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  • Welcome to Microwave-Link.com

    Find out information on technology, deployment and applications for modern Digital Microwave Links CableFree MW Link installed on a telecom tower Microwave links are widely used for connectivity in modern digital IP

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  • QAM Modulation for Microwave Links

    1. What is QAM? Modulation is a data transmission technique that transmits a message signal inside another higher frequency carrier by altering the carrier to look more like the message. Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) is a form of modulation that uses two carriers

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  • Fresnel Zone – Microwave Planning

    In radio communications, a Fresnel zone (/freɪˈnɛl/ fray-nel), , is one of a (theoretically infinite) number of concentric ellipsoids which define volumes in the radiation pattern of a (usually) circular aperture. Fresnel zones result from diffraction by the circular a

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  • Full Outdoor Radio (FOR) Microwave Links

    Full Outdoor Radio (FOR) A popular choice for modern IP networks is the Full Outdoor Radio (FOR). Also called “Zero Footprint Radio”, “All Outdoor Radio”, “Outdoor IP Radio”. In an FOR, the radio includes the modem, user network interface and all RF processing sections

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  • XPIC – Cross Polarization Interference Cancellation

    XPIC is a feature used on Carrier-Class Microwave Link installations to increase capacity and spectral efficiency of a link. A Microwave Link using XPIC technology capabilities effectively doubles the potential capacity of a Microwave Path. XPIC allows the assignment of the same

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  • Microwave Link Technology

    Introduction to Microwave Example of a CableFree Microwave Link Installation Microwave is a line-of-sight wireless communication technology that uses high frequency beams of r

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  • MIMO Technology for Microwave Links

    An Introduction to MIMO Radio technology In radio technology, multiple-input and multiple-output, or MIMO , is a method for multiplying the capacity of a radio link using multiple transmit and receive antennas to exploit multipath propagation. MIMO Radio TechnologyMIMO

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  • Key technologies in a modern Microwave Network

    Key technologies used in modern Microwave Networks – what to look out for: Build faster, more efficient microwave networks Critical features of a modern microwave network product range let you deliver more data with superior performance while

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  • Microwave Mobile Backhaul

    Packet Microwave Radios for Mobile Backhaul To deliver a compelling quality of experience for subscribers, you must respond quickly to growing traffic demands. Modern Packet Microwave Mobile Backhaul products help you maximize the network’s performance by enabling rapid d

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  • Rain Fade on Microwave Links

    Microwave Link Rain FadeRain fade refers primarily to the absorption of a microwave radio frequency (RF) signal by atmospheric rain, snow or ice, and losses which are especially prevalent at frequencies above 11 GHz. It also refers to the degrad

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