ATI Introduces NEW Tropospheric impairment prediction at high frequencies course

Tropospheric impairment prediction at high frequencies is 4-day course is aimed at satellite communications engineers who wish to increase their understanding of the impact that the atmosphere, and particularly the troposphere, has on geostationary satellite links. The course will present the concepts going from general elements to specific techniques and illustrate them using practical examples […]
Tropospheric impairment prediction at high frequencies is 4-day course is aimed at satellite communications engineers who wish to increase their understanding of the impact that the atmosphere, and particularly the troposphere, has on geostationary satellite links. The course will present the concepts going from general elements to specific techniques and illustrate them using practical examples of satellite coverage planning for DTH and broadband services, incorporating MatlabĀ® and VBA-based implementations of the current ITU-R prediction models. After this course you will have obtained additional tools and knowledge to perform geostationary satellite link design at high frequencies, incorporating best practices and international performance recommendations, and to identify the limitations associated with current methods for propagation impairment prediction. The course is taught by industry experts Dr. Lorenzo Luini and Mr. Luis Emiliani, GENG. Keep an eye on our schedule to attend this new and exiting course.
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