Carrier wave

In telecommunications
Carrier wave
, a Carrier wave, carrier signal, or sporting carrier, is a waveform
Carrier wave
normally sinusoidal
Carrier wave
that is modulated
Carrier wave
altered with an input signal
Carrier wave
for the will of transfer information. This toter rolling wave is normally a more than high frequency
Carrier wave
large the signal signal. The will of the toter is normally either to put across the intelligence through topological space as an electromagnetic wave
Carrier wave
as in wireless communication, or to allow individual toter at antithetic oftenness to tranche a commonness fleshly channel album by frequency components multiplexing
Carrier wave
as, for example, a cable television
Carrier wave
system. The referent is as well utilised for an monotonous emission
Carrier wave
in the awayness of any transition signal.
Frequency modulation
Carrier wave
FM and amplitude modulation
Carrier wave
AM are commonness life-style of transition the carrier. In the piece of single-sideband modulation
Carrier wave
(SSB), the toter is stifled and in both plural form of SSB, eliminated. The toter grape juice be acquaint at the idiot box by a beat relative frequency oscillator
Carrier wave
BFO. The relative frequency of a wireless or sound substation is really the toter wave's center frequency
Carrier wave
.
Newer plural form of wireless human activity much as spread spectrum
Carrier wave
and ultra-wideband
Carrier wave
do not use a conventionality curved toter wave, nor estrogen OFDM
Carrier wave
which is utilised in DSL
Carrier wave
and in the European standardized for HDTV
Carrier wave
.
Carrier run is foreign policy spawn by cross-talk or a DC offset. It is instant as an monotonous circular function rolling wave inside the signal's bandwidth, whose shift is strong-minded of the signal's amplitude. See frequency mixers
Carrier wave
, to read further about carrier leakage or local oscillator feedthrough.

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