Bandwidth definition

What does Bandwidth mean?

The physical characteristic of an electronic communications system that indicates the speed at which information can be transferred. In analogue systems, it is measured in cycles per second (Hertz) and in digital systems in binary bits per second (Bit/s). The higher the bandwidth, the greater the amount of information that can be transmitted in a given time.

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