V band

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V band

[′vē ‚band]
(electromagnetism)
A radio-frequency band of 46.0 to 56.0 gigahertz.
(spectroscopy)
Absorption bands that appear in the ultraviolet part of the spectrum due to color centers produced in potassium bromide by exposure of the crystal at temperature of liquid nitrogen (81 K) to intense penetrating x-rays.
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The company designs, manufactures and markets proprietary, high-bandwidth, millimeter wave wireless products, including the HaulPass V10g 10 Gbps V-Band wireless transmission link.
Terragraph leverages V-Band spectrum at 60GHz to wirelessly extend fiber throughout cities, including in difficult-to-reach neighbourhoods.
Carrier frequencies are increasing, to 6GHz for Frequency Range 1 (FR1) into the mm-wave range at 24-52GHz in FR2, and ultimately through the V-band frequencies to 75GHz and beyond.
The V-band clamps used to assemble exhaust systems on turbocharged piston-powered airplanes have long been a source of concern to operators, maintainers and regulators alike.
"Promoting the effective utilisation of high capacity backhaul E-band (71-76/81-86 GHz) and V-band (57-64 MHz) spectrum in line with international best practices ..Rationalizing annual royalty charges for microwave links for backhaul connectivity," the draft said.
It is also demonstrating its Gigabit-To-The-Home solution (StreetNode V60-PTP) operating at the V-band and stressing on the ease of installation of high-capacity mmWave radios that enables ISPs to expand their fibre access network.
With an absolute V-band magnitude of 7.94, d1005+68 is one of the faintest confirmed galaxies discovered outside of the Local Group.
Firstly, six V-band (50-75 GHz) horn antennas were printed to select the appropriate "material + process + postprocess" for our purpose.
CirtekATS was recently chosen by Sivers IMA of Sweden as manufacturer of E- and V-Band converters.
The broadband business, meanwhile, had been adversely affected by the curtailment of orders from customers selling to Russia, a market that had been an early adopter of E-band and V-band technology.