narrowband

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narrowband (ˈnærəʊˌbænd)
 
n
Compare broadband a limited-capacity transmission channel such as that used for transmitting telephone calls and faxes

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Main Entry:  narrowband
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  in data communications, a channel with bandwidth less than or equal to one voice and a slow data transfer rate, a low-capacity communications circuit or path; cf broadband
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narrowband definition

networking
A communication channel with a low data rate. [More specific?]
The term is sometimes used for an Internet connection via a dial-up modem, typically at 56 kbaud, in contrast to broadband.
(2003-10-15)
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