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Definition of "modulators" [modulators]

  • Plural form of modulator. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "modulators" in a sentence
  • "Furthermore, a few skeletal muscle specific miRs (e.g. miR-1, miR-133, and miR-206) have been characterized as modulators of myogenic cells proliferation and differentiation"
  • "Thus, by adding "a few more processing modules to a standard CMOS fabrication flow" IBM is able to integrate optical devices such as modulators, germanium photodetectors and ultra-compact wavelength-division multiplexers with analog and digital CMOS chips."
  • "Many photonic components - such as modulators, detectors, switches, and waveguides - can be fashioned from silicon, but the light source itself, the microlaser, is often assembled from elements residing in columns III and V of the periodic table, and these elements don't sit well on top of silicon."