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Digital Microwave Communication : Engineering Point-to-Point Microwave Systems



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Until now, no book has adequately treated all engineering aspects of microwave communications in the digital age. This important new work provides readers with the depth of knowledge necessary for all the practical engineering details associated with fixed point-to-point microwave radio path design: the why, what, and how of microwave transmission; design objectives; engineering methodologies; and design philosophy (in the bid, design, and acceptance phase of the project). Written in an easily accessible format, the book is complete with an appendix of specialized engineering details and formulas.

Author Biography

GEORGE KIZER is a telecomm consultant specializing in microwave radio engineering and training. Before retiring from Alcatel North America's Wireless Transmission Division in 2001, he worked at Collins Radio and Rockwell International's Microwave Division of the Collins Radio Group. Mr. Kizer also served as chairman of the TIA's Fixed Microwave Section from 1991 to 1996.

Table of Contents

General Concepts

1 N A Brief History of Microwave Radio

2 K Regulation of Microwave Radio Networks

3 N Microwave Radio Overview

4 J Radio Network Performance Objectives

5 N Radio System Components

6 M Care and Feeding of MW Systems


7 F Hypothetical Reference Circuits

8 L Antennas

9 P Multipath Fading

10 H Path Diversity

11 T Rain Fading

12 P Ducting and Obstruction Fading

13 N Reflections and Obstructions

14 L Digital Receiver Interference

15 H Network Reliability Calculations

16 S Path Performance Calculations

Appendix 1 U Microwave Formulas and Tables

Appendix 2 G Safety Considerations

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