crossband


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crossband

(ˈkrɒsˌbænd)
n
(Furniture) (in furniture) a layer of wood beneath, and with its grain at right angles to, the veneer
adj
(Telecommunications) (in radio communication) capable of operating across different bands
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Forewing hyaline and about apical fourth of wings slightly infuscate, with an infuscated crossband below apical third of marginal vein and stigmal vein, and a cluster of dark bristles below the apex of marginal vein.
Contract Awarded for crossband communications repeater housing - communications equipment training aid.
5 mm) of yellow or yellow-and-brown body coloration; wings with brown or pale brown subapical crossband and faintly darkened area along apical portion of costal vein.
In Canada, plywood forms, such as COFI FORM and COFI FORM PLUS, are certified and manufactured with specialty plywood made with stricter limits on face and crossband species and thicknesses than standard construction Douglas-fir plywood.
The Defense Payload Segment, owned by the Australian government on Singtel's Optus C1 satellite, includes an X-band payload using four transponders with Earth, regional and spot beam coverage features, an X/Ka crossband capability, and a UHF Earth coverage beam with six channels, one 25 kHz and five 5 kHz channels.
Ultraspan and Crossband Ultraspan are panel products made of three layers of wood strands bonded together with marine grade phenolic resins.
And without missing a beat the General Dynamics team confirmed that the company's Crossband Repeater is simply two PRC-112 computer boards put together back-to-back to act as a UHF/satcom repeater that doesn't decode but simply forwards the signal in an auto-relay mode.
Other features include full crossband duplex test and automated bit error rate test capabilities.
This will provide an RF capacity of three Gbps, an ISR feed of six Gbps and laser-based crossband links of 20 Gbps with over 90 beams.