Narrow Bandwidth

Term Category: Acoustics

Narrow bandwidth refers to a limited range of frequencies within a signal or spectrum. In the context of sound, a narrow bandwidth indicates that only a small range of frequencies is present in the audio signal. This can result in a more focused and specific sound, with fewer overtones or harmonics. Narrow bandwidth is often used in audio processing to isolate specific frequencies or reduce unwanted noise.

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