ntc405 | undergraduate

Telecommunications And Networking I

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This course is designed to provide the fundamentals of basic telecommunications, including an introduction to standards, organizations and governing bodies, concepts such as TCP/IP, modulation or demodulation, and terminology for telecommunications and computer networks. The basics of analog and digital circuits are analyzed. Complex digital equipment, such as multiplexers, is introduced. The course is completed with an overview and analysis of various network topologies and network operating systems, explaining how the electronic concepts assist in network troubleshooting.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Network Foundation

    • Explain network communication fundamentals.
    • Illustrate different network models.
    • Identify key networking components and topologies.

    Network Communications and Protocols

    • Inspect network transmission media.
    • Explain the basics of network protocols.
    • Survey network standards.

    Network Design Requirements

    • Describe the principles and operations of network devices.
    • Select the minimum hardware and software requirements for a network.
    • Explain the fundamentals of a WAN.

    Introduction to Network Security

    • Illustrate challenges around network security.
    • Construct a network security policy.
    • Identify common network security devices.

    Supporting Networks

    • Identify the responsibilities associated with network management.
    • Utilize best practices for troubleshooting network issues.
    • Describe network operating systems.
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