Meaning Baseband
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A form of modulation in which data signals are pulsed directly on the transmission medium without frequency division and usually utilize a transceiver. Scope Notes: The entire bandwidth of the transmi [..]
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Baseband is the transmission of a signal in its original, unmodulated form. A baseband signal can be analog (e.g., originating from a telephone) or digital (e.g., originating from a computer).
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A communication system in which only one signal is carried at any one time.
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The original band of frequencies produced by a transducer, such as a microphone, telegraph key, or other signal-initiating device, prior to initial modulation. In wireless voice, the sound frequencies of the voice, before it is encoded and transmitted.
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A network medium that uses only one carrier frequency. Examples are Ethernet and PhoneNet.
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The original band of frequencies produced by a transducer, such as a microphone, telegraph key, or other signal-initiating device, prior to initial modulation. Note 1: In transmission systems, the bas [..]
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Jensens Internet Dictionary A network cable that has only one channel for carrying data signals.
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(1) The original band of frequencies of a signal before it is modulated for transmission at a higher frequency. (2) A type of data transmission in which digital or analog data is sent over a single un [..]
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Transmission scheme in which the entire bandwidth
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Coaxial cable that is a single channel.
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The band of frequencies containing information after demodulation.
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The frequency band occupied by the aggregate of the signals used to modulate a carrier.
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The total frequency band occupied by the aggregate of all the voice and data signals used to modulate a radio carrier. BAUD
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A transmission method in which one single digital signal uses an entire bandwidth. The unmodulated signal is sent directly over the transmission medium. Baseband is simpler, cheaper and less sophisticated than broadband. All Ethernet media types are baseband except for 10Broad36, which is broadband.
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A term defining any network in which the information is modulated onto a single frequency. The digital input is applied directly to the transmission media without the intervention of a modulating device, which works well if there is wide bandwidth and distances no more than several hundred meters are involved. It is common in LANs and limited dista [..]
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A transmission medium through which digital signals are sent without complicated frequency shifting, In general, only one communication channel is available at any given time.
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A transmission method in which a network uses its entire transmission range to send a single signal.  
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A network technology that uses a single-carrier frequency and is used for short-distance transmission. The complete bandwidth
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 Refers to the original frequency range of a transmission signal before it is converted, or modulated, to a different frequency range.   
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The frequency band which contains the basic, low frequency information before modulation and after demodulation.
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The raw satellite TV signal before it is re-modulated to become a signal that is suitable for a TV.
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An un-modulated signal or band of signals. The video signal seen on a waveform monitor is a baseband video signal.
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Baseband is a form of digital modulation in which one signal takes up the entire available bandwidth of the communication channel.
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describes signals and systems whose range of frequency is measured from 0 to a maximum bandwidth or highest signal frequency; sometimes used as a noun for a band of frequencies starting at 0
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In video and audio transmissions, a signal that is unmodulated.
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