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ASK

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ASK

ASK

(Amplitude Shift Keying) A simple digital modulation technique that uses two voltage levels for 0 and 1. See amplitude modulation.


Amplitude Shift Keying
ASK is a simple technique that uses two voltage levels to represent 0 and 1.
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On seeing her poverty the Sultan felt less inclined than ever to keep his word, and asked the vizir's advice, who counselled him to set so high a value on the princess that no man living could come up to it.
Forgive my ignorance," he asked, "what is this palace you speak of?
Don Quixote passed on to the fourth, a man of venerable aspect with a white beard falling below his breast, who on hearing himself asked the reason of his being there began to weep without answering a word, but the fifth acted as his tongue and said, "This worthy man is going to the galleys for four years, after having gone the rounds in ceremony and on horseback.
Don Quixote went on and asked another what his crime was, and the man answered with no less but rather much more sprightliness than the last one.
asked the latter, "are you going to be ill just now?
When Tarzan questioned them about Bertha Kircher, the young man said that she had been taken to the king's palace; and when asked why replied: "For the king, of course.
When Otobu asked the man, at Tarzan's suggestion, if he was familiar with the interior of the king's palace, he replied that he was; that he was a friend of Prince Metak, one of the king's sons, and that he often visited the palace and that Metak also came here to his father's palace frequently.
I asked him that question myself, naturally," she answered.
Do you mind," he asked, "if I follow by a later train?
You are referring," he asked, "to the black-frocked little creature we saw about the place yesterday?
I replied; and even if they are not, but only appear to be so to the person who is asked, ought he not to say what he thinks, whether you and I forbid him or not?
What do you recommend, father,' asked Louisa, her reserved composure not in the least affected by these gratifying results,