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GHz

Symbol for gigahertz, i.e. 109 hertz.

GHz

(communications)

GHz

GHz

(GigaHertZ) One billion cycles per second. High-speed computers have internal clocks rated in GHz, and radio frequency applications transmit in this range. For an explanation of how GHz and MHz affect computer performance, see MHz. See RF and space/time.
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SiBEAM intends to lend their full support to WirelessHD in the area of achieving consumer solutions at mass market pricing through the use of 60 GHz in CMOS technology.
The previous 13 to 20 GHz power amplifier is replaced with a new 13 to 26.
9 GHz for Public Safety, published recently, public safety communication relies on mobile mesh networks, so that once activated, it can create programmable and ad hoc network architectures to support multimedia communications.
For some time, cable operators have been exploring methods that will optimize their networks and increase average revenue per user, through solutions such as bandwidth extension to 1 GHz and further segmentation of their narrowcast service areas," said Sunil Frida, Senior Manager of Solutions and Strategy for HFC and Business Services at Harmonic Inc.
9 GHz, and 5 GHz to offer unmatched multi-band and multi-radio support to the municipal Wi-Fi and public safety markets.
9 GHz antennas for both mobile and base station applications," commented Steve Deppe, President of the PCTEL Antenna Products Group.
9 GHz band is critical for first responders because it provides reliable, secure wireless spectrum, specifically dedicated for handling mission-critical communications," said Roberta Wiggins, research fellow for the Wireless/Mobile Technologies Decision Service with the Yankee Group.
The Avago HSMS-282Y Schottky-barrier diode is optimized for signal detection applications up to 4 GHz and for mixing or frequency multiplying applications up to 6 GHz.