BASEBAND

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baseband (ˈbeɪsˌbænd)
 
n
See also broadband a transmission technique using a narrow range of frequencies that allows only one message to be telecommunicated at a time

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baseband definition


A transmission medium through which digital signals are sent without frequency shifting. In general, only one communication channel is available at any given time.
Ethernet is an example of a baseband network.
See also broadband.
(1995-02-22)

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