Describing a communications transmission rate between that of narrowband and broadband(adjective)
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Use "wideband" in a sentence
"And VoIP conferencing service ZipDX, which supports HD (which it calls wideband) voice conferencing with Polycom phones, recently announced the integration of its service with snom klarVOICE phones as well."
"By combining elements of traditional narrowband systems with key elements found in wideband systems, “xMax delivers broadband data rates orders of magnitude farther than other technologies operating at the same frequency and power level,” it promises, going on, “Conversely, xMax achieves equal range with far less power, thereby improving battery life.”"
"While 802. 11b and 802. 11a will continue to play a strong role in the enterprise and public access market, ultra-wideband is the first wireless technology that is capable of streaming digital video and audio at price points the average consumer can afford."