Ku band

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Ku band

[′kyü ‚band or ¦kā¦yü ‚band]
(communications)
A band of frequencies extending from 15.35 to 17.25 gigahertz, corresponding to wavelengths of 1.95 to 1.74 centimeters.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-November 21, 2014-Gogo gets FAA STC for Ku-band on Boeing 777-200ER
Gogo (NASDAQ: GOGO) said it has received a supplemental type certificate from the FAA to install its Ku-band satellite equipment on Airbus A330 aircraft.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 10, 2011-SpaceCom offers Ku-Band satellite capacity in Asia and Middle East(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) and BAE SYSTEMS, representing a world partnership in the development of wideband Tactical Common Data Link (TCDL) solutions, recently announced the successful completion of a six-month prototype deployment of Ku-band TCDL equipment onboard the USS Constellation (CV-64) Battle Group.
EchoStar represents a significant source of Ku-band and Ka-band satellite capacity together with satellite related products and support services.
This unique transceiver performs C-, X- and Ku-Band to L-Band down conversion and L-Band to C-, X-, and Ku-Band up conversion.
The purpose of the test was to determine the maximum daily throughput of Wheat's HIRA(SM) (patent pending WiFi system) which is designed to be connected to a TeleSea(SM) Model 2 Ku-band satellite antenna, a one meter maritime very small aperture terminal (VSAT), using Americom's AMC-6 TDMA Shared Platform Satellite from a ship.
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.
based in Herndon, Virginia, is the operator of an open pay TV platform on the C- and Ku-band payload of SES AMERICOM's AMC-4 satellite.
2-meter Ku-band antenna with non-penetrating roof mount, a low noise block downconverter (LNB), a two-watt block up converter (BUC), and a satellite modem.
The geosynchronous all Ku-band satellite will be operated by SES AMERICOM from 125 degrees West to deliver educational broadcasting for PBS and its affiliated state networks and introduce IP-based services for the enterprise markets throughout the United States and the Caribbean.