carrier wave


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  • noun

Synonyms for carrier wave

a radio wave that can be modulated in order to transmit a signal

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As Table 5 illustrates, parameters of potential biological significance include the frequency content of the signal (ratio of modulation frequency to carrier wave frequency), the ratio of peak-to-average RF wave amplitude, the central frequency of the RF (carrier wave), and the modulation frequency (typically ~ 0-10 kHz).
Thankfully, I get a let of letters like yours, and I am delighted that, even if the point doesn't hit, the carrier wave at least gives you some entertainment, and also may cause you to look twice at the subliminal messages.
If the information is imbued with the sender's own idiosyncrasies, their carrier wave will be less likely to be able to be shared.
I started to recognize the robots who look human but transmit the medial carrier wave beat frequency that has brainwashed us--for millennia.
Maniacal ambition notwithstanding, the Internet certainly looks like the carrier wave of a marketing revolution.
The L1 signal can be divided into three components: carrier wave, tracking codes, and navigation message.
An RBDS encoder allows a radio station to piggy-back another stream of digital data onto its normal carrier wave.
During the initial testing and implementation of marketplaces, Softheon participated in pilot federal and state programs, including the successful completion of CMS Direct Enrollment connectivity and carrier wave testing, effectuating marketplace members with multiple carrier core systems.
Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, and EXATEL, a telecommunications operator in Poland, today jointly declare that they have successfully tested the first 400G WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) system with a single carrier wave on the live network, which is a significant technical breakthrough in the high-speed transmission field.