for dramatically upgrading the capacity of fiber systems at a reasonable cost, WDM growth has exploded in recent years.

Key Benefits

This course addresses the many technical issues, possible solutions, and recent progress in the exciting and relatively young area of multi-channel WDM systems. Discussions center on various device, system, and network limitations and applications.


General understanding of electoral engineering concepts.

Who should attend

This workshop is highly recommended for telecommunication practicing engineers, network designers, engineering managers and IT professionals working in mobile operators and solution vendors who are responsible for planning, managing, optimization and maintenance of Transmission Network and systems.

Course Outline

Data Transmission Over Fiber: Brief Overview

Introduction to Optical Networking

Review of Basic Optical Networking Elements

  • Fiber Optic Cable
  • Optical Couplers
  • Optical Transmitter
  • Optical Receiver
  • Optical Amplifiers
  • Optical Cross Connects
  • Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers

Key Optical Transmission Performance Parameters

Advantages of Fiber Optic Systems

Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)

Evolution of Digital Networking

  • Tunable lasers Multiple-Wavelength Laser Arrays
  • Tunable Optical Filters
  • Wavelength-Division Multiplexers
  • Receiver Arrays
  • WDM/SDM cross-connect
  • Fiber Bragg Gratings

Network Capacity Extension Methods

Optical Network Design & Planning

Network Restoration Schemes

Optical Network Management

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