adjective broad·band \ˈbrd-ˌband\

Definition of BROADBAND

:  operating at, responsive to, or comprising a wide band of frequencies <a broadband radio antenna>
:  of, relating to, or being a high-speed communications network and especially one in which a frequency range is divided into multiple independent channels for simultaneous transmission of signals (as voice, data, or video)
broadband noun

First Known Use of BROADBAND



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