The AB350HD[TM] supports manual configuration of all system parameters, such as RF output power, encoding rate, transmit frequency, and others over a simple-to-use touch screen.
What does XFREQ stand for?
XFREQ stands for Transmit Frequency
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Proprietary SureTune(TM) technology automatically selects the optimal FM transmit frequency, while the programmable high output power allows stable operation even when using integrated antennas with poor efficiency.
Many CDMA handset designs use two SAW split-band filters to cover the 1850-1880 MHz and 1880-1910 MHz portions of the PCS transmit frequency range, with the appropriate filter selected via a radio-frequency switch.
Many of today's CDMA handset designs use two surface acoustic wave (SAW) split-band filters to cover the 1850-1880 MHz and 1880-1910 MHz portions of the PCS transmit frequency range, with the appropriate filter selected via a radio-frequency switch.
It will continually transmit frequency A as long as no fault occurs.
Single Carrier Frequency -- Each SkyFrame earth station utilizes a single transmit frequency, ensuring optimal use of power amplifiers, minimizing the cost of RF equipment.