What is microwave transmission and how does it work?

Max Teo Posted 07 Jun 2023 20:46

What is microwave transmission and how does it work?

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Faisal P Posted 07 Jun 2023 21:51

Microwave transmission refers to the communication of data or information using electromagnetic waves in the microwave frequency range. It is a wireless technology that enables the transmission of signals over short to medium distances, typically within a few kilometers.

Microwave transmission is commonly used in various applications, such as telecommunications, wireless backhaul, point-to-point communication links, and wireless networking. It provides a reliable and efficient method of transmitting data wirelessly over short to medium distances, offering high bandwidth and low latency connectivity.

Newbie517762 Lv4Posted 09 Jun 2023 10:12
Microwave transmission is the transmission of information by electromagnetic waves with wavelengths in the microwave frequency range of 300MHz to 300GHz (1 m - 1 mm wavelength) of the electromagnetic spectrum. Microwave signals are normally limited to the line of sight, so long-distance transmission using these signals requires a series of microwave radio relay stations along the route.
In microwave radio relay, a microwave transmitter and directional antenna transmits a narrow beam of microwaves carrying many channels of information on a line-of-sight path to another relay station where it is received by a directional antenna and receiver, forming a fixed radio connection between the two points.

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