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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To extract (information) from a modulated carrier wave.

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  • verb To reverse modulate, undo the effects of modulation.

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  • verb extract information from a modulated carrier wave

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  • Other techniques are Low Density Parity Check for much more efficient error-correction coding, and Maximum Likelihood equalization algorithms to demodulate the received signal with much greater accuracy than other methods.

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  • It was originally intended to modulate the data signals for the voice network on the one side and demodulate the data signals at the other side.

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  • It was originally intended to modulate the data signals for the voice network on the one side and demodulate the data signals at the other side.

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  • It was originally intended to modulate the data signals for the voice network on the one side and demodulate the data signals at the other side.

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  • GNU Radio is a free-software Software Defined Radio project, wherein an oatmeal PC and some commodity radio hardware are combined to make a device that can tune and demodulate a wide range of signals, from 802. 11b to FM radio to cellular; in other words, it's a recipe for turning your computer into a universal radio.

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  • It comes from modulate, demodulate and refers to a device that allows a computer to link by phone line to a central database.

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  • It comes from modulate, demodulate and refers to a device that allows a computer to link by phone line to a central database.

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  • This contains nearly all the facilities to modulate and demodulate the tones associated with the popular speed services, both in the CCITT and Bell standards.

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  • At the receiver it is necessary to demodulate the energy changes, in order to get the message.

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