All of our communication, thoughts, and actions are a flow of signals that reach us in various forms. It is a form of information that is transmitted and then acted upon. This is why we don’t have to think about it—we just send and receive the information.
“But this is such a basic concept! How can this be the case? Well, there are many definitions you can read to explain it. But you get the picture. Just like the way the electric circuit works in your home, the signal in your computer, the signal in your phone, the signal in your cell phone, and the signal in your car, the signal in your computer, the signal in your phone, and the signal in your car, is made up of many different things.
The signal is made up of two parts: a signal source and a signal receiver. The signal source is the device generating the signal, which typically means that it could be a computer, a cell phone, a television, a radio, an airplane, a car, a microwave oven, a computer monitor, a computer printer, a TV screen, a computer printer, or a car radio. The signal receiver is the device that is receiving the signal.
For instance, a cell phone is a signal source. It is a device used to send and receive cell phone signals. The phone itself is a signal receiver. A car is a signal source. It is a device used to send and receive car signals. A computer monitor is a signal receiver. It is a device used to send and receive computer signals. A computer printer is a signal receiver. It is a device used to send and receive computer signals. A microwave oven is a signal source.
The signal in question is a frequency called the carrier frequency. The carrier frequency is the fundamental frequency of the signal. For instance, your phone’s frequency is 32 megahertz, which is also the frequency of your phone’s signal.
When you’re in the microwave, you are sending and receiving signals. You are receiving signals from the device, but you are sending signals to the device as well. There are actually two frequencies, one carrier frequency and one signal frequency.
The same concept applies to your phone’s signal. The carrier frequency is the fundamental frequency, which is the frequency of the signal you receive. The signal is a frequency that is not the carrier frequency, but the frequency that is being sent. It’s the “virtual” frequency that you are receiving, but it is not the carrier frequency.
A virtual circuit is just a series of virtual signals. The signal frequency you are receiving and the carrier frequency you are sending can never actually be the same. If they were the same frequency, you would have a signal that was completely out of phase. This is because there is a phase shift between the carrier and the signal.
There are four frequencies. The carrier frequency, the signal frequency, and the frequency you are receiving. The carrier frequency is the frequency you are receiving. The signal frequency is the frequency that is being sent. The frequency you are sending is the frequency that is being sent.
If you sent a signal at a frequency that was exactly 90 degrees out of phase with the original signal, you wouldn’t be able to receive it. So you would need to send a signal that was exactly 90 degrees out of phase with the original signal. This is why there are many different frequencies of transmission. You are only able to send one frequency, and that frequency is the same as the carrier frequency. The other frequencies are different frequencies that are not the same as the carrier frequency.