Microwave Wireless Networks


Microwave is a wireless communication technology that uses high-frequency waves of radio signals to provide high-speed network connections to provide an Infrastructure for sending and receiving data, voice and video packets.

Microwave wireless links are widely used in both point to point and point to multipoint network topologies and are mainly categorized into two main categories based on their operation frequency, Licensed and Unlicensed.

The design and establishment of microwave radio link networks are based on various factors like distance between two endpoints, Line of Sight between two locations, operation frequency, size and gain of antennas, transmit power of radio units as well as required bandwidth and throughput.

Our team of certified wireless experts is getting involved from a very early stage of site survey and design till installation and commissioning of complicated wireless networks.