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high-powered

(of an optical instrument or lens) having a high magnification
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Scheduled to replace Satcom C1 by the end of 2004, the WS-2 advanced high-powered C-band satellite will serve broadcasters, cable programmers, Internet service providers, government agencies, educational institutions, carriers and private networks throughout the Atlantic Region, including North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Africa.
NSS-6 will offer high-powered Ku- and Ka-band services to more than 60 percent of the world's population with its six interconnected beams covering India, China, Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, the Middle East and South Africa.
The new mobile DirecPC(R) service will be broadcast using Bell ExpressVu's high-powered Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) satellite.
Multiplex's products are designed to meet the high performance demands of the long distance market and include high-powered lasers, high-speed electro-absorption modulated lasers, tunable lasers, and signal receiving gear.
Nasdaq:PWAV) today announced that it has entered into a purchasing agreement with Lucent Technologies under which Powerwave will supply Lucent with high-powered multi-carrier RF power amplifiers (MCPA) for use in Lucent's cellular band wireless base stations.
Fitel Technologies and Furukawa have a strong history and expertise in developing and manufacturing high-powered pump lasers, and currently hold nearly 70% of the total market share for 14xx pump lasers.
CTT's technology provides the ability to increase the performance and durability of high-powered lasers used in high power optical storage devices, such as DVD drives, and thus solves the common problem of low reliability during long-term operation.

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