frequency modulation

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modulation of the frequency of the (radio) carrier wave

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3) Note shape: caurensis notes are heavily frequency modulated and poorly defined; leucostigma notes are either partially or entirely chevron shaped.
The Kodak Approval System now has the available add-on feature of frequency modulated (FM) screening.
Tuesday announced the introduction of its new Cyclone OptiColor System, an advanced print server that utilizes Adobe Brilliant(TM) Screens, a Frequency Modulated (FM) screening technique, that produces high-end color results at greater-than-ever speeds.
is now stocking the FAN7688 advanced pulse frequency modulated (PFM) controller from Fairchild Semiconductor.
Blighter radars combine patented solid-state Passive Electronically Scanned Array (PESA) technology - utilising digital beamforming (DBF) on transmit and receive - with advanced Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) and Doppler processing to provide a robust and persistent surveillance capability and an unmatched combination of high reliability, accuracy and performance with a low cost of ownership.
Effect of low frequency modulated microwave exposure on human EEG: individual sensitivity.
examined the effect of frequency modulated ES and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on the release of VEGF in diabetic and nondiabetic subjects [16].
Only time will tell which name(s) win out, but expect to hear these types of fishfinders referred to as Broadband (really confusing), Frequency Sweeping Pulse Compression or CHIRP (too long and weird), Frequency Modulated or FM (been done before), or Spread-Spectrum (may be the one or may not) as well as some other odd acronyms.
Radar sensors use Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave to reliably detect moving or stationary objects even in extreme weather conditions.
Radar sensors use Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) to reliably detect moving or stationary objects even in extreme weather conditions.
27 kHz and a frequency modulated (FM) component at the end of the call that sweeps from ca.
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