C band

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C band

[′sē ‚band]
(communications)
A band of radio frequencies extending from 4 to 8 gigahertz.
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Currently under construction, the JUPITER ground control gateways and remote terminals will operate over both Ku- and C-band satellite links to power broadband services for enterprises, consumers and cellular providers across Myanmar.
According to the company, the JUPITER ground control gateways and remote terminals, which are currently under construction, will operate over both Ku- and C-band satellite links to power broadband services for enterprises, consumers and cellular providers across Myanmar.
Intelsat's C-band satellite services are incredibly resilient and a great complement to a network operator's existing infrastructure," said Rhys Morgan, interim regional sales manager, Africa at Intelsat.
AFRICASAT-1a was launched in February 2013 and provides high-powered C-band satellite services and content across Africa with connectivity into Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
8220;There is simply no substitute that can equal the coverage and the reliability of C-band satellite beams,” said CASBAA CEO Christopher Slaughter.
Excerpted from Report TR-05-419 published in 2005, three papers describe procedures for characterizing ultrawideband emissions and for measuring interference susceptibility and gated noise interference to C-band satellite digital television receivers.
A C-band satellite antenna has been installed at the Keewaytinook Okimakanak's K-Net Service hub in Sioux Lookout.
The equipment to be used will be a C-band satellite system used to receive C-band television broadcasts.
The C-Band satellite was expected to be fully operational early this year.
TVG was launched Thursday and is available to C-band satellite customers on GEI, transponder 23.
will take the wraps off its first Digital Satellite System model, at CES next week; the receiver will be sold through conventional C-band satellite TV retailers at first.
With the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva now underway, the satellite industry is more than mobilised to reaffirm the vital need to preserve C-band satellite spectrum for critical services to the global community.