7 GHz range, commonly referred to as Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
The FEC technology includes various advanced techniques that allow superior transmission performance over wired or wireless digital terrestrial networks such as cable, telephony video dial tone or multichannel multipoint distribution service
Wireless cable uses multichannel multipoint distribution service
(MMDS) -- a video distribution technology which, on a digital platform, will enable an offering of over 100 very high quality channels to a radius of approximately 40 miles from one transmitter site.
The systems comprise a total of almost 17,000 subscribers utilizing Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
Americomm") to assign all its rights, obligations, and commitments under an agreement between Americomm and Grand Alliance Manhattan (E) and (F) Partnerships (the "Partnerships") wherein the Partnerships leased and granted an option to acquire the licenses of each station authorized by the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") to operate Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
("MMDS") channel groups and Multipoint Distribution Service ("MDS") channels.
The MGF0915A is a popular choice for applications such as tower-top antennas and customer premise equipment in the Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
(MMDS) and Wireless Local Loop (WLL) frequency bands.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Independent Microwave Television Association (USIMTA) today filed an appeal to strike a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling which limits the application period for multichannel multipoint distribution service
or "wireless cable" television licenses to one day.
5 GHz band for Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
(MMDS) and Instructional Television Fixed Service (ITFS).
This is the first time that Diginet Americas has secured Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Services
or MMDS spectrum.