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data signal

A pulse or frequency of electricity or light that represents data as it travels over a network, a computer channel or wireless. Contrast with control signal. See signal and signaling.
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Take LTE as an example, in which data signal demodulation on Physical Downlink Shared Channel requires necessary control-plane information (e.g., modulation, coding scheme, scheduling indication) beared on Physical Downlink Control Channel.
Each lane consists of a unique DQS (strobe) signal, and the associated data signals. Lanes commonly consist of eight data bits.
In the downstream, the 10-Gbps RZ-DPSK data signal provides a BER of [10.sup.-9] at received power of -37 dBm, while in the upstream, the 10-Gbps RZ-OOK data signal provides a BER of [10.sup.-9] at a received power of -25 dBm.
"Our regenerator can clean noise from incoming data signals and should allow for systems of extended physical length and capacity.
The regenerator takes an incoming noisy data signal and restores its quality by reducing the build-up of phase noise and any amplitude noise.
* Built-in data signal processing to support V.92 analog data, V.44 data compression, 14.4 kbps fax and remote telephone answering machines without utilizing host processing power.
The company develops and delivers products for audio, video and data signal processing, encoding and multiplexing.
The data signal is amplified along the way through the use of repeaters to allow the signal to maintain satisfactory strength.
Reliability is further enhanced by 8b/10b decoding that embeds the clock in the data signal, alleviating signal/clock line timing skew.
They measure precisely the flow of each chemical into the vessel and output a data signal to a control unit, which then regulates the feed to between 0 and 500 kilos per hour.