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ASK

(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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If anyone teases you or comments on your not-so-successful attempt at asking out your crush, a simple, "Why do you care about my personal life?
At these televised briefings there was an atmosphere among the reporters that you would be considered unpatriotic or un-American if you were asking any tough questions.
It's truly amazing how creative supervisors can get when asking questions," says Mitchell.
Kathleen encouraged them to share different ways of seeing the dots by asking questions such as, "How many did you see, and how were they arranged?
The appellate court found that comments made by the officers during the course of asking for consent to search the house constituted unlawful threats.
Asking questions is the most effective audit technique of all.
In reply, the Pope said, "We are deeply saddened by the behaviour of those who in the course of history have caused your people to suffer, and asking your forgiveness we wish to commit ourselves to genuine brotherhood.
cynthia puts an arm around Loretta, asking, "Can I have some of your candy?
By the way, it's good to remember, for very human folks like me, that, while Abraham complied with God's request, according to the story, without ever even asking why, Jesus himself was human enough to pray in the garden, "Let this pass, Father, if possible.
Julie introduced the lesson by asking the class what an auction was and then explained that the purpose of an estate auction was to sell off the property belonging to a person at the time of their death in order to pay off their outstanding debts.
Since, as Donaldson suggests, the questions put to the president serve as a gauge for what the hot national stories are, the narrowness of their range is horrifying-even more so when you consider that the people asking them are among the best in the business.