microwave relay

microwave relay

[′mī·krə‚wāv ′rē‚lā]
(communications)
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Army Signal Corps initiated projects to fortify and establish mountaintop microwave relay radio sites to improve and expand backbone communications from the Demilitarized Zone in the north to United Nations Command and United States Forces Korea elements operating as far south as Chinhae and Busan.
Illustrations include global TV microwave relay networks to enhance national security in the early 1950s, and development of the Telstar satellite in 1962.
Communications: microwave relay stations, fiber optic communication stations, satellite ground stations, etc.
A microwave relay between the two craft will enable scientists to measure the distance between the satellites within a few millionths of a meter--about the width of a red blood cell or a particle of smoke.
It will expand the network's range to regional cities and areas far from metropolises by setting up microwave relay stations that use Japanese equipment.
Giant cell towers and microwave relay stations dot most of the mesas in New Mexico, blinking warnings to the military planes, but calls still drop every few miles, or there's no signal at all such as in most places within the Navaho Nation.
US scientists entrusted with the safety of radar systems, microwave relay towers and radio and television networks had no difficulty convincing the American public that Eastern bloc scientists didn't know how to do proper research.
Alpheus delivers high speed Direct Internet Access and dedicated metro transport to end-user buildings, cell sites, carrier hotels, microwave relay points, and Wi-Fi hotspots.
Company to Provide Turnkey Services for Microwave Relay Towers to Enhance Training
Rogers' contributions to the television industry include designing and constructing the first privately owned long-distance microwave relay transmission system and bringing an end to the FCC ban on editorializing by radio and television licensees.
This transportable radar system provides long- range radar data to support operations and control of tactical aircraft, and presents "real-time" radar airspace pictures and data via radio, telephone, microwave relay or satellite communications link.
The AN/AN/TPS-75 radar system provides a "real- time" radar airspace picture and data in support of the battle commander and the ground theater air control system via radio, telephone, microwave relay, or satellite communications link.

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