A method used for transmission of digital signals. The two binary states, 0 and 1, are represented by an analog waveform. By converting given binary data, signal can be transmitted over telephone lines, cables, optical fiber, or wireless media.
What is BINARY FREQUENCY SHIFT KEYING?
BINARY FREQUENCY SHIFT KEYING: "Binary frequency shift keying uses frequency modulation to transmit digital data."
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