Microwave transmission connections
A microwave transmission connection is a radio connection between two antennas that transfer data. The antennas have to be pointed at each other and nothing can block the signal. In spite of the curvature of the earth, connections across distances of up to 100 kilometres are possible.
The art of wireless
A licensed connection uses a unique frequency band, which we can apply for on your behalf with the Radiocommunications Agency for a period of five years. This type of connection allows us to cover large distances.
In addition to licensed connections, we can also realise licence-free connections. These connections use a licence-free frequency band. In the Netherlands, the maximum allowed range for this type of connection is circa five kilometres.