Pulse Amplitude Modulation?

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Pulse amplitude modulation is a form of signal modulation in which the message information is encoded in the amplitude of a series of signal pulses. It is used in Ethernet communication. There are two types: single polarity and double polarity.
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Main advantages of PAM are simple transmitter and receiver designs. PAM is used to carry information as well as to generate other pulse modulations.
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Pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) is the transmission of data by varying the amplitude s ( voltage or power levels) of the individual pulses in a regularly timed sequence of electrical
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Amplitude modulation or AM is a way of electronically communicating, usually transmitted with a radio carrier wave. If you have a radio, chances are you have an AM setting on it.
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