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Jim Jenkins - Applied Technology Institute Jim Jenkins - Applied Technology Institute
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Dateline: Annapolis, MD
Friday, October 21, 2022


Clearly, since satellites operate in space, earth stations must be able to communicate with them, and they must be able to communicate with earth stations.  Without this ability to communicate, the satellite would be of no practical use to scientists and engineers.

Similarly, people must be able to communicate with each other on earth.  Telephone communications generally occur with cell phones that use land-based towers to transmit and receive data.  When we need to communicate from a remote location like the middle of the desert or the middle of the ocean, there will likely be no towers to support these communications; we must rely on satellite phones to relay data through satellites.  Again, there must be a way to communicate with the satellites, and then between satellites.

Satellite Communications are essential in today’s world, and a working knowledge of Satellite Communications is essential to any engineer working in this field. ATI is offering a courseSatellite Communications Design and Engineering in November, and again in February, to teach you what you need to know.  This three-day course is designed as a practical course for practicing engineers, and is intended for communications engineers, spacecraft engineers, managers and technical professionals who want both the “big picture” and a fundamental understanding of satellite communications.  You can learn more about the course, and register for it at the link found above.

And, as always, if you want to see the full set of courses offered at ATI, please visit us at www.aticourses.com.

About Applied Technology Institute (ATIcourses or ATI)

ATIcourses is a national leader in professional development seminars in the technical areas of space, communications, defense, sonar, radar, engineering, and signal processing. Since 1984, ATIcourses has presented leading-edge technical training to defense and NASA facilities, as well as DOD and aerospace contractors. ATI’s programs create a clear understanding of the fundamental principles and a working knowledge of current technology and applications. ATI offers customized on-site training at your facility anywhere in the United States, as well as internationally, and over 200 annual public courses in dozens of locations. ATI is proud to have world-class experts instructing courses. For more information, call 410-956-8805 or 1-888-501-2100 (toll free), or visit them on the web at www.ATIcourses.com.

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