modulation

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kiplenim
modülasyon

Bu parçada neredeyse hiç modülasyon yok. - This piece has almost no modulation.

(İnşaat) zamana bağlı değişim
{i} geçiş
(Tıp) Uyma, intibak etme, hücrenin çevresel değişimlere kendini uydurması
{i} hafifletme
ayarlama
(Tıp) Düzenleme, düzenlenme (Tdavi düzenlenmesi gibi)
(İnşaat) ayarlamak
(Tıp) düzenleme
değişinim
kipleme
modulation meter
modülometre
modulation capability
modülasyon yeteneği, kiplenim yeteneği
modulation characteristic
modülasyon karakteristiği
modulation distortion
modülasyon distorsiyonu, kiplenim bozulması
modulation frequency
modülasyon frekansı
modulation monitor
modülasyon monitörü
modulation noise
modülasyon gürültüsü, kiplenim gürültüsü
modulation percentage
modülasyon yüzdesi, kiplenim yüzdesi
modulation analysis
(Nükleer Bilimler) modülasyon analizi
modulation depth
kiplenme derinligi
modulation meter
kiplenimolcer
modulation transfer function
(Nükleer Bilimler) (mtf) modülasyon transfer fonksiyonu (mtf)
modified frequency modulation
Değiştirilmiş frekans modülasyonu
absorption modulation
enerji soğurum kiplenimi
angular modulation
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal kiplenim
intensity modulation
(Bilgisayar,Televizyon) yeğinlik kiplenimi
modulate
yumuşatmak
modulate
radyo modüle etmek
modulate
hafifletme
modulate
değiştirmek
modulate
geçiş
modulate
tatlılaştırmak
modulate
ayarlamak
modulate
hafifleme
modulate
(Muzik) eksen
modulate
(Muzik) ton değiştirmek
modulate
tadil etmek
pulse modulation
vurum kiplenimi
trellis coded modulation
kafes kodlamalı kipleme
amplitude modulation
genlik modülasyonu
amplitude modulation equivalent
genlik modülasyon eşleniği
angle modulation
açı modülasyonu
anode modulation
anot modülasyonu
automatic modulation control
otomatik modülasyon kontrolu
balanced modulation
simetrik modülasyon
beam modulation
demet modülasyonu
cathode modulation
katot modülasyonu
choke modulation
boğucu bobinle modülasyon
conductivity modulation
iletkenlik modülasyonu
constant current modulation
sabit akımlı modülasyon
cross modulation
çapraz modülasyon
double modulation
çift modülasyon
downward modulation
inişli modülasyon
dual modulation
ikili modülasyon
frequency modulation
frekans modülasyonu
high efficiency grid modulation
yüksek verim ızgara modülasyonu
high level modulation
yüksek düzeyli modülasyon
incidental frequency modulation
arızi frekans modülasyonu
intensity modulation
şiddet modülasyonu
ionic modulation
iyonik modülasyon
isochronous modulation
izokron modülasyonu
light modulation
ışık modülasyonu
linear modulation
lineer modülasyon
linear modulation
doğrusal modülasyon
magnetic modulation
manyetik modülasyon
modulate
ayarla
phase modulation
faz modülasyonu
phase modulation
evre değiştirimi
density modulation
yoğunluk modülasyonu
facsimile modulation
faksimile modülasyonu
group modulation
grup modülasyonu
modulate
niteliğini değiştir
narrow band frequency modulation
dar bant frekans modülasyonu
negative light modulation
negatif ışık modülasyonu, ekşi ışık kiplenimi
phase modulation coding
faz modülasyonlu kodlama, evre degistirimli kodlama
positive amplitude modulation
pozitif genlik modülasyonu
screen modulation
ekran modülasyonu
series modulation
seri modülasyon
total modulation
tam modülasyon
velocity modulation
hız modülasyonu, hız kiplenimi
vision modulation
resim modülasyonu, resim degistirimi
HAVE QUICK frequency modulation net
(Askeri) HAVE
HAVE QUICK frequency modulation training net
(Askeri) HAVE
absorption modulation
enerji sogurum kiplenimi
adaptive differential pulse code modulation
uyarlanir darbe darbe kod kiplenimi
amplitude modulation
(Askeri) GENLİK MODÜLASYONU: Taşıyıcı bir dalgayı, modülasyon bilgisine uygun olarak, genliğinde değişikliğe sebep olacak şekilde modüle etme usulü
angular modulation
acisal kiplenim
delta modulation
delta kodlamasi
differential pulse code modulation
(DPCM) Ayrimsal Darbe Kod Kiplenimi
double sideband suppress carrier modulation
tasiyicisiz cift yanbant kiplenimi
downward modulation
negatif modülasyon
electronic modulation
(Askeri) elektronik modülasyon
electronic modulation
(Askeri) ELEKTRONİK MODÜLASYON: Bir telsiz frekans taşıyıcı dalgasına gönderilmekte olan ses veya işaret varyasyonlarına uygun olarak, genişliğini, frekansını veya safhasını değiştirmek suretiyle, istihbarat yükleme işlemi
frequency modulation
(Askeri) FREKANS MODÜLASYONU: Taşıyıcı dalga frekansının modülasyon istihbaratına göre değiştirildiği bir modülasyon usulü
inter modulation
(Havacılık) inetrmodülasyon
inter modulation
(Havacılık) arakiplenim
isochronous modulation
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) izokron modülasyon
low level modulation
kucuk miktarda kiplenim
modulate
sesini değiştirmek
modulate
{f} sesi ayarlamak
modulate
{f} hafifleştirmek
modulate
{f} (sesi) yumuşatmak
modulate
kiplemek
modulate
modüle etmek
modulate
{f} (konuşma ve şarkı söylemede) ses perdesini gereğine göre değiştirmek, bir tondan başka bir tona geçmek
noise modulation
gurultu sinyali kiplenimi
phase modulation
evre kiplenimi
pulse amplitude modulation
(Askeri) pals genlik modülasyonu
pulse code modulation
(PCM) Atım Modu Modülasyonu
pulse code modulation
(Askeri) pals kod modülasyonu
pulse duration modulation
(PDM) darbe (vurum) sure kiplenimi
pulse modulation
(PM) darbe (vurum) kiplenimi
pulse position modulation
darbe (vurum) konum kiplenimi
pulse width modulation
darbe (vurum) genislik kiplenimi
quadrature amplitude modulation
(Askeri) dörtlü genlik modülasyonu
single sideband modulation
(SSB) tek yanbant kiplenimi
