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Assisting PTT Administrations upgrade to INTELSAT 120 MBit/s TDMA/DSI Operations

Provision of assistance to a number of PTT's (Greece, Philippines, Thailand) in planning for and specifying the upgrading of their earth stations for operation with the INTELSAT 120 MBit/s TDMA/DSI system. This was done under the auspices of the INTELSAT IADP Programme and under contract to INTELSAT.
Provision of Training Materials to PTT Administrations for Earth Station Operations Staff

Provision of training materials on the INTELSAT 120 MBit/s TDMA/DSI system to many PTT Administrations for the training of their operations staff.
Provision of Training Materials to NEC, Japan

Production of technical and training material on the INTELSAT 120 MBit/s TDMA/DSI system for NEC of Japan, for use in their contract with INTELSAT for the provision of the INTELSAT TDMA Reference Earth Stations.
Provision of Training Materials to INTELSAT

Provision of training material to INTELSAT for use by the operations staff of all Reference Earth Stations in the INTELSAT 120 MBit/s TDMA/DSI system.
Earth Station Technology Course for Arab Nations

Prepared material for and presented a one week course entitled "Earth Station Technology" to delegates from 11 Arab countries which was hosted by the Moroccan PTT in Rabat, on behalf of INTELSAT. The seminar was organised by INTELSAT and chaired by the Director General of the Moroccan PTT.
Training of BT Training Staff

Involvement in the provision of training materials in Earth Station Technology to British Telecom (BT), and the training of BT training staff to enable them to provide Earth Station Technology training courses to their customers.
The OLYMPUS Satellite Users' Guide

Following the successful launch of the OLYMPUS satellite in 1989, Carrick Communications prepared the document "The Use and Performance Characteristics of the OLYMPUS Satellite" for ESA. This was the "Users' Guide" to the satellite.