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L band

[′el ‚band]
(communications)
A band of radio frequencies between 1 and 2 gigahertz.
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The L-band service offers quick deployment of connectivity for news crew and first responders in locations around the globe, especially in locations where cellular connectivity is poor, or where having standard ground equipment for satellite communications is not feasible.
The same flights were made for L-band and C-band measurements.
The two analog tuner outputs are digitized by two Texas Instruments ADS5463 500 MHz 12-bit A/D converters to capture the full 123 MHz bandwidth, three times that of Pentek's previous L-Band tuners.
* VSAT services from Ku-band, L-band, C-band, and HTS
The customer payload data is uplinked by a high-gain aero antenna using the standard or extended L-band frequency.
"This approach is of particular relevance for MENA countries where downlink data traffic is booming and where the harmonisation and use of L-band SDL can generate substantial economic and social benefits reaching $26bn, as elaborated in a report by Plum Consulting," he added.
ETL Systems' Dextra Splitters and Combiners A new range of web-enabled professional splitters and combiners to cover the L-band frequency range will be available to view at NAB SHOW for the first time.
The one that appeared most practical to Navy acquisition officials was something akin to having the Defense Department become an anchor tenant on one of the commercial L-band systems, principally INMARSAT, Iridium or Globalstar.
Ruy Pinto, Inmarsat's chief technical officer, told BBC News: "When we started thinking about this project five years ago, we'd come to the conclusion that you could not grow much further the L-band franchise - not in terms of revenue, but in terms of capacity.
Orange, Ericsson and Qualcomm have successfully used L-band frequencies to demonstrate the use of supplemental downlink technology on a mobile network, thereby confirming the potential of this approach to increase mobile broadband capacity and enhance user experience.
The beam forming system is designed to operate with the Boeing L-band geomobile satellite system being provided for Secretaria de Communicaciones y Transportes (SCT) of Mexico.
This provides maritime users with access to both Ku-band VSAT and L-band FleetBroadband services in a bundled package, said a statement.