Definition of Baseband

1. Noun. (telecommunications) The frequency range occupied by a message signal prior to modulation. ¹

2. Noun. (telecommunications noun adjunct) A method of transmission in which only one frequency channel is used at a time. ¹

3. Noun. (electronics) A device using baseband transmission. ¹

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Definition of Baseband

1. allowing limited communication frequencies [adj]

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Literary usage of Baseband

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1. Methods for Direction-Finding of Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Signals by Magnus Finne (1996)
"A.2 baseband Conversion and Quadrature Splitting 3;t [rad] As seen in figure A.2 the time discrete signal is not a baseband signal. ..."

2. Network Security by David J. Stang (1991)
"baseband. Refers to a signal in its original form and not changed by modulation. A baseband signal can be analog (eg, originating from a telephone set), ..."

3. Copyright & Home Copying: Technology Challenges the Law by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"To do this, the original copyrighted recording would be encoded with a digital flag or an analog baseband signal. A detector in the recorder would sense the ..."

4. Review of Telephone Network Reliability and Service Quality Standards by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"Row 0331 - baseband - Enter the number of baseband circuit links on this row. Row 0332 - Analog CXR - Enter the number of analog CXR circuit links, ..."

5. The Information Universe: Issues in Informing Science and Information by Informing Science Institute, Eli Cohen, Ed. (2006)
"baseband is simpler, cheaper and less sophisticated than Broadband. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. DHCP enables individual computers on an IP network ..."

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