RGTU / RGPV 8th Semester ATM Networks syllabus

PROGRAMME: B.E. Computer Science & Engineering,
VIII (8th) semester COURSE CONTENTS
Course: CS8301 ATM Networks


Unit-I
Introduction to ISDN, B-ISDN, B-ISDN services, ATM basics, ATM Services, Architecture of B-ISDN, virtual channel, Virtual path, ATM performance Parameters, Signaling techniques

Unit-II
ATM – performance Reference Model (PRM) layered architecture, relationship between ATM PRM and OSI reference model. Layer functions, User Network Interface (UNI), Physical layer of UNI, functions of transmission convergence sub layer, physical medium characteristic ATM layer cell headers of B-ISDN, UNI & NNI, ATM adaptation layer, operation and maintenance of B-ISDN UNI.

Unit-III
B-ISDN signaling, meta signaling, ATM adaptation layer for signaling, signaling protocols, switches & cross connects.

Unit-IV
ATM transmission network, Cell transfer functions, transmission systems, network synchronization, B-ISDN local network Topology & Technology, trunk, network structure, ATM network implementation and its equipments.

Unit-V
Evolutionary scenarios for BISDN fiber to the customer, integration of TV distribution, LAN’s, Man’s to BISDN, Voice delay & Eco problem, Tainting in BISDN, Telecommunication management networks, Gigabits LAN’s, Optical switching, ATM standardization.

References:

• Rainer Handel, Huber & Schooder ATM Network, Addison Wesley
• David E Mc Dysan, ATM Theory & application, McGraw Hill
• Tennenbaum, Computer Network
• William Stalling, An Introduction to ISDN, McMillan publishing Co., USA

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