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Narrowband signals

have a smaller bandwidth (on the order of kHz) and are used for limited services such as paging and low-speed data transmission.[1]

Overview[edit | edit source]

The term applies to telecommunications facilities capable of carrying only voice, facsimile images, slow-scan video images and data transmissions at kilobit speeds. The term is commonly applied to voice-grade analog facilities and to digital facilities operating at low speeds (less than 1.544 Mbps).

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