ICTP is a comprehensive course comprising the advanced IoT, Cyber Security and Telecommunications technologies leading towards convergence communications. It includes current trending security technologies in the market including wired and wireless communications with the sole motivation to migrate towards Next-Generation technologies like UMTS, LTE and 5G. The curriculum is best appreciated by the corporate sector for its relevance and comprehensiveness. The integrated communications training courses that ICT R & D offers is often unseen in the marketplace before.
People enrolling for ICTP should have Diploma or Degree in Engineering in EEE, ECE,IT, CSC, MS, M.Tech or any communications branch or BSc in any sciences other than commerce and life sciences.
ICTP course offers the requisite knowledge for venturing into research and application domains with IoT and Telecom firms as Development Engineers, Testing Engineers, Switch Engineers, Installation & Commissioning, Operations and Maintenance Engineers, RF Planners, Drive Test Engineers, Network Specialists, Security Specialists and Network & RF Design Engineers.
Total Cost of the Training Including Class Room Training and Field Practicals is 1000 USD (Incl 18% GST).
Analog / Digital Signals, Radio Spectrum, Analog Modulation - AM/ FM/ PM, Digital Modulation - Pulse Amplitude Modulation-PAM, Pulse Width Modulation - PWM, Pulse Position Modulation - PPM, Pulse Code Modulation - PCM, Multiplexing – TDM / TDMA/ FDM / FDMA / CDMA / OFDM , Frequency Shift Keying – FSK, Binary Phase Shift Keying - BPSK, Quadrature Phase Shift Keying - QPSK, Eight Phase Shift Keying - 8PSK, Quadrature Amplitude Modulation - QAM, Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying - GMSK, Digital Hierarchy - T1/E1, Switching Systems
OSI and TCP/IP Protocol Layering, Classful Internet AddressLayer 2 Protocols – Address Resolution Protocol and Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (ARP & RARP), User Datagram Protocol - UDP, Transmission Control Protocol - TCP, Internet Control Message Protocol - ICMP, Routing Protocols (Open Shortest Path First - OSPF, Routing Information Protocol - RIP, Boarder Gateway Protocol - BGP), Mobile IP
Signalling and Switching Technologies, SS7 Architecture, ISDN - Integrated Services Digital Network, ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) and Primary Rate Interface (PRI), Q.921 Signalling, Q.931 Standard, SS7 - Messages, ISUP - ISDN User Part, ISUP Signalling, SS7 Call Flows, ISUP Supplementary Messages, SS7 - Protocols
Voice Over IP - VoIP, H.323, Media Gateway Control Protocol – MGCP Megaco (H.248), IP Multimedia Subsystem - IMS
Mobile Communication Principles, Mobile Telephone System using the Cellular Concepts, Cellular Planning and Configuration, Third Generation Network Planning
Principles of Spread Spectrum, Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum, Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum, Time Hopping Spread Spectrum, Hybrid Spread Spectrum
GSM Architecture, Time Division Multiple Access - TDMA, IS -136 TDMA Technology, IS -136 Radio Technologies, GSM Security, GSM Channels and Handoffs, GSM Channel Coding and Vocoders, Radio Channel Operation, Abis and A Interface Design, BCCH System Information Types and Decoding, Frequency Scanning, Protocol Architecture, GSM Signalling and Call Processing, GSM Hardware Architecture, BTS Installation Migration to GPRS
Evolution of Wireless Data, The GSM Phase II Overlay Network, GPRS Network Architecture, GPRS Radio Technologies, Cells & Routing Areas, Packet Data Protocol Context, GPRS Terminals Mobile Station Classes, Mobility Management, GPRS Attach, GPRS Attach Scenario, Mobile Initiated GPRS Detach, Network Initiated Detach Activating a PDP Context Activation, GPRS Data Transfer, GPRS Signalling Procedures, GPRS Protocols
EDGE Network Architecture, EDGE Coding Schemes, Link Adaptation, Incremental Redundancy, GSM EDGE Radio Access Network - GERAN, Radio Network Dimensioning, Implementation Constraints of EDGE
Introduction to CDMA Technology, CDMA Network Architecture, CDMA Flavors, cdmaOne Technology, IS 95A Standard, IS 95B Standard, cdma 2000 1XRTT EVDO, cdma 2000 1XRTT EVDV, Orthogonal Modulation, CDMA Channels, CDMA Encryption and CAVE Algorithms, Spatial Diversity - RAKE Receiver, Call Processing, CDMA Protocols, Wide Band CDMA - WCDMA
3G Systems, UMTS Architecture, Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network - UTRAN, UTRAN Interfaces, UMTA Radio Access and WCDMA Spreading, UMTS Coding and Synchronization, Link Budget and QoS, Call Processing and Media Formats, UMTS Security and VHE (Virtual Home Environment), NGN Architecture, UMTS Protocols
Evolution for NGN, World Standardisation Bodies for Communications and Networking, High Speed Downlink Packet Access - HSDPA, High Speed Uplink Packet Access - HSUPA, 4G LTE, World Wide Interoperability for Microwave Access - WiMAX
Introduction to 3GPP Long Term Evolution, LTE Architecture, Compatibility with Non 3GPP Evolutions, LTE Physical Layer, OFDMA, SC-FDMA, MIMO - Multi Input and Multi output Antenna (Rake Receiver), Multiplexing and Channel Coding, Propagation Channels, Physical Layer Modulation, LTE Call Processing, LTE Release 09, Advanced Releases of R 10 & R 11, Voice Over LTE, LTE Protocol Stack
