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crossband

[′krȯs‚band]
(materials)
In plywood comprising three or more plies, a layer of veneer whose grain direction is at right angles to that of the face plies.

crossband, crossbanding, cross core

1. In plywood, a veneer sheet whose grain is at right angles to the face veneer.
2. Any decorative band whose grain is perpendicular to the principal surface. (See illustration p. 280.)
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46 times as long as maximum width of disc; disc with dense setae except basal cell and asetose area below a cluster of dark bristles on the infuscated crossband extending to around stigmal vein, ciliation on disc inside the infuscated crossband unusual, consisting of dense, fine setae with a rather large base; 1 seta on submarginal vein and 1 seta premarginal vein, 1 seta below the end of submarginal vein, 3 setae on anterior margin of marginal vein; stigmal vein with a slender neck and expanded apex, postmarginal vein absent.
4 + 5] setulose from base to at least middle of distance between dm-cu level and apex; crossvein r-m pale brown emarginated; wing in apical part with brown crossband, unbroken and narrowed through vein dm-cu to posterior margin and brown apical portion of [r.
New Lineup of Crossband Combiners, TMAs and Broadband Antennas Provide Complete RF Solution for 4G Networks Being Deployed on Digital Dividend Spectrum
In another airborne communications solution, GD launched a privately developed UHF/VHF Crossband Communications Repeater, weighing less than one kilogram, to operate as a Blos extender for the Hook family as well as other communications systems.
The new line of 4G mobile broadband site solutions on display that work in the digital dividend spectrum include crossband combiners/diplexers, universal crossband combiners, tower-mounted amplifiers and dual and triple broadband antennas.
NASDAQ:PWAV), a global leader in end-to-end wireless coverage and capacity solutions, today unveiled its new CM1007 Crossband Combiner/Diplexer solution, which provides OEMs and wireless network operators with the ability to support new 3G and 4G wireless protocols while leveraging existing wireless network infrastructure, delivering significant time-to-market and cost efficiencies.
Federal, State, and local authorities are pursuing short-term interoperability enablers, such as crossband repeaters and voice over Internet protocol, but no single communications mode or protocol furnishes a permanent solution.
In many dances, including those where an upper jacket is not worn, the dancers wear a dorji gon, a kind of poncho collar with applique cloud patterns which symbolizes the armour of tolerance, as well as two flat crossbands (gotrab) across the upper body which represents the eradication of desires.
Industrial Wood Products' MDF-XPLY features a solid hardwood veneer core with MDF crossbands, making smooth finished applications for veneer, melamine, paper, printing, painting and overlays possible.
Two color patterns are commonly found: a black phase, and a yellow phase, which has black or dark brown crossbands on a lighter yellow or brown background.