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 FAA on December 14, 2017, published a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) alerting the industry of its concerns regarding the failure of v-band couplings used in exhaust systems on turbocharged aircraft.
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.
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Vubiq Networks is a privately held wireless networking technology company whose focus is on broadband V-Band and E-band wireless link transmission products that enable multi-gigabit connectivity for wireless fiber optic extensions, wireless metropolitan area networks, and mobile backhaul applications.
WORK Microwave's solutions are ideal for next-generation high-speed IP-based broadcast and broadband access in Ka-, Q-, and V-band satellite systems with wideband transponders.
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.
The AAVSO V-band lightcurve of the outburst is shown in Figure 1 (in which dates are given in the American convention of MM/DD).
Siklu builds gigabit millimeter-wave wireless backhaul solutions over the 70-80 GHz E-band and 60 GHz V-band.
Especially in millimeter-wave frequencies such as V-band and W-band applications, the parasitic effects of via-holes are key issues for Marchand balun performance consideration, such as amplitude and phase balances.
Performance of a K-band helix TWTA, a V-band coupled cavity (CC) TWTA [23] and a W-band folded waveguide (FWG) TWTA [24] shown in Figure 1 has been accurately predicted by the one-dimensional (1-D) parametric code based on this digitized nonlinear theory.
In the model, all components with any possible influences on antenna performances are taken into consideration in simulations, including double substrate layers, four screws to mount the substrates, real thicknesses of both substrates and cladding copper layers, four pads under the screws, a full-sized V-band connector, and two steps to mount the connector.