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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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They feared that if the rules changed to permit for-profit entities to acquire ITFS spectrum, educators would be unable to compete at auction for available frequencies.
It could have opened eligibility for only part of the spectrum, leaving other portions restricted exclusively to educational licensees.
His customers are loyal to Spectrum Expert as well.
Cognio, the Cognio logo, ISMS, SAgE, Spectrum Expert, Air Quality, and Spectrum Analytics are registered trademarks of Cognio, Inc.
The Policy sets out the procedure to be followed in order to determine the allocation of spectrum for new technologies.
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.
This news release contains forward-looking statements related to Spectrum Signal Processing Inc.
Customers can purchase them directly through Spectrum Signal Processing or through Spectrum's authorized dealers.
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.
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.
Our modular solutions are suitable for a wide spectrum of communications systems ranging from larger, high bandwidth MILSATCOM systems to small rugged devices, which we are now able to capture with our newly launched SDR-4000 product series.
The SEC inquiry, which began in April 2004, focused on certain trading and promotional activity by an outside consultant related to the market for Spectrum Holdings stock.