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In telecommunication, linearity is the property of a system in which, if input signals X and Y result in system output S (X ) and S (Y ) respectively, the input signal aX + bY will result in the output aS (X ) + bS (Y ), where S is the system transfer function and a and b are scalars.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

See also: linear

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