long-haul radio

long-haul radio

[′lȯŋ ‚hȯl ′rād·ē·ō]
(communications)
A microwave radio system for transmitting telephone, video, data, and telegraph signals over distances on the order of 4000 miles (6500 kilometers) or more on line-of-sight paths between a series of repeaters which demodulate the signal to intermediate frequency and then remodulate.
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1] In comparison, long-haul radio routes can be designed for 99.
Wireless bookings in the quarter decreased by 16% reflecting weak bookings for Latin America and long-haul radios.
TTS will focus on long-haul radios which will be required for the new $500 million PCS relocation opportunity in the United States, as well as the traditional cellular and private network markets.