Definition of unmodulated in English:

unmodulated

Syllabification: un·mod·u·lat·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈmäjəˌlādəd
 
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adjective

Not modulated: an unmodulated video signal
More example sentences
  • But unlike Newman and Rothko, who used fairly flat, unmodulated pigment, Still used heavily loaded, expressively modulated impasto in jagged forms.
  • The light can be pulsed, sinusoidally modulated, or unmodulated, depending on the requirements for speed, cost, and resolution.
  • Although she first exhibited in the late 1960s with the Imagists, Ramberg never identified herself with this group, but shared their affinity for flat, unmodulated surfaces and stylized figuration.

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