carrier current


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carrier current

[′kar·ē·ər ‚kər·ənt]
(communications)
A higher-frequency alternating current superimposed on ordinary telephone, telegraph, and power-line frequencies for communication and control purposes.
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Neither do the rules provide for a means of measuring emission from carrier current systems.
This is an easy and inexpensive way to find a carrier current device.
The Wireless Modem Jack is a wireless FM carrier current phone extension system designed to support V.
The Wireless Modem Jack is a wireless carrier current phone extension system which, when plugged into any electrical outlet, transmits data signals on 110v electrical wiring using closed-circuit, FM transmissions.
The Wireless Modem Jack is a wireless carrier current phone extension system which transmits data signals on 110v electrical wiring using closed-circuit, FM transmissions.