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modulate

(mŏj′ə-lāt′)
v. modu·lated, modu·lating, modu·lates
v.tr.
1. To regulate or adjust to a certain degree: physiological mechanisms that modulate the body's metabolic rate.
2. Biochemistry To act on (a receptor, for example) as an activator, an inhibitor, or both.

mod′u·la·bil′i·ty n.
mod′u·la′tive, mod′u·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē) adj.
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ML function for modulation classification is generally assisted with Bayesian framework.
However, the concept of modulation needs to be further complicated, in order to fully understand its relations to control societies.
Power analysis for different modulations and forward error correction (FEC) codes is depicted in Figure 4.
Glavieux, "Performance of block turbo coded 16-QAM and 64-QAM modulations", IEEE GLOBECOM '95, vol.
When VAM is applied for damage detection, damage indices are defined relating the size of the damage to the intensity of modulation. These indices rely on the amplitude of the carrier frequency at the sidebands.
Mendel, "Maximum-likelihood classification for digital amplitude-phase modulations," IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol.
If [M'.sub.d] is designed as the number of data symbols of a data vector component and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], then the total number of data symbols [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] The modulation impulse is:
In our experiments, six DRFP jammings with different modulations are tested.
The increasing demand for very high-speed data rates through optical transmission systems is not workable by the baseband modulation techniques and deployment of new hardware devices would be either technically unfeasible or costs will be disadvantageously.
Our issue in a combined system solution is offered as a part of common transmission system development, during the transition from traditional use of NRZ--OOK modulation format to alternative modulation formats, such as NRZ--DPSK and 2--POLSK.
Based on the SOI PIN electro-optic modulation structure, a micro-nano Si/SiGe/Si double heterojunction electro-optic modulation structure is presented, which is abbreviated as Silicon/Silicon Germanium/Silicon-On-Insulator (Si/SiGe/ Si-OI) structure, as shown in Figure 1.
To achieve a quantitative analysis, Feichtinger introduced a class of Banach spaces, called the modulation spaces, which measure concentration in terms of a weighted mixed norm on the short-time Fourier transform [8], [11].