inband

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

in +‎ band

Adjective[edit]

inband (not comparable)

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  1. (telecommunications) Sent via the same path or method used for primary communication between parties or devices.
    When dialling a modern telephone, the telephone number is encoded and transmitted inband across the telephone line as a set of audible tones.