Sample Videos of our OTN Training

Sample Videos of our OTN Training

For those of you that are thinking about purchasing a training license for our OTN Training, I have the following sample videos that you can view.

Check Out Any of these Videos Below.

Video Snippet # 1 – Introduction to AMP, BMP and GMP Mapping

This video snippet comes from Lesson 4 – Mapping of Non-OTN Client Signals into OTN.

What Does this Video Cover?

This video begins our discussion of mapping Non-OTN client signals into OTN (e.g., an OPUk frame).

This video presents the various OPU frame formats for BMP, AMP, and GMP Mapping.

It briefly refers to the various OPU overhead fields that we use to manage the mapping of Non-OTN client into (or de-mapping of Non-OTN client data from) the OPUk frame.

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Video Snippet # 2 – Transporting OTUk Electrical Signals on a Printed Circuit Board

This video snippet comes from Lesson 7 – Transporting OTU4 Electrical Signals on a PCB (Printed Circuit Board) and an Introduction to OTL4.4 Signals.

What Does this Video Cover?

This video summarizes our discussion on how we handle OTU1, OTU2 and OTU3 electrical signal on a printed circuit board.

This video also briefly discusses how we handle OTU4 signals and introduces the OTL4.4 types of signals.

Video Snippet # 3 – How the OTUk_TT_So Function computes and generates the SM-BIP-8 Byte Value.

This video snippet comes from Lesson 9 – Performance Monitoring and Defect Handling at the OTUk-Layer.

What Does this Video Cover?

This video describes how the OTUk_TT_So Atomic Function computes and inserts the SM-BIP-8 byte-field into the outbound OTUk data-stream.

Video Snippet # 4 – Introduction to Consequent Equations (for Defect Handling).

This video snippet also comes from Lesson 9 and presents an Introduction to the Concept of Consequent Equations.

What Does this Video Cover?

This video introduces the concept of Consequent Equations.

In this video, we illustrate the use of Consequent Equations, through the use of the OTSiG/OTUk_A_Sk, OTUk_TT_Sk and OTUk/ODUk_A_Sk Atomic Functions.

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