Spectrum definition

Spectrum means the continuous range of electromagnetic wave frequencies used for electronic communications;
Spectrum has the same meaning as PCS Spectrum.

Examples of Spectrum in a sentence

  • Children with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), including Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism, are likely to have particular difficulties with social interaction.

  • ABN 97 006 391 948 Unit 17, Spectrum Building 100–104 Railway RoadSubiaco, Western Australia 6008 PO Box 1770<..

  • Some respondents recommended assigning the 3.5 GHz band for mobile services in34 Information Paper: Short-Term Assignment of Unassigned Spectrum in the 2.3 GHz and 2.5 GHz TDD Spectrum bands.

  • The above proposed guard band, coupled with an 26 Decision on Deployment of 4G and IMT-Advanced Systems and Services using Existing 3G Spectrum Rights.

  • Spectrum Northeast, LLC, By Its Manager, Charter Communications, Inc.


More Definitions of Spectrum

Spectrum means the continuous range of electromagnetic wave frequencies up to and including a frequency of 420 terahertz;
Spectrum means Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc., a Delaware corporation.
Spectrum means any license granted by the FCC or other Governmental Authority that grants the licensee the exclusive right to operate within an assigned radio frequency, regardless of the use for which such frequency is allocated.
Spectrum means all Wireless spectrum that is owned, leased, licensed or otherwise made available or allocated to a member of the applicable Contributing Group.
Spectrum means spectrum in specific frequency bands that are subject to a Communications Licence issued to the Borrower or an Affiliate, and in the case of spectrum licensed by the FCC, this refers to, without limitation, spectrum that is licensed to the Borrower or an Affiliate in the 1610-1618.725 and the 2483.5 – 2500 MHz frequency bands.
Spectrum has the meaning set forth in the recitals.
Spectrum means Spectrum Process Systems Inc., a corporation formed under the laws of the Province of Alberta;