baseband

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baseband (plural basebands)

  1. (telecommunications) The frequency range occupied by a message signal prior to modulation.
  2. (telecommunications, noun adjunct) A method of transmission in which only one frequency channel is used at a time.
  3. (electronics) A device using baseband transmission.

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  • (method of transmission): lowpass

Usage notes[edit]

  • (method of transmission): Generally used attributively, in a manner resembling an adjective: baseband network, baseband transmission.

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