Microwave link installation includes:

  • Rooftop, tower or monopole locations through use of riggers (crane, bucket extra)
  • Installation of dish antenna on existing antenna mast
  • Installation of ODUs and IDUs as per link design
  • Running, labeling and securing of required cables (Cat5e, IF, fiber, power)
  • Termination of connectors at ODU and IDU ends, with assurance of connectivity, strain relief, taped/waterproofed/tie wrapped.
  • Installation of grounding cable
  • Installation of DC power cable from customer provided power source and breakers
  • Validation of correct power and grounding of system
  • Validation all of cables through cable testers
  • Confirmation of installation quality through established punch-list
  • Detailed photographs of installation
  • Comprehensive MOP – outlining installation procedures and configuration details
  • Upgrades from 1+0 to 2+0, capacity upgrades etc., DragonWave will construct a comprehensive MOP, obtain diagnostics prior and post services work delivered in the Close out Package (COP)


  • Line of Sight, Site, construction and link configuration documentation provided
  • Construction is complete prior to crew arrival, site ready for microwave installation
  • Cable conduit (run) is open and easily accessible (closed conduits are not included)
  • Site access is granted, available, provided by customer or their representative

Certified Training

Our core of highly experienced instructors deliver valuable training programs to ensure that customers and partners have the tools and expertise to fully leverage all that NITROCOM products and services have to offer. Our training programs comprise both standard and customized courses.

Simply visit the Training Registration page to see detailed class overviews, available training schedules and locations.

Program Management Office (PMO)

The PMO resource team provides a single point of contact between customer, DragonWave and market project resources.

Responsibilities include:

  • Tracking, managing, and reporting on progress all aspects of the project.
  • Overall project plan, communications, costs, resources, quality, customer satisfaction, deliverables, change orders, oversights, issues
  • Regular reporting on project KPIs and status
  • Provides Microsoft Project or other project tracking tools to provide transparency to project stakeholders
  • All regional project manager and sub-resources report to this PMO resource

Regional Project Manager (RPM)

The Regional Project Manager is an assigned resource which can technically manage all local resources within a given market.

Responsibilities include:

  • Tracking, managing, and reporting on progress all aspects within the assigned market area
  • Ensures all resources are performing daily as per PMO project plan
  • Manages local resources to ensure fully trained, meets or exceed all safety regulations
  • Ensure install quality meets or exceeds specifications
  • Change orders, costs within assigned market area
  • Human resources within assigned market area
  • Ensures all local crews have required equipment, tools and resources
  • Provides final closeout package, as-built, for each completed microwave link installation
  • Resolve local market issues are required, and escalates issues which cannot be resolved