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The ten commandments of industrial wireless communications

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DG5MdB
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DG5MdB   9/16/2010 8:04:29 AM
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Thank you too Mike. Nicely done. But I missed a topic: net-topology and the possible use of beam-forming antennas. eg. Horn or Yagiy-type Antennas, often can provide 9dB of gain in main direction, and may supress radiation to unwandted areas. had some success by using directed beams and could lower transmit power.

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IqbalSingh.Josan   9/13/2010 8:48:35 PM
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Thanks Mike. This is an excellent collection of 'Things to Remember' for any wireless communication installation. For broadband wireless installations, such as WiMax and LTE (in licensed band), there will be additional considerations due to the use of spatially diverse MIMO antennas and OFDM multiple sub-carrier modulation. However, fundamentals described in this article still apply. Visit us at www.uspurtek.com

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