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 What Is QPSK Modulation?

Answer In telecommunications, quadraphase shift keying modulation refers to a technique for varying the phase of a carrier wave -- a wave of fixed amplitude and frequency -- by applying a digital signal, ... Read More »
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What does modulation mean in musical terms?

Modulation refers to shifting from one key signature to another in a piece of music. A modulation occurs either by the key shifting up or down. This effect is common in all types of western music, ... Read More »
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Type of Analog Modulation used for Sound in TV?

In standard analog NTSC (North American) TV, the aural carrier is placed 4.5 MHz above the vestigial visual carrier ... which I think corresponds to 0.75 MHz from the top edge of the RF channel b... Read More »
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Define Modulation transfer function in photography regarding resolution.?

Too complex a subject for this arena. Try the related link I posted instead.
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What does What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us mean?

It means that who we are and how we act, what we do, mean more then our past or our future. they were our decisions, smart or dumb, but they arent US. or, what we have done, or what we will do in t... Read More »
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