C-band


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C-band

The electromagnetic radiation on frequencies between 3.9 and 6.2 GHz.
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The proposal, which builds on an innovative model first put forward to the FCC by Intelsat and Intel Corporation in October 2017, sets a commercial and technical framework that would enable wireless operators to quickly access approximately 100 MHz of nationwide C-band downlink spectrum in the United States, speeding the deployment of next-generation 5G services.
It will further accelerate C-band deployment around the globe, helping operators continue to build leading edge networks.
In particular, C-band communications are part of the bedrock of daily life and economic activity in tropical Asia.
Uniden is a major manufacturer of C-band receivers.
Yang Chaobin, president of Huawei 5G product line, said: In the 5G era, the available bands for operators will increase, and the coverage of higher bands such as C-band will become a major barrier to deployment.
With the extended C-band being now available, CETel and Arabsat have complemented their existing service-proven portfolio of satellite enabled communications solutions.
So how does Znidarsic, a C-band veteran expect to hold up both ends?
The C-band satellite is the first in that frequency at 105 degrees to be operated by SES AMERICOM.
Historically the first band to be deployed for satellite services, the C-band is indisputably recognised for its high reliability and resilience in extreme weather conditions.
Arabsat has collaboratedwith CETel to build an earth station to jointlystepinto extended C-band coverage.
National Programming Service, LLC (NPS) has been providing quality C-Band satellite programming since 1985.
The use of additional C-band spectrum for mobile broadband in London and Shenzhen alone will generate an additional US$440 million ( 400 million) of economic benefit whilst protecting the continued operation of incumbent services, according to a new report from the GSMA1.