What is another word for waveband?

34 synonyms found


[ wˈe͡ɪvband], [ wˈe‍ɪvband], [ w_ˈeɪ_v_b_a_n_d]

Waveband refers to a range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves, often used to indicate the range used for radio and television broadcasting. There are various synonyms for the term waveband, including frequency range, spectrum, band, channel, and wavelength. Frequency range is the set of frequencies over which a system can operate, while spectrum refers to a continuous distribution of frequencies over a given range. Band is often used to specify a particular range for radio or television broadcasting, and channel is used to indicate a specific frequency within a band. Wavelength is the measurement of the distance between successive crests of a wave, and is an alternative way of measuring the frequency of a wave.

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What is a waveband?

A waveband is a specific range of frequencies that are particularly useful for telecommunications or other applications. The term typically refers to the range between DC and 5 GHz, although it can encompass other ranges as well.

Waveband performance is often measured in terms of bandwidth, which is the total range of frequencies that can be transmitted without interference. In general, wider wavebands offer greater potential for data transmission speeds and greater range than narrower wavebands. They are also often more efficient for transmitting RF signals over long distances.

What are the advantages of using a waveband?

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