modulation rise

modulation rise

[‚mäj·ə′lā·shən ‚rīz]
(electronics)
Increase of the modulation percentage caused by nonlinearity of any tuned amplifier, usually the last intermediate-frequency stage of a receiver.
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By replacing the pulse modulator in the 2026A, IFR has increased the speed of the pulse modulation rise and fall time to meet the measurement needs of radar, antenna and electronic countermeasures (ECM) applications.
Dai Davies added: "Farmers must be able to recover modulated SFP funds, as the level of modulation rises.
Mr Davies was "heartened" that the EC wants compulsory modulation rises to be matched by a reduction in voluntary modulation.