ITC 2015 SHORT COURSE SYNOPSIS
ALL SHORT COURSES
WILL BE CONDUCTED ON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2015
FROM 9AM TO 5PM
Are you looking for an opportunity to expand your knowledge base, improve your job skills, brush up on telemetry concepts, or just learn something new about telemetry?
As part of the goals of the IFT and ITC to stimulate the technical growth and further education in the field of telemetry, the conference offers an extensive short course program for attendees at the conference. These courses are taught by outstanding telemetry professionals and cover a wide range of topics. This is a great opportunity to meet your mandatory training requirements and to expand your horizons.
All attendees will be provided a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
These courses fill up quickly, so be sure to include your course
selection with your early registration!
Download the Synopsis here: DOWNLOAD HERE Updated 07/23/15
Short Courses Available:
- ADVANCED MODULATION & DEMODULATION TECHNIQUES FOR TELEMETRY
- BASICS OF AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTATION
- BASIC SIGNALS AND MODULATION
- BASIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
- CCSDS TUTORIAL
- FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROWAVES AND RF
- iNET TELEMETRIC NETWORKS
- INTRODUCTION TO ANALYZING ETHERNET DATA
- INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC TEST & ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
- PRINCIPLES AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE IRIG 106-15 CHAPTER 10 DIGITAL RECORDING STANDARD
- SPECTRUM AND SIGNAL ANALYSIS
Please register for these courses when you register for the conference. See Left Menu Registration.
UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE MR. FRANK KENDALL ENCOURAGES DOD PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT OF ITC CONFERENCES
"The Department is the single largest employer of scientists and engineers in the United States. Maintaining professional currency is an important part of this investment in human capital. Science and technology (S&T) conferences and symposia, at which technical data and information is exchanged, are potentially-beneficial both for maintaining technical competence and for the professional development of DoD scientists and engineers."