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Evolution of Submarine Cable, Network Design and Transmission Technologies

  • Date(s)
    Tuesday, 26 March 2019
  • Time(s)
    From 7:00 PM
  • Venue
    Rochestown Park Hotel

About the event

The submarine cable, first envisaged in the early 1830s was not feasible until the development of a proper insulation system, Gutta Perha, developed in Dublin, enabled the development of the submarine cable used in the early years of telegraph transmission. Soon cable design started to change and this was met with the development of new transmission technologies and Network Design. These leaps in developmental change are discussed along with the development in transmission technology.

About the speaker

Derek Cassidy is a past chairman of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and Chairman of the Irish Communication Research Group.  He is researching the history of communication in Ireland and is also a part-time PhD student in UCD. He works full time as an Engineer with a national communications company and has 21 years' experience in Submarine Cable Operations.

Admission

Free - all welcome!

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