carrier wave

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carrier wave,

n the medium through which signals and energy are delivered from one body to another.
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For example, approximately 26% of familial dysautonomia carriers in the study did not report Jewish ancestry There also were multiple instances in the study of carrier frequencies being higher than expected for particular populations.
Our previous findings indicated that the intensity windows may not coincide for various carrier frequencies (Belyaev et al.
Without exception, all diseases for which PBCS has been recommended or is generally accepted are autosomal recessive diseases with carrier frequencies in their target populations of >1:50.
The difference in the carrier frequencies between the overall and "Not Provided" groups were tested with a nonadjusted [chi square] statistic.
These assays also led to the recognition of increased TSD carrier frequencies among Franco-Americans living in New England (8, 9), Iraqi Jews (10), and Irish Americans (11).
The ST7540 is a half duplex Binary-FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) transceiver designed for two-way network communication over power lines, with eight selectable carrier frequencies, covering CENELEC bands A, B and C, and 4 programmable baud rates from 600 to 4800 bps.
Both technologies are types of UMTS carrier aggregation for combining multiple mobile broadband carrier frequencies (in some cases from multiple spectrum bands) to increase overall data speeds and signal quality.
TSOP36xxx receiver modules are capable of operating with short-burst (equal to or more than 6 cycles/burst) transmission codes and data rates up to 4000 bit/s with seven standard carrier frequencies from 30 kHz up to 56 kHz.
A2] carrier frequencies, 29% vs 29%, for 187 Danish centenarians and 201 healthy Danish blood donors, respectively.
Programmable carrier frequencies in the CENELEC A to D bands and the ability to operate on both AC voltage, at either 50 hertz (Hz) or 60 Hz, and DC voltage enhance the range of applications for which the NCN49597 can be utilized.
Carrier aggregation technology combines two or more carrier frequencies in the same or different bands into one channel, increasing peak transmission speeds.