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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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Maybe people will actually start asking and telling.
Maybe it is because I turned 50 several years ago that I started asking more frequently, "Just what is important?" either with respect to the day's proposed activities or in a situation that can seem difficult with a student.
This is best accomplished by asking general, ambiguous questions, such as "Could you tell me a little about that situation?" or "How would you suggest we deal with that?"
For decades, Thomas could be seen sitting in the front row during Presidential press conferences, often asking the first question.
The story of the merciful Samaritan is a good place to examine nearness, for it deals with asking the right question in order to understand faithfulness.