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wide·band

(wīd-band),
A broad array of sound frequencies. See: white noise.

wide·band

(wīd-band)
A broad array of sound frequencies as opposed to a narrow array of frequencies.
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You can easily switch between an HD Voice call and a Video Call from the call screen and even add another person to the video call.
Ericsson's HD voice solution is a fully developed and standardised technology that has already been deployed by some operators across the Middle East.
T-Mobile announced last month it will have HD Voice on the iPhone 5, to be rolled out on T-Mobile's networks in the U.
VCXC works with member operators to speed the transition to all-IP networks, preserve the unregulated status of IP communications, and upgrade core voice service to HD voice.
The fact that TDM is still the dominant form of connection to the public network will be the limiting factor to HD Voice in the contact center.
Fusion HD Voice Engine[TM], a comprehensive VoIP solution created for IP phones, radios, terminal adapters and gateways, is designed to produce the best quality sound possible in Internet telephony.
Fortunately, there are many new cordless phones that incorporate a CAT-iq standard that has the necessary provisions for HD Voice.
AWCC's HD Voice Service harnesses leading-edge innovations in Adaptive Multirate Wideband Technology (W-AMR), to provide clear, high-quality voice communications to AWCC's subscribers utilizing the Company's nationwide 2.
however, the HD voice will be delivered more efficiently, with call set-up
We are also delighted that our Galaxy S5 customers will be able to enjoy the phone's HD voice feature on our new network.
According to Daily Tech, Sprint has included WiFi calling support and HD Voice to its HTC One M8.
The operator said all its customers will automatically get HD voice calling without the need for registration or subscription, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.