crossbanding


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crossbanding

(ˈkrɒsˌbændɪŋ)
n
a veneer border, as on furniture, with its grain at right angles to the grain of the adjacent wood
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Teleport will also have terrestrial connectivity to Mobile User Objective System to support service crossbanding and multiple hop requirements.
The system accomplishes its mission through the use of on-board signal processing and signal routing, on-board resource control, crossbanding (receiving signals at one frequency, processing them and relaying them at a different frequency) and satellite cross-links which exchange signals between satellites without the use of ground station relays.
In his capacity as the 302nd Signal Battalion S-4, his responsibilities included planning, support and implementation of a broad range of logistics programs pursuant to new equipment fielding of DoD C4 systems, including Satellite Command upgrades and Army transformation initiatives such as teleport, that will provide SATCOM crossbanding capabilities to joint combatant commanders and the deployed warfighter.
It is often used for small items such as jewelry boxes, musical instruments and patternmaking and may be sliced into veneer to use for faces, crossbanding and backs of plywood.
Overlays, Crossbanding, See Crossbanding--Veneer, Wood Fiber 269
At the Wild hot press, wood composite crossbanding and veneer faces are laminated to the core.