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VSAT training : Kenya : 22-25 May 2012

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Eric Johnston
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May 16th, 2012 at 10:17pm  
Invitation to Intensive VSAT Field Engineering + Wifi System Engineering Training on May 22-25, 2012  at the African eDevelopment Resource Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.

African eDevelopment Resource Centre (AeRC) would like to invite delegates to a 5 day Intensive VSAT Field Engineering + WIFI System Engineering Training.

Dates: May 22-25 2012     Venue:- eDevelopment Resource Centre, Nairobi-Kenya

The Course will offer both theoretical and practical skills transfer as applicable to DVB/TDMA VSAT field engineers, support engineers and operational managers. This course is designed for people who:

Need to gain knowledge of the satellite industry. These are decision makers and buyers.
Want to know more about satellites. Any one that want to understand the basics of satellite communication.
Want to install VSAT systems. Engineers and installers needing practical experience on installing and commissioning VSAT equipment.

The course will cover the following areas:

Why we use Satellites. Reasons why satellite is used opposed to fiber, cable or microwave.
How does Satellites work? Detailed explanation of a satellite from design to operational.
VSAT Network Design. Components that make up a VSAT network.
Link Budget. Explanation of why we need link budgets and how to understand a link budget
VSAT Services. Discuss the different types of services and the benefits of the types of services.
Practical Theory. Understand the process from applying to commissioning of a VSAT site
Demonstration of a dish built and alignment
Practical by Students
Identify and describe the strengths, weaknesses, appropriate uses, and implementation of the IEEE 802.11 security-related items
Describe, explain, and illustrate the appropriate applications for the wireless security solutions; Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS), Security Monitoring, Containment, and Reporting
Describe the following General Security Policy elements
Describe the Functional Security Policy elements in Wireless systems and networks; SOHO, SMB and Large Enterprise networks
Design and Implementation Best Practices in wireless networks
Conduct essential security surveys to assess the presence and vulnerabilities of WLANs.
Understand and apply the essential concepts of Radio Frequency (RF) technology, including RF planning, RF-related calculations and spread spectrum technologies.

I look forward to be of service to you should you need more information.
Martin Kinuthia +254 725 855 249

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Reply #1 - Jul 3rd, 2012 at 6:14pm  
Hi Eric, when next will you have this training again.
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Reply #2 - Sep 19th, 2012 at 7:20am  
There is a course for the same kicking off on the 26th to the 28th of September 2012.

Email for more details.

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