What Is the Difference between C Band and Ku Band Satellite Transmission?

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There isn't much difference between C-band and Ku-band. C-band was used first. When it became crowded, satellites moved to Ku-band. Ku-band is allocated exclusively for satellite bands, while C-band is not. C-band carries a large variety of communications systems, such as mobile phones, that bog it down.
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