Internet System Installer Training
Internet systems transmit data as well
as receive. While satellite TV dishes can usually be pointed by
hand, satellite Internet systems require a much more technical and
much more accurate installation and pointing. There is also a safety consideration, as improper installation and precautions could cause unwanted exposure to high wattage RF, which can actually stop a cardiac pacemaker.
Transmitting data from a poorly aimed satellite Internet antenna can also interfere with other satellite networks on the same or different satellite. This is known as adjacent satellite interference or simply "ASI". If there is a report of ASI by any user, immediate steps have to be taken to identify and deactivate that antenna.
of a two-way satellite Internet system by anyone other than a qualified
technician is a punishable violation of Federal Communications Commission
rules, and opens the installer/owner up to serious legal liabilities.
Satellite Technologies is a certified satellite training company,
and offers satellite Installer training classes designed to qualify
and certify individuals to install and point two-way satellite Internet
systems. This training is offered only to existing Mobil Satellite Technologies multiple-location customers, or new customers who purchase multiple satellite systems.
Training can be held at any suitable customer provided location.
The class is one full day, and may be attended by up to four people.
A satellite dish must be present at the location, or one may be
rented for training at additional expense. If this training is to
be for a larger group, it can also be spaced out over multiple days
to allow multiple shifts or employee groups to attend.
attending this comprehensive training and receiving your certification,
you or your personel will be able to install and point your own
fixed satellite dish system, and move it and re-install it whenever
and wherever you need.
HughesNet compatible Internet dishes are required to be installed
and aimed by a trained and certified technician, or pointed by an
approved, fully automatic, self-aligning antenna mount (please check
with a Sales Engineer for pricing). In addition, HughesNet also
requires the installing technician must also be HughesNet certified
and have a HughesNet issued installer ID number.
professional installation of iDirect or ViaSat Exede systems simply requires
a that a qualified, trained two-way satellite installer aim and
cross pol the antenna. Installation of a satellite
Internet system may require familiarity with satellite Internet modems,
options files and how to upload them, commissioning, as well as other specialized
Mobilsat VSAT installation training will teach you everything you
will need to know to successfully install these satellite Internet systems in complience
with FCC rules. By the end of the class, you or your installation
technician will be familiar with the process and procedures to install
and commission any iDirect or ViaSat Exede satellite systems and will receive an installation
training certificate of completion.
terms, scheduling, and cost are the same for either HughesNet or
VSAT installation training.
training - 1 day - up to 4 people - $1,200 plus expenses (hotel
For equipment pricing and ordering information Click
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or call 757-312-8300
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