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A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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Thomas had on June 25 announced that BWA spectrum would be available by June- end ( by early last week).
Since real environmental samples will likely involve complex matrices with many potential interferents, the performance of the multiplexed array was further assessed with wastewater spiked with individual autoclaved bacterial cultures of BWAs at various volumetric dilution factors (1:3 and 1:10) (online Appendix Table 3).
Martin Welsh, technical director of BWA, said: ``It is vitally important to the future of BWA that the company continues to train and develop the potential of the young people in this area.
BWA has guided publicly to operating cash flow in the $1 billion range and capital spending in excess of $450 million in 2012.
The issue is still not clear if the delay in the allotment of BWA spectrum could further delay the availability of 3G spectrum.
Brad Greenspan, chairman of BWA stated, "We believe that the BWA proposal offers Linktone shareholders an opportunity to enhance the value of their shares by introducing the necessary ingredients to develop and execute an effective business plan for Linktone in 2008 and beyond.
The measure of support by Scottish Baptists for the BWA can be seen in the fact that between 1900 and 1945 there were more items published in the SBM with reference to this external agency than to any other Baptist body.
He joined BWA in 2001, serving as an Account Manager in North America and then as Director of Sales for the Americas.
This important, country-wide program will support upgrading to overall customer service through more accurate water bills, faster response times, better client record management, increased fairness among consumers, earlier identification of leaks, replacement of broken water meters, better transparency, and ultimately increased consumer confidence in the BWA.
of PLUS quoted BWA Group plc ('BWA') to request that the
The rules of BWA auction does not abstain any successful bidder to go for such tie- up," telecom secretary P.