WTM 3200 Installation, Operation and Maintenance

Microwave radio IP/MPLS networking

Overview

The Aviat WTM 3200 is an advanced all outdoor packet radio featuring an advanced Carrier Ethernet switch and highly scalable microwave transport platform. Equipped with QPSK to 1024 QAM modulation in frequency bands from 6 to 42 GHz, the WTM 3200 supports throughput rates up 1 Gbit/s. Low power consumption (<35 Watts) and simplified cabling ensures the WTM 3200 maximizes installation, operations and maintenance efficiency at small sites.

The WTM 3200 Installation, Operation and Maintenance course teaches students key functions of the WTM 3200 radio platform. The course includes an overview of all available modules and the chassis, initial setup, install and login, basic configuration with the CLI, system commissioning, configuration, diagnostics, maintenance and troubleshooting.  Extensive hands-on labs (nearly 50% of the course duration) and case studies offer students with scenarios they will face in real deployments in their networks.

Extensive hands-on labs (nearly 50% of the course duration) and case studies offer students with scenarios they will face in real deployments in their networks.

Courses are conducted by AVIAT expert trainers in a mentoring environment backed by their deep technology expertise and experience in implementation of microwave wireless and IP networks.

The WTM 3200 Installation, Operation and Maintenance course is conducted at Aviat Training locations or can be arranged at customer sites.

Upon successfully completing this course, participants will be able to perform:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the WTM 3200
  • Be able to install, configure, administer and maintain the WTM 3200
  1. Participants should have a basic understanding of Microwave and IP Fundamentals and have basic computer skills.
  2. Each student must bring an IBM compatible laptop PC or an equivalent and have administrator rights on the PC.

The PC must have minimum parameters of:

  • Pentium 4 or later w/ 1GB of RAM and 250 Mb of free hard drive space
  • USB Port
  • Ethernet 10Base-T LAN port with RJ-45 connector for local Ethernet connection
  • 800×600 resolution, 256 color display (16-bit color)
  • Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
  • TCP/IP installed and configured for LAN operation

Web browser (Google Chrome recommended)

Course outline

  • Introduction to the WTM3200 platform
  • System Architecture and configurations
  • Options
  • Connections
  • Overview
  • RSSI
  • Antenna mount
  • Options
  • Connections
  • Overview
  • Connection to the WTM 3200
  • Navigating the craft tool
  • Configuration of WTM 3200
  • Management options
  • Management VLAN tagging
  • Capacity licence options
  • Feature licence options
  • ATPC
  • Adaptive Modulation
  • Ethernet switch features inc.
    • QOS
    • SyncE
  • Installation of the ODU
  • Mounting of ODU to antenna
  • Installation work flow
  • Configuration Procedure
  • Commissioning procedure
  • Acceptance testing
  • Troubleshooting overview
  • Using the craft tool for troubleshooting
  • Loopbacks
  • Troubleshooting techniques and Options
  • Troubleshooting configuration problems
  • Backup and restore of configuration
  • SW upgrade procedure
  • Troubleshooting Common Problems
  • Configuration
  • Commissioning
  • Troubleshooting
  • Maintenance
  • Hands on Testing sessions

Customer site requirements for on-site classes

One equipment rack with 48VDC power supply (if using 48VDC PoE units).

At least 1 Traffic free hop – 2 radios talking to each other. (Path has been simulated with at least 60dB of attenuation, for troubleshooting training variable attenuators are preferred however not mandatory).

Radio links can be hired for duration of training course if required.

  • Digital multimeter.
  • Ethernet tester (Applicable only for Ethernet configuration Training).

Classroom:

  • Sufficient in size to handle all participants, instructor, desks, chairs, classroom equipment. The room must have enough 110 AC (220) AC power and air conditioning to operate equipment, all students clients PC’s and the server or radio as required.

Classroom equipment              

  • Marker board, SVGA or Overhead projector and screen.

Desk and chairs                        

  • Desks or workstations with enough room for each student to write have open books, client PC and / or, keyboard and monitor.

Internet access                          

  • Internet access through the server or through client PC.

Download description

Course description (PDF)

Pricing & scheduling

Please contact your Aviat local sales team for a quote or email

Course specifics

  • Duration: 2-day
  • Capacity: 10
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Target audience

This course is intended for installation and service personnel responsible for installation, configuration, test and maintenance procedures for the WTM3200 radio platform.

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