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waveband

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Pronunciation: /ˈweɪvband
 
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Definition of waveband in English:

noun

A range of wavelengths falling between two given limits, used in radio transmission.
Example sentences
  • I'm told they have radios tuned to police wavebands stuck out of sight under the dashboard.
  • Annagh Parish Radio can now be received on any radio in the parish, by tuning into 100 to 105 MHz on the fm waveband.
  • Other useful items are automatic lights and wipers and the radio gave first class reception on all wavebands.

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