carrier shift


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carrier shift

[′kar·ē·ər ‚shift]
(communications)
Transmission of radio-teletypewriter messages by shifting the carrier frequency in one direction for a marking signal and in the opposite direction for a spacing signal.
Condition resulting from imperfect modulation whereby the positive and negative excursions of the envelope pattern are unequal, thus effecting a change in the power associated with the carrier.
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In April 2013, Qantas and Emirates started their five-year revenue and code-sharing partnership that saw the Australian carrier shift its London-bound hub from Asia to Dubai.
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The suspension lets the carrier shift locomotives to regions jammed with freight, primarily the Gulf Coast and West Coast.
91, as the carrier shifts its business to natural gas producers from coal shipments, which are dropping.
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