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(in radio engineering), the frequencies of oscillations that appear along with the principal (carrier) frequency ω when the oscillations are modulated. They differ from the carrier frequency by a value that is either equal to or a multiple of the frequency of the modulating signal Ω. In the case of amplitude modulation or frequency modulation the side frequencies are symmetrically disposed on both sides of the carrier frequency.
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A carrier frequency plus or minus an audio frequency.
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