time modulation

time modulation

[′tīm ‚mäj·ə‚lā·shən]
(communications)
Modulation in which the time of occurrence of a definite portion of a waveform is varied in accordance with a modulating signal.
References in periodicals archive ?
All these distinct advantages in 4D arrays are based on the exploitation and utilization of the sideband signals caused by time modulation.
The time modulation in 4D arrays can bring on equivalent amplitude excitations at the center frequency, and both amplitude and phase excitations at the sideband frequencies in a time-average sense.
It is known that the SLL of a conventional uniformly excited planar array without time modulation is about -16 dB.
Moreno, "Application of time modulation in the synthesis of sum and difference patterns by using linear arrays," Microw.
mWSaver technology can integrate these five patented technologies: off time modulation, internal JFET HV start-up, feedback impedance switch, HV discharge, and PSR constant current control; as well as burst mode operation and low operation current techniques.
Devices in the mWSaver series integrate five patented technologies: off time modulation, JFET HV start-up and circuit, feedback impedance switch, HV discharge, and PSR control to drop out voltage; as well as burst mode operation and low operation current techniques.
6,140,874; and Feedforward Compensation Using Phase and Time Modulation, No.
The HomePNA networking standard uses Time Modulation Line Coding to create a 1 Mbit/second Ethernet LAN over phone lines already in the home.
The Fine-ART technology employs dot manipulation through laser time modulation.