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.
1 Spectroradiometer specifications Participant/Network EPA_101 NIST EPA_114 Spectroradiameter Model Brewer MKIV RSI Manufacturer Sci-Tec NIST Serial Number 101, 114 Prototype Scanning/Spectrograph/Filter Scanning Scanning Diffraction Grating Grating: Modified Grating: Fastie- /Prism Ebert Ebert Single Double Monochromator Monochromator Detector PMT 9789QA PMT Hamamatsu R1414 Nominal Bandwidth [nm] 0.
5 times the nominal bandwidth of 56 MHz, that is, 140 MHz from the nominal carrier, where another emission specification takes precedence.
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.
This antenna operates over a nominal bandwidth of 50 MHz to 4 GHz, an impressive 80:1 ratio.
IP multicasting technology ensures that streaming broadcasts consume nominal bandwidth, regardless of how many concurrent users stream cable programming to their computers.
The high impedance probe has a nominal bandwidth of 12.