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of, relating to, or responsive to a continuous, wide range of frequencies.
Compare sharp (def 23).
relating to or denoting a type of high-speed data transmission in which the bandwidth is shared by more than one simultaneous signal:
Broadband Internet technologies are superior to dial-up connections for streaming video.
broadband transmission.
a broadband Internet connection.
Contemporary Examples

Red Flag Raised on Chinese Telecom Deal Eli Lake December 2, 2013
The Pentagon May Finally Have a Plan to Keep America on Top Bill Sweetman November 2, 2014
Hillary Clinton Vs. the GOP Boys’ Club: Fighting for the Female Vote Lloyd Green October 20, 2013
DataWind Prepared $20 Tablet Computer for Indian Market Nina Strochlic January 29, 2013

a transmission technique using a wide range of frequencies that enables messages to be sent simultaneously, used in fast internet connections See also baseband


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