National level Workshop on RF system for Satellite 2018

Event Description

To provide basic knowledge in RF design considerations, Data Communication and include example which are relevant to current industry requirements involved in satellite and space environment. Eminent personalities from ISRO and SAMEER will kindle our thoughts in RF design constraints related with satellite viz temperature (-55 to +85C), temperature radiation, bottleneck problems, impedance matching, stability, material selection, bias sequencing, reverse bias protection, design related problems like link margin, bandwidth, beam shape and reflection etc. With the excellence in the academics and experiences in the research projects Veltech Institutions are also encouraged and supported to start the research activities in the aerospace area and especially space technology and applications. As a part of this, with the encouragement and support provided by ISRO for development of the small satellites with innovative payload experiments, it is proposed to develop a nano satellite with a bus concept, so as to use the same bus with innovative payloads in different missions. The nano satellite proposed is of 10 Kg mass and size of 200mm x 200mm x 200mm with four deployable solar panels and supporting the power requirement of power greater than 15watts, with lithium ion batteries to support the eclipse and during peak loads. Participants have an opportunity to discuss with “VelSmall Satellite” experts and sub system engineers. This workshop will be beneficially to the students those who are working in RF design, nano satellite communication and ground subsystem engineers.

 

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Departments That Are Eligible for Participated In this Fest :
  • Aeronautics Engineering
  • Science, Technology, and Society
  • Automobile Engineering
Event Categories In This Fest:
  • Workshop

Event Organizers Details

R. Gopikaramanan,

faculty convener,

contact no: 9600040253,

email-id: dindoffice@veltech.edu.in,

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