Signal

The process of conveying information through a firm's actions.
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Signal

The volume or product-level change produced by a leak in a tank.
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signal

[Noun] Something intended to give a warning or a message.
Example: Nowadays not many people use hand signals when driving.
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Signal

General term referring to a conveyor of information.
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signal

[adj] - notably out of the ordinary 2. [n] - an electric quantity (voltage or current or field strength) whose modulation represents coded information about the source from which it comes 3. [n] - any incitement to action 4. [n] - any communication that encodes a message
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Signal

1) In audio, an alternating current (or voltage) matching the waveform of, or being originally obtained from a sound pressure wave.
2) Also in audio, an alternating current (or voltage) between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz.
3) A digital audio bit stream.
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Signal

A Digital or Analogue voltage or current that passes between components. More casually, the pieces of track that join together 2 or more pins
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Signal

Electrical representation of input such as sound.
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Signal

An electrical transmittance (either input or output) that conveys information.
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signal

1) A net. 2) A net other than a power or ground net.
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Signal

: The signal is the audio or vide information sent down the wire.
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Signal

Sig'nal noun [ French, from Late Latin signale , from Latin signum . See Sign , noun ] 1. A sign made for the purpose of giving notice to a person of some occurence, command, or danger; also, a sign, event, or watchword, which has been agreed upon as...
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Signal

Sig'nal adjective [ From signal , noun : confer French signalĂ© .] 1. Noticeable; distinguished from what is ordinary; eminent; remarkable; memorable; as, a signal exploit; a signal service; a signal act of benevolence. « As signal now in low, ...
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Signal

Sig'nal transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Signaled or Signalled ; present participle & verbal noun Signaling or Signalling .] 1. To communicate by signals; as, to signal orders. 2. To notify by...
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signal

1. Noticeable; distinguished from what is ordinary; eminent; remarkable; memorable; as, a signal exploit; a signal service; a signal act of benevolence. 'As signal now in low, dejected state As erst in highest, behold him where he lies.' (Milton) ... 2. Of or pertaining to signals, or the use of signals in conveying information; as, a signal flag o...
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signal

adjective notably out of the ordinary; `the year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party`
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signal

signaling noun any communication that encodes a message; `signals from the boat suddenly stopped`
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signal

noun any incitement to action; `he awaited the signal to start`; `the victory was a signal for wild celebration`
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signal

noun an electric quantity (voltage or current or field strength) whose modulation represents coded information about the source from which it comes
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signal

verb communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs; `He signed his disapproval with a dismissive hand gesture`; `The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu`
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Signal

• (v. t.) To communicate by signals; as, to signal orders. • (a.) Of or pertaining to signals, or the use of signals in conveying information; as, a signal flag or officer. • (n.) A sign made for the purpose of giving notice to a person of some occurence, command, or danger; also, a sign, event, or watchword, which has been agreed up...
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signal

(from the article `communication`) A signal may be considered as an interruption in a field of constant energy transfer. An example is the dots and dashes that open and close the ... Radar can extract the Doppler frequency shift of the echo produced by a moving target by noting how much the frequency of the received signal differs ... ...
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Signal

To convey information through a firm`s actions. The more costly it is to provide a signal, the more credibility it has. For example, to call a press conference and tell everyone that the firm`s prospects have improved is less effective than saying the same thing and raising the dividend.
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Signal

The conveying of information through actions; a clue of things to come; a sign. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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SIGNAL

[KAT-TUN single] Articles containing information about unincorporated communities in Kent County, Michigan, USA. ...
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