Definitions for "FSK"
requency hift eying; a type of analog modem signal that uses two frequencies to send ones and zeroes.
A method of modulation that uses two different frequencies to distinguish between a mark (digital 1) and a space (digital 0) when transmitting on an analog line. FSK is used in modems operating at 1,200 bits per second or slower.
requency hift eying. Common method of transmitting radioteletype and packet data. Another method that yields similar results is Phase Shift Keying (PSK).
The FSK (Federalnaya Sluzhba Kontrrazvedki (Федера́льная Слу́жба Контрразве́дки), Federal Counterintelligence Service) was a state security organization, initially of the USSR, and, after its dissolution, of the Russian Federation. The FSK was the successor organization to the KGB. It existed from 1991 to 1995, when it was reorganized into the FSB.
FSK (Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle, German meaning "voluntary self control") is a German band that was formed in Munich in 1980. It became involved in the underground-part of the German New-Wave-Scene of the early 1980s. The band name is a reference to the German motion picture rating organisation Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle der Filmwirtschaft, which uses the same acronym.
Keywords:  skrim, kraft, retarder, foil, maximize
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Foil Skrim Kraft (FSK) is a reflective facing that is laminated to fiber glass insulation. When exposed (where codes permit), the reflective surface helps maximize lighting efficiency and may reduce lighting requirements. It also serves as a excellent vapor retarder.
A method of synchronisation (usually on multitrack recorders) which generates a series of electronic