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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 advantages over conventional technology," he explained, "are high signal-to-noise ratio, low modulation effect, negligible delays and discontinuities when switching signal paths, and the capability to perform time-domain analysis of the test signal within the available video bandwidth.
To capture all the level changes in the combined signal from many simultaneous transmissions, high video bandwidth sensors and fast sampling meters must be used.
A peak power video bandwidth of at least 1 MHz is required to characterize the profile of such a digitally modulated pulse.
Being named a finalist is a testament to Vantrix's great success in one of the most crucial issues in the wireless industry today - mobile video bandwidth optimization," said Patrick Lopez, Chief Marketing Officer of Vantrix.
The log-scaled signal strength output from each RBW is passed thru a computer-controlled multiplexer (MUX) and on to the programmable video bandwidth filter.
This preview of the future home and mobile entertainment architecture, includes content management applications that leverage DiiVA's unique combination of unsurpassed raw video bandwidth, data transport capacity and network awareness to enable consumers to personalize their TV-viewing experience and manage their entire content library across a home network of heterogeneous devices.
Another inconsistency is that many international specifications state that the spectrum analyzer should respond to the sum of all power within the channel bandwidth, while at the same time requiring that the video bandwidth be equal to the resolution bandwidth.
Video MOS scores that incorporate the effect of packet impairments on different video frame types, GoP error propagation, video bandwidth, video codec, bandwidth limitation and other factors
The noise level also is acceptable using a wider, 100 kHz resolution in conjunction with a narrow video bandwidth.
Increasing video bandwidth for 3D TV and the emerging 4k x 2k ultra-HD resolution has meant that the typical HDMI cable has needed thicker copper and only short cable lengths could be achieved.
This unit has a dynamic range of 45 to 50 dB, a -41 dBm TSS and a typical video bandwidth of 70 to 80 Mhz.