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Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a US Federal Standard[?], issued by the General Services Administration[?] pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended.
This document provides Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related fields by international and U.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to Non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be in the public domain.
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  Federal Standard 1037C
Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a US Federal Standard[?], issued by the General Services Administration[?] pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended.
This document provides Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related fields by international and U.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to Non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be in the public domain.
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 FS-1037C Introduction
The purpose of this standard is to improve the Federal acquisition process by providing Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive, authoritative source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related disciplines by national, international, and U.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
When a Federal department or agency considers that this standard does not provide for its essential needs, a statement citing inadequacies shall be sent in duplicate to the General Services Administration (K), Washington, DC 20405, in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Information Resources Management Regulation Part 201-39.1002.
Federal departments and agencies are encouraged to submit updates to this standard; those updates will be considered for the next revision of this standard.
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 T1 Glossary
The benefits of such a standard include: (a) better communications among U.S. providers and users of telecommunications equipment and services, (b) enhanced understanding of U.S.-developed telecommunications standards, technical reports, technical requirements, contributions, and other specifications in international standardization and trade, and (c) broader public knowledge of telecommunications concepts and advancement of associated public-interest telecommunications capabilities.
Additionally, this standard provides an authoritative source of definitions for standards developers, teachers, technical writers, and all who are active in the forefront of the telecommunications field.
When an individual considers that this standard requires insertion of deletion of a definition, a statement citing the essential need for that addition or deletion shall be sent to the T1A1 technical subcommittee Chair for forwarding to the editor(s) of the next revision.
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 Federal Standard 1037C - Definition, explanation
This document provides Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related fields by international and U.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
As a publication of the U.S. Government, prepared by an agency of the U.S. Government, it appears to be mostly available as a public domain resource, but a few items are derived from copyrighted sources: where this is the case, there is an attribution to the source.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be in the public domain.
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 Why War? Keywords: Federal Communications Commission   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1940 the Federal Communications Commission issued the "Report on Chain Broadcasting." The major point in the report was the breakup of NBC (See American Broadcasting Company), but there were two other important points.
In March 1947 the Federal Communications Commission said CBS would not be ready, and ordered a contiuation of the present system.
The allocation between VHF and UHF in the 1950s, and the lack of UHF tuners is entirely analogous to the dilemma facing digital television of high definition television fifty years later.
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  Federal Standard 1037C - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a U.S. Federal Standard, issued by the General Services Administration pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended.
This document provides Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related fields by international and U.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be in the public domain.
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 Standard clocks - Atomic clocks   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Source: from Federal Standard 1037C In telecommunication, a slave clock signal to a time source, or by listening to radio transmissions from WWV or WWVH, or a Pulse Per Second PPS contact.
A rubidium standard is a clock that is coordinated with a master clock.
Coasting mode is defined atomic clocks in atomic wall clock Federal Standard 1037C NIST-7 was the atomic clock atomic clocks used atomic clocks by the United States from 1993 to 1999.
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 Fiber Index Optical Step
Source: from Federal Standard 1037C and from MIL-STD-188 Note 2: The step-index profile is used in most single-mode fibers and some index single-mode profile For an optical fiber, a step-index profile corresponds to a power-law index profile with the profile parameter approaching infinity.
Source: from Federal Standard 1037C and from MIL-STD-188 Note 2: The step-index profile is refractive index within the core and a sharp decrease in refractive index profile characterized by a uniform refractive index profile characterized by a uniform refractive index at the core-cladding interface.
Federal Standard 1037C and profile refractive step-index by profile the used 1: uniform decrease core-cladding profile Note in sharp fibers.
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 Secondary frequency standard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In telecommunications, a secondary frequency standard is a frequency standard that does not have inherent accuracy, and therefore must be calibrated against a primary frequency standard.
A crystal oscillator depends for its frequency on its physical dimensions, which vary with fabrication and environmental conditions.
A rubidium standard is a secondary standard even though it uses atomic transitions, because it takes the form of a gas cell through which an optical signal is passed.
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 * Standard - (Computing): Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These standards were established by CCITT for modem manufacturers to follow (voluntarily) to ensure compatible speeds, compression, and error correction...
A standard French keyboard is ‘un clavier AZERTY’ where the positions of the A and Z keys are exchanged with the Q and W keys, as compared to the more usual QWERTY keyboard...
It is a standard code that assigns a binary number to all the alphanumeric characters (upper and lower case),...
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 Knowledge King - Primary time standard   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In telecommunication, a primary time standard is a time standard that does not require calibration against another time standard.
