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channelization

[‚chan·əl·ə′zā·shən]
(communications)
The division of a single wide-band (high-capacity) communications channel into many relatively narrow-band (lower-capacity) channels.
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Reiterating that Gujjarnullah Channelization Project is public friendly, he said two kilometer area has been cleaned of all sorts of encroachments while work is on cleaning the remaining stretch.
A key element of the wideband receiver architecture is the channelization technique that is used to isolate the independent communication channels contained within the wideband signal.
The Cache River Channelization Project was authorized by Congress as part of the Flood Control Act of 1950.
The program is designed to restore a healthy, functioning Rio Grande ecosystem by reversing the negative impacts on riparian and aquatic ecosystems caused by flood control and channelization.
The new Cisco 12000 Series 1-Port Channelized OC-12c/STM-4c (DS1/E1) POS ISE Line Card enables customers to combine dense channelization functionality for low-speed termination with high-density, high-performance OC-192/STM-64 and OC-48/STM-16 interfaces in a single chassis.
Although it's escaped many of the negative effects of channelization common to other parts of the delta, this riparian area still suffers from previous deforestation and agriculturalization.
These included the development of a simpler, more rapid method for locating the sites of reaction within granules; the development of a way to determine the degree of granule channelization (susceptibility to digestion); and a further understanding of starch-food gum hydrocolloid interactions.
During the channelization of the Blue River, the landfill received materials from the excavation that required payment of tonnage fees, which were not submitted to the department.
11b card which is more sensitive and yields more information about coverage of APs, channelization and co-channel interference--to demodulate any existing 802.
5G networks--expected this year in the United States--will make possible such features as instant-on access, packetized data, voice channelization and higher data throughput.
Channelization of the Mississippi River to improve navigation and reduce flooding has starved wetlands of necessary sediment, helping to cause erosion and destruction of the state's wetlands.
The final rule states that agencies -- the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers -- regard the use of mechanized earth-moving equipment to conduct land clearing, ditching, channelization, in-stream mining or other earth-moving activity in waters of the U.