C-band


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C-band

The electromagnetic radiation on frequencies between 3.9 and 6.2 GHz.
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The applications and services provided by C-band range from air traffic control to communications for security and police forces, border control, e-services (telemedicine, e-government services,
In particular, C-band communications are part of the bedrock of daily life and economic activity in tropical Asia.
This device expands our family of 60 watt C-Band Power GaAs FETs to support extended C-Band and a wider frequency range, enabling manufacturers of power amplifiers to address new markets and achieve higher performance.
Uniden is a major manufacturer of C-band receivers.
C-band spectrum can provide large contiguous channels that support the delivery of high data rate services such as video.
Providing superior power capability and featuring the same packaging as previous generation parts, the 45W C-Band GaAs FETs eliminate the need for significant design changes.
So how does Znidarsic, a C-band veteran expect to hold up both ends?
Michel de Rosen reminded delegates that the C-band is widely used to provide vital services, including air traffic control, government and enterprise communications, disaster relief, broadcasting and Internet access.
We are encouraged by GI's demonstration of commitment to deploy new digital boxes in the consumer C-Band market, and believe this is a market programmers on HITS will be interested in.
This program will be available through qualifying dealers for consumer purchases of C-band receivers including decoder modules.
Launched in 1999, the AMC-4 satellite is a Lockheed Martin A2100 hybrid C-band and Ku-band spacecraft located at 101 degrees west longitude.
has made fast, affordable, truly global broadband service at sea a reality thanks to the global C-band coverage added to the groundbreaking mini-VSAT Broadbandsm network and the introduction of the dual-mode, 1-meter TracPhone V11 C/Ku-band terminal.