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    Posted: 07/October/2008 at 23:37

Small Terminal Satellite Communications Training

The VSATs Training Course at the University of York.

 

VSATs - Very Small Aperture Terminals - support a range of highly effective broadband, Internet, and multimedia satellite communications services. The York VSATs Training Course deals with VSAT systems and satellite communications. It takes place at the University of York, York, UK.

The dates of the next course at York are to be agreed, but enquiries are constantly welcomed.

We also draw your attention to the IET Satellite Communications Summer School which will run 10th - 15th July 2011 in Guildford, Surrey, UK

This well-established Continuing Professional Development (CPD) short course provides a technical foundation in small terminal satellite communications together with an appreciation of the latest developments and the understanding to deal with VSATs and their applications.

The Course commences by developing a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of satellite links, and moves on to implementation issues and case studies.

The York VSATs Course has been running successfully now for 20 years, and is presented by leading experts in the field, drawn from acadaemia, industry, and service providers.


VSATs Course Outline
The Course will comprise lectures complemented by short presentations dealing with state-of-the art programmes and issues in VSAT communications.

The syllabus topics aim to 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 satellite communications.
Days 2 - 5 : VSAT Systems and Services
  VSAT Systems and Applications, Service Provision, Markets, Opportunities, Regulatory constraints; VSAT Network Implementation; Military Satcoms Systems; Broadband Multimedia Services; Internet service provision using DVB formats; Multicast Internet services via Satellite; Satellite TV and Digital Broadcasting; Mobile Terminals.
  Techniques and Implementation
  VSAT implementation issues; Antennas for VSAT Systems; Satellite Engineering; MF-TDMA; Bandwidth-on-Demand; 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.

Who should attend : All those requiring a technical understanding of small terminal satcom 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.

If you are looking for a practical VSATs Installer Training Course, you should probably explore instead the range of VSATs Training Courses and opportunities offered by the Global VSAT Forum (GVF) or look at those from OmniGlobe.

Presenters : The course is presented by recognised international experts drawn from the Industry, Service Providers and Academia.

Course Leader : Tim Tozer M.A., CEng, FIEE, MIEEE. (e-mail: tct@ohm.york.ac.uk)

Tim is leader of the Communications Research Group. Please visit our web-site for details of our research activities. 

Venue : The Course will be presented at the University of York, York, UK.

Accommodation : Details of accommodation in York will be provided on request.

Course Fee : TBC - but in the region of £1,750 + VAT. The fee includes lunch,refreshments, the Course Dinner, and a full set of prepared course notes.

Discounts : 5% discount when booking 3 months prior to the start of the course. 10% discount for 3 or more multiple bookings.

The course is stand-alone and non-assessed.

Continuing Professional Development

This course is co-sponsored by the IET, and we are an IET Endorsed Provider. The course is also affiliated with the Training Programme of the GVF.

The Department of Electronics is a member of the Global VSAT Forum.

 

 

To make a provisional reservation for the VSATs Course, or for more information, please visit our Continuing Professional Development site, or contact the CPD Co-ordinator:

CPD Co-ordinator
York EMC Services Ltd and Dept of Electronics
University of York,
Heslington,
YORK
YO10 5DD

Tel. +44 (0)1904 434440

Fax. +44 (0)1904 434434

Email: cpd@yorkemc.co.uk or cpdadmin@ohm.york.ac.uk

Web: www.yorkemc.co.uk and www.elec.york.ac.uk/cpd/

Enquiries may also be made to Tim Tozer [e-mail : tct@ohm.york.ac.uk]

You can also get information about the Department of Electronics.

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