Definition of narrowband in English:

narrowband

Line breaks: nar¦row|band
Pronunciation: /ˈnarəʊband
 
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adjective

Of or involving signals over a narrow range of frequencies: narrowband emissions
More example sentences
  • There are very few sites who are going to say I can build a wireless portal, a narrowband portal, a broadband portal and maintain them all.
  • One route comprises long- and short-range wireless technologies that use radio frequencies to send broad- and narrowband signals.
  • Each kind of Internet access, be it narrowband or broadband, comes with its peculiar costs, assets and relative appeal to particular customers.

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