Definitions

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  • v. To arrange the layers of plywood so as to make their grains cross at straight angles.

Etymologies

cross +‎ band. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Powerwave digital dividend solutions include digital dividend 800 crossband combiners/diplexers, universal crossband combiners, tower mounted amplifiers TMAs and dual and triple broadband antennas.

  • Powerwave's new broadband site solutions are dual band AWS/PCS LTE SIMO overlay combiners, LTE MIMO reconfigurable frequency and bandwidth combiners, LTE700 crossband combiner, diplexer and triplexer WiMAX™/LTE 2600 crossband combiners, universal crossband combiner, micro twin 2600 LTE tower mounted amplifier, twin 800 MHz digital dividend tower mounted amplifier, triple broadband antenna family and dual broadband antenna family.

  • This new crossband combiner/diplexer combines low frequency LTE® bands with low frequency legacy bands for feedline consolidation.

  • Truly a crossband repeater in space and one that should be accessible by most hams within its flight path.

    eHam.net News

  • The satellite's communications payload includes a beacon and three crossband transponders operating in FM, SSB/CW and digital modes.

    Planet FOSS.org.my

  • I especially bought this radio, because I searched for a twin rx dual band radio for crossband operation and I'm very satisfied with my other Icoms (IC-7000, Icom IC-W2E and IC-92D).

    eHam.net News

  • The crossband repeat feature has come in handy many times, while working in the back yard.

    eHam.net News

  • MARS celebrates Armed Forces Day annually with a traditional military to amateur crossband communications test and a message-receiving test.

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