TLT 141 Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
Students will learn the basic concepts of Voice Over Internet Protocol as opposed to public Switched Telephone Network (PTSN). The purpose of this course will be to teach testing measurement, Evaluate quality of signal, differences in commercial applications of Tier One, Tier Two and Tier Three providers in comparison to individual applications. Students will master VoIP, Enterprise level VoIP standards, security and analyze the VoIP packet. Topics also covered will include vocabulary, history and the future of VoIP, Enterprise level VoIP, define codec, media gateways, media controllers, IP based PBX’s, ATA, analog telephone adapter, basic block diagram of a typical PSTN, VoIP calls and finally QoS issues related to VoIP.
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