L-band


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L-bandEPIRB system - 1.6 Ghz
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With L-band leases, the services could have a pay-as-you-go approach to mobile communications and avoid upfront costs.
Under the terms of the agreement, RigNet will become a key Global Xpress distribution partner for the global energy sector and will offer Global Xpress and L-band services to RigNet's growing customer base.
Qualcomm said it had acquired 40 MHz of L-band spectrum to bring a variety of wireless technologies to the UK market in collaboration with its partners.
Thales estimates that over 12,000 aircraft will be fitted with in-flight connectivity equipment in the next decade, and that L-band satellite-based solutions will dominate the market.
DNE is pleased to announce the addition of L-band fiber extension to the CV-MCU2+ portfolio.
Orange, Ericsson and Qualcomm have successfully used L-band frequencies to demonstrate the use of supplemental downlink technology on a mobile network, thereby confirming the potential of this approach to increase mobile broadband capacity and enhance user experience.
L-band SDL will help to increase the capacity of mobile broadband networks by aggregating the 1452-1492 MHz band in the downlink with other IMT FDD bands (800, 900, 1800 or 2100 MHz for example) using HSPA+ and LTE standards.
IsatData Pro is a jointly developed service that teams SkyWave's range of terminals with Inmarsat's global L-band satellite network to offer the highest payload and lowest latency of any L-band satellite store-and-forward service.
NIST has developed two wavelength calibration transfer standards for the new L-band of wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) optical fiber communication systems.
5GHz band for IMT , developed by Plum Consulting, highlights that there is nearly unanimous commitment around the world for a mobile broadband identification in the L-band frequency range 1427-1518MHz1.
com ) announced it is now shipping its new Core Function Products (CFP) series Active L-band Splitters, the DEV 2161 and DEV 2162.
L), the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, today announced a pathway product to its future Global Xpress™ (GX) service, providing maritime users with access to both Ku-band VSAT and L-band FleetBroadband services in a bundled package.