receive bandwidth

re·ceive band·width

(rĕ-sēv' band'width)
magnetic resonance imaging Range of frequencies sampled during readout.
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The NI 5791 RF transceiver adapter module interfaces with NI FlexRIO FPGA modules on the PXI platform, offering up to 100 MHz of transmit and receive bandwidth with contiguous frequency coverage from 200 MHz to 4.
At the same time, legitimate senders receive bandwidth priority, so 'good' email is expedited instead of competing with junk mail for IT resources.
Up to 75 MHz of main/diversity receive bandwidth with 14-bit resolution and 31.
ISPs such as Cable & Wireless plc, SAVVIS, Belgacom and Hydro One are currently offering value-added security services to ensure enterprises receive bandwidth that is free of flooding denial of service (DoS) attacks.
Powered by Alvarion's advanced radio technologies, the demonstration--featuring dynamic bandwidth allocation to multiple services and seamless hand offs --offers a glimpse of the future where mobile users receive bandwidth intensive triple play services anytime, anywhere.
ISPs such as Cable & Wireless plc, SAVVIS, Belgacom and Hydro One are offering new value-added security services to ensure enterprises receive bandwidth that is free of flooding denial of service (DoS) attacks.
CBQ first allows VPN customers to classify their traffic according to very explicit network policies, such that different applications or groups of users each receive bandwidth tailored to meet their specific requirements.
This performance metric was verified by the industry-standard TTCP (Test TCP) benchmarking tool, which measures TCP send and receive bandwidth.
Alcala, said, "Thanks to USURF America's Quick-Cell Broadband Internet and Del Rio Live (a local Quick-Cell reseller), our rural communities are moving forward to receive bandwidth that previously only large metropolitan cities have been able to utilize.
Customers will benefit by reduced costs and the ability to receive bandwidth on-demand, which will allow them to receive a wide range of communications services - from voice and videoconferencing to high-speed data and Internet - on a "pay-per-use" basis.