satellite band

satellite band

[′sad·əl‚īt ‚band]
(cell and molecular biology)
A fraction of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) of an organism which has a different density from the rest and is therefore separable as a band in density gradient centrifugation; these bands are usually made up of highly repetitive sequences of DNA.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Taurus-X is available in both the X-band Troposcatter (7.1-7.9 GHz) and Satellite band (7.9-8.4 GHz) and can be configured with or without an integrated L-band Block Up-converter (BUC).
Primarily, consider the satellite band on which both units operate.
While the outwardly visible reason for this spat was that the ES Group, rather than Kanal 7, was given a satellite band, the real reason is actually about profits and interests, and this becomes clear when one scrutinizes the serious allegations and insults that are now flying back and forth.
Also, a performance of this model is limited, as it delivers only two resonance frequencies for satellite band. Therefore, the present problem of analysis is a suitable candidate.
The objective of this work is to improve our previous model by accounting for the effect of the absorption of solar radiation in the upwelling path as well as in multiple scattering between the ground and the atmosphere in the satellite band. The methods for calculating absorption of solar radiation by water vapour and ozone have also been improved.
In addition, some of the issues involved in making satellite band measurements such as Sirius/XM and GPS and terrestrial band measurements such as CELL800 and CELL1800 are reviewed.
"With iDirect's technology, CrossSat can leverage a single platform to connect to multiple satellites and support any satellite band. This greatly expands the market that we can serve and enables us to meet the diverse needs of the oil and gas industry in China and around the world."
This high power drop-in isolator supports the 5.8 to 6.5 GHz satellite band. This design meets the recent demand for reverse power capability of up to 70 W.
The energy separation distance between the satellite band and the K[alpha] line ranges from about 10 eV up to about 40 eV for atomic number 12 < Z < 30.
Programmable data rates from 9.6 kbps to 2.336 Mbps can be achieved with full satellite band access.
As digital compression technology opens the satellite band for more channels, operations like Star will be able to customize programming to the most local degree, potentially turning niche markets into new areas of profitablity.

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