modulator


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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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The Modulated Gene Regulation Analysis algorithm (MGERA) was designed to explore gene regulation pairs modulated by the modulator m.
In [4, 5], continuous time [DELTA][SIGMA] modulator (CT-DSM) is adopted for low power implementation.
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.
Broadband optical modulators; science, technology, and applications.
The most important influence on the resonance strength comes from the part of the n-doped GaAs layer locating under the gaps which locate between neighboring metallic cross arms in the original modulator or act as a part of the gap crosses in the complementary modulator.
*Based on application, the global electro-optic modulator market has been segmented into fiber optic sensors, space and defense, optical telecommunications, instruments and industrial systems.
The "Higher Baud Rate Coherent Driver Modulator" project will define a new version of the Coherent Driver Modulator supporting at least 96 Gbaud for the low modem implementation penalty segment of the coherent market for single optical carrier line rates beyond 400 Gbit/s.
The modulator also has an RF input that can be connected to a backup transponder, which can then be routed to the main output in case of a hardware failure on the main transponder.
"We are delighted that our acousto-optic modulator was selected by NASA for this important mission," said Dr.
T-WAVE will assess the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of the T-type calcium channel modulator CX-8998 in drug-resistant absence seizures in adolescents and young adults with generalized epileptic syndromes.
By the letters F, G in the lower indices the affiliation of the coordinates (of currents, voltages, etc.) to the modulator machines and ASG are indicated, and by the letters S, R in the lower indices i the affiliation of the coordinates to stator and rotor of electric machines are indicated, respectively.