[kwod-ruh-cher, -choo r] /ˈkwɒd rə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər/
the act of squaring.
Electronics. the relation between two signals having the same frequency that differ in phase by 90°.
(maths) the process of determining a square having an area equal to that of a given figure or surface
the process of making square or dividing into squares
(astronomy) a configuration in which two celestial bodies, usually the sun and the moon or a planet, form an angle of 90° with a third body, usually the earth
(electronics) the relationship between two waves that are 90° out of phase
- Quadrature amplitude modulation
(QAM) A method for encoding digital data in an analog signal in which each combination of phase and amplitude represents one of sixteen four bit patterns. This is required for fax transmission at 9600 bits per second. (1995-02-02)
noun, Mathematics. 1. the insoluble problem of constructing, by the methods of Euclidean geometry, a square equal in area to a given circle.
[kwod-ruh l] /ˈkwɒd rəl/ noun 1. a square stone, brick, or tile.
/kwɒˈdrɛlə/ noun 1. (Austral) four nominated horseraces in which the punter bets on selecting the four winners