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Turkish - Turkish

Definition of modulate in Turkish Turkish dictionary

modulation
Bir müzik makamından diğerine geçiş
modulation
Bir tonaliteden öbürüne geçme
English - English
To regulate, adjust or adapt
to move from one key or tonality to another, especially by using a chord progression
To change the pitch, intensity or tone of one's voice or of a musical instrument
to vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a carrier wave in proportion to the amplitude etc of a source wave (such as speech or music)
to vary in tone, inflection, pitch or other quality of sound
{v} to form sounds to a key or note
To change some parameter (usually amplitude or frequency) of one signal in proportion to a second signal
placing information onto a higher frequency carrier by means of varying the frequency, amplitude, or phase adjustment
To vary or inflect in a natural, customary, or musical manner; as, the organs of speech modulate the voice in reading or speaking
To adjust or adapt to a certain proportion To vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of waves
{f} regulate, control; adjust; vary the frequency (Electronics); change from one key to another (Music)
adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of
vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves) adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of change the key of, in music; "modulate the melody
fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of; "regulate the temperature"; "modulate the pitch"
to vary the amplitude, frequency, or phase of a carrier wave, usually to transmit information
To alter the function or status of something in response to a stimulant
To change the pitch, intensity or tone of ones voice or of a musical instrument
To form, as sound, to a certain key, or to a certain portion
change the key of, in music; "modulate the melody"
vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a video signal
of one's speech, varying the pitch
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a radio frequency wave in accordance with the information to be conveyed
To modulate an activity or process means to alter it so that it is more suitable for a particular situation. These chemicals modulate the effect of potassium. + modulation modulations modu·la·tion The famine turned the normal modulation of climate into disaster
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a wave by impressing one wave on another wave of constant properties
To pass from one key into another
is a method in which a signal to be transmitted is mixed with a high frequency carrier signal
If you modulate your voice or a sound, you change or vary its loudness, pitch, or tone in order to create a particular effect. He carefully modulated his voice
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Methods of modulating
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The process of applying a signal to a carrier, modulating
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{n} agreeable harmony, proportion
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{n} one who forms sounds to some key
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altered in volume as well as tone or pitch
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altered in volume as well as tone or pitch changed or adjusted to be suitable
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changed or adjusted to be suitable
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{s} adjusted to be suitable; changed to suit; inflected; altered in volume, formed to a specific tone or pitch
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past of modulate
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third-person singular of modulate
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present participle of modulate
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The methods of modulating or altering the carriers in order to carry the encoded information are quite varied They include amplitude modulation (AM)/ phase modulation (PM), frequency modulation (FM), frequency shift keyed (FSK), pulse position (PPM), pulse duration (PDM) and continuous wave (CW) In some cases, different modulating techniques are used in each direction (to and from the tags)
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Variation of a characteristic of a wave, such as tide,, by the instantaneous values of another, modulating wave, eg a by a satellite constituent Amplitude and frequency modulation are the usual effects of such variations
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There are also sudden and unprepared modulations
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The process of superimposing the information carried in the baseband signal onto a high-frequency carrier
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Process by which the characteristics of electrical signals are transformed to represent information Types of modulation include AM, FM, and PAM See also AM, FM, and PAM
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the addition of information to an electronic signal by changing the carrier; common modulation methods include amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM) and phase modulation
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Altering the characteristics of a carrier wave to convey information Modulation techniques include amplitude, frequency, phase, plus many other forms of digital encoding
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A change of key, whether transient, or until the music becomes established in the new key; a shifting of the tonality of a piece, so that the harmonies all center upon a new keynote or tonic; the art of transition out of the original key into one nearly related, and so on, it may be, by successive changes, into a key quite remote
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The process of impressing information on a carrier wave by changing some of the wave's characteristics (such as amplitude, frequency, or phase) to reflect the changes in the information it delivers
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anything which changes or modifies gating can cause "modulation" These can include ligand binding to the channel, post-translational modifications like phosphorylation, or changes in the process itself " Certain neurotransmitters such as GABA, serotonin, nitric oxide, and others can modulate ion channels indirectly by binding to other sites on cell membrane They do this by influencing GPCRs By changing the internal ion melieu of the cytoplasm, changes in the cell itself can take place Fatty acids have been shown to bind directly to ion channels and moduate them
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Modulation refers to a carrier signal whose amplitude, frequency, or phase is modified according to one of the characteristics of an information signal
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The process of changing from one key to another within a composition
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a manner of speaking in which the loudness or pitch or tone of the voice is modified
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(electronics) the transmission of a signal by using it to vary a carrier wave; changing the carrier's amplitude or frequency or phase
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the act of modifying or adjusting according to due measure and proportion (as with regard to artistic effect) (electronics) the transmission of a signal by using it to vary a carrier wave; changing the carrier's amplitude or frequency or phase a manner of speaking in which the loudness or pitch or tone of the voice is modified
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The process in which the characteristics of one wave or signal are varied in accordance with another wave or signal Modulation can alter frequency, phase, or amplitude characteristics
