Learn what bandwidth is and how the term is used as a synonym for signal frequency range, data transfer rate and capacity.
Bandwidth means data transfer rate, which is a speed of transferring data on A Particular Website. In other words, A Range of Frequencies within a given band, in particular that used for transmitting a signal.
– Bandwidth is the range of frequencies within a given band, in particular that used for transmitting a signal.
– It is usually expressed in bits per second (bps); modern networks typically have speeds measured in the millions of bits per second (megabits per second, or Mbps) or billions of bits per second.
– Bandwidth in computer networking refers to the data rate supported by a network connection or interface.
bandwidth is the range of frequencies within a given band, in particular that used for transmitting a signal.
It's a measure of how much data can be transmitted per second. It's usually expressed in units of bits per second. A typical network bandwidth is 20 Mbps (Megabits per second). A USB 2.0 hard drive might transfer data at around 480 Mbps.
In very basic terms, it's the difference between the lowest and highest frequencies that can be transmitted through the medium. SUPPOSE the lowest frequency that can be transmitted through a cable is 2Hz and the highest is 20Hz, the bandwidth is 18Hz
If we were dealing with liquids the bandwidth would be how much liquid you could get down a pipe – how fat the pipe is.
In computing terms it is how much data (bits) you can get down the pipe/wire/connection.