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Baseband - Definition

Baseband refers to a type of network that transmits a signal without modulation (conversion of digital signals to analog). To be able to send a computer's signal over the analog telephone network, a modem is required to convert or modulate the signal. On baseband networks, which include the most popular standards such as Ethernet, the signal can be sent directly, without such processing.


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