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change the key of, in music

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vary the pitch of one's speech

fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of

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adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of

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vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)

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Nonetheless Savat makes some interesting observations concerning technological modulations under contemporary conditions.
That is to say, she assumes that human existence is modulated in such a way that it can be amplified and controlled, producing a significant effect when it is demodulated, meaning that these modulations lead to actions in everyday life.
First likelihood behavior of signal is calculated for all possible modulations then maximum likelihood ratio test against threshold is performed for decision making.
The theoretical values of features for considered modulations are also shown.
Time responses for bandedge modulations near the 1st and the 3rd bandgaps are shown in insets.
Meantime, the heaviest modulations shift from bandedge frequencies to the centers of bandgaps.
Synthesizers on the market today offer AM, FM, phase modulation, scan modulation and pulse modulation, which are the building blocks for complex modulation.
These generators offer the option of two synchronous internal arbitrary waveform generators that can be loaded with user-defined waves, enabling complex modulation at frequencies up to 65 GHz.
1, offering a more comprehensive solution for planning wireless networks using adaptive modulation microwave radios.
1, wireless network planners can easily design and deploy adaptive modulation radios, which are able to automatically adjust the capacity and modulation according to the quality and performance of the radio channel.
4 Spectra for (a) discrete and (b) linear modulations.
In discrete modes, there are only a finite number of modulation input states resulting in a finite set of phase and amplitude states in the modulated carrier output.
In particular, the book presents the principles of analog and digital modulation systems, including examples from well-established analog techniques, such as AM and FM, to more advanced digital formats, as CDMA and OFDM.
Includes coverage of deterministic and random signals, as well as transmission media and devices, passband signals, linear, amplitude, angular, digital and binary modulation.
For the first time, digitized transmit and receive signals found on data buses between the baseband and RF blocks of digital radio applications can be analyzed in the time, frequency, and modulation domains within a logic analyzer just as if they were in full analog form.