72018 March

Fiber-microwave hybrid network | Cowlitz County Fire District #5 CS

The cost of deploying fiber is too expensive. Here's how we created a fiber-microwave hybrid network for one of our clients in the critical communications industry

282018 February

Migration from TDM to IP Network Made Simple WP

Are you operating complex TDM network with multiple microwave (MW) links, and want to carry out a gradual upgrade to IP? SAF Tehnika has a proven solution to offer.

222018 February

Achieving goal performance parameters with ACM WP

We have learned about the benefits of using ACM in microwave communications, but how to achieve your goal performance?

152018 February

GALLERY: Study science, kids! MM

We have always supported those who are studying. Here is short story on how we welcomed students in SAF and sent them to explore the coolest lab in the world

72018 February

Harsh weather enduring radios CS

Our radios have proven to endure some extreme conditions. Even when hit with a huge block of ice and enduring the hot and cold weather of Arizona

312018 January

Essential tools for a microwave field engineer UPD

Here’s what I’ve learned from SAF’s more than 20 years of experience building carrier grade microwave networks and serving microwave field engineers across the world.

262018 January

Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM) in Microwave Communications WP

What are the main benefits of using the must-have ACM technique to achieve the highest link performance

172018 January

SAF powered emergency service network CS

How we created a secure and reliable public safety grade/mission-critical communications network.

82018 January

Latest CFIP-106/108 FODU firmware | January, 2018 UPD

Latest firmware upgrade. Find out about the latest fixes and how to install them

42018 January

Why choose 24 GHz license free band? WP

If you’re a network operator looking for a solution to connect commercial customers or Wi-Fi base stations across short distances with easy set up and no added license or rental fees, it’s worth considering 2.4GHz or 5GHz TDD-based wireless equipment.

By Daniele Zedda   •   18 February

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