subcarrier frequency modulation
ara tasiyicili frekans modulasyonu
transportable amplitude modulation and frequency modulation radio broadcast syst
(Askeri) taşınabilir genlik modülasyonu ve frekansı modülasyonu telsiz yayın sistemi
trellis coded modulation
kafes kodlamali kipleme
vestigial sideband modulation
(VSB) artik yanbant kiplenimi
vision modulation
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim değiştirimi
vision modulation
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim modülasyonu
z axis modulation
z ekseni kiplenimi
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The process of applying a signal to a carrier, modulating
Methods of modulating
{n} agreeable harmony, proportion
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
rise and fall of the voice pitch
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
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
Sound modulated; melody
the act of modifying or adjusting according to due measure and proportion (as with regard to artistic effect)
the process by which a characteristic of one wave (the carrier) is modified by another wave (the signal)
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
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
The process by which some characteristics of one carrier wave are varied in relation to another wave or signal
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)
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
The act of modulating, or the state of being modulated; as, the modulation of the voice
The process of varying some characteristic (See Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation or Phase Modulation) of the electrical carrier wave to impose information on it
The process of converting digital signals into analog signals by modulating a carrier frequency See also modem
a musical passage moving from one key to another
The control of some aspect of a signal, for example its amplitude or frequency, by another signal
{i} action of modulating; variation; variation of carrier wave (Electronics); change from one key to another (Music)
Converting digital signals into analog signals A modem is a MOdulator/DEModulator
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)
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
There are also sudden and unprepared modulations
Altering the characteristics of a carrier wave to convey information Modulation techniques include amplitude, frequency, phase, plus many other forms of digital encoding
The process of changing from one key to another within a composition
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
(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
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
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
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)
Modulation refers to a carrier signal whose amplitude, frequency, or phase is modified according to one of the characteristics of an information signal
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
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
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
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
The process of superimposing the information carried in the baseband signal onto a high-frequency carrier
amplitude modulation
A method of sending information by modifying (modulating) the intensity (amplitude) of a carrier wave
frequency modulation
the use of a modulating wave to vary the instantaneous frequency of a carrier wave
modulate
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)
modulate
to move from one key or tonality to another, especially by using a chord progression
modulate
To change the pitch, intensity or tone of one's voice or of a musical instrument
phase modulation
A method of sending information by modifying (modulating) the difference in phase (fraction of a wave length) between a signal and a reference
pulse modulation
any of a number of techniques whereby a series of information-carrying quantities occurring at discrete instances of time is encoded into a corresponding series of electromagnetic carrier pulses
single-sideband modulation
A modification of amplitude modulation that modulates the output signal on a single sideband only, as opposed to both sidebands
modulate
to vary in tone, inflection, pitch or other quality of sound
modulate
{v} to form sounds to a key or note
Phase Modulation
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Phase modulation (PM) is a form of modulation that represents information as variations in the instantaneous phase of a carrier wave
Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation
method of compression for sound data
amplitude modulation
A transmission technique in which the amplitude of the carrier is varied in accordance with the signal A means of signal transmission whereby transmitter (light source) signal intensity is varied in relation to the amplitude of the input signal
amplitude modulation
A means of adding voice or data to a radio frequency transmission by varying the amplitude of the carrier frequency Broadcast stations in the "AM" band on a car radio use this modulation technique AM is susceptible to static from electrical sources such as atmospheric noise, thunderstorms and electrical appliances
amplitude modulation
One of three basic methods (see Frequency and Phase Modulation) of adding information to a sine wave signal in which the magnitude of the signal is varied to transmit information
amplitude modulation
