narrowband

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İngilizce - Türkçe
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(Askeri) dar bant
narrowband FM
dar bantli siklik kiplenimi (FM)
narrowband communication
dar bantli iletisim
narrowband secure terminal
(Askeri) dar bant güvenli terminal
advanced narrowband digital voice terminal
(Askeri) gelişmiş dar bant sayısal sesterminali
İngilizce - İngilizce
Describing communication systems with a smaller bandwidth than wideband
A communication channel with a bandwidth of less than 28 8 Kbps
A communications channel of restricted bandwidth, often resulting in degradation of the transmitted signal
A designation of bandwidth less than 56 kilobits per second
Refers to an older, slower network connection, though there is no single speed associated with the term   See also Broadband
A signal whose bandwidth is on the order of its information bandwidth
a service or connection allowing only a limited amount of information to be conveyed, such as for telephony This compares with broadband, which allows a considerable amount of information to be conveyed
PDC Personal Digital Communications
A signal where the transmission bandwidth is on the order of its information bandwidth
1 A restricted frequency band, usually for a single user or used for a single purpose 2 A range of frequencies contained within a braodband 3 A communications channel that can carry data from 50 bps to 64 Kbps
Narrowband refers to relatively low-speed methods of accessing the Internet, such as a ordinary telephone line and modem Broadband refers to high-speed methods of accessing the Internet, like ISDN and cable modems
Used to describe a connection over a computer network which supports a relatively low bit rate Also sometimes used to describe content optimized for such connections
A communications channel that transmits voice, facsimile or data at rates less than broadband systems
Less than or equal to 64-kbps
Digital communication at the 64 Kbps or lower rate
The opposite of broadband A dialup or ISDN internet connection can be described as narrowband
a telecommunications medium, such as copper wire or part of a coaxial cable channel, that uses (relatively) low frequency signals Generally speaking, narrowband transmissions go up to 1 544 Mbps
Communication technologies with a data transmission capacity of under 300 Kbit/s Includes online interactive services (e g Internet), voice, facsimile services, slow-scan video images and low-rate data transmission
A classification of the information capacity or bandwidth of a communication channel Narrowband is generally taken to mean a bandwidth of 64kbit/s or less
Generally, narrowband describes telecommunication that carries voice information in a narrow band of frequencies (See 134)
1) In data transmission, a limited range of frequencies 2) More specifically, a network in which data transmission speeds range from 50 bps to 64 kbps
In communications, a voice-grade transmission channel of 2400 bits per second or less
Obtaining more capacity by splitting wide FM channels into narrower channels
Traditionally, a channel with bandwidth less than or equal to one voice-grade line With advances in network technology, narrowband has come to be associated with any channel operating at less than 1 544Mbps, such as Narrowband ISDN (NISDN) Contrast with Broadband and Wideband
pertaining to a small bandwidth; pertaining to the frequency allocated for mobile and radio services in the USA
Digital communication at the rate of 64,000 bits per second or lower
narrowband