Rate at which electronic signals can travel through a medium, such as a wire, cable, or channel. Bandwidth may be thought of as the width of the 'pipe' through which data travels: greater the width, larger the amount of data that can flow through it. Technically, it means the difference between two frequencies. In analog transmission (such as of voice signals over coppertelephone lines) ... Read more
The IT department decided to increase the office's bandwidth when several employees complained that they could not download or upload information as quickly as they needed to every day.