- Spectrum management
Part A : SM for HF Systems
The aim of this course is to obtain a working knowledge, and a sufficient understanding of spectrum management issues, areas and challenges for HF systems. Additionally, the aim is to obtain knowledge of the required technical and operational conditions applicable for HF systems for commercial and governmental purposes.
Part B: Science Services
The course aims to teach the students the basic spectrum management concepts related to the science services, at a level that upon the successful completion of the course allows them to participate in national and international spectrum management activities.
Part C: Maritime Services
The aim of this course is to obtain working knowledge and sufficient understanding of systems spectrum management issues, areas and challenges, for maritime communication systems. Additionally, to obtain knowledge of the required technical and operational conditions applicable for maritime systems for commercial and governmental purposes.
Part D: Amateur Services
A solid understanding of the amateur services and spectrum management. Participants will learn about the use of amateur radio by individuals and groups, the regulatory structure and how the service can benefit the growth of human resources for the radiocommunications profession. Basic knowledge of communication techniques used by amateurs and licensing initiatives will also taught, together with some practical issues that amateurs face in making use of the spectrum.