Point-To-Point Microwave Solutions

Today, data is transmitted at high speeds and large quantities. Whether by cell phone, internet browsing, video calls, or even a networks of computers, a connection is required to transmit data in order to communicate with each other.

RF Communications Design provides services from conception to completion of point-to-point microwave projects. A few of these services include: engineering, site acquisition, documentation, filing with the FCC, and much more. Whether it be modifying an existing tower or construction of a new site, RF Communications Design can engineer and install a reliable system to fit your needs.

aerial-microwaveWhy Point-To-Point Microwave?

  • Over long distances cable can be broken resulting in in a lost connection
  • Placement of facilities can be hampered by local and governmental regulations
  • Renting
    • Can be costly
    • No control over how data is transmitted
    • Cannot control the security and privacy of data transmitted
  • Point-to-Point microwave engineering for all microwave frequencies and types
    • Fractal T1 to multiple OC3 systems
  • Provide sightings to insure a clear and reliable path for all new installations
  • Provide detailed engineering for all equipment associated with Point-to-Point Microwave
  • If necessary, provide civil engineering services for
    • Tower studies
    • Additional antennas
    • Feedlines to be added on towers
  • Provide site acquisition services if needed
    • Liaison with local governments for new tower and existing tower modifications. This includes working with zoning boards, boards of adjustments, etc.
  • FCC license filing, new and modification for all types of licensed radio systems
  • Produce detailed documentation for customer
  • Provide turnkey installations including:
    • tower work
    • communication shelters
    • installation of equipment in shelters
    • power plants
    • grounding
    • generators for all tower and antenna installations
  • Provide for turn-up of microwave radios and incorporation into networks and infrastructure
  • If necessary, provide on-site training for local personnel


  • Cellular backhaul
  • Private radio system backhaul
  • Public telephone network transport
  • Wireless high capacity transport between two or more locations
  • Transport of CATV and other types of video transmissions
  • Wireless link for existing fiber optic paths
  • Temporary high capacity communications (including voice, data, and video)