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  • They are simply added one to the other and sent through the real channel.
  • It can be seen as a two-channel system, each channel using ASK.
  • However, it is still not a free-to-air channel.
  • However, it is still not a free-to-air channel.
  • It includes the channel's magazine and coach's shows, presented commercial-free.
  • Even before going off the air, the channel's commercial rate was very weak.
  • Its deep-draft structure and access channel allows round-the-clock access to the port.
  • The technology of code division multiple access channels has long been known.
  • She can now send her result to Bob through a classical channel.
  • The channel of the river has been considerably improved by the federal government.
  • The channel is a free to air channel.
  • The channel is a free to air channel.
  • The ship channel is also a large part of Houston's economic base.
  • Therefore the blue channel will have a greater depth of field than the other colours.
  • It was introduced a few months after the channel's launch, and has remained in use since.
  • The channel also shows syndicated television series, original programs, and some public affairs programs.
  • There are also seven local television channels, in addition to numerous international channels.
  • This significantly reduced the number of channels available at each site in real-world systems.
  • Digital TV can support more than one program in the same channel bandwidth.
  • English is also an official language in the Channel Islands.
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Meaning of channel

  • noun A path over which electrical signals can pass
    a channel is typically what you rent from a telephone company
  • noun A passage for water (or other fluids) to flow through
    the fields were crossed with irrigation channels, gutters carried off the rainwater into a series of channels under the street
  • noun A deep and relatively narrow body of water (as in a river or a harbor or a strait linking two larger bodies) that allows the best passage for vessels
    the ship went aground in the channel
  • noun (often plural) a means of communication or access
    it must go through official channels, lines of communication were set up between the two firms
  • noun A television station and its programs
    a satellite TV channel, surfing through the channels, they offer more than one hundred channels
  • verb Direct the flow of
    channel information towards a broad audience