carrier signal

carrier signal

(communications)
A continuous signal of a single frequency capable of being modulated by a second, data-carrying signal. In radio communication, the two common kinds of modulation are amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.
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Both devices had different causes of malfunctions - while unstable GPS connection and overheating was the leading cause of iPhone malfunction, Android devices faced malfunctions either due to weak carrier signal or camera malfunctions.
This is achieved by superposing a modulated high-frequency carrier signal onto a powerline, which is then decoupled and demodulated at the receiving end.
The AM radio signal is generated by varying the amplitude of the carrier signal in accordance with the audio signal a(t), as shown in Fig.
The explosion of social media (another secret to success) coupled with the propensity for attendees and presenters alike to uses multiple devices and platforms during meetings of all kinds h as resulted in the need for greater WiFi bandwidth and carrier signal capacity.
For information transmission, a phase modification of carrier signal is used.
As a receiver, we need to translate the analog signal to a data value, demodulate the signal to remove the carrier signal, and decode the data by protocol.
Traditional PWM inverters generate a PWM wave by comparing a reference signal to a carrier signal.
c] - amplitude of carrier signal, m - number of levels of output voltage)
During three flybys of Enceladus, between April 2010 and May 2012, the scientists collected extremely precise measurements of Cassini's trajectory by tracking the spacecraft's microwave carrier signal with NASA's Deep Space Network.
However, the take-off and landing of J-15 fighter planes from the refurbished carrier signal that Beijing is taking steady strides towards delivering airpower from sea.

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