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Old 04-05-2017, 10:36 PM   #1
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The design is to set communication between a DPP site and solar plant. The LOS is 5.8km in a mountainous and windy location. I considered using C band frequency. Based on the link computation, RSL is around -30dBm using antenna gain of 30dBi at both ends with transmit power at 2W.

The question now is what are the components that i should be looking for and their specifications like what kind of transmitter/receiver, antenna and connectors?
What is the component between the info source and the transmitter? and between the receiver to the end user? My boss says be sure that the interface is MODBUS TCP.

Hope anybody can help me, i'm really lost.

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