signal wave

signal wave

[′sig·nəl ‚wāv]
(communications)
A wave whose characteristics permit some intelligence, message, or effect to be conveyed. Also known as signal.
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Anytime paddles did not think the approach should continue, he would signal wave off.
Multi channel reverse afferentation from achieved results may be represented as a signal wave (Figure 4).
By offering more measurement choices, more powerful ways to analyze and more viewing capabilities, the WaveMaster 8500 scope provides a higher level of insight into signal wave shapes than previously possible, with any type of test instrument.
To do this, OKI developed an all-optical 3R Regenerator, which uses a specialized optical-repeater technology with functions for re-amplification, re-shaping to remove optical signal wave distortion, and re-timing to avoid timing jitter accumulation.
The company specializes in the utilization of sound and signal waves to reduce noise, improve signal-to-noise ratio and enhance sound quality.
Signal waves are taken as samples, which are then superimposed and displayed.
Having historically specialized in the utilization of sound and signal waves to electronically reduce noise, improve signal-to-noise ratio and enhance sound quality, the Company of today is applying its technological innovations to the areas of media, through its Distributed Media subsidiary, and communications, with a specific concentration on IP telephony applications.
This leads to a reduction in the distortion of signal waves, ringing, and noise.
NCTI's strong technology base of using sound and signal waves to electronically reduce noise, improve signal-to-noise ratio and enhance sound quality drives leading edge technological innovations.
The Company's applications utilize sound and signal waves to electronically reduce or eliminate noise, improve signal-to-noise ratio and enhance sound quality.

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