FTTx OSP Design

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This three-day class has been developed with 16 hours of classroom lecture and 8 hours of hands-on design exercises to teach attendees to apply critical issues such as customer take rate and density to outside plant design. This course covers FTTH network field configurations, design benchmarks, and installation parameters for active Ethernet and PON systems. Attendees will create their own FTTx network designs in classroom break-out sessions, applying the learned objectives to distributed split, centralized split, home run, and point-to-point systems.
 
The course is intended for outside plant and network engineers who need in-depth skills for designing an effective FTTx network.

Course Level

Intermediate to expert. This class requires knowledge of fiber optic theory and terminology, as well as field experience, equivalent formal training such as the Certified Fiber to the Professional (classroom or online) course, or viewing Light Brigade’s staff development videos (available online or as DVDs).

Course Length

Three days of classroom lecture and hands-on design exercises

Certification Options

Fiber Broadband Association FTTx OSP Design Certification

Course Content

Course overview
Detailed course outline

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Sign up early to avoid a late registration fee. Due to increased costs as we make changes close to course start dates, we impose a late fee of $250 when you register less than 21 days in advance. So please register early!

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