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frequency allocation

[′frē·kwən·sē ‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(communications)
Assignment of available frequencies in the radio spectrum to specific stations and for specific purposes, to give maximum utilization of frequencies with minimum interference between stations.
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Indeed, thanks to this larger frequency allocation, the next generation of SAR satellites will be able to offer high-quality 25cm resolution imagery and quad polarimetry data to visualise imagery in colour and better analyse surface features such as infrastructures and vegetation.
General Amir Azeem Bajwa, Managing Director Telecom Foundation, CEO Telenor, Michael Patrick Foley, CEO Ufone, Abdul Aziz, CEO Universal Service Fund, Faisal Sattar, Executive Director of Frequency Allocation Board, Brigadier Sami, representatives from Ministry of IT and Telecom Tariq Sultan, Abdus Samad, and other dignitaries and top management representation from Mobilink, Huawei, Zong, ZTE, UBank, FAB, TF, ICT R and D Fund, USF, Askari Bank, Nadra, IB, HEC, Google and Academia.
1]200 crore from Swan Telecom to the DMK-owning Kalaignar TV for the frequency allocation licenses at cheap price by the Union Telecom Department, when Raja was the minister.
Dozens of offices including government college for elementary teachers, university college of education, secretariat training institute, ICMAP, National Institute of Electronics, the Science school, hydro Corbin, PCSIR, PTCL, Frequency allocation board, Iqra university Central medical store, directorate of health AJK, National standard for physical laboratory and railway department are functioning in the areas nearby NUML.
The increased node count and dynamic frequency allocation provides greater capacity and operating flexibility at the important mid-tier layer.
The 2G scam involved ministers, lawmakers and government officials, who undercharged mobile telephony companies for frequency allocation licenses.
The policy balances the allocation of spectrum between the public and private sectors and includes radio spectrum and national frequency allocation.
WRC-12 will examine the technical, regulatory and operational aspects to address frequency allocation and frequency sharing to ensure high quality of radiocommunication services for maritime and aeronautical transport as well as for scientific purposes related to the environment, meteorology and climatology, disaster prediction, mitigation and relief.
This interim solution could further delay the process of LTE frequency allocation
Arinc said certain points laid down in the law, especially articles regarding frequency allocation, were being reshaped in accordance with EU standards.
Any spectrum-dependent equipment intended for use outside of the US&P, regardless of conformance with NTIA non-licensed requirements, is subject to DD Form 1494-Application for Equipment Frequency Allocation requirements and applicable host nation requirements.
The draft directive, as it has been amended, will require member states to ensure that any technology or any service can use frequency available for electronic communications services, in line with national frequency allocation plans and with the International Telecommunication UnionCOs Radio Regulations.

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