Duration: 4 days
Modern microwave radio systems are extensively used as a cost effective method for the backhauling of mobile traffic, and this has gained new significance with 3G and 4G mobile networks. In addition microwave links are used for long haul and medium haul network for carrying bulk data and telephony traffic. This course provides a comprehensive coverage of microwave transmission and link design principles that meets the performance and availability objectives. Key challenges facing the industry with regards to the incorporation of packet based traffic are addressed in this course.
Who will Benefit:
Technical personnel responsible for the planning, operation and maintenance of microwave radio systems.
Should have a background working in radio systems or should have attended the RF Crash Course.
Mode of Delivery:
Instructor led classes, tutorial exercises and Path Loss 4.0 microwave link planning tool.
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