Signaling in Telecom Networks: SS7, SIGTRAN & SIP


About Signalling in Telecom Networks

Signaling in Telecom Networks: SS7, SIGTRAN & SIP is intended to provide a sound introduction to the world of telecommunications signaling. It is particularly designed for those who have little or no signaling knowledge. It provides a solid foundation to help you grasp signaling ideas, concepts, terminology, and methods.

Today, Signaling System No. 7 is the most advanced and widely used signaling system for both cellular and fixed-line Telecommunications networks along with evolving Signalling protocols such as SIGTRAN (Signaling Transport) & SIP (Session Initiaton Protocol).

Course Pre-requisites

Participants undergoing Signaling in Telecom Networks: SS7, SIGTRAN & SIP program should have basic knowledge of mobile telecom network technologies like GSM, CDMA and WCDMA, with IP understanding.

Course Summary

  • Evolution of signaling and the development
  • Overview of the Channel Associated Signaling (CAS)
  • SS7 Signaling System architecture
  • Subscriber and network signaling
  • SIGTRAN signaling architecture
  • Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)

After attending this program, you should be able to:

  • List the evolving stages of signalling protocol
  • Describe CAS and CCS signalling protocols and differences between these
  • Understand SS7 protocol layers and messages
  • Apply SIGTRAN and SIP signalling protocol concepts in wireline and wireless telecommunication networks



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