carrier signal

carrier signal

(communications)
A continuous signal of a single frequency capable of being modulated by a second, data-carrying signal. In radio communication, the two common kinds of modulation are amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.
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It relies on altering certain aspect of a carrier signal (usually a sinusoidal signal) in response to the digital signal.
Once you have activated it, you will see two carriers on your control center, and on the home screen, you will see the carrier signal strength for both SIMs.
mapping, crowdsources data on carrier signal quality from consumers who have
The generated bits x(t) are then modulated with a carrier signal.
Firstly, the carrier generator unit in the reader generates a carrier signal, which is simultaneously coupled to the transponder through their inductor coils.
The GNSS carrier signal transmitted by satellites propagates in the form of electromagnetic wave with binary navigation data and pseudorandom noise (PRN) code modulated on it.
Xu, "Unambiguous acquisition technique for cosine-phased binary offset carrier signal," IEEE Communications Letters, vol.
When it comes to connecting, it's as if you're tuned into a screeching high-frequency carrier signal modulated from a distance by your actual personality.
Both devices had different causes of malfunctions - while unstable GPS connection and overheating was the leading cause of iPhone malfunction, Android devices faced malfunctions either due to weak carrier signal or camera malfunctions.
Fig (12) shows the waveform of the carrier signal and the modulated signal.
As in simple unipolar sine PWM technique, two sinusoidal modulating or reference signal Vref (t) & - [V.sub.ref] (t) and a very high frequency carrier signal [V.sub.t](t) (triangular wave) of frequency fs are used to generate the PWM signals.

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