Published December 5, 2002
by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||520|
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Microwave Radio Links, from Theory to Design Carlos Salema Wiley Interscience pages; $ ISBN: This book introduces the reader to the principles and the design of microwave links. It can be used as a textbook for upper level engineering students and a reference for the practicing engineer. Microwave radio links - turnkey solutions, network integration, maintenance and upgrades. Northern Radio and Wireless Corporation A division of Advantech AMT Trans-Canada HWY Montreal, Quebec Canada H9P 2W8 Phone: + Fax: + Microwave link design. Microwave Radio Links: From Theory to Design November November Read More. Author: Carlos Salema; After a period when optical links appeared to become the solution to all transmission problems, the ongoing revolution in the telecommunications sector and the advances in technology have brought microwave links back to center stage.