nominal bandwidth

nominal bandwidth

[′näm·ə·nəl ′band‚width]
(communications)
The interval between the assigned frequency limits of a channel.
(engineering)
The difference between the nominal upper and lower cutoff frequencies of an acoustic or electric filter.
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The nominal bandwidth, set by the exit slits, is 0.
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Most importantly, Ethernet now offers nominal bandwidth at the same gigabit speed as Fibre Channel, with more aggressive plans to increase it over the next few years.
This activity creates a very high CPU overhead on participating computers, creates inordinate LAN congestion, and drive down throughput to a fraction of nominal bandwidth.
IP multicasting technology ensures that streaming broadcasts consume nominal bandwidth, regardless of how many concurrent users stream cable programming to their computers.