RF communication network design can be a complex and sometimes daunting task. Fortunately, engineers and technicians working on RF network planning can use software tools such as Pathloss to ensure a methodical and thorough approach to their task.
The Pathloss program is a state-of-the-art comprehensive path design tool for networks operating in the frequency range from 30 MHz to 100 GHz. Designed for use throughout the world with diverse equipment and wide-ranging atmospheric conditions, Pathloss uses a variety of terrain and clutter databases, equipment files and local weather files to design and model microwave systems..
This Pathloss training is specifically aimed to RF engineers and experienced RF technicians having some basic notions about microwave propagation.
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This training is to impart thorough understanding of the interactions of RF energy with the human body, to demystify the associated health risks and to position these risks relative to Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 exposure limits. Our training is specific to Health Canada’s radiofrequency exposure guidelines.
Basic Training is intended for personnel working in close proximity with antennas, with little or no specific knowledge of RF systems and electromagnetic radiation, such as tower crews, inspectors, construction or rooftop HVAC maintenance workers or anyone working on a building’s roof.
Advanced Training it is intended for workers who already have some knowledge of RF systems such as engineers and specialized technicians. But also to professionals in the field of health, public safety and occupational safety. (Available on request, contact us)
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