S band

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S band

[′es ‚band]
(communications)
A band of radio frequencies extending from 1550 to 5200 megahertz, corresponding to wavelengths of 19.37 to 5.77 centimeters.
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In the long-awaited tender, the Bureau of Meteorology called for quotations for C- and S-Band radar systems and selected Leonardo as the sole supplier of new meteorological radars for the coming years following a detailed scrutiny of the technical offers.
The device offers high efficiency, enabling RF design engineers to use fewer components to design smaller and lighter linear amplifier circuits for commercial and military wireless communications and S-band radar applications.
Inmarsat has signed a contract with Arianespace to launch its S-band satellite for the European Aviation Network (EAN) on an Ariane 5 heavy lift launch vehicle.
Solid S-band radar system, submarine exist simulator, map and information management electronic system, radar networking system and Mark 46 torpedo engine test system are among the achievements unveiled today.
5 GHz platform, include high power pulse applications for S-Band radar and multi-kW "scaled up" power combinations for L and S-Band applications.
Also, Inmarsat had announced a technology collaboration with Alcatel-Lucent in November 2014 to adapt Alcatel-Lucent's LTE technology to support the S-Band spectrum.
NEW DELHI, Aug 27 (KUNA) --A space research institution in India said that it has launched the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D6), carrying S-Band transponders enabled communication satellite GSAT-6, successfully into its intended orbit, official media reported Thursday.
Several systems discussed below operate in S-band (2.
In the past, dual-wavelength measurements were used to detect hail using the dual-wavelength ratio defined as the ratio of intrinsic (or attenuation corrected) X-band reflectivity to the S-band reflectivity.
The MSS payload is designed to deliver an S-band service across all 28 member states of the European Union; the FSS/BSS coverage zones are Europe, Middle East and Southern Africa.
With more than 400 operational S-band arrays deployed worldwide, Lockheed Martin is a leader in S-band radar development, production, operation and sustainment.
Each antenna supports X-band or S-Band (both transmit and receive) feeds, as well as a dual-band feed.