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  1. modulation

    • IPA[mɒdjʊˈleɪʃ(ə)n]
    • n.
      the exertion of a modifying or controlling influence on something;variation in the strength, tone, or pitch of one's voice
    • noun: modulation, plural noun: modulations

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    • 1. the exertion of a modifying or controlling influence on something:

      endorphins in the body are responsible for the modulation of pain sensation

    • 2. variation in the strength, tone, or pitch of one's voice:

      excellent voice modulation

    • 3. alteration of the amplitude or frequency of an electromagnetic wave or other oscillation in accordance with the variations of a second signal:

      modulation of the ray amplitude will result in sound being heard

      researchers observed the modulation of electrical conductance

    • 4. a change from one key to another in a piece of music:

      their bold approach to harmony and modulation

      there is a beautiful modulation from B flat to G major

    • 5. the process of changing from one form or condition into another:

      the modulation from an oral to a written technology in ancient Greek civilization

      great modulations of tempo

    • n. variation of the phase of a radio or other wave as a means of carrying information such as an audio signal.

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    • n. the modulation of a radio or other wave by variation of its frequency, especially to carry an audio signal.

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    • n. a type of modulation in which pulses are varied in some respect, such as width or amplitude, to represent the amplitude of a signal.

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    • n. variation of the phase of a radio or other wave as a means of carrying information such as an audio signal.

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    • n. a type of modulation in which pulses are varied in some respect, such as width or amplitude, to represent the amplitude of a signal.

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    • n. the modulation of a wave by varying its amplitude, used especially as a means of broadcasting an audio signal by combining it with a radio carrier wave.

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    • n. the modulation of a radio or other wave by variation of its frequency, especially to carry an audio signal.

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    • n. the modulation of a wave by varying its amplitude, used chiefly as a means of radio broadcasting, in which an audio signal is combined with a carrier wave.

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    • IPA[ˌmäjəˈlāSHən]
    • n.
      the exertion of a modifying or controlling influence on something:
    • endorphins in the body are responsible for the modulation of pain sensation

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