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English translation: range (frequency range)

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Spanish term or phrase:rango
English translation:range (frequency range)
Entered by: Fuad Yahya
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14:03 Apr 10, 2001
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Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: rango
para los coeficientes .. 4 rangos fundamentales según los distintos valores. (coefficients for working out telecommunications frequencies etc)
keith
range (frequency range)
Explanation:
Look at these citations:

http://triton.cc.gatech.edu/ubicomp/185

"2.3 GSM frequencies:

GSM networks presently operate in three different frequency ranges. These are:

· GSM 900 (also called GSM)
· GSM 1800 (also called PCN (Personal Communication Network), and DCS 1800)
· GSM 1900 (also called PCS (Personal Communication Services), PCS 1900, and DCS 1900"


http://www.gfy.ku.dk/~iag/Travaux/wp51.htm

"Further investigation and quantification of the difference between phase and signal velocity in the frequency ranges 1 Hz to 1 GHz (non-dispersive) and 1 GHz to 1THz (dispersive) are clearly required."


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Summary of answers provided
narange
two2tango
narange (frequency range)Fuad Yahya
naranges?
Parrot
narankxxxOso
narankxxxOso


  

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3 mins
rank


Explanation:
Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)


    Simon & Schuster's
xxxOso
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3 mins
rank


Explanation:
Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)


    Simon & Schuster's
xxxOso
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43 mins
ranges?


Explanation:
This seems to me more in accordance with the realm of numbers, although a "coefficient range" or "range of coefficients" could yeild considerable differential variations.

Parrot
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Bertha S. Deffenbaugh

Ginnett Zabala
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1 hr
range (frequency range)


Explanation:
Look at these citations:

http://triton.cc.gatech.edu/ubicomp/185

"2.3 GSM frequencies:

GSM networks presently operate in three different frequency ranges. These are:

· GSM 900 (also called GSM)
· GSM 1800 (also called PCN (Personal Communication Network), and DCS 1800)
· GSM 1900 (also called PCS (Personal Communication Services), PCS 1900, and DCS 1900"


http://www.gfy.ku.dk/~iag/Travaux/wp51.htm

"Further investigation and quantification of the difference between phase and signal velocity in the frequency ranges 1 Hz to 1 GHz (non-dispersive) and 1 GHz to 1THz (dispersive) are clearly required."


Fuad


    See citations above.
Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 193

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Jennifer Struna
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5 hrs
range


Explanation:
... 4 fundamental ranges...

A range is a set of values a variable may take, for instance a probability may vary within the range from 0 to 1.
Please chech the glossary of the reference.
As for rank it is the translation of "rango" meaning the possition in a hierarchy (e.g. military rank), it is no mathematical term


    Reference: http://www.cunymath.cuny.edu/students/glossary/eng2sp.html
two2tango
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