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mod·u·la·tor

 (mŏj′ə-lā′tər)
n.
1. A device used to modulate an electromagnetic wave.
2. A substance that modulates the activity of a molecule or a biochemical pathway, especially a receptor modulator.
Translations

modulator

n modulador m; immune — inmunomodulador m; selective estrogen receptor — modulador selectivo de los receptores estrogénicos
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FOC has successfully commercialized the worlds first Dual Carrier LN Modulator supporting 200G DP-QPSK and 400G DP-xQAM modulation formats for beyond 100G optical networks.
Analog Devices has introduced the industry's highest accuracy isolated sigma-delta modulator for precision current and voltage measurement in DC/AC power conversion applications.
This means a thermal control mechanism has been required to ensure that the operating wavelengths of both the light source and optical modulator consistently match.
Further, the TFPS proprietary modulators allows low drive voltage in the smallest form factor that will reduce power consumption by over 20%, the small form factor enable smaller 300pin optical transponders, have a simpler manufacturing process, larger bandwidth, resides on the same silicon chip as the silicon based drivers, offering an integration platform and the technology permits the integration of the modulator, laser and driver in a small footprint module as well.
Available in yellow, red, silver and black, the Xtreme FM MP3 Car Modulator plays MP3 and WMA files through any FM receiver, including the car and home stereo system.
The optical modulator boasts a signal speed of over 100Gb/s DQPSK.
The EXP-series mixers used in the design are Schottky-based double-balanced mixers that provide excellent harmonic suppression and port isolation, two key parameters for the modulator.
The modulator's switching speed is fast enough to generate more than a billion data bits per second, which is 50 times fast as any previous silicon-based modulator.
first spatial light modulator having an associated updating frame-rate in the path of the light source;
This modulator addresses the needs of TETRA base station and handset designers, and is a strong addition to RFMD's family of high-performance modulators," said MaryBeth Healy, marketing manager for digital cellular products at RFMD.
The low drive voltage reduces power consumption by more than 20% compared to competing modulator technologies, while the small form factor enables smaller 300pin optical transponders.