One of the methods for transmitting information using radio waves by superimposing the information signal onto a radio frequency carrier wave The amplitude of the carrier wave is varied in accordance with the time-varying amplitude of the input signal The frequency of the carrier wave remains unchanged
amplitude modulation
(AM) - a modulation technique in which the transmitted radio wave (or more specifically the amplitude of the carrier wave) is varied in accordance with the audio signal being broadcast, distinguished from frequency modulation (FM)
amplitude modulation
A form of carrier wave modulation in which the amplitude of the carrier wave is varied in proportion to the amplitude of the modulating wave See also modulation
amplitude modulation
One of three basic methods (see also Frequency and Phase Modulation) of adding information to a sine wave signal in which the magnitude of the signal is varied to impose information on it
amplitude modulation
A transmission technique that inserts information onto an electrical carrier wave by varying the amplitude of the carrier
amplitude modulation
The process whereby the amplitude of one electrical quantity is varied in accordance with some selected characteristic of a second quantity, not necessarily electrical (for example, in microwave voice communications, a wave oscillating at the relatively low frequency of sound would be used to vary the amplitude of a continuous high-frequency transmitted carrier wave)
amplitude modulation
A method of transmitting information by varying the strength of a carrier waveform in accordance with the instantaneous value of the intelligence-bearing signal
amplitude modulation
modulation of the amplitude of the (radio) carrier wave
amplitude modulation
(AM) The varying of the amplitude of a signal, usually repetitively For signals of audible frequency, amplitude modulations in the range of 1 Hz to ~15 Hz evoke a tremolo effect
amplitude modulation
  Modulation in which the amplitude of a carrier wave is varied in accordance with some characteristic of the modulating signal   (188) Note:   Amplitude modulation implies the modulation of a coherent carrier wave by mixing it in a nonlinear device with the modulating signal to produce discrete upper and lower sidebands, which are the sum and difference frequencies of the carrier and signal   The envelope of the resultant modulated wave is an analog of the modulating signal   The instantaneous value of the resultant modulated wave is the vector sum of the corresponding instantaneous values of the carrier wave, upper sideband, and lower sideband   Recovery of the modulating signal may be by direct detection or by heterodyning
amplitude modulation
A type of modulation in which the amplitude of the carrier wave is varied above and below its normal value by an amount proportional to the amplitude of the impressed wave
amplitude modulation
A modulation technique where the amplitude of the carrier signal is changed by the amplitude of the information signal
amplitude modulation
A modulation method in which the amplitude of one wave (the carrier) is controlled by the amplitude of another wave (the modulator) Unlike Ring Modulation, Amplitude Modulation uses a modulator that is unipolar (i e , always positive) In SFX Machine, the AM modulator is automatically converted to a unipolar signal Low-frequency AM results in volume control or tremolo effects Modulator frequencies that are themselves in the audio range result in sum and difference sideband tones that were not necessarily present in either the carrier or the modulator
amplitude modulation
A change of the amplitude of the carrier wave in analog data transmission to represent either the 0 bit or 1 bit
amplitude modulation
Where audio signals increase and decrease the amplitude of the "carrier wave"
amplitude modulation
A technique whereby the voltage level or amplitude of a carrier is varied in order to transmit digital or analog information
amplitude modulation
Amplitude is the distance between the peaks and troughs of a waveform and its average value Amplitude modulation is the process of representing information by alternating and controlling the amplitude
amplitude modulation
Representation of data or signal states by the amplitude of a fixed frequency sinusoidal carrier wave Where data is in binary form the modulation involves two levels of amplitude and is referred to as Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK)
amplitude modulation
(AM) One of three basic ways to add information to a sine wave signal; the magnitude of the sine wave, or carrier, is modified in accordance with the information to be transmitted
amplitude modulation
A form of modulation in which the amplitude of a carrier wave is varied in accordance with some characteristic of the modulating signal
amplitude modulation
A method of impressing a message upon a carrier signal by causing the carrier amplitude to vary proportionally to the message waveform
amplitude modulation
Amplitude Modulation (AM) is a method of transmission whereby the amplitude of the carrier frequency is modified in accordance with the bit value of the intelligence signal
frequency modulation
A method of modulation in which the frequency of the carrier voltage is varied with the frequency of the modulation voltage (Also see Amplitude Modulation) 2
frequency modulation
a modulation technique that varies (i e modulates) the carrier frequency of a transmitter in accordance with variations in the strength of the modulating audio signal
frequency modulation
