outband

outband

In masonry, a jambstone which is laid as a stretcher and cut to take a frame.
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An erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) and an optical filter with 0.8 nm bandwidth are used to compensate the loss of optical I/Q modulator and filter out the outband noise, respectively.
6 leads to three transmission zeros at 0.6, 4.4, and 6.8 GHz to suppress the outband rejection.
However, in frequency band below 9.5 GHz or above 11.5 GHz, the ideal insertion loss of the filters using NRN structures is about 40 dB higher than that of the original response, because the NRN resonates in outband.
According to Adeosun, while testifying before the House of Representatives committee probing the issues surrounding Gwarzo's suspension, the probe of the DG was triggered by a whistle blower who informed the ministry that Gwarzo was serving as a director in two privately owned firms -Medusa and Outband even as SEC director general.
Mancuso, "Network-assisted outband D2D-clustering in 5G cellular networks: theory and practice," IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol.
D2D communication can be divided into two categories based on the spectrum in which D2D communication occurs [10]: inband D2D communication and outband D2D communication.
A third-order band-pass filter is designed based on this resonator, and its characteristics such as low insertion loss, high attenuation in the outband and high selectivity are found excellent.
Inband mode indicates the method of D2D reusing cellular spectrum, while outband mode indicates that D2D occurs on unlicensed band [3].