ring modulator

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ring modulator

[′riŋ ′mäj·ə‚lād·ər]
(electronics)
A modulator in which four diode elements are connected in series to form a ring around which current flows readily in one direction; input and output connections are made to the four nodal points of the ring; used as a balanced modulator, demodulator, or phase detector.
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Through process and design optimizations, imec has improved the operating speed of the silicon based traveling-wave mach-zehnder modulators and ring modulators to reach 50Gb/s NRZ lane rates.
Helge found he was more interested in sounds than visual arts, and started working with samplers, synthesisers, ring modulators and just about any electronic equipment he could get his hands on,much of which was home-made.
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