communication band

communication band

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ‚band]
(communications)
The band of frequencies effectively occupied by a radio transmitter for the type of transmission and the speed of signaling used.
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This, NEC argues, enables enhancement of security and certification, as well as control management of communication band and usage amount.
Narda is introducing a new series of low cost, communication band power combiners/dividers, SMA and Type N connector versions of 2-way, 4-way, 6-way, 8-way, and 16-way power combiners/dividers providing excellent isolation and low insertion loss in unique, broadband, microwave structure are available.
This signal causes the transmission to spread across a large portion of a communication band and appear noise-like.
The low-cost CX6002 filter module allows two-way communication between the customer premise equipment (CPE) and the cable network with minimal crossover interference between the downstream broadcast frequency spectrum and the customer-to-Internet upstream communication band.
The range will include 2 antenna towers and cover all satellite communication bands from C to Ka.
A compact UWB antenna integrated with GSM/WCDMA/WLAN bands, as shown in [15], employed three folded Capacitive Loaded Line Resonators (CLLRs) to add three lower communication bands.
Nonetheless, only a few papers have been reported to focus the integration of the UWB band and other available wireless communication bands.
The structure of the proposed antenna not only is easy to be fabricated and modified for WLAN and other communication bands but also, because of the side-feed characteristic, is an element to form a larger array easily.
The broad frequency range of 10 MHz to 20 GHz covers all major communication bands with frequency resolution of 10 kHz, 0.
Networking products using these communication bands have higher data throughput than for those in lower frequency bands and can be used in all geographic regions.
Airfast RF power solutions are expected to deliver the industry's widest bandwidth products, and are intended to support signals in excess of 150 MHz instantaneous bandwidth and enable simultaneous operation over multiple communication bands.
A wide range of state-of-the-art horn-based and splash plate feed systems are available for prime focus and single and dual-offset antennas covering all the key satellite communication bands, including C, SHF, Ku, DBS and Ka-band frequencies.

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