carrier wave


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Synonyms for carrier wave

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

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r], respectively; therefore, the wave vector of newly developed carrier wave [k.
The first carrier wave is used to obtain a good point for the refining phase or second carrier wave [5] described by the lines 09 to 16.
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.
10] consecutive laser pulses--of the optical-frequency carrier wave with respect to its pulse modulation.
Whereas Sheidrake brings in the idea of a morphic field to explain group animal behaviour, Chandler thinks that there is a modulation of a carrier wave shared by other members of the species.
The 5MPA Film Capacitor Series is suited for PWM outputs to handle current spectrums from both line frequency to superimposed ripple on the carrier wave.
Carol Marcus and adapted the genesis matrix to a carrier wave, and had then released it toward Earth.
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.
AC asynchronous three-phase, with a nominal line frequency of 50 Hz, with a synchronous speed of 3000 m, rated power 1250 kW; fixed carrier wave, specifying; fixed carrier wave, specifying
The light forms an electromagnetic carrier wave that is modulated to carry information Applications of fiber optics include: telecommunications, Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs), factory automation and premises wiring (Intelligent Telecommunication System.