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(Amplitude Shift Keying) A simple digital modulation technique that uses two voltage levels for 0 and 1. See amplitude modulation.


Amplitude Shift Keying
ASK is a simple technique that uses two voltage levels to represent 0 and 1.
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It's a big ask to go to a Premier League club and win but we'll give it our best shot.
It's still a big ask, but who'd have predicted this at the start of the year?
Big ask: The HomeServe team with chief executive Jonathan King (centre right) handing cheque to Noel Cramer, Marie Curie director.
"We would like to thank Paul Tilsley and Tyrone Fozoler for supporting our Big Ask action outside the Albert Hall, Nottingham this morning.
THE owner of a dog which ate a thong it found on a morning walk has urged people to try to keep their underwear on in public, adding: "It's not a big ask."
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AFTER defeat at West Ham, it will be a big ask to make top four.
That's a big ask and the title right now is for Hearts to lose.
Five wins from five a "big, big ask", writes STEVE BROWN.
Coach Ricky Sbragia said: "It's a big ask now - we also need Lithuania to beat favourites Iceland but they've lost their last two games."
Strap yourself in for the start of the Premier League rollercoaster ride 'Van Persie has scored in all nine of his Premier League away appearances of 2011 and is the man to back' Mark Langdon previews Newcastle v Arsenal, pages 150-151 'Bolton are the kind of team QPR would be targeting to take something off but on the opening day it's a big ask' Tony Cascarino, pages 148-149 'Liverpool will return to the top four, probably at Arsenal's expense.