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RF failure conditions at the top of a tower or through a bulkhead frequently are not measurable with traditional tools such as TDR and spectrum analyzers with tracking generators. Overall quality is improved giving greater customer satisfaction.
And then you find out it lays eggs too. Transmitter performance is optimized by eliminating poorly performing components.
In a Wireless Communication System, tower mounted transmission lines and cables are replaced frequently, perhaps every five to ten years, in some cases. The relative propagation velocity of a coax transmission line is required for distance calculation.
The difference is that the Platypus is somehow functional despite being a crazy mishmash or leftover animal pieces -BlobVanDam on "Scarred". These common problems can cause unwanted al reflections.
Preventative maintenance has another set of benefits even more important than cost. Smells good. For the majority of transmission lines and antennas, the absence of DTF capability severely impacts the time to repair transmission lines and renders chst maintenance procedures impractical.
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I totally thought she was a lesbian A TDR cannot detect small performance changes at RF frequencies, so it is not possible to monitor performance degradation between maintenance intervals with these traditional methods. The distance is then calculated from this information by knowing the propagation velocity. You know what?