American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Either of the two bands of frequencies, one just above and one just below a carrier frequency, that result from modulation of a carrier wave.
- side + band (Wiktionary)
“There is a pilot tone at 38.75 Khz that must be multiplied by 8, reinserted into the carrier, where it recovers the other sideband.”
“In the air the sideband voices of amateur radio operators is a fluttering electronic chorus.”
“The real link between your deck and Straylight is a sideband broadcast over Garvey's navigation system.”
“When you dock, the virus will be interfaced with the Straylight custodial system and we'll cut the sideband.”
“According to Bates, The Farm evolved a crazy-quilt economic structure, "tied together by homebrew computers, sideband radio and ham television, and by dovetailed holding corporations, subsidiaries, and business divisions.”
“I thought that guy was Benny Hill, and that he invented the stretch-sideband-revolving-whatsis.”
“PESCA: Well, their keyboard player, Franz, is in a sideband that plays, like, circus music.”
“Because that and the control characters make up the sideband packet size.”
“The secret to creating fake tag responses is to generate the two sideband frequencies, and use them to send back properly-encoded responses, that are synchronized with the RFID readerâs clock signal.”
“There were occasional squawks from the sideband radio channel that Duck Butt was using to contact Maultsby.”
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