Videos: How to use a Link Budget calculation tool
- This explains how to use the Link budget calculator to estimate the link fade margin based on frequency, distance, and antenna gain
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Video: How to use a Fresnel Zone calculation tool
Fresnel Zone calculation tool – Dec 2021 Link: https://www.loom.com/share/388525b7dbd54386917ea26b50811cd2 Topic This video explains the Fresnel zone requirements of an RF link, and how to use the Link budget calculator to determine the Fresnel ...
Videos: Measuring Maximum link capacity and Realtime Data traffic
Videos: Measuring Maximum link capacity and Realtime Data traffic– Oct 2022 Link: https://www.loom.com/share/f00df9c97d4447159c8550d1c83b4a26 Topics This explains how to measure maximum link capacity with the iPerf3 utility either internal to the ...
Optimizing the RF Link: Factors affecting the RF link
Factors affecting the RF link By the laws of physics, the RF link range can be expressed in simple terms as Unpacking this shows us that many factors affect the RF link range. Here we list the major factors affecting the RF link and we will briefly ...
5. Troubleshooting Link Quality
Troubleshooting Link Quality This section covers troubleshooting problems with the link quality. If you are looking for information on optimizing the link quality, please read the guide, “Optimizing the RF Link”, in our technical library . This ...
Optimizing the RF Link: Conclusion
Conclusion Our overall recommendation is to design the RF link with about 10-15 dB fade margin to account for changes in the environmental and operational conditions. Changes in orientation of mobile nodes can affect the link margin. Use the highest ...