27 MHz

27 MHz

The frequency band used by CB radios in the U.S. (from 26.957 to 27.283 MHz). It is also used for wireless keyboards and mice. See ISM band.
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Furusawa et al (27,28) developed a 27 MHz QCM system to increase the sensitivity, although their method cannot adopt a flow-injection analysis system.
JapanEoACAOs public broadcasting organization, NHK, tapped 27 MHz of occasional capacity aboard the SES WORLD SKIES satellite to bring live details and personal profiles of the miners to enthralled onlookers glued to the unprecedented drama.
9m in April-June 2009, mainly driven up by the ongoing conversion of wireless PC peripherals vendors from older 27 MHz radio frequency technology to Nordic Semiconductor's 2.
The satellite has a payload consisting of 24x 36MHz FSS Kuband (12 fixed and 12 steerable beams), 6x 27 MHz BSS Ku-band and 3x 200MHz FSS Ka-Band transponders.
3 dB and a return loss of better than 16 dB; while at 27 MHz, the insertion loss is 0.
The Desktop operates on a 27 MHz, dual-channel frequency and requires Windows 2000 or XP and one free USB port.
Two RF power supply systems were assembled and provided frequencies in the range of 20 kHz to 27 MHz.
Required external components are minimal: a single 27 MHz oscillator or crystal and passive elements.
The EBU has recently leased a 27 MHz transponder over Asiasat 2, which enables the union to reach more than 80 broadcasters over the Asia-Pacific region.
North Korea said in the announcement that the satellite is transmitting the melody of ''immortal revolutionary hymns'' as well as ''juche Korea'' in morse code in 27 MHz.
wide web containing 150 yams in stray-field RF energy applied at 27 MHz.
9 percent; WBFM and FM to 27 MHz deviation, allowing testing of digital radios with data rates up to 2 Mb/s; phase modulation to 10 radians deviation for narrowband mobile radio equipment; and pulse modulation with rise and fall times of no more than 15 ns for testing of radar RF and IF stages.