Operations Support Subsystem-OSS, Business Support Subsystem-BSS, Value Added Services-VAS, Introduction to VAS, VAS Products – Short Messaging Service (SMS), Caller Ring Back Tone - CRBT, Unstructured Supplementary Service Data-USSD, Prepaid Services, Location Based Services, Preferred Roaming, Telecommunications Landscape - Past, Present and Future, Introduction to OSS/BSS, Telecommunications Management Network Model (TMN Model), Telecom Operations Map (TOM), Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM), Next Generation OSS (NGOSS)
Test Methodologies, Test Plan, Test Cases, GSM/GPRS attached/detached/PDP contexts, Manual Testing, Automated Testing, Telecom Testing Tools
SCCP - Signalling Connection Control Part, ISUP - ISDN User Part, TCAP - Transaction Capabilities Application Part, INAP - Intelligent Network Application Part, OMAP - Operation and Management Application Part
CM - Connection Management, CC - Call Control, SS - Supplementary Service, SMS - Short Message Service, MM - Mobility Management, RR - Radio Resource Management, LAPDM - Link Access Protocol D-channel Modified, BSSMAP - BSS Application Part, MAP - Mobile Application Part, GR - Generic Routing Encapsulation, SNDCP - Sub network Dependence Convergence Protocol, RLC - Radio Link Control Protocol, LLC - Logical Link Control Protocol, GMM - GPRS Mobility Management, GSMP - GPRS Session Management Protocol, CAMEL - Customised Application For Mobile Service Extended Logic
ATM - Asynchronous Transfer Mode, ATM & ATM Adaptation Layers, UMTS related Signaling Protocols–Access Stratum (AS), Non-Access Stratum (NAS) Protocols, RRC - Radio Resource Control, RLC - Radio Link Control, MAC - Medium Access Control, FP - Frame Relay Protocol, PDCP - Packet Data Convergence Protocol, BMC - Broadcast/Multicast Control, SSCOP - Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol, NBAP - Node-B Application Protocol, ALCAP - Access Link Control Application Protocol, RANAP - Radio Access Network Application Protocol, RNSAP - Radio Network Subsystem Application Protocol, GMM - GPRS Mobility Management, MTP3-b - MTP3 Broadband, M3UA - MTP3 User Adaption Layer, STC - Signalling Transport Converter, SCTP - Stream Control Transmission Protocol, TAF - Terminal Adaptation Function, CBS - Cell Broadcast Service
E1 Line Integration
Signalling Analysis for SS7, GSM and GPRS Networks GPRS Signalling Analysis
IP Networking on Cisco Routers
IP Telephony - VoIP
GSM, UMTS and LTE Testing on Anritsu Platform
Introduction to Operating System, Linux as an Operating System, Linux Installation, Basic Commands, List Commands, File & Directory Commands, Standard I/O and PIPES, Vim Editor, Filter and Database Commands, Communication & Scheduling Commands, File Permissions, Basic Linux Administration
Introduction to DBMS & RDBMS, Data Types, Structure Query Language Commands, Functions, Clause Operators, Constraints, Set Operators, Joins, Sub Queries, Working with Database Objects(Views, Sequences, Indexes, Synonyms, Clusters), Working with Oracle and My SQL RDBMS Applications.
Cellular Planning for LTE (4G) Networks
Introduction to Hacking Technology, Types of Hackers and Hacking Terminology
Elements of Information Security, Information Security Threats, Information Security Policies, Methods to Extract Domains Name, IPs and Mail IDs Information, Methods to Gathering Information using Google and Social Media, Types of Malwares and Threats, Counter Measures for malware attacks
Network Security Models, Managing Network Security, Enumeration, Maintain Anonymity and confidentiality in the Network
Introduction to Vulnerability Research, Introduction to Exploits and Exploit Frameworks, List of Modules in the Exploit Frame Works, Password Cracking Attacks, Trojans, Key loggers and Spyware Attacks, Phishing Attacks, WiFi Attacks
Understand IoT Market perspective - IoT in Sports, IoT in Cities, IoT in Transportation, IoT in Home, IoT in Retail, IoT in Healthcare, Startup Opportunities in IoT, IoT Platforms & Analytics, SDN for IoT - Data Handling and Analytics
Wired vs. Wireless Communication, NFC, RFID, Zigbee, Z-Wave, LoRa, MIPI, M-PHY, UniPro, SPMI, SPI, M-PCIe, GSM, CDMA, GPRS, UMTS and LTE, Data Protocols - MQTT, COAP, AMQP, Websocket, Node, Data and Knowledge Management and use of Devices in IoT Technology
Device cost, power consumption, wireless range, Processing, memory, sensor capability, Data ( reporting periodicity, duty cycles, data rates, packet size), Standby current and battery life, Transmission (latency and response times), Network (density, reliability, scalability, robustness)
Working with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Intel Edison
GSM and UMTS (4G) BTS Installation
Operation and Maintenance Center - Radio
MSC and TRAU
Soft Switch (4G)
RF Planning for GSM, UMTS and LTE Networks
TEMS Drive Test for GSM, UMTS and LTE Networks
Optical Fiber Splicing and OTDR
Optical Fiber Parameter Testing Tool
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