What is video bandwidth?
Video bandwidth also known as video frequency bandwidth is the series of frequencies that range from 0 to the highest frequency that is used to send a live video image. It is the signal capacity required to send video content. It improves the resolution of video signals when there are noise signals it smooths out the interest of the signal. It is often situated with a video filter. The maximum frequency can be calculated by multiplying three numbers; first, the number of frames per second, second the number of lines per frame and the maximum number of sine periods per line. Video signals to transmit a picture is 4.2 MHz of bandwidth. And to transmit a TV signal which has both video and audio it requires 6 MHz of bandwidth. You can remove a noise signal by lowering the video bandwidth.