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Monthly Income Preferred Securities

Preferred stock representing a portion of ownership in a limited partnership. The limited partnership is a subsidiary of another company and exists only for the purpose of issuing the MIPS. The proceeds from MIPS are lent to the partnership's parent company. These securities thus combine aspects of stocks and bonds; they mature on a monthly basis and usually have a par value of $25. Returns on MIPS come out of the partnership's pretax earnings.

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Eight telecom companies had bid in for 900 MHz and 1,800 MHz.
Table 10: Main frequency bands for mobile broadband below 900 MHz - FDD mode 21
Public safety networks, which want to support mobile broadband services, are also starting to use parts of the 700 MHz band in the USA and the UAE have already allocated spectrum for their use earlier this year.
The updated Incumbent Labor Reimbursement Policy addresses reimbursement of licensee internal labor costs incurred in planning for or reconfiguring a licensee's existing facilities to operate on its replacement 800 MHz frequencies.
Motorola also offers 68040 microprocessors at speeds of 33 MHz and 25 MHz for $290 and $245, respectively in quantities of 1,000.
For more information on the 800 MHz mediation process, including the ADR Fact Sheet for Stage 2 (NPSPAC) Licensees and the TA's ADR Plan please consult the TA's website at www.
Per 1 FT-NMR exchange console, shim system, computer workstation and 5 mm probe head 300 MHz using a Bruker sample changer Next (BACS) and discharging a 360 MHz to 300 MHz Altmagneten, withdrawal of a Bruker 250 MHz Altkonsole.
Making A Film: Process to Product - MHz EAT (Education Arts Technology) is a program designed to encourage scriptwriting and filmmaking and foster the development of student creativity.
The aggregate frequency blocks that TKK sold includes - six in the 800 MHz band, seven in the 900 MHz band and 15 in the 1800 MHz band.
Within Wave 4 there are a number of licensees who have 800 MHz licenses with frequencies located in or near the international border areas defined by the FCC, which are subject to special frequency plans negotiated by the United States with the Governments of Mexico and Canada.
O2, Manx Telecom (a wholly owned subsidiary of O2), Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), and QUALCOMM (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced they are conducting a third-generation (3G) UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) field trial using 900 MHz spectrum on the Isle of Man.
Today, on the first anniversary of implementing the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 800 MHz decision, Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) announced continuing progress on reconfiguration of the 800 MHz band of the radio spectrum.