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Satellite Communications - 16 - 20 April 2018

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This popular and intensive course provides delegates with an in-depth background of satellite communication techniques as well as a state of the art update on key emerging technologies and future systems. The course is ideal for engineers practising within the Satellite Communications field or for those in allied fields requiring an update in this area. A basic knowledge of Communications is assumed.

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SB1149/18

Course Dates

16th April 2018 – 20th April 2018

Course Leader

Barbara Steel
Course Description

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Through a series of intensive lectures and a hands-on project the course aims to:

  • Provide an in-depth treatment of satellite communication systems operation and planning.
  • Provide in-depth understanding of modern satellite multiple access, modulation and coding schemes.
  • Review the state of the art in new research areas such as speech and video coding, satellite networking and satellite personal communications.

 

Delegates should leave the course with a knowledge of:

  • Link budgets & planning
  • Modulation, coding & multiple access
  • Digital audio/video broadcasting
  • Satellite Personal Communication Systems
  • Satellite Networking

 

Plus a good all round idea of current and emerging systems and technologies for the future.

Because the course also gives emphasis to the theoretical aspects of the subject delegates will gain a comprehensive understanding of the field. Consequently they will be better placed to apply their knowledge to the workplace.

Price per person, including lunch, refreshments and printed course notes is £1750 for early bird payments received by 16 March 2018, the early bird rate for IET Members (proof of membership needed) is £1650 for payments received by 16 March 2018.

 

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