What is BINARY FREQUENCY SHIFT KEYING?

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.

BINARY FREQUENCY SHIFT KEYING: "Binary frequency shift keying uses frequency modulation to transmit digital data."

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