Emerging Telecom

Brandman University and partners are able to provide a wide variety of certifications and courses in technology and modern telecommunications with online and on-ground classes offered in various locations throughout the country.

These courses have been designed for anyone involved in repairing, installing, maintaining, designing, evaluating, or provisioning Smart Home technology.

TECU 0015: Emerging Telecom Electronics Into

  • Tuition: $1,750 (CAEL agreed tuition with ten percent discount=$1,575)
  • Other Fees: No Cost
  • Books, Meals, Travel, Materials, Software , Equipment: No Cost
  • The tuition only covers administrative costs and nothing else is provided to the student.

This course teaches the basics of telecom electronics including telephone parts & components and other telecom related electronics, DC circuits, RJ45/48 telephone connectors, capacitance, inductance, resonance and filters, and AC circuit operations. Students will learn about electronics and testing equipment used out in the field and inside the Central Office. In addition, closely related technologies of fiber optics and wireless will be discussed.

This course was designed for telecommunications field techs, central office technicians, contractors, union craftsman, electricians, technicians, installers, systems engineers, telecom managers and anyone involved in repairing, installing, maintaining, designing, evaluating, or provisioning telecommunication equipment and services. This course is 16 hours, equivalent to 1.6 CEUs.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify, describe, explain, and/or perform:

  • Use formulas to calculate answers to electronic problems
  • Using binary numbers, compute answers to electronic problems
  • Use Boolean expressions to solve electronic problems
  • State electrical units
  • Read capacitance and inductance values
  • Solve combination circuits
  • Calculate reactances
  • Solve parallel and series circuits
  • Combine parallel capacitors and series capacitors
  • 14 – Combine series inductors
  • Solve RL and RC circuits
  • Solve parallel and series circuits
  • Describe oscillation and types of oscillators
  • Describe the types and function of comparators
  • Describe the types and function of demodulators
  • Describe operational amplifier operation and circuits
  • Describe types of meters and measurements
  • Describe ohmmeter measurements
  • Describe scope measurement and loading
  • Describe capacitance measurements
  • Describe frequency measurements

TECU 0016: Emerging Telecom Electronics Applied

  • Tuition: $1,750 (CAEL agreed tuition with ten percent discount=$1,575)
  • Other Fees: No Cost
  • Books, Meals, Travel, Materials, Software, Equipment: No Cost
  • The tuition only covers administrative costs and nothing else is provided to the student.

The Emerging Telecom Electronics Applied course features numerous instructor-led hand-on labs that introduce the student to discrete solid state circuits, electric power supplies, amplifiers, and circuit types. Students will learn about punch down blocks, tools, and labeling, T carrier (DS1’s), Repeaters, Channel Banks, and Common Carrier, and operation of switching circuits. In addition, closely related technologies of fiber optics and wireless will be discussed.

This course was designed for telecommunications field techs, central office technicians, contractors, union craftsman, electricians, technicians, installers, systems engineers, telecom managers and anyone involved in repairing, installing, maintaining, designing, evaluating, or provisioning telecommunication equipment and services. This course is 16 hours, equivalent to 1.6 CEUs.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify, describe, explain, and/or perform:

  • Describe generator operations
  • Describe logic measurements
  • Read resistor values, capacitor values, and semiconductor devices
  • Identify operational amplifiers
  • Describe the operations and types of diodes
  • Describe the types and operation of three lead devices
  • Make circuit calculations
  • Describe diodes and transistor measurements
  • Describe the types and operation of thyristors
  • Describe the types of and structures of integrated circuits
  • Describe the types and operation of switching circuits
  • Describe the operation of logic gates
  • Read logic symbols
  • Describe combinational devices
  • List types of flip-flops
  • Describe the functions of microprocessors
  • Describe the operation and function of Tri-state buffers
  • Describe the various types of buses
  • Describe the structure of microcomputers
  • Describe the structure and functions of ROM
  • Describe the structures and functions of RAM
  • Describe the types and functions of computer languages
  • Describe microcomputer troubleshooting procedures

TECU 0023: RESI: Smart Home – Intro

  • Tuition: $1,750 (CAEL agreed tuition with 10% discount = $1,575)
  • Other Fees: No Cost
  • Books, Meals, Travel, Materials, Software, and Equipment: No Cost
  • The tuition only covers administrative costs and nothing else is provided to the student.

The Residential Electronic System Integrator: Basic (RESI: Basic) course is an introduction Smart Home technology and telecommunications equipment. This course provides the student with an introduction to five areas of Smart Home technology: 1) Audio and Video (home theatre), 2) Computer Networking, 3) Security – Surveillance, 4) CCTV – Closed Circuit TV, and 5) Environmental Control. Student will be introduced to the installation of network wiring for cable TV, satellite and antenna outlets, telephone equipment outlets, audio and video entertainment.

This course was designed for contractors, union craftsman, electricians, technicians, installers, LAN managers/administrators, end-users, engineers, MIS managers, facilities managers, architects and developers, systems engineers, telecom managers and anyone involved in repairing, installing, maintaining, designing, evaluating, or provisioning Smart Home technology. This course is 16 hours, equivalent to 1.6 CEUs.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify, describe, explain, and/or perform:

  • Safety
  • Industry Standards
  • Low Voltage Wiring
  • Cabling - Connectors
  • Pre-wiring