The SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) is a Learned Society whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. The Society provides a forum for the exchange of technical information and experience through formal publications and lectures as well as social interaction between members. It particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in this field. As a Learned Society, SCTE is able to provide broadband industry accreditation and certification for its members, giving them professional standing within the industry.

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Don’t miss the SCTE Spring Lecture

This year’s SCTE Spring Lecture will take place on Wednesday 27 March 2019 at the National Conference Centre (National Motorcycle Museum) in Solihull (near the NEC in Birmingham, UK). The Spring Lecture will be centred on wireless technologies, Full Duplex DOCSIS and optical fibre, with perspectives from two network operators. Lunch is free for SCTE members, and free entry is also offered to the National Motorcyle Museum.

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Join us at the SCTE Annual Gala Awards Dinner

The SCTE’s annual Gala Awards Dinner & Dance, the highlight of the Society’s social calendar, will return to the Old Palace at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire (UK) on Saturday 29 June 2019. Hatfield House, built in 1611, is a celebrated Jacobean house standing majestically in its own Great Park. The Old Palace, which was built at the earlier time of 1497, was once owned by Henry VIII, father of Elizabeth I, who used it as a home for his children and it was while she was living at the Old Palace in 1558, that Elizabeth learned of her accession to the throne.

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