SBE, NAB to Present Satellite Uplink Operators Training Workshop

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Washington and Indianapolis - Jul 17, 2013 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers and the National Association of Broadcasters are partnering to present the NAB\SBE Satellite Uplink Operators Training Workshop. Held at NAB headquarters Sept. 30 - Oct. 3, 2013, the workshop will provide instruction on how to comply with FCC satellite regulations through formal training on the technical and operational practices that ensure safe, interference-free satellite transmissions for digital video and broadcast systems.

The workshop will be led by telecommunications expert Sidney Skjei of Skjei Telecom. With more than 30 years experience in engineering, operating and developing a wide range of hardware and software for satellite communications systems and services, Skjei is highly knowledgeable in all major satellite communications operational areas.

Members of the SBE and the NAB receive discounted registration. More info at the SBE and NAB websites. Register online or by calling the NAB at 202-429-5346.

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