Definition of Frequency band

1. Noun. A band of adjacent radio frequencies (e.g., assigned for transmitting radio or television signals).

Exact synonyms: Waveband
Generic synonyms: Band
Category relationships: Telecasting, Television, Tv, Video



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frequency Band

frenzies
frenzily
frenzy
frenzying
freon
freons
frequence
frequences
frequencies
frequency
frequency-response characteristic
frequency-response curve
frequency-shift keying
frequency analysis
frequency band (current term)
frequency channel
frequency curve
frequency distribution
frequency domain
frequency encoding
frequency modulation
frequency modulations
frequency multiplier
frequency multipliers
frequency of micturition
frequency of occurrence
frequency response
frequency shift keying
frequency spectrum

Literary usage of Frequency band

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1. U. S. Spectrum Management Policy: Agenda for the Future (1994)
"The spectrum efficiency of a frequency band is improved by increasing the communications achieved in the band, or by using spectrum- efficient systems and ..."

2. Spectrum Management Policy: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, U.S edited by W. J. Tauzin, E. J. Tauzin (1998)
"Satellite DARS cannot share with MAT systems in the same frequency band in the same coverage area. For this reason, moving satellite DARS to the L- band is ..."

3. Technology Assessment: Protecting Structures and Improving Communications by Robin M. Nazzaro, Keith A. Rhodes (2005)
"Figure 21 : A Crossband Repeater Used to Connect Radios Operating on Different frequency bands Transmit on frequency band 1 Portable Agency A Receive on ..."

4. The Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989 edited by Thomas D. O'Rourke (1993)
"The amplification at station PUC relative to station MAS is approximately a factor of 3 within the frequency band from 2.5 to 25 Hz. ..."

5. Improved Seismic Monitoring: Improved Decision-making : Assessing the Value by National Research Council (U. S.), Committee on Seismology and Geodynamics, National Academies Press (U.S.) (2006)
"These "narrow-band" systems were designed to provide a very narrow frequency band recording of ground shaking. The particular frequency band for each ..."

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