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demodulate

[dē′mäj·ə‚lāt]
(communications)
To recover the modulating wave from a modulated carrier. Also known as decode; detect.

demodulate

demodulate

To isolate a data signal from a carrier wave. The demodulation circuit uses the unmodulated carrier as a reference signal and compares it to the received signal. See modulation and carrier.
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Each of these signals carries identical information and is demodulated with the full aggregate payload.
Patent and Trademark Office covering 19 different claims, is for the conversion of radio frequency (RF) signals directly into high-speed digital data (R/D) streams, which are then sorted and demodulated with digital signal processing.
In the forward path, optical data traffic is received, converted to baseband digital signals, processed, modulated to a forward path carrier frequency, amplified, and distributed via coax cable to subscribers; in the reverse path, multiple RF signals from subscribers are tuned, demodulated to recover subscriber data traffic, time-division multiplexed, and converted to an optical signal for transport to the headend.
True Software Radio allows for the conversion of radio frequency (RF) signals directly into high-speed digital data (R/D) streams, which are then sorted and demodulated with digital signal processing.
The PixStream VDS5000 and the PixStream VDS2000 enterprise video networking system (introduced earlier this month) allow multiple channels to be demodulated, descrambled, multiplexed, remultiplexed, decoded, encoded and adapted from a variety of broadcast audio and video inputs to a number of telecommunication network outputs.
This patent, which covers 19 different claims that have been allowed by the Patent Office, is for the conversion of radio frequency (RF) signals directly into high-speed digital data (R/D) streams, which are then sorted and demodulated with digital signal processing.
Panfilov described TechnoConcepts' TSR technology that converts radio frequency (RF) signals directly into high-speed digital data (RF-to-D) streams, which can then be sorted and demodulated with digital signal processing.
There, the signals are being demodulated and decompressed (utilizing hardware from the Zenith-AT&T digital HDTV system) and displayed on a prototype Zenith 34W HDTV receiver.
The patent application covers the conversion of radio frequency (RF) signals directly into high-speed digital data (RF-to-D) streams, which are then sorted and demodulated with digital signal processing.
The digital base-band circuit post processes a demodulated binary signal to produce an optimally sampled data bit stream and clock signal that is synchronized with the incoming data, removing jitter concerns and maximizing demodulated data integrity.