transverter


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transverter

(trænzˈvɜːtə)
n
(Telecommunications) a piece of equipment attached to a radio transceiver to enable it to transmit and receive on additional frequencies
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Transverter nao e jogar para tras o passado e esquecido, mas caminhar junto aquilo que lhe e inerente.
Tampa Microwave has announced that the company has released a frequency transverter module that delivers enhanced operation range and capacity for Wireless LANs.
TNO-FEL in the Netherlands has developed a transverter that changes the operating frequency of Cots Wlan hardware to the 4.
The engine drives Rock Tough TV 500V series planetary transverter, which is electronically controlled and designed to integrate the transmission and torque converter to reduce hydraulic components and joints.
The transverter also offers simplified piping, therefore fewer leak paths, and provides increased gradeability.
The Cisco uBR7246 series router with the multipoint line card and transverter creates a wireless link that allows TowerStream to serve areas where other wireline technologies are unavailable.
5 GHz frequency band version of the popular UltraFlex(R) integrated transverter for broadband wireless systems.
Andrew Corporation (NASDAQ:ANDW) introduced a new line of hub sector antennas along with a new subscriber transverter for fixed broadband wireless access systems.
Earlier this month the Federal Communications Commission type certified our Ultraflex two-way customer premise transmit/receive transverter, the first given to an MMDS transverter.
For networks without reserves, each Spectrum Organizer installed instead of a new fiber trunk means one less transmitter, receiver and transverter to pay for and install as well.
Using Line Of Sight Wireless technology and utilizing calibrated Transverters, the company offers wide bandwidth wireless Internet access to corporate users, thus filling a niche market need.