Baseband defines the parameters of the modulating or received signal.
Curve defines the type of curve.
CurvePoint contains the relative frequency to add to the curve origin to obtain the absolute frequency point on the curve, and the value in dB (relative to the carrier for a Tx characteristic, or relative to sensitivity for a Rx characteristic).
Deployment provides the general type of equipment deployment.
EmsClass identifies the emission classification symbols that define the baseband modulating characteristics of the emission designator.
FreqConversion contains the characteristics of a frequency conversion stage: intermediate frequency (IF) and local oscillator (LO) parameters.
Installation identifies the specific platforms on which an equipment is installed, whether it is mounted at a fixed site atop a mountain, in a shelter, in a vehicle, aboard a helicopter, etc.
RxMode and sub-elements define all the technical parameters for a mode of operation of the Receiver.
RxModulation contains the detailed characteristics of the modulation on the receiver side.
RxSignalTuning indicates the tuning capabilities, the specific frequency or range of frequencies within which the equipment may tune, and the tuning increments of the equipment.
SpreadSpectrum contains characteristics of systems using spread spectrum techniques.
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