RF Fundamentals. Lecture 3. Objectives. Describe RF loss and gain, and how it can be measured List some of the characteristics of RF antenna transmissions Describe the different types of antennas. RF Components. Units. Free space path loss calculation. Units. RF Measurement: RF Math.
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Table 3-3: The 10’s and 3’s Rules of RF Math
Table 3-4: IEEE 802.11b and 802.11g EIRP
Figure 3-24: Antennas are required for sending and receiving radio signals
Figure 3-25: Vertical polarization
Figure 3-26: Sky wave propagation
Figure 3-27: RF LOS propagation
Figure 3-28: Fresnel zone
Table 3-5: Free space path loss for IEEE 802.11b and 802.11g WLANs
Figure 3-29: Omni-directional antenna
Figure 3-30: Semi-directional antenna