Improved utilization efficiency of in-service spectrum resources through spectrum defragmentation Fujitsu has developed a network control mechanism that employs a defragmentation algorithm for securing usable bandwidth allocable for high-volume data by consolidating fragmented spectrum into an uninterrupted spectrum continuum.
What does UBW stand for?
UBW stands for Usable Bandwidth
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 12 other meanings of UBW in our Acronym Attic
- United Boards of Video Gaming Mega Boards (video gaming message board)
- Ultimate Backyard Wrestling
- Ultimate Bebo Wrestling (Bebo.com)
- Ultimate Bias Wrecker
- Underwater Basket Weaving :-)
- Unified Budget and Workplan
- Units by Weight (measurement)
- Unlimited Blade Works (Archer from Fate/Stay Night Anime)
- Urban Bush Women (Brooklyn, NYC dance company)
- USB Bit Whacker (Spark Fun Electronics)
- Usual Body Weight
- United Black Women of Boulder Valley (Boulder, CO)
- Umpqua Basin Watershed Council (Oregon)
- Usborne Book of World History
- Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District (Millbury, MA)
- Userbox (Wikipedia)
- Upper Body Exercise Table (sports medicine)
- Upper Bucks YMCA (Quakertown, PA)
- Umwelt Bildungs Zentrum (German: Environmental Education Center; Styria, Austria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Usable bandwidth increased from 5GHz to 10GHz simply by using a lower Dk and Df dielectric material and appropriate copper foil with reduced roughness.
According to the company, the SwiftLink Inclined Tracking Terminal tracks inclined satellites as they move away from the boresight of standard antennas and provides a terminal capable of tracking the drift, which results in usable bandwidth that becomes accessible and offered at inexpensive price points.
Comment: Insufficient usable bandwidth is one of the key issues in Server-based computing (SBC) applications.
The architecture of the NVIDIA DDR technology almost doubles the usable bandwidth between a frame buffer and a graphics controller.
For example, segementing the Ethernet inside the hub increased usable bandwidth to the point where the Powerhub delivered more data than the server could handle over a single Ethernet.