|1.||To determine and critically evaluate the technical fundamentals to design microwave links;|
|2.||Apply high level technical competence in developing link budgets for a given microwave/satellite link;|
|3.||Generate appropriate solutions to the design requirements for a low earth orbit satellite and a geostationary satellite;|
|4.||Solve and implement techniques to guard against problems in satellite communications; and|
|5.||Critically appraise the limits of the link performance for both microwave and satellite links.|
|Test||Written Test (1.5 Hours - equivalent to 1500 words)||20%|
|Assignment||Lab simulation report (2500 words)||40%|
|Examination||Written examination (3 hours - equivalent to 3000 words)||40%|
Satellite communication system Engineering
Pritchard, W, 1993
Introduction to Satellite Communication,
Elbert, B., 1992,
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