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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 baseband filter is set as a 4th-order Butterworth filter with a bandwidth determined by the data rate of the wanted signal.
iPhone 4 users with basebands 04.11.08, 04.12.01 or 04.12.02 and 3GS users with new bootROM cannot use the latest Ultrasn0w tool.
Typical baseband processing circuits are implemented using specialized hardware to support each communications standard, requiring a number of circuits to support different standards.
The company said that it also supplied Samsung with basebands supporting China's 3G TD-SCDMA standard for its flagship smartphones, the Samsung GALAXY S III, the Samsung GALAXY Note and the recently launched GALAXY Note II.
CEVA has more than 40 cellular baseband design wins to date, including more than 15 design wins for LTE.
In fact, the complex transfer function measurement we seek is exactly this--the result of separate baseband and RF measurements expressed in ratio form.
This design flexibility extends the product life of application and baseband processors and reduces design time for device manufacturers.
The company's redesigned site allows users to define their baseband communication solution requirements, helping determine the product, form factor and scalability.
EB will in the future have the licence to use the WiMAX baseband software and its subsequent versions when developing demanding customer solutions based on WiMAX technology.
As for mobile phone market's application structure, baseband processor module has the largest share, which accounts for 26.5%; with multimedia functions becoming more sophisticated, multimedia applied chip's share is 21.6%; although mobile phones' storage increases, affected by storage prices' drop and MCP applications' increase, storage's share reflects a downslide trend, which has decreased from 24.2% in 2006 to 19.4% in 2007.
The device allows a single baseband NTSC video, camera control data and audio signal to be IP encoded and transported on a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet network through a standard electrical and optical output.
Designed to enable sub-$10 cost per node, small form factor, low and efficient power consumption, and 480Mbps Wireless USB connectivity, the Staccato Ripcord products are fully integrated solutions for Wireless USB applications that integrate the radio frequency transceiver, baseband, MAC (media access controller), processor, memory, and I/O functionality.