Winncom Services

RF modeling and studies services

  • Link path analysis
    A virtual study of the microwave link to determine the amount of free space loss to specify output power, antenna gain, antenna size, and modulation type to achieve required availability and throughput.
  • Terrain considerations on path
    A virtual study of the microwave link including the topography along the path, mounting height at each end point, and what, if any impact on the Fresnel zone there is along that path.
  • LULC and other interference analysis
    A virtual study of the microwave link including land use and land clutter data to allow for a more detailed path analysis by taking into account man-made structures and obstructions. NOTE: Does not include price for LULC Data.
  • Detailed virtual path profiling
    A detailed virtual study of the microwave path including terrain, land use and clutter regions, reliability reporting, minimum antenna height mounting information, azimuth information, channel size assessment, and estimated throughput.
  • Reliability and fade prediction for SLAs
    Microwave link analysis to determine reliability rating (in form of "99.999%) and fade prediction for Adaptive Rate Modulation.
  • Radio configuration
    Standard configuration of radio parameters, per radio, including frequency, channel bandwidth, modulation type, output power, antenna information, IP address, subnet, gateway, equipment name, randomized password, and other standard parameters.
  • Staging
    Staging for radio links. Requires both ends, includes basic configuration services, radios shipped as functioning link, as per link requirements. Distance estimated through on-bench attenuators.
  • Setup and commissioning assistance
    Telephone / Email / Skype support for Setup and commissioning of microwave radios.
  • FCC license application (via Comsearch)
    Submittal of FCC licensing paperwork for microwave links.

Professional Services Questionnaire

Winncom engineers hold certifications in all major industry product lines and are here to assist you with your path analyses and link calculations. Please tell us more about your proposed wireless project by filling out the form below, and our expert engineers will get back to you ASAP. Please note that an * signifies a required field.

* Contact Name
* Company Name
* Project Name
* Is this a new project or an addition to an existing project?

If existing, please specify:

Total number of existing sites / sectors
Total number of existing subscriber units / CPEs
Reason for expansion
Project description in 100 words or less

Basestation Locations

Please upload available file (CSV, or KMZ/KML)
Basestation Height Above Ground Level (AGL)

Basestation Information

Basestaiton Manufacturer / Model / Part Number
Basestation Frequency or Operating Spectrum
Basestation Channel Size
Number of sectors at site
Type of power for basestation

Basestation Antenna Information

Azimuth of antennas (centerline)
Antenna horizontal beamwidth
Tilt on antenna (electrical)
Tilt on antenna (physical)
Type of cable connecting antenna to basestation
Type of connectors on cable

Receive Locations (CPE, SU, SM, etc.)

Please upload available file (CSV, KML/KMZ)
Device Manufacturer / Model / Part Number
Frequency or Operating Spectrum
Channel Size
Type of power for subscriber unit
Integrated or External antenna
If External antenna, Make / Model / Manufacturer
Average height of installation
Type of service (Home, Commercial, Public Safety, SCADA, Video Surveillance, etc.)
Are there any network drawings of your project?
Is there a functional diagram of your project?

Who is the technical point of contact?

* Name
* Email
* Phone (office)
Phone (mobile)
* City
* State/Province
* Country
What is the project timeline or deadline?
Is the project funded?
Does your project call for on-site engineering or surveys?
If you need LULC projections, do you own clutter or vector data you'd like us to use?
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