CBX

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AcronymDefinition
CBXCommunication Branch Extender
CBXComputerized Branch Exchange
CBXComputer-controlled Branch Exchange
CBXCross Bronx Expressway (New York)
CBXComputerized Business Exchange
CBXC-Band Transponder
CBXCold Box
CBXCoulomb-Born Approximation with Exchange
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Satellite operator SES S.A (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) announced on Tuesday that Arqiva, a leading UK communications infrastructure and media services company, has contracted a C-Band transponder on SES' NSS-806 satellite for the distribution of premium sports content across Latin America and the Caribbean.
Bangladesh will operate satellite from 119.1 degree east using a payload comprising 26 Ku-Band and 14 C-Band transponders to deliver focused telecommunications coverage to Bangladesh.
The Merah Putih satellite has a capacity of 60 active transponders, consisting of 24 C-band transponders and 12 extended C-band transponders that cover South Asia.
The C-band transponders of APSTAR 9 Satellite provides broad coverage for entire Asia and Pacific island countries.
More than 180 geostationary telecommunications satellites today provide services via more than 2000 C-band transponders. The broad range of services provided by the satellite community in the C-band are essential today for a balanced and equitable development of these services across the planet," Bureau adds.
The "over-the-sea use" Rukmini, with UHF, S, Ku and C-band transponders, is to be followed by GSAT-7A with the IAF and Army sharing its "over-the-land use" bandwidth.
In all, KVH uses 15 Ku-band transponders overlaid with 3 global C-band transponders to provide worldwide coverage with its broadband connectivity.
The satellite features 8 C-band transponders and 1 L-band transponder to relay, round-the-clock, data streams to multiple users within the Russian Satellite Communications and Broadcasting System.
It also has two C-band beams, one with global coverage and one with hemispheric coverage, which can be operated with up to 24 active C-band transponders. The satellite also provides Ka-band uplink capability, allowing for flexible operations between Europe and Africa.
The PAKSAT-1R weighs 5,115kg and is based on the DongFangHong-4 platform with 18 Ku-band and 12 C-band transponders onboard.
Yahsat 1A will carry 14 C-band transponders, eight with 36 Megahertz of power and six with 54 Megahertz.
The KRG's signing for multiple C-band transponders on Telesat's Anik F3 satellite represents last year's promise for round two of the federal government's National Satellite Initiative.