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guard band

n
(Broadcasting) a space left vacant between two radio frequency bands, or between two tracks on a magnetic tape recording, to avoid mutual interference
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Daytime music-makers include Gloucestershire Police and blues, jazz, Samba, Bavarian, even a Memphis Air National Guard band, paying rock homage to local hero Elvis Presley.
The difference between your normal operating point and the 95% minimum is often called a guard band.
IBflex scanning receivers provide a reliable characterization of NB-IoT network performance through precise measurements of NB-IoT signals in all three operation modes (In-Band, Guard Band, and Stand Alone).
My wife, Ericha, has not-for-profit and small business experience, and I worked several years in Air National Guard Band tour operations.
The MWS welcomes longtime Coast Guard Band Principal Trombonist Mark Weaver as the soloist.
The model investigates three spectrum sharing scenarios: co-channel, zero guard band (ZGB), and adjacent channel.
Designing the most effective system within those limits (with effective guard band of course) was their objective.
This Home Guard band used to lead the local companies from Dormanstown for route march duties or parades around the area for morale boosting and information films within local cinemas.
He highlighted the processes followed by TRA for granting the National Fixed Wireless Licences to Zain and Mena Telecom, the third Mobile Licence to VIVA and the 1800 MHz GSM Guard Band Licence to Bahrain Broadband.
The Air National Guard Band of the Northeast will perform in East Brookfield Elementary School on Route 9.
The Bahrain Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has relaunched the auction process for the GSM Guard Band Frequencies Licence.