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passband

[ pas-band, pahs- ]
/ ˈpæsˌbænd, ˈpɑs- /
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noun Radio and Television.
the range of frequencies that pass with a minimum of attenuation through an electronic filter.
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Origin of passband

First recorded in 1920–25; pass + band2
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British Dictionary definitions for passband

pass band

noun
the band of frequencies that is transmitted with maximum efficiency through a circuit, filter, etc
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