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microwave spectrum

[′mī·krə‚wāv ′spek·trəm]
(electromagnetism)
The range of wavelengths or frequencies of electromagnetic radiation that are designated microwaves.
(spectroscopy)
A display, photograph, or plot of the intensity of microwave radiation emitted or absorbed by a substance as a function of frequency, wavelength, or some related variable.
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(1957) Internal barrier of propylene oxide from the microwave spectrum. I.
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To support the operators strategy to grow and differentiate its enterprise business, Ceragons IP-20 Platform delivers high-speed business connectivity using licensed microwave spectrum. This solution offers a significant speed and reliability advantage to the operator over its competitors, which use license-exempt spectrum.
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said it has announced a sales and co-marketing agreement to re-sell Straight Path Spectrum, Inc.'s licensed 39 GHz microwave spectrum in the United States.
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