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There are 4 names in this directory beginning with the letter K.
Ka-Band

Ka-Band refers to the bandwidth of electromagnetic wave between 33 GHz to 36 GHz, which is primarily used in satellites operating at 30 GHz uplink and 20 GHz downlink for mobile voice communications.

Key Pulse Signal

Key-pulse signal is the first signal in an multifrequency outpulsing format, which is a control signal used to prepare the remote customer installation to receive digits.

KHz: KiloHertz

One kHz (KiloHertz) is equal to 1,000 Hertz, which is a measurement of frequency.

Ku-Band

Ku-Band refers to the bandwidth of electromagnetic wave between 12 GHz to 14 GHz, which is primarily used in satellites operating at 14 GHz uplink and 11 GHz downlink in supporting braodband TV and Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) system (DSS).

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