What Is a Modulator?


A modulator is a substance that regulates or changes the activity of another. In telecommunications it is a device that imposes a signal on a carrier. It is mostly in use in audio and video devices and the choice of modulators depends on the individual's aim of installing it. Some can be driven over a range of frequencies while operate at a single customer-specified frequency.
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The objective of modulation is to transmit information through some communication medium, such as a telephone line or cable, with a fixed minimum and maximum frequency. A message
sending data between two electronic or networking devices by using modem or other devices, using data forms (a typical data form ,means set of frequences) send a modem or other devices
Modulation: the process of transforming digital information (1's an 0's) into analog (perceived as sound) signals. In the case of modems, capable of being transmitted over telephone
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a person or thing that modulates.
Telecommunications. a device for modulating a carrier wave.
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