They can operate on either C band or Ku Band (till now reserved for direct-to-home).
The regional service to Malaysia was provided on 12 transponders in C band, using 12-watt solid state amplifiers.
Wildfeed refers to an unannounced transmission of a television program via C band or K band satellite.
Fixed Service Satellites use the C band, and the lower portions of the K bands.
The G band is in the C band of the older classification system.
The C band is a name given to certain portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, including wavelengths of microwaves that are used for long-distance radio telecommunications.
C bands are often seen at low applied strain rate or high temperatures.
Both were transistor-based, and their primary technical difference was indicated by the letter, S band (better suited for long range) and C band, respectively.
The licenses for the C band are more expensive, since operators will be allowed a six-month head start over D and E band winners.
The station can also be seen via satellite in North America and the Caribbean through C band.