broadband

(redirected from BWA)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
References in periodicals archive ?
BWA focuses on acquiring minority or passive stakes in the securities of other businesses (whether publicly traded or not).
It then said the move will help create a level-playing field between GSM and BWA operators.
All the songs on the CD, written by Ben Zabo, are sung in Bo and Glitterhouse's press release claims that it is the first ever album to be released by a Malian of Bwa descent.
Bharti already has BWA licenses in four circles, Kolkata, Karnataka, Punjab and Maharashtra, and 3G licenses in 13 circles in India.
"BWA, our recent exit, is a good example of our investment approach," he added.
Wati Aier, principal of the Oriental Theological Seminary in Dimapur and a past vice president of the Asia Pacific Baptist Federation, one of six regional fellowships of the BWA, was elected interim convener.
The objective is to enhance the capacity of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) to prepare a technically and economically viable programme of capital works that will result in a significantly improved water supply network.
India's Reliance Industries Ltd, owned by billionaire Mukesh Ambani, on Friday emerged as the surprise winner in the 16-day long auction for Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum after it bought Infotel Broadband Services.
Foreign investment in broadband wireless access (BWA) may be hampered over lack of clearance about local content (TKDN).
Summary: EVENTSCOM and the Environmental Citizenship Program (ECP) Bahrain Women Association- for Human Development (BWA) are organising another dynamic workshop under the umbrella of the sixth annual Environmental Treasure Hunt, entitled "YouthC* Towards a Sustainable Lifestyle."
Bahrain-Based Seera Investment Bank which recently won Deal of The Year 2009 by the Financial Times' The Banker for its BWA acquisition, said the outlook for structured Islamic investment deals has not diminished despite the global economic downturn.