Spectrum is everything when it comes to choosing or designing wireless equipment. Knowledge of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum is essential for all engineers working with wireless equipment and systems. It affects what you can transmit as well as how and where, determining everything from rates and range to capabilities and cost. Sometimes you can choose from several options, and other times you’re limited to one. If you’re not a spectrum wonk, then it’s time to become one
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