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GPON Training, Gigabit Passive Optical Networking and XGPON Training

GPON Training, Gigabit Passive Optical Networking Training.  A 2-day GPON training course including GPON, XGPON 10 Gigabit systems. and NG-PON2.

Gigabit Passive Optical Networking course covers the fundamentals of FTTx GPON,  XGPON and NG-PON2  technologies.

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GPON is defined by ITU-T recommendation series G.984.1 – G.984.6. GPON can transport  Ethernet, and TDM (PSTN, ISDN, E1 and E3) traffic and consists of Optical Line Termination (OLT) and Optical Network Unit (ONU) or Optical Network Termination (ONT)  transmission equipment.

 

Learn about:

  • The basics FTTx technologies
  • Principles behind Passive optical networks (PONs)
  • Architectural principles of access networks
  • Analysis and planning, topologies, site types, and Fiber Termination Points
  • GPON general characteristics
  • GPON FTTH platforms
  • Capable passive optical networks (GPON); XGPON, XGS-PON and XGS-PON2

XGPON’s Capable passive optical networks (GPON) maximum rate is 10 Gbits/s (9.95328) downstream and 2.5 Gbits/s (2.48832) upstream using different WDM wavelengths such as 1577 nm downstream and 1270 nm upstream:

  • XGPON optical split is 1:128
  • Data formatting is the same as GPON
  • Maximum range is 20 km

Physical (PHY) layer of XGS-PON is based on existing specifications and it operates within the same optical transmission windows (1260 nanometers (nm) to 1650 nm). The PHY compatible transmission convergence (TC) layer allows for co-existence of XGS-PON with the earlier XG-PON and NG-PON2 that uses TWDM.

XGS-PON is based on ITU-T G.9807.1 :

  • Operates over a downstream wavelength of 1577 nm and an upstream wavelength of 1270 nm
  • Further compatibility over the optical distribution network (ODN) with existing GPON that uses different wavelengths
  • XGS-PON also has the ability to operate on GPON wavelengths
  • 1490 nm in the downstream and 1310 nm in the upstream
  • XGS-PON PHY also leverages time division multiplexing (TDM) and time division multiple access (TDMA) methods to accommodate XG-PON compatibility
  • Coexistence of XGS-PON and XG-PON
  • XGS-PON supports up to a 1:128 split ratio in the ODN, as well as 1:64, 1:32 and 1:16 split ratios

NG-PON2 (ITU-T G.989):

  • NG-PON2 uses time and wavelength division multiplexing (TWDM)
  • Using TWDM with NG-PON2 allows operators to supply a 40 Gbps symmetrical service

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of GPON training course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Describe what PON/FTTx is
  • Describe what GPON networking is
  • Describe GPON Network Architecture
  • Outline GPON Basic Concepts
  • Outline GPON Applications
  • List the advantages, requirements and capabilities of GPON and XGPON
  • Describe GPON typical application scenarios
  • Describe the use of GPON and supported applications and network interfaces
  • Describe the key concepts in GPON and XGPON
  • Sketch the architecture of GPON. Network Elements and designs
  • Explain the network architecture of GPON and XGPON
  • List GPON subsystems and interfaces
  • Describe the functions and specifications of GPON components
  • Explain GPON operational procedures
  • Describe GPON capacity planning, upstream and downstream technologies
  • Describe GPON  key performance parameters
  • Describe the QoS, security, protection, and OAM solutions in GPON
  • Describe ONT management concepts applied to GPON
  • List GPON service implementation process steps
  • Describe 10-Gigabit-capable passive optical network (XG-PON) systems, services, architecture, protocols and Reach Extension
  • Describe 40-Gigabit-capable passive optical networks (NG-PON2) systems, services, architecture and protocols

Course Agenda

FTTx Access Networks

  • Elements of an Access Network
  • Access Network Infrastructures
  • Principles behind FTTX Access Networks
  • FTTx networks architecture
  • FTTC, FTTN, FTTD, FTTP, FTTH
  • Principles behind FTTH
  • FTTH topology, technology and network layers
  • What is Passive Optical Networks (PON)?
  • BPON architecture and components
  • BPON and EPON
  • What is GPON?
  • Fundamentals of GPON
  • GPON Infrastructure
  • Similarities and differences between BPON, EPON  and GPON
  • XG-PON, XGS-PON and NG-PON2

Technical Introduction to GPON

  • GPON Standards
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.1
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.2
  • Physical Media Dependent (PMD)
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.3
  • Transmission Convergence
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.4
  • 988 ONT Management and Control Interface (OMCI)
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.5 Enhancement Band
  • GPON ITU-T G.984.6
  • Optical Reach Extension (G.984.re)
  • XG-PON ITU-T G.987.1
  • 10 Gigabit Passive Optical Network XG-PON
  • XG-PON2
  • 40Gbps
  • GPON Network Elements
  • Optical Line Termination (OLT)
  • Optical Network Unit (ONU)
  • SFU, SBU, MDU, and MTU
  • GPON Fiber Termination
  • Fiber Connectors
  • Fiber Splice Trays
  • Fiber Cassette Trays and Enclosures
  • Optical Splitter
  • Optical Distributions Frame (ODF)

GPON Power Budget Calculation

  • GPON Infrastructure Examples
  • Optical Power Budgets
  • Dispersion Calculation
  • In-Building wiring
  • GPON Multiplexing
  • PMD
  • Channel Insertion Loss,
  • Optical Distribution Network (ODN)
  • GPON power budgets
  • XGPON power budgets

GPON Architecture, Interfaces and Protocols

  • GPON Services
  • Downstream and Upstream TDM Architectures
  • GPON Stack
  • Network Protocol Support
  • OLT PMD and ONU PMD
  • Frame Structure
  • GPON Encapsulation Method (GEM)
  • GTC adaptation sublayer
  • GTC framing sublayer protocol stack
  • Transmission container (T-CONT)
  • Physical Parameters
  • Reliability and FEC Encoding
  • Channel model and Ports
  • GTC Layer
  • OAM at GTC layer
  • User Planes in GPON
  • ONU Management and Control Interface (OMCI)
  • GPON System Management Mode: SNMP, TR-069
  • Security
  • Protection

GPON OSS/NMS/EMS

  • GPON Service Management
  • GPON Network Management
  • GPON OSS, NMS and EMS
  • Best Practices

10-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (XG-PON): G.987

  • XG-PON Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms
  • XG-PON General requirements
  • XG-PON Physical media dependent (PMD) layer specification
  • XG-PON XG-PON Transmission convergence (TC) layer specification
  • Reach extension

 XGS-PON: 10-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (XGS-PON): G.9807.1

  • 10 Gbps Symmetrical with XGS-PON
    10 Gbps: XGS-PON (ITU-T G.9807.1)
  • “X” refers to 10 Gbps while the “S” refers to symmetrical

40-Gigabit-capable passive optical networks (NG-PON2): G.989

  • NG-PON2 Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms
  • Time and Wavelength Division Multiplexing (TWDM)
  • NG-PON2 General requirements
  • NG-PON2 Physical media dependent (PMD) layer specification
  • NG-PON2 Transmission convergence (TC) layer specification

 

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