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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Bilgisayar) kuşak genişliği
bant genişliği
(Tekstil) band genişliği
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(Bilgisayar) bant aralığı
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band aralığı
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(Bilgisayar) bantgenişliği
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(Bilgisayar) bant gen
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band genişliği
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bant genişliği
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radyo kuşak genişliği
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(isim) radyo kuşak genişliği
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BANT GENi$Ligi
speaker band width
(Askeri) konuşma bandı genişliği
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bandwidth
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İngilizce - İngilizce
The data-carrying capacity of a data-communications channel
width and makeup of space available or used
Technically, the difference, in Hertz (Hz), between the highest and lowest frequencies of a transmission channel Typically used to refer to the amount of data that can be sent through a given communications circuit
maximum range of radio frequencies which can be transmitted via a communications network
The capacity to communicate in cyberspace
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Of a signal, the width of the smallest frequency band within which the signal can fit
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A measure of data flow rate in digital networks typically in bits per second
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Specifically, the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies supported by a data transmitting system However, generally used to refer to the speed and/or capacity of a transmission system Cable TV (coaxial cable) has a higher bandwidth than twisted pair (telephone lines ) A network with greater bandwidth is like a plumbing system with bigger pipes
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This is the range of signal frequencies that can be carried on a communications channel While this indicates the channels information carrying capacity, it is more commonly expressed in bits per second (bps), or mega (million) bits per second (Mbps) When one says bandwidth increases, one means that network capacity and perhaps speed has gone up
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A measurement of the amount of data that can be transmitted over a network at any given time The higher the network's bandwidth, the greater the volume of data that can be transmitted
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The range of frequencies, expressed in Kilobits per second, that can pass over a given data transmission channel within a frame relay network The bandwidth determines the rate at which information can be sent through a channel - the greater the bandwidth, the more information that can be sent in a given amount of time Usually measured in bits-per-second A full page of English text is about 16,000 bits A 56Kbs modem can easily move 16,000 bits in less than one second
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A Term used to describe how much data you can send through a connection to the Net The transmission capacity of a given medium, in terms of how much data the medium can transmit in a given amount of time The greater the bandwidth, the faster the rate of data transmission Information carrying capacity of a communication channel
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A very diminishing natural resource bandwidth is a measure of the amount of data passing through a network at a given time Things like huge images on web pages and needless questions posted to Usenet newsgroups waste bandwidth which could be better utilized for transferring information
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Describes how much data you can send through an Internet connection Usually measured in bits-per-second As a rule , increased bandwidth equals faster Internet connections See Also: Leased Line, ISDN Go to top
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In electrical transmission systems, the range between the highest and lowest frequencies of a transmission channel A measure of the information capacity of the transmission channel Bandwidth varies with the type and method of transmission Bandwidth is measured in Hertz (Hz, cycles per second)
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The rate at which information travels through a network connection, usually measured in bits per second, kilobits (thousand bits) per second, or megabits (million bits) per second
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The difference between the highest and lowest frequencies available for network signals The term is also used to describe the rated throughput capacity of a given network medium or protocol In short, bandwidth is a loose term used to describe the throughput capacity (measured in Kilobits or Megabits per second) of a specific circuit See Also: 56k Line ,-->Bps , Bit , T-1, OC-3
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{i} range of frequencies within a band; maximum rate at which data can be transferred over a communications network (Computers)
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A measure of the information capacity in the frequency domain The greater the bandwidth, the more information it can carry For example, television signals require a bandwidth of 3 million hertz, while telephone conversation needs only 3,000 hertz
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(n ) A measure of the volume of information that can be transmitted over a communications link Technically, bandwidth refers to the width of the frequency spectrum available on a certain technology Informally, it describes the number of bits per second a network can deliver
