Solar power is used in remote and un-attended stations of microwave system, TDMA, VHF and digital exchanges microwave repeater
station on a hilltop at Thandiani, Abbottabad Naran digital exchange (at the altitude of 9,000 feet).
"We started building mountaintop microwave repeater
sites, work that nobody else wanted to do," Lee says of the company's 1978 start.
They are ideal for the satellite construction market, for high volume usage in test and measurement equipment and for microwave repeater
The Excel EXS switching platform was employed, sharing space in a microwave repeater
Co-location allows multiple antennas for different technologies to be located on a single tower, so that one tower could include a radio station signal transmitter, while also serving as both a cellular and a PCS antenna location, and also having several microwave repeater
antennas pointed in different directions.
The MK 234 is a high-power microwave repeater
jammer which captures the radar signal from the guidance and targeting system of a radar directed antiship missile, alters it and then radiates it back to the missile to cause the missile to miss its intended target.
Strategic targets such as telephone exchanges, satellite communications, key microwave repeater
nodes, government offices, finance industry sites, broadcasting facilities and large production facilities generate continuous electromagnetic emissions and if successfully attacked will cease to do so.
A passive microwave repeater
consists of two antennas connected back-to-back by a short piece of waveguide, redirecting the signal.
HADCS is comprised in part by six unmanned and remote operated line-of-sight microwave repeaters
, linking the nearly 500-kilometre stretch between CFS Alert and the Eureka research station on Ellesmere Island.
Testing of products used to synchronize radio signals emitted by microwave repeaters
found in satellite control systems, cellular network systems and digital logic clock timing of microprocessors.