A microwave tower is also called a microwave communication tower. It is an iron tower supporting a parabolic antenna. It is mainly used for electronic systems for microwave transmission and reception. It is generally installed on a relatively high terrain. The microwave tower is generally a steel structure. Microwave communication towers generally hang directional antennas (plate-shaped) or omnidirectional antennas (rod-shaped) antennas, also known as communication towers.
Microwave communication towers are usually used in telegraph, telephone, production scheduling and broadcasting, television, flood control and other undertakings. It has the characteristics of low construction investment and high efficiency, so microwave communication is the main means of modern signal transmission.