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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In recent years, smartphone use and demand for wireless broadband access have intensified, increasing use of the radio frequency spectrum.
Use of frequency spectrum without obtaining license from PTA is an offense under Section 31 of Pakistan Telecommunication (Re-Organization) Act 1996.
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.
DVB-T system has higher frequency spectrum utilization by using code orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (COFDM).
The Finnish Presidency held an informal dinner on 10 December focusing on the issue of frequency spectrum policy (see Europolitics 3206).
It is necessary to choose suitable characteristics of frequency spectrum for a classification and defectoscopy of foils.
Digital experts say the frequency spectrum is far more crowded in Japan than in other countries.
The frequency spectrum was measured as well as the time for the amplitude of the string to decay.
With this type of technology, the 50-year-old entrepreneur says Sentel, which employs 56, can make the radio frequency spectrum more useable.
The Australian Government previously sought public comment on the benefits and costs of maximising what has become known as Australia's digital dividend', the term used to describe the radio frequency spectrum made available as a result of the switchover to digital-only television, and in doing so has announced it will release a contiguous block of spectrum between 694MHz and 820MHz to be freed-up from switchover.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and Frequency Allocation Board (FAB) have been monitoring frequency spectrum and taking enforcement action against illegal/unauthorized user of frequency spectrum on regular basis, press statement said on Wednesday.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has announced an invitation to apply for radio frequency spectrum for provision of mobile broadband services in the 700, 800 and 2,600 MHz bands.

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