The organisation has claimed success in securing flexible routing and flexible entry and exit points in and out of China for cross-polar routes and transit into Europe, the fruit of close cooperation with senior Chinese military officers.
What does X-POL stand for?
X-POL stands for Cross-Polar
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- CCITT Packet Switching Protocol
- CCITT Message Handling Protocol
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Dec 14, 2008 On December 15th, Emirates Airline, with one of the world's youngest fleets, will trial a new environmental programme as it executes the longest green journeyThe programme, to be analysed and reviewed on the airline's inaugural flight from Dubai to San Francisco, will represent the world's first cross-polar green flight.
The programme will be the world's first cross-polar green flight.
Using single or dual independent, hot-swappable carriers with a cross-polar interference canceller (XPIC) mechanism, Ceragon solutions offer unmatched flexibility and reliability.
The infringement action in Germany concerns three European patents covering fundamental DMR techniques such as multi-level quadrature amplitude modulation (M-QAM), synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) radio and cross-polar interference cancellation (XPIC).
Eclipse Quattro also introduced cross-polar interference cancellation (XPIC) to allow the same frequency to be re-used on a link, doubling the amount of carried traffic using a single frequency pair, to optimize the use of scarce frequency resources.