Satellite Communications Technical Overview
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This course is designed to give new entrants to the satellite communications industry a basic overview of the main principles, components and protocols that make up satellite communications.
Anyone requiring an introduction to satellite communications systems.
For private groups the course can be customised to focus on specific topics of interest.
Day 1 (14 topics)
- Why Satellite?
- Overview of components making a satellite connection
- Feed designs etc
- Mechanical considerations such as tracking, de-ice etc
- OMT, LNA, LNB, Field measurements
- Cable (IFL) installations, types, problems
- The Satellite Modem
- Satellite Modem Options (common usage)
- Examples of Satellite links
Day 2 (11 topics)
- Review of Day 1
- Examples of satellite links
- Upconvertors, PA's etc
- IF and SHF paths in satellite system (Uplink power calculations), (field measurements)
- Satellite link/earth station problem solving
- The Data interface (available types and usage etc)
- User interfaces and systems connectivity (clocking issues etc)
- Network management sub-systems (VSat)
- COTS - v - Bespoke
- Satellite operators requirements
As a new entrant course there are no prerequisites. It is helpful however if delegates have a basic understanding of networking principles as the course is although aimed at an overview level, is technical.
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Different pricing structures are available including special offers. These include early bird, late availability, multi-place, corporate volume and self-funding rates. Please arrange a discussion with a training advisor to discover your most cost effective option.