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GHz

Abbreviation for gigahertz, equal to one billion (109) hertz; used in ultrasound.
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5 and 5 GHz frequencies for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint deployment.
4 GHz AN-80i to our growing RedCONNEX portfolio of broadband wireless solutions, Redline gives carriers and network operators more choice and the industry's best performance and value for backhaul solutions.
9 GHz DSRC has many advantages, and it is under development by various research and standards organizations
Updating allocations in the 71-76 GHz, 81-86 GHz and 92-95 GHz bands to reflect changes in the international allocations made at the 1987 and 2000 world Radio Conferences;
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9 GHz frequency band, enabling consumers to avoid interference with many household products, such as baby monitors, microwaves, and WiFi.
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7 dB (min), directivity is 14 dB (min) from 1 to 20 GHz and 10 dB (min) from 20 to 40 GHz.
The 2-GHz to 4-GHZ Model AT4444 handles 1,000-W CW and 7-kW with pulse input power, the 4-GHz to 6-GHz Model AT4446 800-W CW with 15-kW pulse input power, and the 6-GHz to 8-GHz Model AT4448 700-W CW (6 GHz to 7.
The 3613A reversing and 3623A active device test sets expand the boundaries of the 360B vector network analyzer system from a previous high end of 10 GHz to 65GHz.
9 GHz will Help Accelerate the Market Development for Municipal Broadband