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To superimpose the amplitude, frequency or phase of a wave or signal onto another wave or signal, which is then used to convey the original signal via a transmission medium (e g satellite link)
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In music, one usually thinks of modulating as passing from one key to another--by means of intermediate chords In MIDI, modulation usually means applying a vibrato effect to a sound
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The process whereby some characteristic of one wave is varied in accordance with some characteristic of another wave The basic types of modulation are angle modulation (including the special cases of phase and frequency modulation) and amplitude modulation In missile radars, it is common practice to amplitude modulate the transmitted RF carrier wave of tracking and guidance transmitters by using a pulsed wave for modulating, and to frequency module the transmitted RF carrier wave of illuminator transmitters by using a sine wave
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When some characteristics of an electromagnetic wave are deliberately changed or manipulated for the purpose of transmitting information (see Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation and Phase Modulation)
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A process whereby a signal is transformed from its original form into a signal that is more suitable for transmission over the medium between transmitter and receiver
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The process of coding and decoding information for transmission For example, a voice conversation is coded into binary bits (digital information), transmitted and then decoded at the receiving end Back to the top
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Sound modulated; melody
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the act of modifying or adjusting according to due measure and proportion (as with regard to artistic effect)
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the process by which a characteristic of one wave (the carrier) is modified by another wave (the signal)
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In electronics, a technique for impressing information (voice, music, picture, or data) on a radio-frequency carrier wave by varying one or more characteristics of the wave in accordance with the signal. There are various forms of modulation, each designed to alter a particular characteristic of the carrier wave. The most commonly altered characteristics include amplitude (see AM), frequency (see FM), phase, pulse sequence, and pulse duration. In music, the transition from one mode or key to another. There are three principal methods of modulation in classical harmony: diatonic, in which a pivot chord is common to both keys; chromatic, in which the notes of the pivot chord are altered by a semitone; and enharmonic, in which the notes of the pivot chord, while retaining their original tones, simply assume different names. Modulation may be transitory, as in the course of thematic development, or structural, contributing to the harmonic definition of the form
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The act of modulating, or the state of being modulated; as, the modulation of the voice
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rise and fall of the voice pitch
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The process of varying the amplitude, frequency, or phase of an RF carrier wave The process whereby some characteristic of one wave is varied in accordance with some characteristic of another wave The basic types of modulation are angle modulation, including the special cases of phase modulation and frequency modulation, and amplitude modulation
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The process of varying some characteristic (See Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation or Phase Modulation) of the electrical carrier wave to impose information on it
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The process of converting digital signals into analog signals by modulating a carrier frequency See also modem
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a musical passage moving from one key to another
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The control of some aspect of a signal, for example its amplitude or frequency, by another signal
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{i} action of modulating; variation; variation of carrier wave (Electronics); change from one key to another (Music)
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Converting digital signals into analog signals A modem is a MOdulator/DEModulator
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The process by which some characteristics of one carrier wave are varied in relation to another wave or signal
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{i} one who modulates, mitigator, moderator
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(Video/Audio) An electronic signal processor that combines a video/audio signal with a carrier signal for distribution A later demodulator removes the carrier following transmission to restore the original signal Analogous to radio transmission
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A device that adjusts by small increments or changes
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One who, or that which, modulates
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A circuit used to introduce a signal onto a carrier
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Equipment that converts audio, video, or data signals (baseband) into an RF signal
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In wireless microphones, an electronic circuit to superimpose an audio signal on a RF signal, usually by varying its frequency in synchronization with the audio signal Also called an FM modulator
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The electronic device in a modem that encodes data for transmission See demodulator
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In FM synthesis and elsewhere, a modulator that is used to modify the output of another operator, creating rich complex tones This process is known as modulation
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A device that modulates
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The part of the modem that converts digital signals to analog signals
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A modulator is a device that changes digital signals into analog signals
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A device which superimposes the amplitude, frequency or phase of a wave or signal onto another wave or signal (a carrier), which is then used to convey the original signal via a transmission medium (e g satellite link)
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A simulated drug or electrolyte, for which an instantaneous preparation-wide serum level may be specified by the user At any particular serum level, a Modulator may influence the behavior of the preparation in one or more of a fixed set of Modulator Effect Modalities
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  A device that imposes a signal on a carrier   (188)
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The electronic equipment required to combine video and audio signals from a studio and convert them to radio frequencies (r-f) for distribution on a cable system Also, a very low-powered television signal generator used to provide signals for distribution on a CATV system
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A signal that modulates or controls another signal (the carrier)
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{s} of modulation, of regulation
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