At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Understand the microwave transmission propagation theory
- Explain the basic features of the microwave radio system
- Operate Pathloss 5 program
- Design microwave links and networks using Pathloss 5 program, including:
- Calculate path availability
- Define equipment requirement
- Calculate antenna heights
- Analyze path diffractions
- Analyze multipath and reflections
- Define space diversity antenna size and height
- Assign frequency channels
- Analyze interferences
- Create network in 3D, export network format of MapInfo.
Pre-Requisite for Participants:
General Knowledge of Microwave Radio Communications Engineering Concepts is an advantage.
Who Should Attend?
This course is highly recommended for telecommunication practicing engineers, network designers, engineering managers and IT professionals working in mobile operators, Oil & Gas sector and solution vendors who are responsible for planning, managing, optimization and maintenance of Transmission Network and systems.
- Microwave Link Budgets Concepts - System Gain
- Propagation, Fading, and Interference
- Microwave parameters configuration and Introduction of Pathloss 5.0 Link and PL5 main program
- Clearance Criteria and fading models in Pathloss 5.0 Link
- Reflection and Dispersion Analysis in Pathloss 5.0 Link
- Diffraction Module configuration in Pathloss 5.0 Link
- Multipath Operation in Pathloss 5.0 Link
- Availability Objectives
- PL5 main program
- Repeaters in Pathloss 5.0
- Frequency Planning and Interference Analysis