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baseband its the software base broadband its the internet connection name speed

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Base-band is a point to point communication Broadband is a point to multi-point communication.


BASEBAND is when a signal is in it's native format. For example, voice has a baseband of 20-20000Hz. BROADBAND is typically referring to a case where a signal is modulated out of its baseband into another "carrier signal." Typically, that broadband medium is shared by many different baseband signals. For example, FM Radio signals have a baseband of human voice, and that baseband is modulated on to a carrier in the 88-108 MHz range. Dozens of baseband human voices can be put into the broadband range that is FM radio.


Baseband broadband can be define as access in which networ work


The difference between baseband coaxial and broadband coaxial cable is baseband coaxial technology uses digital signaling in which the cable carries only one type of digital signal. Where as the broadband coaxial technology typically transmits analog signals and is capable of transmitting multiple frequencies of data simultaneously.


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Example of baseband is Ethernet Example of broadband are: Cable television,Cable modes, ISDN,DSL, T1 and T3



Baseband Channel uses a low pass channel (a channel whose frquency range is 0 to infinity) whereas Broadband connection uses band pass channel (whose frequency range is between f1 and f2).So broadband connections can be used for multiple signals with different frequency ranges. Navdeep S Sony


Baseband Signalling: 1)Uses digital signalling 2)No frequency-division multiplexing 3) Bi-directional transmission 4)Signal travels over short distances Broadband Signalling: 1)Uses analog signalling 2)Unidirectional transmission 3)Frequency-division multiplexing is possible 4)Signal can travel over long distances before being attenuated


Baseband is a type of transmission that uses current to send a signal over the wire as digital wave. Broadband uses analog signal to transmit thru different frequencies, which increases the amount of data carried at one time.


The primary advantages of broadband networks over baseband networks include greater distances and bandwidths,while disadvantages involve high maintenance costs and requires modems.


Iam pretty sure that baseband coax was 50 ohm and was used for networking computer, were broadband coax is 75 ohm and used in the cable tv industry. A baseband signal is the original signal before it is modulated onto a carrier, mulitplexed or mixed. A broadband signal contains many channels which have been modulated or multiplexed onto a common carrier. The significant difference is the bandwidth of each. The impedance of the cable which carries either of them is totally irrelevant to the definition.


Iam pretty sure that baseband coax was 50 ohm and was used for networking computer, were broadband coax is 75 ohm and used in the cable tv industry.


To understand first you need to know that there are two forms, Broadband and Baseband Broadband is a form of transmission in which signals are modulated as radiofrequency analog pulses with different frequency ranges. Unlike baseband, broadband technology does not involve binary encoding. The use of multiple frequencies enables a broadband system to operate over several channels and, therefore, carry much more data than a baseband system. ADSL is Asymmetrical Direct Service Line- in which you get more information downstream than upstream throughput. in other words you have more data that you can receive than you can send. for example you can receive data at 5mbps but can only send data at 1mbps.


In Baseband, data is sent as digital signals through the media as a single channel that uses the entire bandwidth of the media. Baseband communication is bi-directional, which means that the same channel can be used to send and receive signals. In Baseband no frequency-division multiplexing is not possible. (Multiplexing (short muxing) is a process where multiple analog message signals or digital data streams are combined into one signal over a shared medium.)Broadband sends information in the form of an analog signal. Each transmission is assigned to a portion of the bandwidth, hence multiple transmissions are possible at the same time. Broadband communication is unidirectional, so in order to send and receive, two pathways are needed. This can be accomplished either by assigning a frequency for sending and assigning a frequency for receiving along the same cable or by using two cables, one for sending and one for receiving. In broadband frequency-division multiplexing is possible


Neither.baseband refers to the original voice signal itselfbroadband refers to a form of wide bandwidth data transmission (e.g. internet traffic)the modulated voice signal consists of a carrier frequency and two sidebands, the bandwidth of the sidebands varies depending on the form of modulation used as well as the bandwidth of the original baseband signal, to reduce transmission power it is possible to eliminate the carrier frequency and to reduce overall bandwidth one of the sidebands may be partially suppressed or eliminated completely (but one sideband must always be fully retained)


Here are some differences between broadband ISDN and narrowband ISDN: 1) Narrowband ISDN uses 64 kb/s channel, while broadband ISDN uses 100 mb/s channels. 2) Broadband uses call relay, while narrowband uses frame relay. 3) In narrowband, ISDN information carries narrow frequency, while in broadband, ISDN uses a wide band of frequency.


Baseband coaxial cables are 50 ohm cables used for 'digital transmission'. For 1Km cables the bandwidth is 1-2 Gbps. Longer cables can be used with low data rates or periodic amplifiers. Broadband coaxial cable are 75 ohm cables used for analog transmission. They use standard cable television technology. To transmit digital signals on an analog network, each interface must have converters i.e analog to digital for outgoing bit stream n vice versa Another difference b/w baseband and broadband is that broadband systems have developed dual cables. Since broadband is used for large area, it requires amplifiers which are unidirectional. In dual band systems two identical cables run together, one used for outgoing data, one for incoming data. Different bandwidths are given for inbound and outbound cables. Eg: for 300MHz , 5-30MHz for inbound and 40-300MHz for outbound.


A baseband is a frequency range occupied by a message signal prior to modulation.


There are a few differences between wireless broadband for business or personal use. Broadband for a business will most likely have much more download and upload speed, so that more computers can access the internet without having slow internet problems on all other computers.


A baseband filter is a device that only passes frequencies inside the interval (0,B), where B is the maximum frequency of the signal.Example: The human voice occupies a spectrum from 0 Hz to 3400 Hz, aproximately. A baseband filter would only let those frequencies pass.The difference between a band-pass and a baseband filter is that the latter is a band-pass filter with its lower cut frequency being 0.


Baseband frequency usually refers to `composite video`. It has a bandwidth of 4.5 to 6 mhz.


The most basic difference between broadband and wifi is that the broadband must be connected while wifi is wireless. Some broadbands could be wireless as well but they most then be connected by a router.


Broadband is much, much faster, and it is always on.


Mobile broadband is way sloer that wi-fi.



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