# Associations to the word «Quadrature»

## Noun

- Modulation
- Amplitude
- Integral
- Oscillator
- Polynomial
- Mixer
- Phase
- Sine
- Modem
- Filter
- Cos
- Shift
- Polarization
- Offset
- Approximation
- Fourier
- Bandwidth
- Detector
- Khz
- Exp
- Signal
- Integration
- Calculus
- Doppler
- Booster
- Component
- Dipole
- Pulse
- Ghz
- Amplifier
- Curtis
- Frequency
- Constellation
- Receiver
- Atm
- Distortion
- Fluctuation
- Carrier
- Envelope
- Estimation
- Output
- Waveguide
- Quad
- Excitation
- Mhz
- Yr
- Ary
- Spiral
- Valentin
- Hybrid
- Formula
- Computation
- Rake
- Hz
- Sampling
- Antenna
- Input
- Voltage
- Pam
- Algorithm
- Wireless

## Adjective

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

QUADRATURE, noun. The process of making something square; squaring.

QUADRATURE, noun. (mathematics) The act or process of constructing a square that has the same area as a given plane figure, or of computing that area.

QUADRATURE, noun. The act or process of finding the indefinite integral.

QUADRATURE, noun. (astronomy) a situation in which three celestial bodies form a right-angled triangle, the observer being located at the right angle

QUADRATURE, noun. (physics) the condition in which the phase angle between two alternating quantities is 90°.

QUADRATURE, noun. (arts) A painting painted on a wooden panel.

QUADRATURE AMPLITUDE MODULATION, noun. (radio) A modulation scheme that conveys data by applying amplitude modulation to two carrier waves at once. These two waves, usually sinusoids, are out of phase with each other by 90° and are thus called quadrature carriers. Commonly abbreviated QAM.

QUADRATURE OF THE CIRCLE, noun. (mathematics) The problem, proposed by ancient Greek geometers, of using a finite ruler-and-compass construction to make a square with the same area as a given circle.

## Dictionary definition

QUADRATURE, noun. The construction of a square having the same area as some other figure.

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