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wideband

In communications, transmission rates from 64 Kbps to 2 Mbps. Contrast with narrowband and broadband. See HD voice.
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To serve up faster peak network speeds, Wideband LTE increases bandwidth and capacity on T-Mobile s LTE network.
The newest Falcon III radio delivers the power of a wideband tactical internet down to the dismounted soldier,'' said Brendan O'Connell, president, international business, Harris RF Communications.
The PXA's wideband IF output extends the 89600 VSA's analysis bandwidth to 900 MHz for input signals with frequencies from 3.
Wideband or "high-definition" audio spans a range twice that of traditional PSTN voice, and has arrived with the proliferation of broadband voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Business Class Wideband Internet customers can subscribe to two new Internet offerings: up to 50Mb/s downstream and 5Mb/s upstream, or up to 20Mb/s downstream and 2Mb/s upstream.
Having wideband cross-connect capability addresses a critical market requirement that exists today and we believe it will help us to increase traction across the spectrum of metro carriers," said Dave Orr, President and CEO, Metro-Optix.
amp; PARIS -- Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has introduced a powerful new handheld radio that connects dismounted warfighters to emerging wideband tactical networks.
2 and referred to as the Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband codec - is intended to be introduced across a wide range of communications systems and platforms.
The WideBand Networking open standard is supported by the 90-member WideBand Gigabit Networking Alliance (WGNA), which ensures interoperability within the standard and compatibility with existing legacy equipment and infrastructures.
Time Warner Cable Wideband Internet gives all home network devices - desktops, laptops, gaming consoles and iPhones - our fastest connection yet," stated Mr.
Tzero Technologies is the leader in ultra wideband for video distribution.
Originally used in aerospace/defense applications such as wideband radar and satellite communications, UWB technology is being adopted for commercial solutions for short-distance communications and networking.

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