channel capacity


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channel capacity

[′chan·əl kə′pas·əd·ē]
(communications)
The maximum number of bits or other information elements that can be handled in a particular channel per unit time.
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Hogan, president and chief executive officer of HSN, said, "Pushing back TSM's premiere is a prudent move in view of the severely limited channel capacity faced by all programmers.
MDBA chief executive Rhondda Dickson said an assessment had been made of the potential risks to channel capacity and it was determined risks were low at this time.
It's this unique approach that enables ASTAC to quickly add GSM, other future standards and voice channel capacity via remote software downloads.
Cable multi-system operators, or MSOs, argue that if their rates are regulated, it will strap their marketing efforts, delay expansion and stymie growth of channel capacity.
This improves the receiver's channel capacity and dynamic range and enables simultaneous WLAN and WiMAX functionality.
Primestar - second biggest DBS provider in the nation - announced plans last week to upgrade service to its million-plus customers with new GE satellites launched at year's end, almost doubling its channel capacity to 140.
By being fully funded, the company will be able to expand its services as cable companies increase channel capacity and as new markets for video emerge on platforms such as speed Internet service, he said.
McGorry said this situation could be alleviated when channel capacity is expanded in the East Hills.
According to Panck, Shotscope's speed and dynamic channel capacity let it monitor 9.
Within a couple of years, when regulatory issues over rates and distribution are resolved, channel capacity will expand, and we might consider the launch of a motor sports and a sports news network.
The Company believes it will have sufficient channel capacity to launch viable systems in these markets upon award of pending ITFS license applications, as to which there is no assurance of approval, and the issuance of licenses won during the recently completed auction of wireless channel cable rights.