Pulse Position Modulation, as distinguished from Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). A communication protocol for controlling devices by a radio signal. Was the norm in early RC radio systems due to simple electronics allowing light weight receivers. Is used in more sophisticated ways in modern radio systems. Main disadvantage is in designs that are sensitive to mulitpath signals (echoes) that tend to confuse arrival times of the signals.
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