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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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The commercial wireless companies, through a lot of legal and lobbying muscle, persuaded many at the FCC to reduce the size of the ITFS band and reallocate the reclaimed spectrum through auctions for new services.
The lawmakers called on Powell to continue the education-only reservation of ITFS licenses, to maintain the amount of spectrum allocated for ITFS, and to "ensure that the desires of commercial interests are not put before the public's interest in using this asset to promote educational advancement.
Cognio, the Cognio logo, ISMS, SAgE, Spectrum Expert, Air Quality, and Spectrum Analytics are registered trademarks of Cognio, Inc.
Following on from the publication of the Policy the next step will be to set out the detailed processes related to the actual award of spectrum licenses.
In light of this a joint document was prepared by the Ministry of Transportation and the TRA that determines the general principles for the policy of spectrum management as per the National Frequency Plan and the efficient use of this scarce resource in a manner that addresses short and long term needs for the coming era, especially with regards to new technologies such as Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) , WiFi and WiMAX.
TM) flexComm is a trademark of Spectrum Signal Processing Inc.
This new view in Spectrum Analyzer better organizes findings to make it much easier for users to immediately identify problems and instantly distinguish Wi-Fi devices from non-Wi-Fi devices.
Spectrum Analyzer, which already identified more devices than any other product in the category, now identifies 15 new devices and interference sources, including 50 Hz microwave ovens, European Bluetooth devices and devices using FSK, OFDM, QAM, FM, CW and other common modulation protocols.
This makes managing these networks and devices challenging for wireless IT managers as they operate in the most difficult spectrum to control -- the unlicensed spectrum, where these networks must compete for resources with other devices that use these frequencies.
In both cases, Spectrum Expert solves these problems by enabling wireless IT manager to identify and locate interfering devices quickly before they can bring down or impact the network.
The transactions involved the sale of Spectrum Holdings stock.
Under the agreements among the parties, the defendants will deliver 1,000,000 shares of Spectrum Holdings common stock to the company within six months following court approval.