A Very Pretty & Well-Composed .GIF Showing the Effect of a Signal on a Carrier Through Amplitude Modulation & Frequency Modulation


A Very Pretty & Well-Composed .GIF Showing the Effect of a Signal on a Carrier Through Amplitude Modulation & Frequency Modulation


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  1. Found on a post @ __Quora__-contraption.

    #####https://www.quora.com/Whats-the-difference-between-amplitude-modulation-and-phase-modulation
    #####
    The cycle’s not allthat long! … which you realise when you look at it carefully; but it _does loop seamlessly_ … which is excellent: I hate that harsh ‘jumping’ that poorly-composed .GIFs alltoo-often have.

  2. Watching old Star Trek DS9, just combine a couple of those and, a random piece of hardware and a space term and you’ve got Miles O’Brian dialog.

    I’ll try modulating the aplitude of the warp relay.

  3. Thank you to everyone helping explaining this to me ive always been fascinated by physics Yet found myself stumped thinking when it came to modulation(i believe that’s what its called). It was completely different then physics xD idk why but basically theirs two radio modulation am or fm . that’s it . being unable to add more like bm .cm .ect. Or that it cant do both ? Or can you and I should shut up n look into it more before I talk about what i don’t know 😆 yet the word frequency keeps being brought to my attention no matter in what form. It’s “freq”ing amazing lol

  4. How can you “decode” FM?

    Radio stations are emitting at a certain frequency (example 97.7 FM) but in the gif shown, the frequency does not stay the same. So how does radios catch this signal?

  5. Let’s say I tune into 95.5 Fm on the radio. Does my radio have to be at a certain Amplification to receive proper FM radio? Are there different kinds of 95.5 Fm’s that depend on amplitude?
    Or vise versa

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