frequency deviation

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Frequency deviation quantifies the amount by which a frequency differs from its specified value, as when measuring how much an oscillator frequency deviates from its nominal frequency.

In frequency modulation , frequency deviation refers to the maximum absolute difference, during a specified period, between the instantaneous frequency of the modulated wave and the carrier frequency.

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