On Satellite Communications Course Reform in Universities of 211 Project


Satellite communications is not only a key technical for students who major in information subject must know well, but also a satellite cultural background course at the information age. Based on the current situation and characteristics of Universities of 211 Project, such as teaching objectives, course settings, and too much categories of professional courses but class hour reduced. From the point of view of teaching contents and methods, the reform contents and the characteristic requirements of the satellite communications course are presented, especially, the proposed reform to satellite communications materials and experimental content can meet the needs of the new times.

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Xia, K. , Zhang, Z. , Liu, J. and Chi, Y. (2012) On Satellite Communications Course Reform in Universities of 211 Project. Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 2, 87-90. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B021.

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