C band

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C band

[′sē ‚band]
(communications)
A band of radio frequencies extending from 4 to 8 gigahertz.
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The C-band satellite consortium is to be set up to ensure that the expansion of the C-band ecosystem in the U.
The satellitehas exceeded its design life and is not being replaced by an equivalent C-band satellite at the same location.
Under the new 36-month agreement, GEE's EMC service line will provide satellite connectivity to SeaBird's fleet of six seismic exploration vessels through its global C-band satellite network.
Under the new 36-month agreement, GEEs EMC service line will provide satellite connectivity to SeaBirds fleet of six seismic exploration vessels through its global C-band satellite network.
MOTC will use C-band satellite services on Intelsat 902 located at 62[degrees] East, and Ku-band services on Intelsat 906 located at 64[degrees] East for VSAT network and cellular backhaul services.
Reportedly, MOTC will use C-band satellite services on Intelsat 902 located at 62[degree sign] East and Ku-band services on Intelsat 906 located at 64[degree sign] East for VSAT network and cellular backhaul services.
The network will operate in the C-band satellite spectrum and will provide reliable and efficient high-bandwidth connectivity throughout the country.
According to the company, the JUPITER ground control gateways and remote terminals, which are currently under construction, will operate over both Ku- and C-band satellite links to power broadband services for enterprises, consumers and cellular providers across Myanmar.
8220;There is simply no substitute that can equal the coverage and the reliability of C-band satellite beams,” said CASBAA CEO Christopher Slaughter.
Excerpted from Report TR-05-419 published in 2005, three papers describe procedures for characterizing ultrawideband emissions and for measuring interference susceptibility and gated noise interference to C-band satellite digital television receivers.
A C-band satellite antenna has been installed at the Keewaytinook Okimakanak's K-Net Service hub in Sioux Lookout.
The equipment to be used will be a C-band satellite system used to receive C-band television broadcasts.