A-B PCS Blocks
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A-B PCS Blocks: The first two PCS licenses that were auctioned by the FCC in March 1995. Each contains 30 MHz of spectrum in the 1900 MHz band and is based on MTA geographic partitions.
Johannson Blocks (Jo Blocks): Common term for the precision gage blocks used and accepted as dimensional standards by machinists, toolmakers and inspectors.
F PCS Block: The final PCS license that was auctioned by the FCC in January 1997. Each contains 10 MHz of spectrum in the 1900 MHz band and is based on BTA geographic partitions. The licenses were reserv . . . View Full Definition
Narrowband PCS: The next generation of paging networks, including two-way, acknowledgment and wireless answering machine paging.
Pay Per Click Search Engine (PPCSE): Search engine where results are ranked according to the bid amount and advertisers are charged only when a searcher clicks on the search listing.
Tee Blocks: (also 'blocks, tee markers, markers') two objects that indicate the foreward boundary of the teeing area
Personal Communications Service (PCS): A second-generation digital voice, messaging and data cell phone system in the 2GHz range. PCS is supported mostly by GSM. PCS systems use a different radio frequency (1.9 GHz band) than cel . . . View Full Definition
PCS Phone: A wireless telephone that uses radiofrequency signals in the 1850-1990 megahertz (MHz) portion of the radiofrequency (RF) spectrum. PCS stands for portable communication system.
D and E PCS Blocks: The fourth and fifth PCS licenses that were auctioned by the FCC in January 1997. Each contains MHz of spectrum in the 1900 MHz band and is based on BTA geographical partitions. The licenses . . . View Full Definition
Content (A-B) Testing: Testing the relative effectiveness of multiple versions of the same advertisement, or other content, in referring visitors to a site. Multiple versions of content can be uniquely identified . . . View Full Definition