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Small Satellite Terminal Communications

A unique, intensive 5-day coverage of VSAT systems, technology, applications and opportunities.
 
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Course duration: 5 days
 
One-company training courses

Satellite systems training can be provided on-site World-Wide, and at our training centres World-Wide.

 
Course benefits
Satellite communications systems using Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs) are well established world-wide. VSAT systems serve a wide variety of communications requirements and can provide highly effective broadband, Internet and multimedia services. The Course gives a technical foundation for all those involved with VSATs, coupled with an appreciation of the latest developments, and provides the understanding to deal with VSAT communications and services.

Who should attend?
All those requiring a technical understanding of VSAT systems as well as detailed knowledge of current systems design. The course will serve practising engineers and information technologists as well as managers, users and those concerned about the impact of VSATs. Some basic knowledge of telecommunications principles and/or data protocols will be assumed.

Pre-requisites
Delegates should have existing experience in telecommunications or data networking prior to attending this course.

Course 6055: Content

Summary of Course content
The course aims to provide state-of-the-art exposition of practical VSAT technology and systems, together with a grounding in the fundamentals of satellite communications.
Attendees will learn:

  • What VSATs are, and their applications areas
  • The technical background of satellite communications
  • To perform Link Budget analyses and understand system impairments
  • Features of VSAT data networks and service provision
  • Principles of data protocols and network management in VSAT systems
  • Implications and practice of multimedia and Internet service delivery
  • Planning and sizing of VSAT networks
  • Technology issues for VSAT systems
  • Appreciation of regulatory constraints, the market, and business opportunities
  • The status of current VSAT programmes
The Course will comprise lectures complemented by short presentations dealing with state-of-the art programmes and issues in VSAT communications.
 

The syllabus topics provisionally include:

Day 1:

Satcom system fundamentals
Introduction to VSAT Systems
Principles of Satellite Communications
Data Transmission and Protocols
Link Budgets
Modulation and Coding for VSAT Systems
Satellite Access Techniques
Propagation Effects for VSAT Systems

Days 2 - 5:

VSAT Systems and Services
VSAT Systems and Applications
VSAT Service Provision, Markets and Opportunities
VSAT Regulatory Issues
VSAT Networks; Military VSAT Systems
Broadband Multimedia Services
Internet service provision using DVB formats
Multicast internet services via Satellite
Satellite Digital Broadcasting

Techniques and Implementation
VSAT implementation issues
Antennas for VSAT Systems
Satellite Engineering
TCP/IP for VSATs
Monitoring and control & network management systems

Case Studies and Analysis
Comparative Study of New VSAT Systems
VSAT Performance Enhancements
Practical VSAT Operations
Operational support systems for Satcoms
Broadband interactive services
Current and future commercial VSAT systems and services.

LEVER Technology Group plc, Ebor Court, Westgate, Leeds, LS1 4ND, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 113 398 3300

Course website : Lever
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