center frequency


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center frequency

[′sen·tər ′frē·kwən·sē]
(communications)
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j] is the center frequency of wavelet j (indexed by j = 0, 1, 2, .
It means the radiation amount of each element will still approximately satisfy the amplitude distribution designed at the center frequency while the frequency varies in a broad bandwidth, thus the pattern bandwidth of the array can be broadened.
42 MHz center frequency, 20dB rejection (824-960 MHz); 21dB (1710-2170 MHz).
The center frequency of the DSA is set to the carrier frequency of the AWG or 100.
5, without new shunt open stubs, there are two passbands with the center frequency of 2.
How to design a miniaturized wideband ring resonator BPF at the same center frequency is an attractive research topic.
Thus, the center frequency of the antenna and the maximum radiation direction can be changed respectively.
EMG_Cauchy is called to define the wavelets for each center frequency using:
Rejection is 60 dB minimum 90 MHz from the center frequency, while minimum isolation of 60 dB is achieved from DC to 6000 MHz.
PFC Model Number BP116-10-2A-SS is a bandpass filter that features center frequency of 116 MHz, 3 db bandwidth at 10 MHz, insertion loss of -8 dB, rejection of -60 dB at 100 MHz and 124 MHz and package size of 1.
Its frequency will be determined by the same equation used for the WBIF output, but now "IF" is the center frequency of the NBIF.

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