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Free Online Telecom Course, Networking Courses Lessons

Following are free online telecommunications course lessons and network course lessons
from the Certified Telecommunications Network Specialist CTNS certification.
watch on youtube
watch on YouTube
These are full-length lessons from Teracom Training Institute.  Enjoy!
Course L2201 The PSTN
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. History of Telecommunications (USA and Canada)
  3. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
  4. Analog Circuits and Sound
  5. The Voiceband     watch now (free)
  6. Plain Ordinary Telephone Service (POTS)
  7. Signaling: Pulse Dialing and Dual Tone Multiple Frequency (DTMF)
  8. Signaling System 7 (SS7)
  Course Exam
Course 2206 Wireless Teleommunications
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. Mobile Network Components, Jargon and Basic Operation
  3. Cellular Principles and AMPS (1G)
  4. 2G: Digital Radio - Voice Communications
  5. Digital Cellular: Data Communications
  6. Spectrum-Sharing Technologies: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, OFDM
  7. 3G Cellular: CDMA     watch now (free)
  8. 4G Mobile Cellular: LTE
  9. 802.11 Wireless LANs - WiFi
  10. Communication Satellites
  Course Exam
Course 2211 Ethernet, LANs and VLANs
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. Bus Topology, Access Control, Broadcast Domains and MAC Addresses
  3. Ethernet and 802.3
  4. Evolution of Ethernet: 10BASE-2, 10BASE-T -> Gigabit
  5. LAN Cables and TIA-568 Categories     watch now (free)
  6. Bridging
  7. LAN Switches
  8. VLANs
  Course Exam
Course 2212: The OSI Layers and Protocol Stacks
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. Open Systems
  3. Protocols and Standards     watch now (free)
  4. ISO OSI 7-Layer Reference Model
  5. The Physical Layer: Fiber, Twisted Pair, Cable and Wireless
  6. Data Link Layer: LANs and MAC Addresses
  7. Network Layer: IP, MPLS, Packets and Routers
  8. Transport Layer: Reliability, Ports and Sockets
  9. Session Layer: SIP, POP and HTTP
  10. Presentation Layer: ASCII, MIME, Compression, Encryption, Codecs
  11. Application Layer: SMTP, HTML and English
  12. Protocol Stacks: The FedEx Analogy
  13. Protocol Headers: Babushka Dolls
  14. Standards Organizations
  Course Exam
Course 2213: IP Networks, Addresses and Routers
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. Review: Channelized Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM)
  3. Statistical Time-Division Multiplexing: Bandwidth-on-Demand
  4. Private Network: Bandwidth on Demand + Routing
  5. Routers
  6. IPv4 Addresses
  7. DHCP
  8. Public and Private IPv4 Addresses
  9. Network Address Translation     watch now (free)
  10. IPv6 Overview
  11. IPv6 Address Allocations and Assignment
  Course Exam
Course 2214: MPLS and Carrier Networks
  1. Course Introduction     watch now (free)
  2. Carrier Packet Network Basics
  3. Service Level Agreements
  4. Virtual Circuits
  5. X.25
  6. Frame Relay
  7. TCP/IP over Frame Relay
  8. QoS Requirement for Voice over IP
  9. ATM
  10. MPLS
  11. TCP/IP over MPLS     watch now (free)
  12. Differentiated Classes of Service using MPLS
  13. Integration and Convergence using MPLS
  14. Managing Aggregates of Traffic with MPLS Label Stacking
  15. MPLS Services vs. Internet Service
  Course Exam
 
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Course 2231 Wireless Fundamentals
certified wireless analyst (CWA)
Free Lesson 1: Radio
Free Lesson 1: Radio
Wireless Fundamentals is the first course in the CWA Certification Package. What radio is, how it’s organized and how and it’s used to communicate information.
On completion of this course, you will be able to explain what is meant by "radio", why we use it, the frequencies and bands that are used and which services each is used for, how we represent 1s and 0s on these bands, and propagation, penetration and fading.
 
 
 
Course 2232 Mobile Communications
certified wireless analyst (CWA)
Free Lesson 1: Mobile Network Components and Operation
Free Lesson 1: Mobile Network Components and Operation
With a good foundation in place, we’ll cover mobile communications from A to Z. This is where the money is!
On completion of this course, you will be able to draw a model of a cellular wireless telecommunications network, identify all of its components and technologies from handset to mobile switch, and explain the characteristics and operation of FDMA, TDMA, CDMA and OFDMA, and how each was deployed for AMPS, GSM, UMTS and LTE. You will also be able to explain the difference between what cellphone carriers call "voice" and "data" and mobile internet access.
 
 
 
Course 2233 Fixed Wireless
certified wireless analyst (CWA)
Free Lesson 2: Bluetooth
Free Lesson 2: Bluetooth
frequency-hopping spread-spectrum illustrated with young man on pogo stick
We’ll round out your knowledge with wireless that does not support mobility, including the most important, WiFi, and other current technologies.
On completion of the full course, you will be able to explain how TV remote controls communicate, how Bluetooth uses frequency hopping to define channels, how WiFi and wireless LANs work, the relative merits of different flavors of 802.11, how WiFi security is implemented and the best choice, what WiMAX is and where it is headed, what point-to-point microwave is and its applications, and the differences in operation and application for LEO and GEO satellite communications.
 
 
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