#### Problem Statement: Transmission and Antenna Systems

**Antenna Problem Solving**

How large is the dish diameter that will be required for the dish antenna to produce 60 dB gain at 300 MHz?

#### Problem Answer:

The dish diameter that will be required for the dish antenna is equal to **408.25 m**.

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