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Written & Performed for Little Giant Music. Tracks A & B2 sample: Vocal from James Brown - Godfather Running The Joint. Matrix, Runout (A side): FTRAX -20A.

In electronics and telecommunications, modulation is the process of varying one or more properties of a periodic waveform, called the carrier signal, with a modulating signal that typically contains information to be transmitted. Most radio systems in the 20th century used frequency modulation (FM) or amplitude modulation (AM) for radio broadcast. A modulator is a device that performs modulation

Amplitude modulation-which of course is the origin of the term AM radio -varies the amplitude of the carrier according to the instantaneous value of the baseband signal. The mathematical relationship for amplitude modulation is simple and intuitive: you multiply the carrier by the baseband signal. The frequency of the carrier itself is not altered, but the amplitude will vary constantly according to the baseband value. However, as we will see later, the amplitude variations introduce new frequency characteristics.

Amplitude modulation (AM) is a modulation technique used in electronic communication, most commonly for transmitting information via a radio carrier wave. In amplitude modulation, the amplitude (signal strength) of the carrier wave is varied in proportion to that of the message signal being transmitted. The message signal is, for example, a function of the sound to be reproduced by a loudspeaker, or the light intensity of pixels of a television screen.

Though less intuitive than amplitude modulation, frequency modulation is still a fairly straightforward method of wireless data transmission. We are all at least vaguely familiar with frequency modulation-it’s the origin of the term FM radio. If we think of frequency as something that has an instantaneous value, rather than as something that consists of several cycles divided by a corresponding period of time, we can continuously vary frequency in accordance with the instantaneous value of a baseband signal. In the first page of this chapter, we discussed the paradoxical quantity referred to as instantaneous frequency

Two important cases of angle modulation are Frequency Modulation (FM) and Phase modulation (PM). Our objective in this chapter is to make a detailed study of FM and PM. An important feature of FM and PM is that they can provide much better protection to the message against the channel noise as compared to the linear (amplitude) modulation schemes. Also, because of their constant amplitude nature, they can withstand nonlinear distortion and amplitude fading.

Common chord modulation is, in a word, subtle. This is a glaring contrast to the abrupt- (and sometimes cheesy-) sounding direct modulation that we explored in part 1. (No offense, direct modulation. Barry Manilow will always love yo. To give an analog. irect modulation is like jumping from the home key to the destination key. Common chord modulation is like stepping one foot into the destination key before the other. Common chord modulation is a great method of moving from one key to another, without drawing much attention.

Phase Modulation, and Frequency Modulation are both the modulation techniques analyzed in angle modulation. In this second experiment, we will examine the most common modulation scheme in daily life, namely, the Frequency Modulation, or FM. Please see the Fundamentals of Analog Communications section as discussed in the first experiment as a reference.

Analog I/Q Modulation, Time Domain View, Polar View, Frequency Domain View Digital I/Q Modulation, Phase Shift Keying, Constellations. Transmitter Output 0. x(t) y(t). Requires receiver local oscillator to be accurately aligned in phase and frequency to carrier sine wave. L Lecture 9 Fall 2006. 2. Impact of Phase Misalignment in Receiver Local Oscillator. I/Q signals take on a continuous range of values (as viewed in the time domain). Used for AM/FM radios, television (non-HDTV), and the first cell phones. Newer systems typically employ digital modulation instead.


Giant Suite - PFM FX
A Prologue - Domain LV 426
Modular Suite - FH Damage
B1 R+S³ (√[Bad Boy Acid])
B2 Tek-Bosca

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Little Giant Music
  • Copyright (c) – Little Giant Music
  • Made By – The Shake N' Bake Colony


  • Producer – Freshtrax*
  • Written-By, Performer, Producer, Mixed By – Modulation


Written & Performed for Little Giant Music.

Tracks A & B2 sample:
Vocal from James Brown - Godfather Running The Joint

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  • Matrix / Runout (A side): FTRAX -20A.
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): FTRAX -20B.

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