digital microwave radio


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digital microwave radio

[¦dij·əd·əl ¦mī·krō‚wāv ′rād·ē·ō]
(communications)
Transmission of voice and data signals in digital form on microwave links, as in the 2-gigahertz common-carrier bands; pulse-code modulation is used.
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