Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab

Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab

Understand the need for channel emulation, the generation of dynamic parameters, and the impact of orbital kinematics on wideband signal communications.

Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab

In this course, we'll cover why channel emulation is needed for evolving satcom needs and delve into factors like dynamic parameters and orbital kinematics.

Why Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab?

New technologies like non-terrestrial networks (NTN) are pushing space and satellite system designers to create new links and ensure their performance. This course helps you understand the requirements of channel emulation for the testing of communication links in the lab. Learn the impact of both the Doppler shift and the fading of wideband signals. Get to know more about emulating an end to end communication link to a satellite in lower earth orbit (LEO), medium earth orbit (MEO), or greater earth orbit (GEO).

Who should take this course?

This course is designed for engineers working on space and satellite communications.

We'll help you:

  • Understand the requirements of channel emulation for the testing of communication links in the lab.
  • Learn the impact of both the Doppler shift and the fading of wideband signals. 
  • Determine how to emulate an end to end communication link to a satellite.

Duration:

30 min

Curriculum

  • Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab
  • Intro
  • Why Channel Emulation? (14 min)
  • 5G NTN: Global Broadband (9 min)
  • Training Resources
  • Training Resources & Survey
  • Survey - Help Us Improve This Course!

Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab

In this course, we'll cover why channel emulation is needed for evolving satcom needs and delve into factors like dynamic parameters and orbital kinematics.

Why Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab?

New technologies like non-terrestrial networks (NTN) are pushing space and satellite system designers to create new links and ensure their performance. This course helps you understand the requirements of channel emulation for the testing of communication links in the lab. Learn the impact of both the Doppler shift and the fading of wideband signals. Get to know more about emulating an end to end communication link to a satellite in lower earth orbit (LEO), medium earth orbit (MEO), or greater earth orbit (GEO).

Who should take this course?

This course is designed for engineers working on space and satellite communications.

We'll help you:

  • Understand the requirements of channel emulation for the testing of communication links in the lab.
  • Learn the impact of both the Doppler shift and the fading of wideband signals. 
  • Determine how to emulate an end to end communication link to a satellite.

Duration:

30 min

Curriculum

  • Successful Satellite Communication Starts in the Lab
  • Intro
  • Why Channel Emulation? (14 min)
  • 5G NTN: Global Broadband (9 min)
  • Training Resources
  • Training Resources & Survey
  • Survey - Help Us Improve This Course!