Definition of "baseband" [baseband]

  • The frequency range occupied by a message signal prior to modulation. (noun)
  • A method of transmission in which only one frequency channel is used at a time. (noun)
  • A device using baseband transmission. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "baseband" in a sentence
  • "The flip side of that is what do you then do with the called baseband business or in this case the remaining element which is the custom baseband business, and that's where you have to sit down and you just have to run that in the smartest way you know how."
  • "The Silicon Valley chip maker on Monday struck an all-cash deal for Icera Inc., a start-up in Bristol, England that has spent nine years pursuing an unusual programmable technology for what the industry calls baseband communication functions."
  • "Infineon had previously supplied Apple with a chip known as a baseband processor that helps connect the phone to wireless networks."