extended coverage


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Extended Coverage Endorsement

An optional addition to a Standard Fire Policy that provides coverage for additional and more uncommon risks. Covered events include riots, explosions, airplane damage and so forth. One pays an additional premium for the extended coverage endorsement.

extended coverage

Insurance that covers specific risks not covered in a normal policy.
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The Select Machinery Warranty is applicable to all eligible inventory of participating used machinery dealers and new machinery manufacturers, providing extended coverage against mechanical or electrical breakdown.
5 FM and 1380 AM will provide Sacramento radio listeners with extended coverage of the California Primary Election Tuesday, June 6.
Tri-Power Group has installed over 500 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) providing over 100 million square feet of extended coverage into indoor environments underserved by existing networks.
5 enhancements include: enhanced case management workflows, increased system speed, broader trade board coverage, extended coverage to 14 additional eBay country sites bringing the total to 24 sites, the ability to monitor eBay stores and expanded database functionality.
This would include the introduction of new services and extended coverage throughout Fiji.
The WLAN Array also features a high gain, Multi-sector Antenna System that extends Wi-Fi access to more workers over an extended coverage area.
The extended coverage also allows IT managers to pinpoint and remove systems that have been infected by spyware and bots, aiding them in the process of cleaning infected systems.
With repeaters/bridges in place, clients using nomadic wireless devices, such as laptops and PDAs, can roam across the entire extended coverage area, while remaining connected within a secure wireless network.
The APs provide extended coverage (2,000+ feet range) and employ 128/192/256 bit AES encryption for robust wireless security.
It's ideal for applications in hotspots, mobile/stationary vehicles, tent cities, aboard ships and wherever broad mesh and extended coverage is needed," remarked Steven Chen, 3eTI's President & CEO.

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