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Fundamentals of Telecommunications - Unit 1

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Unit overview
This unit explores the nature of information and then uses the human voice to illustrate that sound can be converted into different types of energy in order to transfer information over extended distances, using a variety of different media. It introduces the concept of frequency and bandwidth, as well as the role of telephones in the energy conversion process.
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Partner Details Wray Castle is the leading provider of training in the telecommunications industry. They provide training on telecommunication technologies across the industry sectors and on a global scale, including mobile and fixed network operators such as EE, O2, Three and BT, as well as transport, defence, energy and emergency services.
What you will learn
By the end of this course you will be able to:

•Describe the overall nature of human voice communication.
•List the main options, in terms of media and energy types, used in telecoms for carrying voice/speech information over extended distances.
•Evaluate the restrictions (in terms of voice quality) that legacy telecoms systems impose on human voice communication carried through the network.
•Set out, clearly, the role that the telephone plays in the initial conversion of sound energy into a suitable media/energy combination for communication over extended distances.
Who should learn
This unit is for those new to telecoms or for those requiring a better understanding of telecommunication technologies and networks.
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