modulation

modulation
модуляция
- absorption modulation
- acousto-optic modulation
- adaptive delta modulation
- amplitude modulation
- amplitude-frequency modulation
- amplitude-phase modulation
- analog voice modulation
- angle modulation
- anode modulation
- anode-pulse modulation
- anode-shield modulation
- asymmetrical amplitude modulation
- audio-frequency shift modulation
- balanced modulation
- balanced-amplitude modulation
- base modulation
- baseband modulation
- binary frequency modulation
- binary modulation
- biphase modulation
- cathode modulation
- chroma modulation
- chrominance modulation
- clipped speech modulation
- coded modulation
- coherent modulation
- collector modulation
- collectorless modulation
- combined modulation
- companded amplitude modulation
- conditioned-diphase modulation
- constant-current modulation
- continuous-wave modulation
- controlled-carrier modulation
- cross modulation
- delta modulation
- delta-sigma modulation
- density modulation
- differential modulation
- digital-amplitude modulation
- digital-carrier modulation
- digital-frequency modulation
- digital-phase modulation
- digital-phased modulation
- direct modulation
- direct-sequence modulation
- discrete-difference modulation
- double-side modulation
- double-sideband modulation
- downward modulation
- DSBSC modulation
- dual modulation
- effective-percentage modulation
- electrical modulation
- excited modulation
- F1B modulation
- F2B modulation
- fixed-reference modulation
- floating-carrier modulation
- fork modulation
- four-phase modulation
- frequency modulation
- frequency-shift modulation
- full modulation
- grid modulation
- group modulation
- H3E modulation
- hierarchical modulation
- high-level modulation
- incidental modulation
- incremental-phase modulation
- independent-sideband modulation
- indirect frequency modulation
- intensity modulation
- isochronous modulation
- J3K modulation
- key modulation
- lambda-delta modulation
- light modulation
- lincompex modulation
- linear-frequency modulation
- low-level modulation
- luminance-chrominance modulation
- mechanically-induced modulation
- multicarrier modulation
- multistep modulation
- N-ary pulse-code modulation
- negative modulation
- noise modulation
- noncoherent modulation
- n-VSB modulation
- optical-source modulation
- oversampled delta modulation
- PCM modulation
- percent modulation
- percentage modulation
- permutation modulation
- phase modulation
- phase-reversal modulation
- phase-subtracting modulation
- plate modulation
- plate-pulse modulation
- polar modulation
- polarizing modulation
- position modulation
- positive modulation
- preemphasized-speech modulation
- pulse-amplitude modulation
- pulse-code modulation
- pulse-density modulation
- pulse-duration modulation
- pulse-frequency modulation
- pulse-interval modulation
- pulse-length modulation
- pulse-numbers modulation
- pulse-phase modulation
- pulse-position modulation
- pulse-rate modulation
- pulse-spacing modulation
- pulse-time modulation
- pulse-width modulation
- quadrature-amplitude modulation
- quantization-frequency modulation
- quantization-pulse modulation
- R3A modulation
- series modulation
- single sideband modulation
- single-band modulation
- sinusoidal angular modulation
- space modulation
- spurious modulation
- start-stop modulation
- suppressed-carrier modulation
- symmetrical modulation
- synphased modulation
- time frequency-pulse modulation
- time phase-pulse modulation
- time-pulse modulation
- tone modulation
- transmission modulation
- trapezoidal modulation
- two-position phase modulation
- two-tone modulation
- unprocessed-speech modulation
- upward modulation
- USB modulation
- variable-amplitude modulation
- vestigial-sideband modulation
- voice modulation
- Z-axis modulation
- zig-zag modulation

English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications and their abbreviations. . 2004.

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  • modulation — [ mɔdylasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1495, rare av. 1626; lat. modulatio 1 ♦ Chacun des changements de ton, d accent, d intensité, de hauteur dans l émission d un son (⇒ inflexion). Les modulations du chant de l oiseau. ♢ Action ou façon de moduler. « Cette… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Modulation — Mod u*la tion, n. [L. modulatio: cf. F. modulation.] 1. The act of modulating, or the state of being modulated; as, the modulation of the voice. [1913 Webster] 2. Sound modulated; melody. [R.] Thomson. [1913 Webster] 3. (Mus.) A change of key,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • modulation — (n.) late 14c., act of singing or making music, from O.Fr. modulation act of making music (14c.), or directly from L. modulationem (nom. modulatio) rhythmical measure, singing and playing, melody, noun of action from pp. stem of modulari regulate …   Etymology dictionary

  • modulation — Modulation. s. f. Chant qui varie d un son à autre, suivant certaines notes ou consonances agreables à l oreille. La modulation de cette basse est fort belle …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • modulation — modulation. См. модуляция. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …   Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • Modulation — (v. lat.), der dem Ohre wohlgefällige Übergang aus einer Tonart in eine andere. Man wendet sie an, um theils durch Mannigfaltigkeit den Reiz der Harmonie zu erhöhen, theils um den Hauptgedanken eines Tonstücks (Thema) nicht so oft in seiner… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Modulation — (lat.), in der Musik der Übergang aus einer Tonart in die andre, modern ausgedrückt: Wechsel der Tonalität (s. d.), das Übergehen der Bedeutung des Hauptklanges (Tonika) auf einen andern Klang, also überhaupt der Wechsel der Funktionen der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Modulation — (lat.), der Übergang von einer Tonart zur andern, der stets durch der Ausgangstonart fremde, d.h. nicht leitereigene Elemente bewirkt wird, dann auch der Tonwechsel in der Melodie und Harmonie; modulieren, aus einer Tonart in die andere… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Modulation — Modulation, die Abwechselung der Töne in einer Melodie; insbesonders der Uebergang aus einer Tonart in die andere, die Abweichung …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • modulation — index inflection, remission Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Modulation — Modulation,die:⇨Abänderung …   Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

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