Mark Roseberry will be teaching two short courses on Telemetry over IP
Mark Roseberry will be teaching two short courses on Telemetry over IP at this year’s ITC (International Telemetering Conference). The conference will be October 21-24th in Las Vegas, at Bally’s Hotel and Convention Center.
The full day course will be Monday, October 21st. This course covers current approaches and capabilities for transporting PCM telemetry over an IP network (TMoIP), including discussion of the benefits and limitations of this technology. An introduction and review of essential network and PCM telemetry topics including the OSI network model, practical implementation considerations and topologies, and associated TMoIP PCM formats and network protocols is included.
The three key RCC IRIG standards for TMoIP are described: IRIG 218 and IRIG 106 Chapter 10 over UDP, and iNET. Interactive and scripted setup, configuration, status, and diagnostics approaches are presented. Advanced topics include minimizing latency, handling poor-quality WAN networks, inter-vendor interoperability, one-to-many and mesh networks, configurable quality-of-service, time/data correlation, future-proofing, and security.
The half day course will be Thursday, October 24th and will cover many of the same key elements as the full day course but presumes an understanding of network and PCM telemetry concepts.
Come to ITC and learn more about Telemetry over IP! For more information about ITC 2019, go to www.telemetry.org.