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Microwave digital radio
|Statement||edited by Larry J. Greenstein, Mansoor Shafi.|
|Series||IEEE Press selected reprint series|
|Contributions||Greenstein, Larry J., Shafi, Mansoor, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||TK5103.7 .M54 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||88000667|
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Professional Engineering 6X9 / Microwave Transmission Networks / Lehpamer / / Chapter 5 40 GHz (), GHz (). GHz is the practical limit of radio frequencies and the beginning of the spectrum where electromagnetic radiation starts to become light. Further increases in radio spectrum. Transmission concepts and techniques of digital systems are presented; and practical state-of-the-art implementation of digital communications systems by line-of-sight microwaves is described. Particular consideration is given to statistical methods in digital transmission systems analysis, digital modulation methods, microwave amplifiers, system gain, m-ary and QAM microwave systems.
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Microwave radio relay is a technology widely used in the s and s for transmitting signals, such as long-distance telephone calls and television programs between two terrestrial points on a narrow beam of microwaves. In microwave radio relay, microwaves are transmitted on a line of sight path between relay stations using directional antennas, forming a fixed radio connection between the.
1 A Brief History of Microwave Radio Fixed Point-to-Point (Relay) Communication Systems 1 In the Beginning, 1 Microwave Telecommunications Companies, 7 Practical Applications, 10 The Beat Goes On, 14 References, 16 2 Regulation of Microwave Radio Transmissions 20 Radio Frequency Management, 21 Testing for Interference, This note covers the following topics: RF or Microwave circuits, Transistor, transmission line, and passive element characteristics, Transmission line theory and impedance matching, Amplifier design for maximum available gain, Amplifier stability, Gain compression and power limits, Introduction to noise figure, and to intermodulation distortion.
The main components of a microwave transmitter are a microwave power source, a modulator, and, if necessary, a power amplifier.
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