Bandwidth Bandwidth / width of the ribbon (English: bandwidth) in the communication technology is the frequency difference between the lowest and highest frequency in a certain range. For example, a phone line has a bandwidth of 3000Hz (Hertz), which is the range between the highest frequency (3300Hz) and the lowest frequency (300Hz) which can be bypassed by this telephone line. Definition of Bandwidth Bandwidth is wide or the width of the frequency range used by the signal transmission medium. Within this framework, Bandwidth can be defined as the difference between the high frequency signal components and low frequency signals. signal frequency is measured in Hertz. A typical voice signal has a bandwidth of about 3 kHz, analog TV broadcast (TV) has a bandwidth of about 6 MHz. Bandwidth (lebarpita) in computer science is a calculation of consumption data are available on a telecom. Measured in bits per seconds (bits per second). Note that the indicated bandwidth wireless communications, modem data transmission, digital communications, electronics, etc., is the bandwidth which refers to the analog signal is measured in hertz (the original meaning of the term), which was written rather than bits per second bitrate. In the world of web hosting, bandwidth capacity (capacity lebarpita) is defined as the maximum amount of data transfer (text, images, video, sound, etc.) that occur between the server hosting the client computers in a given period. Examples 5 GB per month, which means the maximum amount of data transfer can be done by all clients is 5 GB, if the bandwidth up so the website can not be opened until the new moon. The more features on the website such as images, video, sound, and others, the more bandwidth that will be used. Digital Bandwidth Digital Bandwidth is the amount or volume of data that can be transmitted over a communication channel in units of bits per second without distortion. Analog Bandwidth Analog Bandwidth While the analog bandwidth is the difference between the lowest frequency with the highest frequency in a frequency range that is measured in Hertz (Hz) or cycles per second, which determines how much information can be ditransimisikan in one moment. Bandwidth Computer Computer network bandwidth in computer, Bandwidth is often used as a synonym for data transfer rate is the amount of data that can be taken from a point to another within a specified period (usually within seconds). This type of bandwidth is usually measured in bps (bits per second). Sometimes also expressed in Bps (bytes per second). A modem that works at 57.600 bps has twice the bandwidth of a modem that works at 28.800 bps. In general, connections with large bandwidth / high enables the delivery of information such as sending pictures / images in a video presentation. Bandwidth Allocation Bandwidth allocation or reservation is a process of determining the bandwidth allocation to users and applications in a network. This includes setting priorities for different types of data streams based on how important or critical and delay-sensitive data flow. This allows the use of available bandwidth efficiently, and if at any time the network is slow, the data stream has a lower priority can be stopped, so that critical applications can continue running smoothly. The magnitude of the channel or bandwidth will affect the speed of transmission. Large amounts of data will take a channel that has a small bandwidth for longer than through the channels that have a large bandwidth. The transmission speed is needed for applications that require computer networks, especially real-time applications such as videoconferencing. Bandwidth for LAN usage depends on the type of tool or medium used, generally the higher bandwidth offered by a tool or medium, the higher the resale value. While the use of WAN bandwidth to depend on the capacity offered by the ISP, the company must buy bandwidth from the ISP, and the higher the desired bandwidth, the higher the price. a new network technologies are developed and updated an existing network infrastructure, applications that will be used generally will also experience an increase in bandwidth consumption. Video streaming and Voice over IP ([[VoIP]]) are some examples of the use of new technologies that also consume large amounts of bandwidth.
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