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delta modulation[′del·tə ‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
A pulse-modulation technique in which a continuous signal is converted into a binary pulse pattern, for transmission through low-quality channels.
delta modulationA technique that is used to sample voice waves and convert them into digital code. Delta modulation typically samples the wave 32,000 times per second, but generates only one bit per sample. See PCM.
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Instead of conventional pulse width modulation, Class-T employs multiple signal processing techniques, including adaptive/predicative processing, noise shaping, pre-distortion and sigma delta modulation
Instead of conventional pulse width modulation, Class-TTM employs multiple signal processing techniques, including adaptive/predicative processing, noise shaping, pre- distortion and sigma delta modulation
The prior patent discloses an isolation system whereby a digital signal is transmitted and received across a capacitive isolation barrier which includes the use of sigma delta modulation