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detune

[dē′tün]
(electronics)
To change the inductance or capacitance of a tuned circuit so its resonant frequency is different from the incoming signal frequency.
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Another tuning methods are based on mapping of filter characteristic to the deviation of tuning elements responsible for detuning.
Detuning the transmission zeros by [+ or -] 70 MHz from the centre frequency, the 40 dB stop-band bandwidth has improved to approximately 160 MHz, i.
The wraps are good for detuning and firming tissue especially after weight loss, or for a boost to fit into that special outfit.
Other 20th-century pieces include Britten's Corpus Christi carol (Barley detuning his bottom C string to an A), Dame Judi Dench prologuing with a wonderfully fresh reading of the text, and Arvo Part's mawkish butwell-loved Fratres.
Vostell decollaged these horrors--he made them "take off," then corroded them with an acid palette, not so much deconstructing as detuning.
This housing shields the system from the termination's undesired electromagnetic radiation and makes the termination immune to detuning from other components and enclosures.
To compensate for these detuning influences, Dyke said that the 1771-QD closed-loop controller uses "Autolearning" to continuously observe the characteristics of the system and retune itself to match them.
EBI also provides Site Civil Engineering, RF Engineering, and AM Detuning services and has greatly increased the size and capabilities of its Energy & Sustainability and Environmental Health & Safety departments.
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2 and 3, [DELTA] is the frequency detuning, [[DELTA].
One of Schnittke's Moz-Art concoctions, with - goodness me - whistling and detuning, sounded like listening to Mozart snippets on a scratchy 78.
The superior detuning characteristics of Antenova's HDA([R]) technology offers over 50% average terminal radiation efficiency over the cellular bands, making it an ideal solution for high volume platform handset development for the global market.