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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To provide flexibility to any mobile network operator (MNO) or neutral host deployment, the MCC200 Series offers an outdoor rated modular system that can accommodate any LTE communication band up to 6 GHz.
This, NEC argues, enables enhancement of security and certification, as well as control management of communication band and usage amount.
This signal causes the transmission to spread across a large portion of a communication band and appear noise-like.
Designed to fit any operator or neutral host provider, the MCC series offers a modular solution that can accommodate any wireless communication band up to 6 GHz.
The antenna works at the on-board dedicated short-range communication band (5.725-5.850 GHz).
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.
Interference occurs in UWB systems because other communication bands coexist within this frequency range.
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. However, the gains in these extra bands were low.
Nonetheless, only a few papers have been reported to focus the integration of the UWB band and other available wireless communication bands. In [7, 8], an L-shaped resonant element and a fork-shaped monopole were employed to integrate the Bluetooth band with the existing UWB operation, respectively.
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, 0.1 dB power resolution, and fast switching speed of 300 [micro]s.

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