and ISB Corporation have developed the world's first prototypes of base station (BS) and consumer premise equipment (CPE) based on the IEEE 802.
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Consumer Premise
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- Consequential Propagation
- Conservative Party
- Console Processor (NASA)
- Constant Power
- Constitution Party
- Constraint Programming
- Constrictive Pericarditis
- Construction Permit
- Construction Plan
- Consultative Paper
Samples in periodicals archive:
The XCode 4200 family of multimedia processor system-on-chip (SOC) integrates advanced set-top box and advanced consumer premises equipment (CPE) technology with ViXS patented encoding and transcoding technology.
Motorola's latest RCUs are the perfect accessories for the Internet Era of TV, where consumers must find relevant content in the infinite catalog of entertainment," said Keith Kelley, vice president and general manager EMEA & Asia Pacific consumer premise equipment, Motorola Mobility.
The integrated solution, which enables telco and satellite service providers to significantly cut consumer premises equipment and installation costs while increasing entertainment service offerings, will be featured at the upcoming International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2005 in Las Vegas, January 6-9.
16a amendment will support a frequency range of 2 to 11 GHz, making it more suitable for consumer premises equipment.
MxL261 Provides Lowest Power, Size and Cost for Capturing Eight QAM DOCSIS Channels to Help Enable ARRIS Consumer Premise Equipment CARLSBAD, Calif.
3 billion (US$196 million at US$1:NT$32) and eventually pose threat to Hon Hai Group's sales in North America after acquiring Motorola EMEA EuroDocsis consumer premise equipment business.
The RF5602 is a 2 GHz linear PA designed for medium power applications including consumer premises equipment (CPE) and access point (AP) applications for WiFi and WiMAX.