One of three basic methods (see also Amplitude and Phase Modulation) of adding information to a sine wave signal in which its frequency is varied to impose information on it
frequency modulation
A modulation method in which the frequency of one wave (the carrier) is controlled by the amplitude of another wave (the modulator) Low-frequency FM results in vibrato Modulator frequencies that are themselves in the audio range result in the generation of sideband tones that are not necessarily present in either the carrier or the modulator
frequency modulation
A form of modulation in which the frequency of the modulated carrier wave is varied in proportion to the amplitude of the modulating wave In this case the phase of the carrier varies with the integral of the modulating wave See also modulation
frequency modulation
A type of modulation in which the frequency of a continuous radio carrier wave is varied in accordance with the properties of a second (modulating) wave
frequency modulation
  Modulation in which the instantaneous frequency of a sine wave carrier is caused to depart from the center frequency by an amount proportional to the instantaneous value of the modulating signal (188)  Note 1: In FM, the carrier frequency is called the center frequency   Note 2: FM is a form of angle modulation   Note 3:   In optical communications, even if the electrical baseband signal is used to frequency-modulate an electrical carrier  (an "FM" optical communications system), it is still the intensity of the lightwave that is varied (modulated) by the electrical FM carrier   In this case, the "information,"as far as the lightwave is concerned, is the electrical FM carrier   The lightwave is varied in intensity at an instantaneous rate corresponding to the instantaneous frequency of the electrical FM carrier   [After FAA]
frequency modulation
The frequency of the radio frequency carrier is made to be proportional to the information signal
frequency modulation
alteration of the frequency of transmitting waves to reduce static in the transmitted sound or image
frequency modulation
French: modulation de fréquence (FM) The process of modifying the frequency of a carrier wave in step with the amplitude variations of the signal to be transmitted
frequency modulation
A means of adding voice or data to a radio frequency transmission by varying the carrier frequency Broadcast stations in the 88-108 MHz "FM" band and television station sound channels use this modulation technique FM is relatively insensitive to the static sources that AM is prone to
frequency modulation
A change in the frequency (pitch) of a signal At low modulation rates, FM is perceived as vibrato or some type of trill, depending on the shape of the modulating waveform When the modulating wave is in the audio range (above 20Hz or so), FM is perceived as a change in tone color FM synthesizers, commonly found on computer soundcards, create sounds using audio-range frequency modulation
frequency modulation
An analog modulation technique whereby the frequency of a carrier is varied to encode information
frequency modulation
A modulation technique where the frequency of the carrier signal is changed by the amplitude of the information signal
frequency modulation
Transmission method in which the frequency of the carrier wave is changed to correspond to changes in the signal wave
frequency modulation
The alteration of the carrier wave frequency to represent 0s and 1s
frequency modulation
(FM) A form of modulation in which the frequency of the carrier is varied in accordance with the instantaneous value of the modulating signal See also amplitude modulation (AM)
frequency modulation
A method of data transmission whereby the frequency of a sinusoidal waveform (carrier) is changed in accordance with the information that is to be transmitted
frequency modulation
A process in which the intelligence of a signal is represented by variations in the frequency of the oscillation of the signal
frequency modulation
Representation of data or signal states by using different transmission frequencies Where data is in binary form the modulation constitutes two transmission frequencies and is referred to as Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)
frequency modulation
Changing the carrier wave frequency according to changes in an information stream
frequency modulation
– Data trans-mission method that encodes data values as variations in the frequency of an analog carrier wave
frequency modulation
In addition to being a basic synthesizer technique used by some synthesizers, many synthesizers have a feature which allows you to modulate the frequency (pitch) of an oscillator or filter, producing rich and complex tones Also known as FM
frequency modulation
A type of modulation in which the frequency of the carrier wave is varied above and below its normal frequency be an amount that is proportional to the amplitude of the impressed signal In this case, the amplitude of the modulated carrier wave remains constant
frequency modulation
Placing a sound wave on a carrier wave in such a way that the number of recurrences is varied; stations that broadcast between 88 and 108 megahertz 1 14, 14 6
frequency modulation
a periodic variation of frequency, creating vibrato
frequency modulation
modulation of the frequency of the (radio) carrier wave
frequency modulation
The encoding of a carrier wave by variation of its frequency in accordance with an input signal
modulate
To change the pitch, intensity or tone of ones voice or of a musical instrument
modulate
fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of; "regulate the temperature"; "modulate the pitch"
