low-level modulation

low-level modulation

[′lō ‚lev·əl ‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
(electronics)
Modulation produced at a point in a system where the power level is low compared with the power level at the output of the system.
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For example, if the relay station or subscriber station is far away from the nearest base station the connection is guaranteed to it, but with low-level modulation, that is the maximum speed is slowing down.
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