This course is designed for candidates to develop the intermediate skills needed to understand the technology basics behind the functioning of the radio communication systems.
“Radio Operator” course gives the candidates the intermediate knowledge how radio technology works. The behaviour of radio waves and different frequencies will be explained, channel and modulation types will be distinguished, antennas and repeaters will be discussed, squelch and encryption types will be explained, coverage calculation will be demonstrated.
Includes: military snack/lunch and drink
Skill prerequisites and Requirements
The candidate does have to possess prior experience with radio communication devices and radio communication protocols (Radio Communications Basic Course).
130€ (VAT Included)
Next free term
5 September 2020 5 September 2020
- Radio Communication in general
- Radio Waves
- Metric prefixes
- Frequency Bands and UHF Bands
- Wave Propagation
- Fresnel Zone
- Wave Modulation
- Channel Types
- Channel spacing and Bandwidth
- Types Of Information
- Signal-to-noise Ratio
- Antenna Types
- Antenna Length and Wavelength
- Ground Plane
- Cables And Connectors
- Working Principle
- Types Of Radios
- Power Supplies
- Ferrite Choke
- Radio Gateways
- Radio Communication Structures
- Multiple Frequency Monitoring
- Radio Coverage Calculation
- Practical Exercises
The course will be taught using theoretical and practical exercises. The lectures will be conducted in the classroom, and the exercises will be held in the classroom and/or outside. The course candidates will be given the LYNX TC equipment during the course.
Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions. Candidates will Use our Portable and Mobile Radios, Repeaters, SDR, Laptops, etc.
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