American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Modulation of the frequencies of electromagnetic waves occurring when the waves interact as they are transmitted through a nonlinear electronic system.
- inter- + modulation (Wiktionary)
“Most any acoustic suspension speaker system introduces FM distortion a form of intermodulation distortion that is measurable, and most importantly audible, at least to those whose ears are sufficiently trained.”
“Sennheiser's new low intermodulation mode provides roughly 30 percent more simultaneous channels in a given frequency band and works by increasing the linearity of the amplifier's”
“The new upgrade provides expanded switching bandwidth of up to 184MHz and adds a new low intermodulation mode, which increases the number of usable channels in crowded”
“The speaker is also not affected by intermodulation distortion as are most when introducing multiple bass drivers.”
“This provides both corrosion resistance and low intermodulation distortion (IMD) characteristics.”
“Since 1996, Summitek has set the standard for passive intermodulation (PIM) testing equipment.”
“Summitek Instruments, the industry's leading provider of passive intermodulation (PIM) testing solutions, have announced that TESSCO is now an authorized distributor of Summitek's portable PIM Analyzer products.”
“In 1973, Dr. Otala presented to the Audio Engineering Society a paper in which he described a distortion mechanism called transient intermodulation, or TIM, and which had otherwise gone undetected, apparently because the standard measurements of the day relied overmuch on steady-state test tones (footnote 2).”
“This improves the intermodulation level, for example IMP3 better than - 125dBm for 7/16 receptacles, and is said to result in better stability than previous connector technology.”
“Any non-linearity from components in test and measurement equipment can also cause intermodulation distortion (IMD), which can inhibit the equipment's ability to provide accurate measurements.”
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