Program Description: Our Broadband Digital Installer program presents background information and installation practices pertaining to multiple transmission mediums that include broadband, wire line, wireless, fiber optic, radio frequency, and coaxial infrastructure types. These mediums support telecommunications infrastructure that allows people access to internet services, wireless and wired telephone systems, 5G related devices, home automation services, and integrated technologies.
Broadband professionals will be instructed on what is involved in certifying the reliability of a drop system – fiber and coaxial – on multiple structures that include rooftop, self-supporting towers, and monopoles. They will develop an understanding in high-speed data transfer for multiple use cases as well as step-by-step installation procedures for each service. Because the modem, routers, switches, wireless devices, and other technologies are unique to the telecommunications industry, the course provides extensive information about their origination and the advantages that each offers. The evolution of different modem/server types, from baseband to inside radio units, is detailed from its initial release through all versions including various manufacturers and includes an explanation of what transpires in the background when a network is being
provisioned for service.
Due to the rapid growth of and interest in 5G related integration technology, this course covers the protocols that power the infrastructure that connects businesses, schools, homes, phones, and, ultimately, people together. For the Digital Broadband field practice, we provide a blended learning approach that includes lectures, hands on assessment, exam knowledge checks, virtual/augmented reality solutions, and the ability to obtain a number of key industry certifications to hit the ground running in this expanding industry.