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band·width

(band'width),
In MRI, the range of frequencies or wavelengths received for a given image, inversely related to signal:noise ratio; it must be sufficient or wraparound artifact will occur.

bandwidth

1 the range of frequencies that can be satisfactorily transmitted or processed by a system.
2 See bandpass.

bandwidth

Informatics
A measure of the amount of data that can be transmitted at once through a communication conduit.

Multimedia
A theoretical limit of product expandability into different media, venues and market segments.

Telemedicine
A measure of transport—speed of throughput—of data between connected computers.

Vox populi
A popular term for a person’s intelligence—e.g., an unintelligent person would be said to have low bandwidth.

band·width

(band'width)
The arithmetic difference between the upper and lower frequencies of a band of electromagnetic radiation.
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System diagram of Vertical Layered MIMO OFDM System with three transmit and three receive antennas
Simulation result shows the bit error rate (BER) of vertical LST architecture OFDM system having 32 sub-carriers, with three transmits and three receives antennas over a Rayleigh fading with additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel.
Every user ends up signaling across the band on all tones, effectively turning OFDM into a spread-spectrum technology.
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