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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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Applicants may say to themselves "They're asking me my gender and race--isn't that wrong?
It's a fiction that you can get in legal trouble by asking questions.
Forget the incremental solution of asking tougher questions, have the big shots turn in their White House passes, and dispatch them to fish the "backwaters" instead: Put today's Russell Bakers to work telling those tired stories-like the decay of the schools or the collapse of our health care system -in such a way that they mean something, so that not just the president, but all of us, have to sit up and take action.
Calvert joined the State of Connecticut in filing a shareholder resolution asking Stanley Works to declassify its "staggered" board and ensure that in the future, all directors are elected annually.
While the numbers have been slowly rising since 9/ 11, this is the first time we've seen double digit increases in asking rents in several areas for more than two years.
In addition, Convio has agreed to immediately stop all use of any translations or phonetic equivalents of any mark confusingly similar to Kintera's Friends Asking Friends trademark.
Kaye found that 760 sellers lowered the asking price on their apartments compared to 681 a year earlier.
The general director of the AAP program, Adolfo Bermeo, publicly defended his program's controversial interview process, denying that asking questions about people's political attitudes is wrong: ``Employees need to really believe that people who are here belong here.
In doing our research we tested Ask Jeeves by asking it numerous questions, all of which were answered by more questions.
In addition to making interaction on company Web sites more intuitive, our ability to provide insight into what consumers are specifically asking allows our customers to continuously improve the level of service they provide on their Web sites.
In addition to asking questions like "What's it like to live in space?