Signal Properties 
The Signal type exposes the following members.
Name  Description  

Bandwidth 
Gets the signal bandwidth, in hertz. This specifies the range of frequencies over which the
majority of signal Power is distributed.
 
BaseSignal 
Gets an instance of a signal with zero power, zero frequency, and infinite bandwidth.
 
Frequency 
Gets the center frequency of the signal, in hertz. This is usually the frequency
which has the greatest power density.
 
LowerBandwidthFrequency 
Gets the lower bandwidth frequency, in hertz. This specifies the signal's lowest frequency.
 
LowerBandwidthLimit 
Gets the offset from the center Frequency to the lower bandwidth limit, in hertz.
(Usually, this value is negative).
 
LowerNoiseBandwidthFrequency 
Gets the frequency of the lower boundary of the noise bandwidth, in hertz.
This specifies the lowest frequency at which there is significant noise.
 
LowerNoiseBandwidthLimit 
Gets the offset from the center Frequency to the lower limit of the noise bandwidth, in hertz.
(Usually, this value is negative).
 
NoiseBandwidth 
Gets the bandwidth of the signal noise, in hertz.
This specifies the range of frequencies over which there is significant noise.
 
NoisePower 
Gets the power of the noise, in watts, as computed from
the NoiseTemperature based on the NoiseBandwidth.
 
NoiseTemperature 
Gets the equivalent noise temperature, in kelvin. This represents the contribution of
thermal noise and other stochastic processes on the signal.
 
Power 
Gets the total signal power, in watts. This specifies the total power
spread out over the Bandwidth.
 
UpperBandwidthFrequency 
Gets the upper bandwidth frequency, in hertz. This specifies the signal's highest frequency.
 
UpperBandwidthLimit 
Gets the offset from the center Frequency to the upper bandwidth limit, in hertz.
 
UpperNoiseBandwidthFrequency 
Gets the frequency of the upper boundary of the noise bandwidth, in hertz.
This specifies the highest frequency at which there is significant noise.
 
UpperNoiseBandwidthLimit 
Gets the offset from the center Frequency to the upper limit of the noise bandwidth, in hertz.
