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Bandwidth

In investment banking, a slang term for extra time available to take on more work. For example, an employee has bandwidth if she can be assigned another project and still be able to complete all other assignments in the allotted time.
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The free, over-the-air, broadcast of THE TUBE Music Network is achieved via multicasting, which allows Boston's WB to distribute a secondary signal within the primary signal's digital bandwidth.
This will allow cable and DBS operators to offer viewers a wide-screen, DVD-quality picture quality substantially superior to conventional digital video, but using only 1/3 the digital bandwidth of Hi-Def.
The free broadcast of THE TUBE Music Network is achieved via multicasting, which allows WB11/WPIX to distribute a secondary signal within the primary signal's digital bandwidth.
The Pulse~LINK UWB-Cable technology could enable the most effective and least expensive means of bringing hundreds of megabits of new digital bandwidth to over two hundred fifty million cable subscribers on older legacy systems.
Via multicasting, local stations can air additional broadcast channels within the primary broadcast signal's digital bandwidth.
Chinook is an emerging, rapidly growing high-technology startup that is developing spectrum enhancement technology to give broadband operators additional digital bandwidth to support transmission of advanced services, such as Video-On-Demand, high-speed tiered data services, and interactive TV.
Digital Optical Networking combines dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) scalability, digital bandwidth management and protection, and GMPLS-based networking intelligence.
The Triveni Digital-ObjectSoft solution takes full advantage of the extra digital bandwidth available to over-the-air digital broadcasters," said Mark Simpson, President and CEO of Triveni Digital.
FLAG has deployed the Infinera DTN in its terrestrial network to provide dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) and intelligent digital bandwidth management in the optical transport layer.

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