A medium capacity communications channel that carries data at speeds between 64 kbps to 1.544 Mbps.
An RF signal that requires 25 kHz of spectrum bandwidth to deliver intelligible information.
Refers to a channel or transmission medium capable of passing more frequencies than a standard 3 kHz voice channel.
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")
responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies; "a broadband antenna"
A classification of the information capacity or bandwidth of a communication channel. Wideband is generally taken to mean a bandwidth between 64kbits/sec and 2Mbits/sec.
For the purposes of this report, a service enabling the two-way transmission of voice or data communications with speed in either direction of greater than 64Kbps up to and including 1.544 Mbps.
A transmission medium or channel that has a wider bandwidth than one voice channel. Because a wide band of frequencies is available, more information can be transmitted in a given amount of time. Wireless phones and communication devices use wideband. See also Bandwidth.
an intermediate bandwidth without the fuller capacity of Broadband.
A medium-capacity communications circuit/path. It usually implies a speed from 64Kbps to 1.544Mbps. (Contrast with broadband and narrowband)()
A loosely used term that indicates a large bandwidth to center frequency ratio. A system is considered to be wideband if this ratio is greater than approximately 10 percent.
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.
Facilities or circuits where bandwidths are greater than that required for one voice channel.
Term applied to facilities or circuits where bandwidths are greater than required for a single voice channel. Usually implies a speed from 64Kbps to 1.544Mbps.
A communications channel that has greater bandwidth than voice grade lines.
A classification of the information capacity (or bandwidth) of a communication channel. Wideband is generally taken to mean a bandwidth between 64 kbps and 2 Mbps.
Refers to the range of speeds between narrowband and broadband, typically ranging between nx64Kbps up to 45Mbps.
Typically, the term wideband represents a medium intermediate between narrowband and broadband. Wideband is capable of transmitting at more than 64Kbps and less than 1.5Mbps.
A relative term indicating a high bandwidth.
Possessing large bandwidth.
Refers to a channel or transmission medium capable of passing more frequencies than a standard 3KHz voice channel. ... more
A medium-capacity communications circuit/path. It usually implies a speed from 64 Kbps to 1.544 Mbps. (Compare with Broadband and Narrowband)
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.