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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Broadcasting
wavebandwave‧band /ˈweɪvbænd/ noun [countable]  TCBa set of sound waves of a particular length, used to broadcast radio programmes
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wavebandThe roof bristled with antennae, of all shapes and sizes, tuned to a variety of radio signals and wavebands.In the near-infrared waveband the reflectivity of water drops almost to zero.To obtain readings in this waveband an auxiliary light source would be necessary.
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