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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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It would carry seven payloads to observe the photosphere, chromosphere and the outermost layers of the Sun, the corona in different wavebands.
In this work we consider that the wavelengths in a single fiber are grouped into wavebands.
Milne in addition to his colleagues foundation their conclusions with findings made by your Hubble Room Telescope in addition to NASA's Quick satellite, containing devices that view ultraviolet and other wavebands.
Spectacular photos show what you would see if your eyes had different specifications: if, perhaps, they were as large as gymnasiums with pupils 8 or 10 meters across, perfect focus, and--most importantly of all--a super retina with fantastically sensitive pixels able to see in all sorts of adjustable wavebands, many of them outside the human range.
Table 2: Chlorophyll content and color of green perilla leaves 41 days after treatments under different wavebands of blue light at 5 nm intervals (B1B8) in the range of 430 to 470 nm
05g Vegetation indices used in this analysis: In this section, we described eight vegetation indices (Table 2) those were examined for their potential to estimate CHLD and optimum spectral wavebands.
Therefore galaxies, even those that it has not been possible to observe with optical telescopes, can be detected using these wavebands.
A spectroradiometer has also been used to measure canopy reflectance in hundreds of narrow spectral wavebands.
The Model 228 lens from Resolve Optics provides high performance in both the UV and visible wavebands, enabling forensic scientists and crime scene investigators to identify and focus on a target in the visible, then quickly slide the UV filter across to take images in the UV without having to refocus.
The Government-backed scheme means that more TV channels can be crammed into the same wavebands previously used for just a few analogue channels.
We always knew that with all-sky coverage in nine wavebands we would make unexpected discoveries," said Professor Peter Ade from the university's School of Physics and Astronomy.