percent modulation

percent modulation

[pər′sent ‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
(communications)
The modulation factor expressed as a percentage. Also known as percentage modulation.
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For our first experiment, we decided on a straightforward comparison of three flicker frequencies: 0 Hz (DC), 100 Hz and 500 Hz, all with a square wave, 100 percent modulation, and a 50 percent duty cycle (Figure 1).
One major benefit of solid state street lights is that in the wee hours of the morning, the lights can be dimmed to 50 percent modulation, delivering significant power savings.
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This was related to the 100 percent modulation depth and frequency of the dimming driver's pulse-width modulation output, but there are no published metrics to help the specifier identify in advance whether a product will exhibit flicker.
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