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For the purposes of this course, signaling refers to any method or protocol used for creating, modifying, and terminating communication sessions between one or more participants. Sessions are to include traditional wireline as well as internet voice calls, multimedia distribution and multimedia conferencing. Students will gain an understanding of modern signaling systems, especially SIP and VoIP. Students will gain an appreciation of actually implementing signaling systems in the Internet Protocol environment using an open source soft switch to be configured as a PBX. Open source clients will be used to produce a fully functioning communications network from which specific signaling protocols can be explored.
Topics: Telecommunication Networks, Numbering Plans, Circuit Switched Routing, Packet Switched Routing, Analog Transmission, Digital Transmission, Standards for Signaling Systems, Subscriber Signaling, Components of Signaling, Tones, Announcements and Ringing, DTMF Signaling, In-band Signaling, Signaling Networks, Call Flows, Message Flows, SIP Signaling, Signaling for VoIP, Provisioning of Users, Network Protocol Analysis, Avaya SIP phone, Open Source SIP phone implementations, SIP overview, SIP security, SIP technological overview.
To gain a practical understanding of signaling protocols for telecommunications networks, both circuit switched and packet switched. Starting with a broader view of signaling, the course then focuses on emerging IP signaling systems using SIP, and it's application to VoIP and multimedia delivery, to illustrate concepts in signaling.
TLEN 5330 Data Communications 1 and proficiency in UNIX and C++.
If a proctor is indicated as “required” above, you will need an appropriate person to proctor exams/quizzes for the course. Examples of an appropriate person to proctor your exams/quizzes are your supervisor/manager, an education/training or personnel official in your company, or a librarian. The proctor may not be a friend, relative, or co-worker. The proctor’s address must be a business address. More detailed information about proctors is available on our Exam/Quiz Proctor page.
For those able to come to campus, CAETE provides free proctoring services.
Contact us at 303-492-6331 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a test appointment or if you have questions.
Access outside of class to computer(s), as in university computer labs, with 'ssh' software to connect to the Multimedia lab computers, see http://amath.colorado.edu/computing/ssh/. If you have a home computer or laptop, install 'ssh' on this machine.
Meeting Days Legend: Monday (M), Tuesday (T), Wednesday (W), Thursday (R), Friday (F), Saturday (S), Sunday (U)
Summer Terms: M = Maymester, A = 1st 5 weeks, B= 2nd 5 weeks, C = 8 weeks, D= 10 weeks
Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific dates.
|Spring 2009||12:00 PM - 01:15 PM||MW||ECCS 1B28||Barnes, S|
|Spring 2008||11:00 AM - 11:50 AM||MWF||ECCS 1B12||Baker, K|
|Spring 2007||06:00 PM - 08:30 PM||M||ECEE 283||Robertson, R|
|Spring 2006||12:30 PM - 02:00 PM||TR||ECEE 283||Sauer, J|
|Fall 2005||12:30 PM - 01:45 PM||TR||ECCS 1B28||Sauer, J|