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Amity Institute of Telecom Technology and Management

(AITTM)
Amity University Campus
AN INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE REPORT BY
Neha Kumari
A1637012008
M.Tech (TSE and OEOC) (Batch: 2012-14)

INTERNSHIP WITH
Radius Infratel Pvt. Ltd.
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF
Mr. Saket Chugh
Manager- Operation for NOC
DURING MAY - JULY 2013

CREDIT UNITS: 9 CREDITS

Remarks by faculty In charge

INTERNSHIP TRAINING CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Neha Kumari (A1637012008), student of M.Tech (TSE and OEOC), Batch
2012-14, from Amity Institute of Telecom Technology & Management, has undergone industry
internship training with this company under my supervision and guidance. During the internship
he/she was assigned the under mentioned tasks:-

That he/she (Please write few lines on how the student performed the task, his/her
conduct and any special contributions)

Date:
Seal/Stamp of the Organization

Signature
Mr. Saket Chugh
Manager- Operation for NOC

Acknowledgement
A summer project is a golden opportunity for learning and self development. I consider

myself very lucky and honored to have so many wonderful people lead me through in
completion of this project.
First of all I will thank to college authorities which make the internship compulsory in
any corporate body in order to make us able to get know-how about the practical work.
Secondly, I will thank Col. O.P. Arora, Director- Telecom & IIC for providing me an
opportunity to do internship from a recognized company. Thirdly, I will thank to the teacher who
provides me the guidelines about the format of internship report. In the last, I will thank to my all
the teachers who teach me throughout the session, explore and enhance my abilities, and make
me able to work efficiently throughout internship period with experience persons.
I wish to express my indebted gratitude and special thanks to Maj Shobha Madan, Sr.
General Manager- Planning who organized all internship programs in such a way so that I
could learn the practical work.
It is a great pleasure to acknowledge my profound sense of gratitude to Mr. Saket
Chugh, Manager- Operations for NOC who in spite of being extraordinarily busy with his
duties, took time out to hear, guide and keep me on the correct path and allowing me to carry out
my industrial project work at their esteemed organization and extending during the training.
It is my glowing feeling to place on record my best regards, deepest sense of gratitude to Mr.
V.K. Singh, Manager- Projects for his judicious and precious guidance which were extremely
valuable for my study both theoretically and practically to accomplish for an assigned project. I
am really thankful for his co-operation during the internship.
I express my deepest thanks to Mr. Saurabh Verma, former Manager- Market
Planning & QC for taking part in useful decision & giving necessary advices and guidance and
arranged all facilities. I am also thankful to the persons working in this field, for providing me
relevant information and necessary clarifications. I choose this moment to acknowledge their
contribution gratefully.
At last, I would like to thank all those other persons who helped me in completing this
report.
Neha Kumari
M.tech- TSE (2012-2014

Date:

Contents

1. Introduction.........................................................................................................................1
2. Radius Infratel, India: A broadband revolution..........2
2.1.
Profile.
.....2
2.2.
Objectives3
2.3.
Benefits3
Broadband

2.4.

basics.....4
2.5.
Pilot potential....
...4
Best-In-Class success...

2.6.

....5
3. Basic Description of an FTTH Network Infrastructure.......................................................6
4. FTTH Network Infrastructure Environment........................................................................6
5. FTTH Architecture...............................................................................................................8
5.1.
Different Fibre Termination
points..............................................................................9
6. Active equipment: PON and Ethernet Point to Point solutions...........................................9
6.1.
Passive
Optical
Network
(PON)..................................................................................9
6.1.1. PON Active Equipment...................................................................................10
6.2.
Ethernet
Point-toPoint..............................................................................................10
6.2.1. Ethernet Point-to-Point solutions.....................................................................10
7. Customer premise Equipment (CPE) Deployments..........................................................11
7.1.
Cost
considerations............................................................................................12
7.2.
Capital
cost.........................................................................................................12
Operation

7.3.

cost....................................................................................................13
8. Fibre Access and infrastructure sharing............................................................................13
9. Description of FTTH Passive Infrastructure Network Elements......................................14
9.1.
Access
Node................................................................................................................15
Feeder

9.2.

Cabling.............................................................................................................15

9.3.

Primary

Fibre

Concentration

Point

(FCP)...................................................................15
9.4.
Distribution
Cabling.....................................................................................................16
9.5.
Secondary
Fibre
Concentration

Point

(FCP)...............................................................16
Drop

9.6.

Cabling................................................................................................................17
9.7.
Internal
Cabling...........................................................................................................18
10. Infrastructure Deployment Technologies..........................................................................19
10.1. Duct Network........................................................................................................19
10.2. Main Ducts Underground Systems....................................................................19
11. Patchcords and pigtails.20
12. Optical Splitters21
13. ISP Planning Project..........................................................................................................21
13.1. Purpose...................................................................................................................21
13.2. Project Objective....................................................................................................21
13.3. Flow Chart.............................................................................................................21
13.4. Theory/Principle....................................................................................................22
13.4.1. Horizontal Directional Drilling.......................................................................22
13.4.2. PVC pipes........................................................................................................22
13.4.3. Microducts.......................................................................................................23
13.4.4. Microduct Tube Connectors and Closures .....................................................24
13.4.5. Types of Microduct cable and Fibre Units......................................................26
13.5. Internal Cabling.....................................................................................................30
13.6. Indoor Cables.........................................................................................................31
13.7. Building Entry Point..............................................................................................33
13.8. Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)...................................................................34
14. Practical............................................................................................................................35
14.1. Project Feasibility Survey Report..........................................................................35
14.1.1.Site Details.....................................................................................35
14.1.2.Survey Checklist............................................................................35
14.1.3.Diagram of Society........................................................................36
15. BOQ of sector-6 Dwarka, Neha Project...............................................................................40