Chirp

Linear Frequency Modulation

Chirp

== Generation of a chirp signal == A chirp signal can be generated with analog circuitry via a VCO, and a linearly or exponentially ramping control voltage. It can also be generated digitally by a DSP and DAC, using a Direct digital synthesizer (DDS) and by varying the step in the numerically controlled oscillator. It can also be generated by a YI...
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Chirp

• (n.) A short, sharp note, as of a bird or insect. • (v. i.) To make a shop, sharp, cheerful, as of small birds or crickets.
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chirp

(from the article `materials science`) ...rates of transmission are increased from millions of bits (megabits) per second to billions of bits (gigabits) per second, commercially available ...
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chirp

verb sing in modulation
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chirp

noun a sharp sound made by small birds or insects
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Chirp

[magazine] Chirp Magazine is a popular Canadian children’s magazine founded in 1997. Aimed at those between the ages of 3 and 6, it is published 10 times per year. Chirp is the youngest member in a family of magazines that includes OWL and chickaDEE. Regular features include crafts, jokes, puzzles, fiction, and the comics `The Vole Brothe...
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Chirp

[scratch] A chirp is scratch, a term used by turntablists. It involves the use of record hand movement and the cross-fader. ==Technique== The scratch is somewhat difficult to perform because it takes a good amount of coordination. The scratch starts out with the cross-fader open. The DJ then moves the record forward while simultaneously clo...
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Chirp

Chirp intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chirped ; present participle & verbal noun Chirping .] [ Of imitative orgin. Confer Chirk , Chipper , Cheep , Chirm , Chirrup .] To make a shop, s...
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Chirp

Chirp noun A short, sharp note, as of a bird or insect. 'The chirp of flitting bird.' Bryant.
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Chirp

A chirp is a sound that has a rapid increase in frequency. See also: Tone Burst.
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chirp

regular sequence of pulses in each of which a sinusoidal carrier is frequency modulated so that the instantaneous frequency varies linearly between two specified values throughout the duration of each pulse
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chirp

[n] - a sharp sound made by small birds or insects
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