GAPFILLER

AcronymDefinition
GAPFILLERUHF SATCOM System
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Toward almost closed genomes with GapFiller. Genome Biol.
Through a program called Gapfiller, the Navy leased Inmarsat transponders to meet communications requirements in Somalia and Kuwait in the 1990s.
Air Force contract option to build a third satellite in the Wideband Gapfiller Satellite, or WGS, program.
Its availability for use as the gapfiller in a variety of different federal statutes suggests that the four-year period can reduce the problems of complexity and uncertainty otherwise associated with regimes of borrowing.
Meanwhile, it is in the process of fielding two powerful new satellite communications fleets, the Advanced-EHF (extremely high frequency) and the Wideband Gapfiller System.
(8.) "Wideband Gapfiller System," GobalSecurity.org, 10 April 2005, http://www.globalsecurity.org/space /systems/wgs-schedule.htm.
The dominant US military satcom frequency bands for the next decade will be the X and Ka bands, principally because of the Wideband Gapfiller Satellite (WGS) constellation, the first (of five) of which was launched on 10 October of this year.
The Block 2 Phoenix will be designated the AN/TSC-156A and adds the capability of using a fourth band known as Ka-band, which will be available on the Wideband Gapfiller Satellite.
The very first Wideband Gapfiller that we get into orbit will provide greater capability and bandwidth than all the DSCS satellites combined.
Some of you are working on the Wideband Gapfiller satellites that will dramatically augment our DSCS capability.
These modular, lightweight and high-capacity military satellite communication ground terminals will utilize the Defense Satellite Communications System, Wideband Gapfiller System, and commercial satellite systems such as international telecommunications satellites.