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20 - 25 September 2015 | Milton Hill House, Oxford, UK

The IET Satellite Communication Systems is a residential course offering a comprehensive insight into modern Satcom technology.

 

You will experience six days packed full of in-depth tutorials and practical projects led by expert speakers from industry and academia.

 

For the 30th anniversary edition, the course content has been updated to give you a solid appreciation of the world of satellite communications applications and engineering.

 

The 2015 programme is tailored to the needs of both experienced engineers and non-technical staff - your knowledge is built up sequentially and in the most accessible way.

 

So, if you are moving into Satcoms for the first time, or simply wish to develop your expertise in this important topic, this course represents even greater value than previously!

 

If you have any queries please contact Rafal Kornatowski, Event Producer.

 

Find out more about the course.

CPD

This conference can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn 36 hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.

 

Travel awards

If you would like to broaden your professional experience through undertaking a study tour, working in industry or attending a conference then why not apply for one of the IET Travel Awards?

 

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Past delegate comments

"Probably the best multi-day course I’ve been on... Thanks to all involved in organising it!"

"Great programme! A lot to think about and hopefully to look forward to in my exposure to satellite communications.”

“Excellent interaction with the highly experienced presenters.”

"I found the project to be a very engaging and practical application of the theory learnt."

The course seems very well balanced. It takes attendees from the basics of the subject through to the applications and gives a good grounding in the technical and operational issues."

"Good, dynamic and informative sessions. The use of simplified examples enhanced the learning."

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