microwave link


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microwave link

[′mī·krə‚wāv ‚liŋk]
(communications)
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Christine Gilbert, director at Odyssey Systems, said: "The microwave link has provided a cost-effective solution that will effectively address the company's need for a reliable internet connection.
In addition, McKay Brothers first European microwave link is live, connecting the UK with Frankfurt at the lowest known latency.
Among their topics are loss and fading associated with troposphere propagation phenomena, frequency plan for a fixed service microwave link, link path engineering, link engineering according to availability and error performance criteria, and link operations and monitoring.
He discusses how to determine network capacity, dimensions, architecture, budget, schedules, and work force requirements; understand microwave link engineering; calculate loss/attenuation, fading and fade margins, and link quality and availability; perform interference analysis; determine, procure, and install required hardware and power systems; manage the microwave project and its issues; test it; and handle maintenance, troubleshooting, and upgrades.
A new microwave link will be installed between The Gambia's capital, Banjul, and Kaolack in Senegal with fibre-optic connectivity to Dakar.
Officials also estimate it will cost around pounds 1,750 per debate for camerawork, a microwave link and other expenses.
The iSCSI-based appliance enables Davenport to simultaneously complete multiple backups and also allows remote data backup across a microwave link.
ADT will use the river culvert, which runs beneath the city, to lay the network, and a four-channel microwave link across the city.
The current digital microwave link has experienced intermittent service disruptions in the past when large cruise ships anchored in Portland Harbor in direct line with the microwave path.
These units consisted of small vehicles equipped with cameras, a couple of VTRs and a microwave link.
Microwave systems are also relatively inexpensive to install, as ground does not have to be bought or prepared for poles or cable trenches; in many cases, the relay stations and their masts can be integrated into existing plant owned by the agency or utility that operates the microwave link.
Advantech Wireless has announced that its Transcend 800 Point-to-Point Microwave Radio system has been successfully and continuously running a 95 km microwave link over the Caribbean Sea for the last two years with no traffic interruption or degradation.

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