midband

midband

(ˈmɪdˌbænd)
adj
using a range of frequencies between narrowband and broadband
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5GHz coverage by up to 30 percent to nearly match its midband 1.
Ericsson has launched a new radio product, AIR 3246 for Massive Multiple Input Multiple Output (Massive MIMO), which enable operators to bring 5G to subscribers using today's midband spectrum and boost capacity in their LTE networks.
This launch will enable operators -- especially in metropolitan areas -- to bring 5G to subscribers using today's midband spectrum and boost capacity in their LTE networks.
Tenders are invited for Expression of Interest (EoI) for allotment of 2 slots in Midband and 8 slots in Super Band for Tamil FTA Channels in Tamil Nadu (Except Chennai Metro Area and Coimbatore City
5% between 2010 and 2013, while midband nurses managed a paltry 0.
The level of the power division at midband at port 2 of the power divider consists of the microstrip asymmetrical coupled lines and the power divider consists of the isolated microstrip lines are 2 dB and 2.
Excellent agreement is obtained and the filter exhibited an excellent UWB bandpass performance with a FBW of about 107% at a midband frequency of 6.
The dispersive coupling is implemented via a shorted stub and controls both the proper value of the coupling coefficient at midband frequency and the position of the transmission zero.
Duct End Reflection Loss-Flush-Terminated Duct End Reflection Loss, dB Octave Midband Frequency, Hz Duct Diameter, in.
NYSE:T) has announced the introduction of expanded capabilities of AT&T's Ethernet portfolio with the rollout of a global virtual private local area network service (VPLS) and expanded midband Ethernet connection speeds -- including speeds below 10 Mbps -- that enable businesses to use Ethernet services over copper wires.
US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) has revealed that it has introduced a global virtual private local area network service (VPLS) and expanded midband Ethernet connection speeds, including speeds under 10Mb/s, enabling businesses to use Ethernet services over copper wires and extending its Ethernet portfolio.
The free-field sensitivity level of the microphone and preamplifier in the reference direction, at frequencies over at least the range of one-third-octave nominal midband frequencies from 50 Hz to 10 kHz inclusive, is within [+ or -]1.