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Klapanunggal, April 24, 2018. JTE Untirta lecturers and students who are taking Satellite Communication courses visit the Main Satellite Control Station of Telekomunikasi Indonesia located on Jl. Raya Narogong No.KM. 26.5, Yellow Flower, Klp. Nunggal, Bogor, West Java. The delegation was led by the Chairman of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Dr. Supriyanto. According to Dr. Supriyanto this visit in order to implement the fourth mission of JTE Untirta is to build synergy with stakeholders and other universities in order to realize the quality improvement of Tridharma Perguruan Tinggi. In addition, this visit can be regarded as an outing class for Satellite Communication courses cared for by Mr. Herudin


he Main Control Station The visited satellite is the controlled place for Indonesian communication satellites managed by PT. Telkom which is the only state-owned telecommunication company. According to Mr. Rusmawan, one of the managers who gave a warm welcome on the visit, this control station is the only one in Indonesia. However there is a back up station in Banjarmasin. He invited the entourage to attend the lectures given by the controllers who are daily tasked to control the satellite. After attending the lecture, the entourage is welcome to visit the field which is up to 2 ha and filled by a large parabolic antenna, as in the background of the following Picture:


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Interesting information was delivered by Bang Deni who gave us a public lecture. He conveyed that communications satellites owned by Indonesia and managed by PT. The first Telkom Satellite Palapa A made Indonesia the third country to have satellites. Meanwhile, Indonesia currently has two satellites and will launch another satellite called Satellite Merah Putih in the middle of this year.


IInteresting information was delivered by Bang Deni who gave us a public lecture. He conveyed that communications satellites owned by Indonesia and managed by PT. The first Telkom Satellite Palapa A made Indonesia the third country to have satellites. Meanwhile, Indonesia currently has two satellites and will launch another satellite called Satellite Merah Putih in the middle of this year.


The visit ends with a field review, observing the parabolic antenna of various sizes. According to Bang Deni who accompanied us, the size of the largest antenna diameter 16 m. While our satellites orbit at an altitude of about 36,000 km above the earth's surface. Interesting info from Mas Purwa who also accompanied us, it turns out our satellite is not alone, but almost every degree there is a satellite. It requires good control so that it does not collide with each other and / or interference.

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