modulate
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a wave by impressing one wave on another wave of constant properties
modulate
To alter the function or status of something in response to a stimulant
modulate
to vary the amplitude, frequency, or phase of a carrier wave, usually to transmit information
modulate
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a radio frequency wave in accordance with the information to be conveyed
modulate
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
modulate
adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of
modulate
{f} regulate, control; adjust; vary the frequency (Electronics); change from one key to another (Music)
modulate
To adjust or adapt to a certain proportion To vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of waves
modulate
To vary or inflect in a natural, customary, or musical manner; as, the organs of speech modulate the voice in reading or speaking
modulate
placing information onto a higher frequency carrier by means of varying the frequency, amplitude, or phase adjustment
modulate
is a method in which a signal to be transmitted is mixed with a high frequency carrier signal
modulate
To form, as sound, to a certain key, or to a certain portion
modulate
To pass from one key into another
modulate
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
modulate
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
modulate
change the key of, in music; "modulate the melody"
modulate
of one's speech, varying the pitch
modulate
To vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a video signal
modulate
To regulate, adjust or adapt
modulate
vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)
modulate
To change some parameter (usually amplitude or frequency) of one signal in proportion to a second signal
modulations
plural of modulation
phase modulation
A type of electronic modulation in which the phase of a carrier wave is varied in order to transmit the information contained in the signal
phase modulation
modulation of the phase of the carrier wave
pulse code modulation
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) is a modulation scheme involving conversion of a signal from analog to digital form by means of coding See also modulation
pulse code modulation
A method of encoding and de-encoding a digital signal There are actually several varieties in use today, including linear, non-linear, floating point, and differential These vary mainly in how they deal with quantization, and how they handle values that fall "between" the digital signals bits
pulse code modulation
The most common method of representing an analog signal, such as speech, by sampling at a regular rate and converting each sample to an equivalent digital code
pulse code modulation
A method used to convert an analog signal into noise-free digital data that can be stored and manipulated by computer PCM takes an 8-bit sample of a 4kHz bandwidth 8000 times a second, which gives 16K of data per second PCM is often used in multimedia applications
pulse code modulation
Process in which the modulating signal is sampled, and the magnitude of each sample (with respect to a fixed reference) is quantized and converted by coding to a digital signal Provides undistorted transmission, even in the presence of noise The sample frequency must be at least twice the highest modulating frequency for full recovery of the original modulating information
pulse code modulation
A method of quantizing audio-range analog signals into a digital form for transmission in digital communications systems, or for processing in DSP Effectively the same as analog-to-digital conversion
pulse code modulation
A process in which a signal is sampled, and the magnitude of each sample with respect to a fixed reference is quantized and converted by coding to a digital signal
pulse code modulation
French: modulation par impulsions et codage (MIC) A modulation technique in which the signal being transmitted is sampled at regular intervals to determine its magnitude The magnitude is converted to a digital pulse for transmission (See pulse modulation )
pulse code modulation
The process that samples, quantizes, and codes the modulating analog signal into digital bit stream
pulse code modulation
Method of modulation in which signals are sampled and converted to digital words that are then transmitted serially Most PCM systems use either 7- or 8-bit binary codes There are, however, several standards for PCM coding: most common are µ-Law in North America and A-Law in Europe (both based on logarithmic conversion of the signal)
pulse code modulation
Method of sampling information signals at regular intervals and transmitting the samples as a series of pulses in coded form which represent the amplitude of the information signal at that time
pulse code modulation
A means for representing a sequence of binary numbers by a series of electrical pulses
pulse code modulation
PCM is the most common method a telephone company in North America can use to sample a voice signal and convert that sample in an equivalent digital code consisting of zeros and ones
pulse code modulation
A method for transmitting data in digital format
pulse modulation
A system of modulation in which pulses are altered and controlled in order to represent the message to be communicated
pulse modulation
modulation that imposes a signal on a train of pulses
pulse-time modulation
modulation of the time between successive pulses
modulation

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