beat note

beat note

[′bēt ‚nōt]
(electronics)
The beat frequency whose signal is produced by two signals having waves that are sinusoidal.
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But observers on the 'EJK' beat note that responding police don't even bother to interview witnesses to the shootings, with perfunctory evidence gathering performed by responders.
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In the case of a PLDRO, a higher phase detector gain means that a higher beat note output is required from the microwave sampler.
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In a multicarrier environment such as in cellular communications, the beat note of the carriers produces undesired signals called intermodulation products that cause interference in adjacent channels.
An example of a 100 MHz beat note is shown in Figure 3.
Because output ripple from most switching regulators is frequency dependent, using a periodic waveform for SSFM results in amplitude modulated ripple and may result in poor PSRR performance or possible beat notes.
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