Technology / Computers / Bandwidth: 1) The measure of the range of frequencies within a band required to transmit a particular signal. The wider the bandwidth, the more information it can carry. 2) Used to describe the data-carrying capacity of any given circuit or pathway. The measure of the rate at which information can be passed.

Efficiency Bandwidth Product (EBP)

Technology / Home Audio / Efficiency Bandwidth Product (EBP): A parameter that helps determine the suitability of a driver for a sealed or ported enclosure. An EBP of less than 50 indicates the driver should be used in a sealed box, 50 - 90 indicates flexible de MORE

Burstable Bandwidth

Business / Internet Marketing / Burstable Bandwidth: A hosting option that allows sites to use the available network capacity to handle periods of peak usage. MORE

Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML)

Technology / Computers / Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML): A form of application that gives a 3-D effect to pictures sometimes allowing you to 'move' through them. MORE

Frequency Agility

Technology / Radar / Frequency Agility: Frequency agility refers to the radar's ability to rapidly change its operating frequency in a pseudo-random fashion to maintain a narrow instantaneous bandwidth over a wide operating bandwidth. MORE


Business / Finance / Filter: A trading order that is cancelled unless executed within a designated time period. A market or limited price order that is to be executed in its entirety as soon as it is represented in the trading cr MORE


Technology / Home Audio / Quasi-Parametric: A type of equalizer. A quasi-parametric (also known as 'semi-parametric') EQ will allow control over the frequency and gain of each band of equalization, but not the number of frequencies controlled ( MORE