frequency range


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frequency range

(1) A group of frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum that are assigned by regulatory agencies for a particular purpose. Also called a "frequency band." See frequency bands, spectrum, satellite frequency bands and optical bands.

(2) A group of frequencies that occur naturally such as the audio spectrum. See audio.
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Allocating a low frequency range through an auction will reduce the operators' investment burden, liberalize the telecommunications market and promote the wide-range development of the LTE network." Guluzade said.
A mid-range speaker is a loudspeaker driver that reproduces sound in the frequency range from 250 to 2000 Hz.
Next is the CW-S300, a SDI wireless system that is capable of delivering uncompressed SDI signals over the same frequency range as the CW-H150, but across an extended distance of 300m.
Manganese-zinc ferrites (Mn-Zn) with relative magnetic permeability (magnetic inductive capacity) p = 600 - 20.000 are usually used for frequency range of 0.1 MHz - 2 MHz, and for 1MHz - 2.45 GHz - nickel zinc ferrites (Ni - Zn) with relative magnetic permeability p = 15-2000 are used.
* Two zeroing methods: full frequency range and spot.
For this reason, medical ultrasound typically hovers within a frequency range of between 2MHz and 20MHz.
pe dielectric properties of unfilled and filled composites of epoxy resins have been studied as a function of pickness in pe frequency range 10-1 Hz to 105 Hz at room temperature.
The tests achieved 1 Gbps 'symmetrical' services - where bandwidth can be split to provide simultaneous upload and download speeds of 1Gbps - over 70 metres using a frequency range of 350MHz.
* 2.5 mm x 2.0 mm /4 pad ceramic housing manufactured in large volumes and used mainly within the 16 MFIz to 32 MHz frequency range.
The instrument allows characterization of very soft to hard materials over a broad frequency range, very quickly and without contact.
WIND has been awarded two blocks FDD (5+5 MHZ paired each) of spectrum in the 800MHz frequency range and four FDD (5+5 MHz paired) blocks in the 2,600MHz frequency range for a total consideration of EUR1,120m.

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