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Dynamic bandwidth allocation

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Definition Edit

Dynamic bandwidth allocation is a technique by which traffic bandwidth in a shared telecommunications medium can be allocated on demand and fairly between different users of that bandwidth.

Overview Edit

This is a form of bandwidth management, and is essentially the same thing as statistical multiplexing.


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