IT 515 Designing Network Service Architectures Select Term:
This course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the integration of voice and data networks with case studies directed towards consolidated networks. The structure, architecture, and design of today's voice and telephony networks are examined. The students will get a solid understanding of the architecture of voice communications and learn how signalling, call quality and PBXs work within data networks. This course also provides real-world options for integrating voice and data communications applications; analyzes cost vs. quality issues and discusses the key standards and technologies that make the voice over data networks a reality. Topics include: Quality of Service (QoS); Access Signaling Types; Voice Packetization and Compression; Real-Time Transport Protocol;Technology Necessary to Make VoIP Successful; H323 and SIP Protocols; Gateway Protocols; Implementing VoIP; Voice over Frame Relay and Voice over ATM; Introcuction to Wireless Concepts and GSM.
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 6.000
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