Microwave Radio Transmission Design Guide
This reference provides advice and instruction for the planning and detailed design of microwave radio transmission systems. It should be useful for readers planning SDH/SONET broadband networks, backhaul for mobile radio networks such as GSM, transmission links for TETRA networks, TV and utility networks, and Wireless Local Loop networks. The author provides practical guidelines based on hands-on experience. Complex mathematics is avoided and fundamental concepts are explained in the context of real-world applications to encourage a deeper understanding of microwave radio transmission. In addition, the volume serves as a guide to frequency planning for radio networks and provides intelligence on digital radio equipment characteristics and fading in radio systems.
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