sectorization


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sectorization

(ˌsɛktəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

sectorisation

n
the act or state of sectorizing
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Contract notice: implementation of sectorization flow meters and an overspeed valve for the drinking water supply system
This agreement enables us to deploy new antennas that will support the underlying enabling technologies such as higher order sectorization, carrier addition, carrier aggregation and massive MIMO, as we upgrade our radio networks from 2G to 5G technology.
The combination of stochastic geometry tools for modeling random femtocells and a deterministic grid model for the hexagonally shaped macrocells allows for analytical performance evaluation, while preserving existing, efficient interference and capacity improvement mechanisms, such as FFR and the use of antenna sectorization.
Wherever I've worked, I've been expected to draw the entire surrounding airspace from memory, replete with radar sectorization, frequencies, navaids, airways, radials, fixes, SIDS/STARS, and instrument approaches.
The re-centering efforts were to address the possible negative sectorization effects of NPM reforms.
The objective of sectorization was to avoid placement of patients in facilities that did not meet their needs and to limit overcrowding in hospitals.
7 antenna pattern Antenna downtilt 3[degrees] Receiver noise figure NF = 5 dB Cell size/radius 8 km Sectorization 3 sectors Antenna polarization [+ or -] 45[degrees] Reference sensitivity -101.
One key issue in DAC is the sectorization problem, that is, how to divide an airspace into several sectors.
The following section describes the Copenhagen School's perspectives on securitization and sectorization, leading into Hansen and Nissenbaum's (2009) proposal to create a cyber-sector.
Majority of LC were performed by using a modified three port technique called sectorization rather than triangulation with 10 mm umbilical camera port a 5mm dissecting port 4-5 cm below xiphoid sternum and a third 5mm port in left rather than right midclavicular line 10-15 cm away from umbilicus for holding Hartmann's pouch in most of the cases.