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GHz

Abbreviation for gigahertz, equal to one billion (109) hertz; used in ultrasound.
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The two signals, both broadcast at 2.4 gigahertz, traveled 442 meters through the air across open water and arrived onshore at the Doge's Palace, which once housed the rulers of Venice.
Extending the gallium nitride chips into millimeter-wave frequencies so far has achieved successful demonstrations in monolithic microwave integrated circuits operating at 35 Gigahertz and at 95 Gigahertz.
He said that Etisalat will start LTE services on 2.6 gigahertz spectrum, although the telco is aware that this spectrum will be inadequate to meet the required coverage.
Although anti-WIFI paints are nothing new, Ohkoshi's paint is the first to block frequencies at 100GHz (gigahertz).
The rule of thumb is that repeatable measurements require 1.0 mil contact placement accuracy at 10 gigahertz. J microTechnology's presentation, "Precise, Repeatable RF Measurements: Applying CPW Probes to Everyday Test Problems," explains the types of coplanar wave-guide RF probes and platforms that are available for devices under test and how to use them to get consistent and accurate test results for today's devices.
Access to a new 5 gigahertz (GHZ) radio frequency for Wi-Fi has been made available by the European Commission throughout Europe to help improve the speed of wireless access to the Internet in outlets such as airports.
The XLR processor, available at 1.2 to 1.5 GHz, is the first processor of this class to break the Gigahertz barrier with TSMC.
released a 2.4 gigahertz ZigBee[TM] wireless radio technology, ready prototype design, consummating a development agreement with Ember Corp.
The solid polypropylene rod antenna operates at 5.8 gigahertz, in North America at 6.3 gigahertz, with a measuring range of 0.3 to 20 m.
The book contains a wealth of circuit layouts, design tips and practical measurement techniques for building and testing practical gigahertz systems.