Definition[edit | edit source]
Microwave transmission is
|“||[a] high-capacity line-of-sight transmission of data signals through the atmosphere which often requires relay stations.||”|
Overview[edit | edit source]
Microwaves are short-wavelength, high-frequency signals that occupy the electromagnetic spectrum 1 GHz to roughly 300 GHz, (typically within ITU Radio Band Signal EHF) though definitions vary. This is above the radio frequency range and below the infrared range.