Telecommunication Course And Certification

What is Telecommunication? 

Telecommunication is the transmission of signals, sounds and messages or information by Electrical means or by Electromagnetic means such as wires, radios, optical, fibres and other electromagnetic systems. Telecommunication is achieved when the exchange or transmission of information between the sender and the receiver is successful. Transmission can be either Electrically over physical media, such as cables, or via Electromagnetic radiation.

Brief History of Telecommunications 

In the Early days, means of communicating occurs over a distance using visual signals, such as smoke signals, beacons, signal flags, semaphore telegraphs and optical heliographs. Wireless communication revolution began in the first decade of the 20th century with the developments in radio communications pioneered by Guglielmo Marconi.

In 1909 he won the Nobel Prize in Physics, and other notable pioneering inventors and developers in the field of electrical and electronic telecommunications include Alexander Graham Bell (inventor of the telephone), Charles Wheatstone and Samuel Morse (inventors of the telegraph), Vladimir K. Zworykin, John Logie Baird and Philo Farnsworth (some of the inventors of television), Edwin Armstrong and Lee de Forest (inventors of radio)

Advantages of Telecommunications: 

1. It allows free flow of information and communication.

2. Telecommunication enables information sharing thereby adding improvement to the society. 

3. Telecommunication boost team work in organization and parastatals. 

4. Telecommunication is veritable tool for economic growth. 

5. Telecommunication saves time and cost.

6. It serve as source of self-employment.

7. It provides job opportunity.

Various Forms and Generations of Telecommunications: 

Some of the various forms and generations of Telecoms include: 

GSM which uses time division access and it means: Global System for Mobile Communication used to transmit mobile data and mobile services. 

GPRS mean General Packet Radio System. it is a third generation to have internet access. GPRS has big data rate and it has an easy billing.

LTE means Long Term Evolution which is equivallent to the 4G Technology recently utilised.

WAP means Wireless Application Protocol, it has been demonstrated as I mode which means internet mode.

WiMAX meaning World Wide Interroperability of Microwave Access. It is based on Wireless MAN technology. It offers about 40 Mbs.

WiFi a wireless technology meaning Wireless Fidelity. 

WML is a Wireless Mark up Language. 

In the Full course you will learn everything you need to know about Telecommunication with Diploma Certificate to showcase your knowledge. 

Telcommunication Course Outline: 

Telecommunication Introduction

Telecommunication Etymology & History

Telecommunication 5G

Telecommunication CDMA 

Telecommunication LTE 

Telecommunication GPRS 

Telecommunication GSM 

Telecommunication WAP 

Telecommunication WML 

Telecommunication Wi-Fi 

Telecommunication WiMAX 

Telecommunication i-Mode 

Telecommunication Billing 

Telecommunication SIP

Telecommunication UMTS 

Telecommunication NGN 

Telecommunication FTTH

Telecommunication TSSN

Telecommunication Exams and Certification

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