Note 2: The international second is based on the microwave frequency (9,192,631,770 Hz) associated with the atomic resonance of the hyperfine ground-state levels of the cesium-133 atom in a magnetically neutral environment.
Realizable cesium frequency standards use a strong electromagnet to deliberately introduce a magnetic field which overwhelms that of the Earth.
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 Federal Standard 1037C   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Federal Standard 1037C, entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a United States Federal Standard, issued by the General Services Administration pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended.
This standard was superseded in 2001 by American National Standard T1.523-2001, Telecom Glossary 2000, which is published by ATIS.
The old standard is still frequently used because the new standard is not in the public domain.
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Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication 8 Terms is a US Federal Standard, 8 issued by the 5 General Services Administration 1 pursuant to the Federal 2 Property and Administrative 6 Services Act of 5 1949, as amended.
This 5 document provides Federal departments 8 and agencies a comprehensive 8 source of definitions 2 of terms used in 6 telecommunications and directly 9 related fields by international 5 and U.S. Government telecommunications 4 specialists.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 9 1037C with attribution 3 to Non-Federal sources such 8 as NATO, CCITT, the 9 Radio Regulations etc. 0 as these are 5 derived from sources not 9 known to be 5 in the public 3 domain.
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 standard   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The classical meaning of standard was a flag or banner; especially, a national or other ensign carried into battle; thus "standard bearer" indicates the one who bears, or carries, the standard.
In analytical chemistry a standard is a preparation containing a known concentration of a specified substance.
A simple standard may be a dilute solution of the substance; this serves as a reference to calibrate equipment used to measure a sample's composition in terms of elements.
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 Federal Standard 1037C   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a US Federal Standard, issuedby the General ServicesAdministration pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended.
This document provides Federal departments and agencies a comprehensive source of definitions of terms used in telecommunications and directly related fields by international andU.S. Government telecommunications specialists.
Note: please do not copy any definitions from Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to Non-Federalsources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to bein the public domain.
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 Universal Time
Standard time divides the world into 24 "time zones", each one covering, in theory at least, 15 degrees.
The local time at the Royal Greenwich Observatory in Greenwich, England was chosen as standard, leading to the widespread use of Greenwich Mean Time in order to set local clocks.
Federal Standard 1037C and from the Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms and from time scale
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 Gain - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
A gain of factor 1 or (equivalent to 0 dB) where both input and output are at the same voltage level is also known as unity gain.
This article contains material from the Federal Standard 1037C, which, as a work of the United States Government, is in the public domain.
Gain, Logarithmic units and decibels, Example, See also, Federal Standard 1037C, Radio frequency antennas and Electronics terms.
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 Refreq.com - The Wireless Source
This does not mean that ANSI has reviewed the standard, but that it has been circulated widely throughout the industry and that it conforms to their document design and publication guidelines.
TIA standards, for example, start their public life as an IS- (Interim Standard) and then proceed within a few years to a full ANSI standard.
The mission of ETSI is "to produce the technical standards which are necessary to achieve a large unified European telecommunications market".
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 Check Mips
A substantial number of non-trivial 1037C articles are now incorporated into -- please note that only those articles from 100% public domain sources, and with substantial content are appropriate to be in the public domain.
Federal Standard 1037C Federal Standard 1037C with attribution to Non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be used here.
Note: A few items are derived from copyrighted sources: where this is the case, there is an attribution to Non-Federal sources such as NATO, CCITT, the Radio Regulations etc. as these are derived from sources not known to be in the public domain.
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 Rubidium standard - Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In telecommunication, a rubidium standard is a frequency standard in which a specified hyperfine[?] transition of electrons in rubidium-87 atoms is used to control the output frequency.
Note: A rubidium standard consists of a gas cell, which has an inherent long-term instability.
This instability relegates the rubidium standard to its status as a secondary standard.
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 Interlace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the PAL standard, the lower (even) field is always drawn first
In the NTSC standard, the lower (even) field is always drawn first
Interlacing is used by all the analogue TV broadcast systems in current use (mainly NTSC, PAL and SECAM).
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 Federal Standard 1037C Details, Meaning Federal Standard 1037C Article and Explanation Guide
Federal Standard 1037C Details, Meaning Federal Standard 1037C Article and Explanation Guide
Federal Standard 1037C Guide, Meaning, Facts, Information and Description
This is an Article on Federal Standard 1037C.
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 Hdtv Antenna Reception
Federal Standard 1037C Federal Standard 1037C Federal Standard 1037C Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a US Federal Standard, issued by the General Services Administration pursuant to the source.
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