A method user to impress information signals on a sine wave by varying
its strength according to patterns by the information signals.
The transmission of information by means of a continuously varying
A continuous frequency signal that is modulated by the patterns
produced by a separate information signal.
The smallest element of a computer code which given a numerical value
of either 1 or 0. A single electrical pulse in a group of pulses.
The transmission of an analog signal at its original frequency. The
direct transmission of unmodulated digital pulses over a comm. line.
A method of transmitting computer data one character at a time. The
length of time between character is variable.
A reduction in the strength of an electrical signal that occurs during
bps (bits per second)
The measurement of the rate at which digital information signals are
Any goup of bits that identifies a network node as a separate,
The range of frequencies of an electromagnetic energy form measured
from the lowest to the highest frequencies.
A transmission channel with a wide frequency range that is divided into
separate communication channels.
A common name for Binary Synchronous Communications Control, a half-
duplex communications line.