Telecommunications Systems Management

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Telecommunications Systems Management XP32RTS
Credits 4
Semesters Winter
Completion Exam
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 2P + 2C
Telecommunications Systems Management is a discipline which deals problems of interactions of technical and business aspects of management of telecommunication networks and services provided.
Study targets
Students learn the technical, legislative and business aspects of telecommunications and their interactions. The student will have the information and skills to use when working in the departments of information technology of companies and institutions.
Course outlines
1. Telecommunication network and its structure.
2. Management of telecommunications network.
3. Telecommunications products market.
4. Regulation and state administration of telecommunications.
5. Liberalization of telecommunications market and its incidence.
6. Recent developments of optical communications systems (seminar)
7. Segmentation of telecommunications market and its incidence.
8. Problems of efficient servicing of telecommunications market segments.
10. Telecommunications operator structure.
10. Telecommunication operator key activities.
11. Role of supporting systems in telecommunications operator activities.
12. Formalized methods of ICT systems management.
13. Formalized and standardized methods of process management in telecommunications.
14. Reserve.
[1] Khader, M. - Barnes, W.: Telecommunication Systems and Technology, Prentice Hall, 1999
[2] Jones, N.V.: Telecommunication Management. Publishing, 2004
[3] Lectures Handouts
The exam is written and oral. The minimum requirement is 60% correct answers to the given questions.
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