binary signal

binary signal

[′bīn·ə·rē ′sig·nəl]
(electronics)
A voltage or current which carries information by varying between two possible values, corresponding to 0 and 1 in the binary system.
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Row or column in the frame is modulated by Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) and the input must be a discrete-time binary signal.
The binary signal or boolean signal exists widely, such as the computer system and boolean objects in microscopic imaging systems.
The binary signal from this generator is used as an input excitation for the complex impedance [?
The output of the EEWS is a binary signal reporting the absence or presence of a precursor of the strong ground motion associated with the S-waves.
The polled output is first converted to its digital form by the on-chip A/D converter and then processed with the translation algorithm in order to generate a binary signal which indicates the presence of fumes with the higher level on it.
Among the topics are elements of the Binary Signal Detection Theory, a cortical map of auditory evoked potentials, computing dendrite as a part of an entire neuronal network, and dynamics of neuronal activity.
This can be converted into an AC current and then into a binary signal that can be used by a computer.
This FSK binary signal can be detected with two properly tuned filters.
The resulting binary signal is passed to the decoder where durations of each pulse and pause are calculated and packets of green, yellow and red signals are generated accordingly.
To realize MSK as CPM, the baseband binary signal must be integrated before phase modulation.