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Presentation on Section Support Via Region (SSVR) Spending. Shahidul Islam Khan Chair IEEE Bangladesh Section. IEEE Bangladesh Section. Workshop On Telecommunication Engineering. Date: Thursday, 22 September, 2005 Venue: Seminar Room, Auditorium Complex Duration of Workshop: one day

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presentation on section support via region ssvr spending

Presentation on Section Support Via Region (SSVR) Spending

Shahidul Islam Khan

Chair

IEEE Bangladesh Section

IEEE Bangladesh Section

workshop on telecommunication engineering
Workshop On Telecommunication Engineering
  • Date: Thursday, 22 September, 2005
  • Venue: Seminar Room, Auditorium Complex
  • Duration of Workshop: one day
  • Number of Lectures: 4
  • Number of Participants: 74

IEEE Bangladesh Section

lectures
Lectures

Use of Telecommunication in Power System Operation and

Management

Speaker: Muhammad Elias, Deputy General Manager, Power Grid Company of Bangladesh

Railway Signal & Telecommunication System

Speaker: Khandker Shahidul Islam, Additional Chief Engineer, Signal & Telecom, Bangladesh Railway

Wavelength Division Multiplexing Optical Transmission Systems:

Present Scenario & Future Prospects

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Satya Prasad Majumder, Dept. of EEE, BUET

Latest Development in Mobile Technology

Speaker: Ahmed El Noamany, Manager, VAS Engineering & Development,Banglalink Ltd.

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description
Description
  • Participants were mostly undergraduate students, some post graduate students also attended the workshop. Participants included student members from three out of four student branches in Bangladesh.
  • Registration fee was not charged on IEEE student members.
  • Tk. 100 registration fee was charged on IEEE nonmembers.
  • Registration included two snacks, lunch and lecture materials, pen and a file.

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Description
  • Course Coordinator:
    • Asif I. Khan, Chair, BUET Student Branch
    • Amir A. Asif, Vice-chair, BUET Student Branch
  • Event Management:
    • Samia N. Rahman, Secretary, BUET Student Branch
    • Khalid N. Sakib, IT Coordiantor, BUET Student Branch

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reason for choosing the topic
Reason for choosing the topic

Telecommunication engineering being the most expanding technological sector in Bangladesh since 2000, is also one of the major employers of electrical and electronic engineers of the country. Such a workshop would help the participants keep track of the cutting edge technologies and burning issues as well as enable them to interact with professionals and help them get a practical view of the field. This expands their career prospects too.

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theme
Theme

The theme of the workshop to focus on the use and evolution of communication systems in various engineering fields.

The fields are:

  • Power systems in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Railway
  • Cellular Mobile Communication
  • Optical Communication Systems

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Use of Telecommunication in Power System Operation and

Management

Speaker: Muhammad Elias, Deputy General Manager, Power Grid Company of Bangladesh

In the first lecture, Mr. Elias focused on use of different communication modes to acquire data from remote locations in the power systems. He discussed the role of Power Line Carrier (PLC), microwave link, DVFTN, VHF link for SCADA systems. Finally he shed light on recent NLDC project, which is going to use optical fiber as backbone communication link.

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Railway Signal & Telecommunication System

Speaker: Khandker Shahidul Islam, Additional Chief Engineer, Signal & Telecom, Bangladesh Railway

In the second lecture, Mr. Islam described impact of the optical fiber backbone network belonging to Bangladesh Railway, on the ICT revolution in Bangladesh. He discussed how the impediments for implementing such a cutting edge technology was overcome in the 1980s and how the huge financial deficits were met up by leasing the backbone to commercial vendors.

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Wavelength Division Multiplexing Optical Transmission Systems:

Present Scenario & Future Prospects

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Satya Prasad Majumder, Dept. of EEE, BUET

Prof Majumder discussed basic principles of wavelength division multiplexing as used in optical transmission systems. His lecture also included OFDM schemes, OCDMA, optical amplifiers, fiber access networks, optical cross connects, OTDM. He elucidated the fiber submarine links and impact of Bangladesh’s proposed linkage with the IT superhighway through SEA-ME-WE-4 submarine cable . Finally he described the current research aspect on WDM.

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Latest Development in Mobile Technology

Speaker: Ahmed El Noamany, Manager, VAS Engineering & Development,Banglalink Ltd.

In the final lecture, Mr. Noamany enchanted the audience by his lucid presentation on recent developments in Cellular Mobile Communication. He described the basic concepts of IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS), Push to Talk (PTT) and BlackBerry. For each case he described the system architectures, end user experience and major limitations .

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expense statement
Expense Statement

Approved SSVR US$500

Expenditure US$450

Income US$50

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feedback from the participants
Feedback from the Participants

Enormous was the feedback from the participants. The participants are enthusiastic about such workshops in the future. The lecturers also got a platform for discussing their ideas with the students. Such a workshop provides platform for interaction between the professionals and the students.

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Thank you

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Questions and Comments

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