frequency spectrum


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fre·quen·cy spec·trum

the range of frequencies in a signal, used to describe the resolving power of an imaging system in radiology.
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Frequency spectrum encroachment can not only create disruption between wireless systems, but can also threaten the close relationships between the Navy and its neighbors if Navy operations create interference in the surrounding communities.
It is necessary to choose suitable characteristics of frequency spectrum for a classification and defectoscopy of foils.
The physics of the radio frequency spectrum mean that certain frequencies are better suited for certain applications and that interference between systems must be considered.
The modification consists of an active electronically scanned array antenna that will resolve a conflict with the so-called Ku Band frequency spectrum, which the Federal Communications Commission has opened up to commercial communications transmissions.
The technology electronically manages the shape of the ultrasound frequency spectrum, allowing sound waves to travel through the body with less of the distortion and information loss normally caused by the body.
This report provides an introduction to radio frequency spectrum, including spectrum auctions and future developments, with a focus on the USA and Europe/UK.
50 million to the radio frequency spectrum release plan which aims at supporting the telecommunications sector at all governorates in the Sultanate.
In at least two situations - the radio frequency spectrum squeeze and in hiring - Edwards is in the forefront of Defense Department initiatives aimed at easing those problems, the general said.
Acuson's new Acoustic Response Technology (ART) electronically manages the shape of the ultrasound frequency spectrum in a new way, allowing sound waves to travel through the body with less of the distortion and information loss normally caused by the body to the ultrasound beam.
Hittite is poised to benefit as more applications move up the frequency spectrum and into Hittite's sweet spot.
Until now, because of space constraints, designers were limited to coupling capacitors with a range up to 100oF, resulting in limited performance in the low frequency spectrum.
UWB technology is quite different from the cellular and wireless networking standards employed today, which rely on a narrowband frequency spectrum to transmit and receive data.

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