SCTE New England

Aug 17,

10:30 - 11:30 AM

DAA Duo: Flexing Both MAC & PHY
(Mt. Rainier Chapter)

  • Following years of trials and tribulations, cable operators and vendors are increasingly rolling out distributed access architecture (DAA) technology to shift key functions and equipment from the cable headend to the HFC access network, thereby expanding the network's capacity to deliver new, more advanced services and operate more efficiently and effectively.

  • Now, thanks to CableLabs' new Flexible MAC Architecture (FMA) spec, industry technologists can freely choose among Remote PHY, Remote MAC/PHY, virtual CMTS and other DAA variants to meet their customer needs.

  • This webinar will explore the latest advances in FMA and other DAA tech standards, as well as look at where the industry stands with DAA trials and deployments now.

Aug 17,

12 - 2 PM

Fiber To the Home Overview
(Cactus Chapter)

  • Join us for a fiber 101 training which covers how fiber works, the basic theory, as well as a FTTH overview.

  • Presented by Dan Deutmeyer, Amphenol

  • 9 to 10:30 a.m. MST

Aug 18,

11 AM

SCTE® LiveLearning:
Closing the Rural Digital Divide

  • With the US government now doling out $9.2 billion from the new Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) to spur broadband deployment in rural areas and much more aid likely on the way from President Biden's infrastructure bill, service providers of all kinds are now angling for a share of the large funding pie.

  • How much can cable operators, other providers and vendors leverage RDOF and other new federal funding programs to close the rural digital divide with fiber builds and fixed wireless? What kinds of systems are operators and vendors looking to build or expand? What are the biggest challenges they face in wiring rural america and how can they meet these challenges?

  • In this session, we will address these questions and more.

Aug 18,

10 - 11:30 AM

Aerial/Underground & Bucket Safety
(Greater Chicago Chapter)

  • We will be going over Aerial and Underground best safety practices along with general bucket safety.

  • Presented by Alex Pulido, Comcast, and Kyle Haak, Altec

Aug 18,

1 - 3:30 PM

Professional Development 2022
(Great Lakes Chapter)

  • Join us for two leadership topics:

  • Multigenerational Workplaces presented by Danny Kim

  • Making Difficult Conversations Less Difficult by Sara Noll Wilson

Aug 24,

10 - 11:30 AM
2:30 - 4 PM

Intro to FTTx & Next Generation
(Emerald Coast Chapter)

  • This course will describe Fiber transmission fundamentals and the passive devices that deliver the services in the newest generations of equipment.

  • Two sessions:
    9am to 10:30 Central
    1:30pm to 3pm Central

Aug 25,

9:30 - 11:30 AM

WiFi 6/IEEE 802.11ax Training
(Gateway Chapter)

  • An overview of how Wi-Fi has evolved up to Wi-Fi 6, as well as the specific benefits of Wi-Fi 6, and common wireless issues/obstacles and how to work around them.

  • 8:30am to 10:30am CST

Aug 30,

8 - 10 AM

Fundamentals of Proactive Network Maintenance
(Snake River Chapter)

  • Who: Juan Castro

  • What: Fundamentals of Proactive Network Maintenance [PNM]

  • When: August 30th

  • Where: Virtual via MS Teams

  • Two MS Teams invites will be sent out soon so please keep an eye on your email for the invitations.

  • To register please contact Brett Schwarz or speak with a local chapter board member in your system.



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