Satcoms 2015 (photo)

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

The 30th Anniversary IET Satellite Communication Systems course has now taken place.


A diverse group of UK and international delegates participated in 22 in-depth sessions supported through the industry-focused projects, live demos and a technical visit to the Satellite Applications Catapult in Harwell.


The 30th successful year of the course was celebrated with a special dinner and a cake. We wish to extend our thanks to all delegates, and to our course leaders and tutors who have helped make this course such a success over several decades.


Find out more about the course.


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.


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Here’s what our delegates have said this year:

"The IET Satcoms course was really great as content and knowledge transferred, but it was also the result of fantastic organisational work!"

"Great idea having these projects! Allows you to put it all together on a practical project and on a team basis."

"The visit to the Catapult Centre in Harwell was very interesting."

"Fantastic course – so much hard work but rewarding. Thanks to all, particularly the course organizer who did a good job. Thank you."

The next edition of the course will return in September 2016. Please contact Rafal Kornatowski, IET Event Producer at to register your interest.

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