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African - VSAT Field Engineering Training Course
African eDevelopment Resource Centre
The VSAT Field Engineering Course is an intensive program designed for installers of bi-directional satellite earth stations. The Course will offer both theoretical and practical skills transfer as applicable to DVB/TDMA VSAT field engineers, support engineers and operational managers. The course is divided into two sessions, a class-room theory session that introduces participants to the basics of satellite communication and a practical session that covers the fundamentals that all VSAT field technicians should know, including cross-pol and accurate dish pointing.

Course objectives
This practical-oriented course is designed to ensure that all operational technicians/engineers acquire an understanding of the operational technology used in the DVB/TDMA VSAT industry. The goals are to enable the participants achieve a better understanding of the range of equipment and systems in use, and realise how they can relate to the various technical job responsibilities held. The programme also serves as a useful revision for more experienced technical personnel.

Who should Attend?
The course is designed for field engineers and satellite installers

By the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Understand why we use Satellites
  • Understand how does Satellites work
  • Know a VSAT Network Design and all its components
  • Know what a Link Budget is
  • Identify the different VSAT Services
  • Understand the process from applying to commissioning of a VSAT site
  • Perform a dish built and alignment
  • Mount a VSAT, align and commission

African eDevelopment Resouce Centre

Tel: 254 020 445 3 445   

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