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Q-band

A radio frequency band of 36 to 46 GHz.
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1976) C- and Q-band polymorphisms in the chromosomes of three human populations.
Tamashiro, "Development of 500 W Ka-band helix-TWT and 200 W Q-band helix-TWT for communications applications," Proc.
are leading manufacturers of subsystems and components for satellite and microwave communications from IF through Q-band including: Upconverters, Downconverters, Translators, Redundant Switchover Units, Redundant Amplifier Systems, INMARSAT equipment, Video Modulators and Demodulators, and Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers.
Tenders are invited for: High voltage cable for q-band traveling wave tube amplifiers (artes at 5c.
Provider of virtual queuing systems for leisure attractions reported on Thursday that it has signed a five year agreement to install and operate its new Q-band water park ride reservation system for Zoombezi Bay, which is owned and operated by Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
By using two different dual-mode cavities a Q-band filter with a good selectivity, an elliptical filtering response, and low insertion loss is obtained.
Alexis is a passionate music listener and drummer since the age of six, has recorded two albums with rock bands in Mexico, played at Yamaha's 1989 Band Explosion contest in Japan, and with his most recent band, Q-Band, performed at Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas.