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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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Keywords: DASH, Bandwidth Estimation, MACD indicator, Passive Technique, Video Streaming
He added : 'Competing ET solutions are either limited to a few MHz of signal bandwidth in ET mode, or deliver no useful efficiency advantage at higher bandwidths.
Without the slotring, it is expected that the single-layer patch with main parameters shown in Table 1 is operated on a very narrow axial-ratio bandwidth. The return-loss bandwidth is also narrow resulting in a simulated overlapped bandwidth of 1% centered at 900 MHz.
According to Little, the biggest advantage of 1394 is its bandwidth. The fastest current automotive multimedia network operates at a signaling rate less than 50 Mbits/sec.
We compared the measurement of center wavelength, bandwidth, isolation, minimum relative transmittance, and relative group delay among several grating types in two industry groups, telecommunications and sensors.
Acceptable performance is determined by meeting pattern, gain, impedance and polarization requirements over the bandwidth as well as scan range.
A typical telecom network offering is based around traffic management of bandwidth over its TDM network (either SONET or SDH).
In most systems, bandwidth efficiency has a high priority.
Whether you plan to examine serial-bus bits or measure power-supply signals, take a close look at scope bandwidth. Most engineers understand bandwidth limits the frequencies they can observe and the number of channels determines how many signals they can observe.
The latest addition to Intersil's new high speed operational amplifier portfolio, the Elantec EL5166 and EL5167 are designed to meet the high bandwidth, high slew rate requirements of today's high performance video, test and instrumentation, and other high frequency applications.
Hyundai's 4Mx16 DDR SDRAM provides data rates up to 333 MHz and offers a high-speed 5.3GB/s bandwidth (on a x128-bit bus).