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The volume of data that the transmission line can carry Telephone lines have the lowest bandwidth Fiber optics have the highest bandwidth Bandwidth is usually measured in the number of bits that can be transmitted is a second, i e , Mbps
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In communications, the difference between the highest and the lowest frequencies available for transmission in any given range In networking, the transmission capacity of a computer or a communications channel, stated in megabits or megabytes per second; the higher the number, the faster the data transmission takes place Bandwidth in a medium can be used in two ways When the entire bandwidth is devoted to a single data signal, the cable is operating in baseband mode When the bandwidth of a medium is used to carry several independent signals, the medium is operating in broadband mode Cable TV is an example of broadband signaling
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The maximum amount of data that can travel a communications path in a given time, usually measured in bits per second If you think of the communications path as a pipe, then bandwidth represents the width of the pipe that determines how much data can flow through it all at once
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A bandwidth is the range of frequencies used for a particular telecommunications signal, radio transmission, or computer network. the amount of information that can be carried through a telephone wire, computer connection etc at one time. Measurement of the capacity of a communications signal. For digital signals, the bandwidth is the data speed or rate, measured in bits per second (bps). For analog signals, it is the difference between the highest and lowest frequency components, measured in hertz (cycles per second). For example, a modem with a bandwidth of 56 kilobits per second (Kbps) can transmit a maximum of about 56,000 bits of digital data in one second. The human voice, which produces analog sound waves, has a typical bandwidth of three kilohertz between the highest and lowest frequency sounds it can generate
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The width or capacity of a communications channel Analogue bandwidth is measured in Hertz (Hz) or cycles per second Digital bandwidth is the amount or volume of data that may be sent through a channel, measured in bits per second, without distortion Bandwidth should not be confused with the term "band", such as a wireless phone that operates on the 800 MHz band Bandwidth is the space it occupies on that band The relative importance of bandwidth in wireless communications is that the size, or bandwidth, of a channel will impact transmission speed Lots of data flowing through a narrow channel takes longer than the same amount of data flowing through a broader channel Back to the top
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This is a reflection of the size or the capacity of a given transmission channel In digital transmission, bandwidth is normally described in bits per second
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1 The difference in height between the highest and lowest frequencies 2 A measure of the amount of data that can be transmitted through a circuit per unit of time (second)
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Bandwidth is the capacity that a telecommunications medium has for carrying data For analog or voice communication, bandwidth is measured in the difference between the upper and lower transmission frequencies expressed in cycles per second, or hertz(Hz) For digital communication, bandwidth and transmission speed are usually treated a synonyms and measured in bits per second
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a data transmission rate; the maximum amount of information (bits/second) that can be transmitted along a channel
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the width, usually measured in hertz, of a frequency band
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The amount of data that can be sent from one computer to another through a particular connection in a certain amount of time The more bandwidth available, the faster you are able to access information Most Americans, for example, connect to the Internet from home using modems that can transmit 56 kilobytes per second (kbps) House and Senate offices in Washington, D C connect to the Internet with connections that can transmit 1 544 megabytes (1,581 kilobytes) per second -- about the highest bandwidth currently available Back to top
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The rate at which you can send or receive information through your connection to the Internet The range of transmission frequencies a network can use The greater the bandwidth the more information that can be transferred over that network at one time The term bandwidth also broadly includes throughput, meaning the amount of data sent
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The amount of data that can be sent through a particular point in a connection It's generally measured in bits per second (bps) The more bandwidth available, typically the greater amount of data that can be transferred per second A full page of English text is about 16,000 bits Bandwidth can also be thought of as the information-carrying capability of a particular television channel In PAL systems, the bandwidth limits the maximum visible frequency to 5 5 MHz, in NTSC, 4 2 MHz Microsoft MSNTV (formerly Microsoft WebTV) and AOLTV use the back channel exclusively (which is the connection via the phone line) as it uses the TV set only to view the Web through
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the capacity, energy or time required
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How much stuff you can send through a connection Usually measured in bits-per-second A full page of English text is about 16,000 bits A fast modem can move about 57,000 bits in one second Full-motion full-screen video would require roughly 10,000,000 bits-per-second, depending on compression See also: Bit, bps, T-1
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