Point-to-Point Microwave

What is Point-to-Point Microwave?

Point-to-point microwave, sometimes called microwave relay, has been around since the mid 1940s. Of course, back then, microwave relay was analog, meaning it used analog modulation to combine the information signal and the RF carrier. What makes point-to-point microwaves new is the use of digital modulation and the new ways in which it is being used.

Point-to-point microwave, as the name implies, is used to communicate, wirelessly, between a single transmitter and a single receiver, both owned by the same entity. This point is important, because when someone is given the right (by the FCC) to communicate using point-to-point microwaves at a certain frequency ...

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