Pole-Mounted, Low-Power Millimeter Wave Repeaters for Wideband Communications.
OFFICE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOULDER COLO INST FOR TELECOMMUNICATION SCIENCES
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The pole-mounted repeater is here defined as an unmanned, low-power imcrowave repeater in a small equipment shelter mounted on the antenna supporting structure. Examples are provided which illustrate primary considerations for application of such repeaters to FDMFM or digital systems using frequencies between 10 and 100 GHz. The self-interference problem is discussed and millimeter wave equipment which might be suitable for pole-mounted repeaters is briefly described. Finally, some of the advantages and options made available by the use of parallel route diversity are considered. Author Portions of this document are not fully legible.
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