transmission band

transmission band

[tranz′mish·ən ‚band]
(electromagnetism)
Frequency range above the cutoff frequency in a waveguide, or the comparable useful frequency range for any other transmission line, system, or device.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As a result, within the transmission band, the polarization of the emerging wave on the other side will be circular.
3) shows a transmission band at 3448 [cm.sup.-1] which confirms the presence of O-H stretch.
802.11ac's 5GHz transmission band requires relatively dense WAP coverage areas, so for new deployments, it is essential, the company says, to consider the cabling infrastructure.
It is more important that the transmission band begins to form; forbidden band can clearly be seen in the transmission spectra from Figure 3(b).
As is apparently indicated, the antenna with the bionic FSS is characterized by a remarkable RCS reduction within the transmission band of the FSS.
Also there is a shift in the transmission band towards the higher side.
Furthermore, the new design of FSS generates a broader pass band, a reduced insertion loss in the transmission band and a great symmetry property because of the increase in duty ratio which is obtained by these two circular apertures on both sides of the dipole slot.
DMT breaks the available transmission band into a large number of narrowband transmission channels and optimizes the transmission power and bit rate independently for each individual sub-channel, according to its attenuation and noise characteristics.
The design provides common mode rejection within the transmission band, reducing EMI.
In [21, 22], the absorptive frequency selective surface (AFSS) with the absorbing band locating lower than the transmission band is introduced, but the designs are polarization dependent because of the asymmetric structure.

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