Derive a methodology for the design of a broadband (over 1 Gbps) microwave backhaul link in E-band
Metodología para el diseño de un radioenlace microondas de banda ancha en la banda E
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AuthorMunilla Diez, Marta
The goal of this project is to derive the methodology for the design of a broadband microwave backhaul link in the E-band, based on the ITU-R P.530 Recommendation and ETSI. The radio link designed will be placed in the city of Krakow and it will reach a rate of 1 Gbps. For decades, microwave radios in the 6 to 50 GHz bands have been providing wireless communications. Recently, newer technologies at the 60 to 100 GHz mm-wave bands have taken advantage of new wireless regulations that are designed to enable ultra-high capacity communications. As we pursue this project, we are going to find out the latest details of multi-gigabit wireless communications in depth and review the currently technology available.The project will cover both, generic aspects and E-band specific aspects. To estimate generic aspects of the radio link such as selection of the base stations, polarization, antenna height calculations; the software Radio Mobile will be used. Also a broad explanation of E-band will be exposed (channel plans aggregations, frequency planning process, specific licensing for E-band in Europe...). Finally, an evaluation of the availability and error performance of E-band will be carried out.