Microwave Training

Three aspects which are very important in any solution

Microwave Training Course, Microwave Radio link planning and frequency management

Microwave Training Course presents the state-of-the-art in microwave radio communications. The course presents the basic theory, procedures, and techniques for microwave communication systems an Microwave Radio link planning and frequency management. Detailed mathematical analyses are minimized in order to concentrate on basic concepts, procedures, and optimal applications. Measured results are used to demonstrate each of the techniques discussed.

Microwave networks provide reliable point-to-point and highly directional communication that maximizes your RF transmission. Because Microwave uses a higher frequency band, the capacity, throughput, and reliability of Microwave networks is well proven and understood to be very efficient throughout the telecommunications industry.

Training Include:
The Microwave System



Microwave Antennas

Microwave Links


Power budgets (link calculations)


Basic rules

Microwave Radio Link Planning and Frequency Management

Planning & Coordination of Microwave Links (PtP & PtMP)

Communication links with high capacity and availability.

Wave propagation

Microwave link budgets and availability calculations

Technical parameters of antennas and microwave devices

Analysis of Path Profiles

LoS (line of sight) aspects

Engineering of links and frequency and capacity planning

Effective use of frequency raster

Analysis of the complete network interference

Low interference and high frequency reuse

Availability and error performance

Link budget calculation

Frequency planning and channel assignment

Techniques for Interference analysis and network optimization

Software Design Tools Review

Sample calculations discussion based on fixed and adaptive coding and modulation using Path Loss V.4 and V.5

Who Should Attend

Engineers, technicians and managers who are new to Microwave and require applicable skills in design, planning and engineering.

Who Should Attend

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Explain the Basics of RF and Microwave

Understand the engineering tools and procedures required for Microwave engineering and planning

Understand existing and emerging standards for Microwave

Understand RF Propagation and Antenna Principle

Describe and understand a broad spectrum of antenna types

Discuss Microwave Modulation Techniques

Review Microwave System Design Considerations

Review Microwave System Budget Profiles

Calculate Microwave Propagation Losses and Link Budgets

Explain Microwave performance and Optimization considerations

Analyze system degradation due to Microwave components

Evaluate the performance of differing Microwave wireless system architectures

Explore project planning process of Microwave Systems

Review successful Microwave Deployments

Step through a practical process for managing Microwave networks

Explore the current and future market trends

Understand Microwave Radio link planning and frequency management