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  • A. by volume B. by distance C. by amplitude D. by impedance Answer: A, C QUESTION: 11 Which describe sub-band and wideband Acoustic Echo Cancellers (AECs)?

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  • Portugal: The Portuguese telecom regulator accepted applications for the auction of broadband wireless access (BWA) licenses in the 3. 4-3.6 GHz and 3. 6-3.8 GHz bands (two blocks of 2x28 megahertz each in nine regions in the 3400-3600 MHz sub-band; and two blocks of 2x28 megahertz each in nine regions in the 3600-3800 MHz sub-band).

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  • TrueWireless stereo also supports Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR along with sub-band coding or

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  • One approach to bit-rate reduction is called "sub-band coding," in which the audio spectrum is split into multiple bands (32 bands in the case of Philips's PASC encoding used in the forthcoming Digital Compact Cassette), and bits are allocated based on the amount of signal in particular bands.

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  • Fillon also requested that Arcep launch a public consultation by the end of February on the conditions and methods for an application procedure for the 2.6 GHz band and the digital dividend sub-band, to be used for 4G mobile services.

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  • TrueWireless stereo also supports Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR along with sub-band coding or MP3 audio file formats.

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  • The EC said that the most important part of the spectrum to free up is the 790MHz to 862MHz sub-band, which is the spectrum that travels far and through buildings.

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  • Electrons in the nanotube's second sub-band and above can then move through the diode and excite other electrons themselves.

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  • "The second sub-band threshold means that the process uses almost all of the excess energy provided by the photon and combines this energy with the electric field to convert a single electron into extra electrons," Gabor told our sister website physicsworld. com.

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  • The researchers say that the step-changes in current produced occur each time these second sub-band carriers gain enough energy to excite additional electrons.

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