Angle modulation and Amplitude modulation

Differentiate between the terms Angle modulation and Amplitude modulation.




In amplitude Modulation, as the amplitude of given signal differs; the amplitude of carrier signal as well differs in the similar way.

In angle modulation, the frequency or phase might differ according to the amplitude of the given signal.

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