Baseband

Baseband,

Definition of Baseband:

  1. A frequency band with a lower frequency limit close to zero; the frequency band occupied by an unmodulated signal or by a signal used for modulation.

  2. Digital communication technology in which (in contrast to broadband) the entire bandwidth (data carrying capacity) of a medium such as a wire, cable, or channel, is used to transmit a single signal. Therefore, only one communication channel is available at any given time. Baseband is cheaper and simpler (though less versatile) technology than broadband, and is employed in most types of local area networks such as Ethernet and Token Ring.

How to use Baseband in a sentence?

  1. Most places run with a broadband but more and more places are starting to use a baseband in the business world.
  2. The baseband technology was exactly what we needed in our niche business as the rate and size of data transmission was unique and small.
  3. No one else could be online when he was because ha had a baseband connection and required all the bandwidth.

Meaning of Baseband & Baseband Definition