center frequency

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center frequency

[′sen·tər ′frē·kwən·sē]
(communications)
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J - 1), and q and r optimize the spacing of the center frequencies such that the sum of the wavelets is as close as possible to being constant across the desired frequency band (e.
03 GHz is introduced by adding new shunt open stubs and the center frequencies of the two passbands are shifted to 1.
Thus, a dual-band balun BPF is obtained, and both the dual center frequencies can be controlled by adjusting the circumference of entire coupled ring resonator and the length or loaded location of the open-circuited stubs, severally.
Whatever, all the center frequencies of these conventional wideband microstrip ring resonator BPFs [6-11] center at the fundamental resonance of the ring resonator.
The RF input frequency range extends to 6 GHz and provides a capture bandwidth of greater than or equal to 1 GHz at all center frequencies.
Lower center frequencies and narrower bandwidths take longer to settle.
Each channel is 20MHz wide, and center frequencies are spaced 20MHz apart from each other.
The IC operates at center frequencies up to 6 kHz while drawing typical supply currents of 500 [micro]A.
Physical layer security is built in through Wi-LAN's patented W-OFDM technology and user-configurable center frequencies.
An octave is a doubling of frequency; there are six octaves between 125-4000 Hz, with center frequencies of 125, 250, 500, 1000, 2000 and 4000 Hz.
To address the variety of LTE deployment types, the new filters can be customized for center frequencies ranging from 50MHz to 1GHz and different bandwidths from 3.

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