Duration: 5 days
Satellites form an essential part of telecommunication systems worldwide, carrying large amounts of data and telephony traffic in addition to TV signals. It offers a number of features not readily available with other means of communications such as a combination of capabilities such as multiple access, multi-purpose, distance insensitivity, etc. This course provides a comprehensive treatment of this dynamic area of engineering – spanning several areas including orbitals, launch mechanics, propagation, satellite antennas, link engineering, spacecraft and earth station technology. The course is technically oriented and involves mathematical computations.
Who will Benefit:
Engineering staff involved in the planning, implementation and operations of satellite systems
Participants should have a sound understanding of radio fundamentals or should have attended the RF Crash Course.
Mode of Delivery:
Consultant led classes with exercises, videos and demonstration applets.
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