Describing a communications transmission rate between that of narrowband and broadband

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  • Wideband — In communications, wideband is a relative term used to describe a wide range of frequencies in a spectrum. A system is typically described as wideband if the message bandwidth significantly exceeds the channel s coherence bandwidth.Some… …   Wikipedia

  • wideband — adjective Date: 1935 broadband …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wideband — A broad array of sound frequencies as opposed to a narrow array of frequencies …   Medical dictionary

  • wideband — adj. broadband, having a wide frequency range; of or pertaining to wide requency range …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wideband — /ˈwaɪdbænd/ (say wuydband) noun, adjective → broadband …   Australian English dictionary

  • wideband —    Incommunications,achannel capable of handling more frequencies than a standard 3kHz voice channel …   Dictionary of networking

  • wideband —    See broadband …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • wideband — adjective responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies a broadband antenna • Syn: ↑broadband • Pertains to noun: ↑frequency band, ↑frequency band (for: ↑broadband) * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wideband Audio — extends the frequency range of sound traveling over telephone lines, resulting in higher quality voice transmission. The range of the human voice extends from 80 hertz to 14,000 hertz. Traditional, or narrowband telephone calls, limit audio… …   Wikipedia

  • Wideband Code Division Multiple Access — (en español Acceso múltiple por división de código de banda ancha) cuyo acrónimo es WCDMA es una tecnología móvil inalámbrica de tercera generación que aumenta las tasas de transmisión de datos de los sistemas GSM utilizando la interfaz aérea… …   Wikipedia Español

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