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FSK

abbreviation for forskolin.
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For coherent frequency shift keying modulation is characteristic that, each 1 or 0 bites have equal phase ratio to referential phase.
1/2] leading to proportional frequency shifts of the crystal, which can be derived from the pioneering theory model (equation) for a QCM in contact with liquid (21-22).
The frequency shifts ([Delta][Upsilon]) between the free and self-associated silanol bands as a function of copolymer composition are shown in Fig.
The Stroker 785L can identify substances by optically probing the inherent molecular vibrational fingerprints through measurement of the laser-induced amplitude and frequency shift of the scattered light.
A number of lines in the radio spectrum of this molecule would exhibit a significant frequency shift if the proton-to-electron mass ratio changed, while other lines would not be affected by this shift.
Footnote ASK = Amplitude Shift Keying CLK = Clock FSK = Frequency Shift Keying PLL = Phase Locked Loop RKE = Remote Keyless Entry SPI = Serial Parallel Interface TPMS = Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
This sensitivity could be observed both at the natural frequency shift, and at the maximum values on these frequencies.
In Section 2 a model referring observed frequency shift of Pioneer spacecraft signals to purely relativistic reasons is regarded; some quantitative assessments are made as well as conclusions on ability of the model to explain the anomaly.
It obtained a comparable frequency shift to chips immobilized with monoclonal antibodies (20-22).
This process is repeated until no frequency shift occurs (indicating no additional benefit) to determine the length of processing required.
This process is basically independent of the modulation content of the desired carrier; analog amplitude modulated (AM), frequency modulated (FM), digital frequency shift keying (FSK) or quadrature phase shift keying (QPSK).

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