Which modulation is used in cellphone?

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  1. vandhana.g

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    which modulation is used in cellphone?
     
  2. tjohnson

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  3. ScottWang

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    Does the TS mention anything connection with modulation and cellphone?
     
  4. tjohnson

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    By TS do you mean Terms of Service? (Usually it's abbreviated as ToS.) I don't recall anything being mentioned there about it.
     
  5. vandhana.g

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    what mean ts
     
  6. GopherT

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    I think you are hijacking this thread about volt meters. You need to start your own thread.

    No, TS is thread starter.
     
  7. ScottWang

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    Talking about the OP and TS.
    The old system used OP to call an Original Poster, but the new system call that TS -- Thread Starter.
     
  8. ScottWang

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    Vindhyachal Takniki is the TS(Thread Starter) in this thread.
     
  9. tjohnson

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    OK, I understand now. I was trying to help, but I wasn't thinking about this thread being hijacked, which I don't want to encourage.
     
  10. ScottWang

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    Help is good.
    We are here to sharing the knowledge that what we knew and learning what we don't know.
     
  11. ScottWang

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    I have to apologize for I saw the wrong thread, and replied to you a wrong response.
    When I active on this thread, but I also can view the other threads, when I tried to reply the response, I review the title and contents, but what I saw the contents were from the different thread, so I given you a wrong response.
     
  12. tjohnson

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    That's OK. If you mean post #10, it didn't seem out of place here.
     
  13. ScottWang

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    I was talking about the post #3.
     
  14. wayneh

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    To get back to answering the TS's question, see here.
     
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  15. tjohnson

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    @ScottWang: You didn't reply in the wrong thread. The new TS (vandhana.g) had originally hijacked Vindhyachal Takniki's thread, and I replied to her there. Later, after you posted #3, a moderator moved her question (with all related posts) into a separate thread.
     
  16. ScottWang

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    Oh, I see, thanks.
    I just felt very strange, before I posted the replied, obviously I did checked the title and contents, how was it happened and confused me made me to think maybe I was wrong, so now I know that.

    Sometimes when separated the thread, the moderator will label an explanation, but I didn't see it this times.
     
  17. absf

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    To the OP/TS,

    Let me quote the answer from Bob Wilson:

    Allen
     
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