Microwave Transmission Engineering and Link Planning

Microwave transmitter antenna on communication tower base station

This course is suitable for telecommunications professionals, including transmission engineers, network planners and technical project managers who are involved in the area of planning, deployment, commissioning or operation of modern radio-relay digital microwave radio. Individuals interested in microwave communication systems are also welcome.

Instructor-Led Training
[Classroom: 5 days / LIVE Virtual*: 35 hours]
  • A minimum of 6 or more participants are required for a company-based LIVE Virtual course to commence
  • LIVE Virtual courses can be conducted for 5 hours or 7 hours daily. Please note that the number of training days will be extended if you opt for 5 hours daily.

3 – 7 Oct 2022 (Mon – Fri), GMT +08:00
6 – 10 Mar 2023 (Mon – Fri), GMT +08:00
If you are keen on attending any of the above scheduled courses, please register your interest via our course enquiry form.

This course is designed to teach participants the essence of microwave path planning, as well as how to design paths that will not suffer from interference, nor interfere with other radio systems in the vicinity.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to grasp the concepts of Transmission Engineering and be able to design, operate and manage Microwave Networks in a cost-effective manner.

  1. Introduction and Basic Definitions
  2. Microwave Link Planning
  3. Link Budget Calculation
  4. Microwave Propagation
  5. Link Engineering
  6. Field Survey
  7. Link Performance and Availability Considerations
  8. Protection and Diversity
  9. Frequency Planning and Interference Analysis
  10. Passive Repeaters

Note: A Certificate of Completion will only be issued upon achieving at least 75% attendance for the course.

Basic understanding of telecommunication is needed.
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Duration: Classroom: 5 days / LIVE Virtual: 35 hours
Level: Virtual Training

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