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guard band

[′gärd ‚band]
(electronics)
A narrow frequency band provided between adjacent channels in certain portions of the radio spectrum to prevent interference between stations.

guard band

A frequency that insulates one signal from another. In an analog telephone line, the low band is 0-300; the high band is 3300-4000Hz.
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The trick is to minimize that guard band. If, for example, you normally produced 98% pure product--a 3% guard band--you'd be giving away 3% of 100% pure methanol at impurity prices!
He retired from the Air National Guard Band program in 2011.
Weaver was principal trombonist of the United States Coast Guard Band from 1980 until his retirement in 2009 after almost 29 years of performing across the nation, and around the world.
The model results in finding the required separation distance and the frequency guard band between the interferer and the victim system in order to co-exist.
GSM Guard Band frequencies allow important niche services to be provided, which require wireless connection.
He has performed and recorded with the National Youth Band of Canada, Canadian Ceremonial Guard Band, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and Calgary Saxophone Quartet.
Receivers on a given channel can tolerate only a certain level of adjacent-channel signal at the input without suffering significant degradation in performance.[1] The proximity in frequency (guard band) and space (guard zone) with which CDMA and non-CDMA channels can be located is determined by many parameters.
Highlights: Veterans Day activities (including a Gold Star memorial service; speakers program, the 144th Army National Guard Band and the Veterans Day parade); firefighter waterball competition; Fortnite Tournament; Wynonna (Judd) & the Big Noise in the grandstand, with Walker County band opening; a full day of 4-H competition and free concerts by the Neverly Brothers and Four Deep in the RollnUp tent.
Among the concerts, John Clark and his Odd Couple Quintet wowed with jazz versions of Mozart and the Coast Guard Band horn section and the Hartford Symphony horn section performed together.
Table 4 shows the interference from WiFi to Wireless microphone is the worst case when Wireless microphone range is 100 m and operates at frequency of 578.1 MHz namely without guard band. Consequently, the protection distance between WiFi and Wireless microphone receiver should not be less than 25.12 m.
The ceremony featured a performance by US Air National Guard band High Altitude.