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wide band voice
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short range wide band radio
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wideband
Describing a communications transmission rate between that of narrowband and broadband
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Digital rates between 64-kbps and 1 544 Mbps (DSI) or 2 048-Mbps (E1)-LANs, bulk files transfer, video conferencing, and multimedia
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A term applied to facilities that have bandwidths greater than those needed for one channel See also Broadband
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The speed range between narrowband and broadband, usually between n x 64 Kbps and 45 Mbps Also, digital communication between 1 5 Mbps and 45 Mbps
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A network that supports a number of simultaneous transmissions over a single physical link
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A medium-capacity communications circuit/path It usually implies a speed from 64Kbps to 1 544Mbps
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Facilities or circuits where bandwidths are greater than that required for one voice
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A medium-capacity communications Circuit/path It usually implies a speed from 64Kbps to 1 544Mbps (Contrast with Broadband and Narrowband)
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Information consisting of multiple DSOs greater than one, up to 24
wideband
Any line with bandwidth of more than 19 2Kbps, usually 56/64Kbps and up The definition of this term changes as higher speeds become available Go back to top Return to prior location by pressing back button
wideband
A transmission medium or channel that has a wider bandwidth than one voice channel (See 134)
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Transmission speeds between 1 544 and 155 Mbps
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{s} broadband, having a wide frequency range; of or pertaining to wide requency range
wideband
A medium capacity communications channel that carries data at speeds between 64 kbps to 1 544 Mbps
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A system in which multiple channels access a medium (usually coaxial cables) that has a large bandwidth, greater than a voice-grade channel; typically offers higher-speed data transmission capability
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A classification of the information capacity or bandwidth of a communication channel Wideband is generally taken to mean a bandwith between 64kbits/s and 2Mbit/s
wideband
A term applied to facilities that have bandwidths greater than those needed for one channel
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responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies; "a broadband antenna"
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Variously defined The term wideband is often used to describe a digital transmission facility operating at speeds in excess of 1 544Mbps It is also used in the analog domain to describe a channel with a large bandwidth (e g , "the CATV industry offers a collection of wideband channels")
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Digital communication between narrowband and broadband, usually ranging between 64 kbps and 45 Mbps
wideband
A system in which multiple channels access a medium (usually coaxial cable) that has a large bandwidth, greater than that of a voice-grade channel; typically offers higher-speed data-transmission capability
wideband
Facilities or circuits where bandwidths are greater than that required for one voice channel
wide band