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wideband

(ˈwaɪdˌbænd)
adj
(Communications & Information) capable of transmitting or channelling on a wide bandwidth
n
(Communications & Information) a wide bandwidth transmission
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Adj.1.wideband - responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies; "a broadband antenna"
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Zhou, "Wideband low-profile substrate integrated waveguide cavity-backed E-shaped patch antenna," IEEE Antennas Wireless Propagat.
Generally speaking, it is always highly demanded that tight or strong coupling between the feed lines and the resonator should be realized in design of a wideband filter circuit.
Under the order, Harris will provide the country with Falcon III radios, accessories, software, service and support as part of a transformational wideband tactical communications system.
This paper proposes a novel wideband frequency domain method for measuring time domain response with the nano-second level of equivalent pulse width at long-distance channel.
Many digital communications and radar applications today require demodulation and analysis of wideband signals in the microwave region.
In pure communication systems, the ultra wideband has an advantage of having a higher informational capacity than the narrowband based on the Shannon's theorem of channel capacity but this is at the expense of range as it has a low power allocation.
The ADL5811 and ADL5812 passive mixers are designed for wideband wireless infrastructure applications and software-defined radio applications, including multi-band/multi-standard cellular base station receivers, wideband radio link down converters, multi-mode cellular repeaters, and picocells applications.
Featuring support for super wideband audio, the LogitechA USB Headset H530 and the LogitechA Laptop Headset H555 sound so clear it's almost like you're in the same room as the people you call.
Wideband radar and wideband satellite communications signals use carrier frequencies that are beyond the direct synthesis and direct analysis capabilities of wideband RF instruments.
"Once they learn how 'in-the-room' wideband IP telephony lets them hear, they're quickly spoiled," he continues.
With the fielding of the WGSMS, controllers in the Wideband SATCOM Operations Center can now perform advanced spectrum monitoring functions due to the addition of time domain measurements.
Ultra Wideband, often referred to as UWB, allows you to transfer data wirelessly with a radio connection, much like Bluetooth but hundreds of times faster.

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