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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'A health care worker can be monitoring dozens of patients, and the presence or absence of the Ebola trigger will automatically relay a binary signal,' Soenksen says.
where [e.sub.E1-B](t) and [e.sub.E1-C](t) are the binary signal component of data and pilot at the code frequency [f.sub.c](= 1/[T.sub.c]).
To solve this problem, a DFF register is proposed to allow a synchronous binary signal using four flip-flops of type latch.
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 optimal filtering technique [2, 3] can be applied to find an optimal code q = { [q.sub.K]} for a transmitted binary signal, s s = {[s.sub.M]}.
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.