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wave·band

 (wāv′bănd′)
n.
A range of frequencies, especially radio frequencies, such as those assigned to communication transmissions.

waveband

(ˈweɪvˌbænd)
n
(Telecommunications) a range of wavelengths or frequencies used for a particular type of radio transmission
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Noun1.waveband - a band of adjacent radio frequencies (e.g., assigned for transmitting radio or television signals)
band - a range of frequencies between two limits
telecasting, television, TV, video - broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs
Translations

waveband

[ˈweɪvbænd] Nbanda f de frecuencia
long wavebandonda f larga

waveband

[ˈweɪvbænd] nbande f de fréquences

waveband

[ˈweɪvˌbænd] n (Radio) → gamma di lunghezza d'onda
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Each fiber link carries F wavebands, each waveband consisting of L consecutive wavelengths.
The draped image is a red waveband (monochrome) product from HiRISE observation ESP_031059_1685, taken on March 12, 2013 at 11.
We can carry out in-house trials on their products and components using electric infra-red and gas catalytic infra-red to determine which technology, and which waveband of infra-red, best suits their requirements.
A broadband version operating in the 1- to 5-pm waveband is also available.
Accordingly, the book is organized into three parts (each of which is in turn divided into three chapters): "The Audio Engineer and the Material Waveband," "The Selector and the Corporeal Waveband," and "The MC and the Sociocultural Waveband.
The changes in canopy reflectance were also similar in irrigated and dry land, canopy reflectance formed an obvious reflection peaks at a waveband (510-680nm), but with the grain filling stage progressed, the reflection peaks gradually became unobvious, and disappeared at maturity.
Diffraction grating elements for 633 nm to 1064 nm waveband with 1600 lines/mm, exhibit a diffraction efficiency of 98% - the highest in this category of technology.
Tackling the first of these acronyms, AIS (Automatic Identification Systems) was initially developed back in 2002 so ships could identify one another via the VHF waveband (using their AIS Class A transponders).
These cameras provide a wide choice of resolution, sensitivity, waveband and other functionality, but it is their enhanced performance in imaging light from the NIR region of the spectrum (700 to 1050nm) and for the Xenics product SWIR (mm to 3nm), that allows them to reveal information in food inspection that simply cannot be obtained using conventional imaging.
They include five stakes runners, among them Listed-winning sprinter Waveband, also by Exceed And Excel, and the Group-placed sprinters Classic Encounter and Group Therapy.
His work shows that this apparent illumination of the night side in the visual waveband is much weaker than the infrared emission which is, in comparison, easy to image.
SublO's range of high speed wireless data links are designed to deliver line-of sight connections using millimetre waveband radio (MMW) over distances of up to Ik.