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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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7 maintenance, repair, detuning and wireless devices for controlling the battlefield simulators WSB-03 type equipping a Tactical Exercise Belt Joanna (Annex 2g);
The Impinj Monza R6 chip design offers features like AutoTune technology for automatic environmental detuning compensation, Enduro technology for better consistency of tag performance, and Integra technology for data integrity and reliability for the RFID system.
Wooden sounds on the string instruments, sound bending through glissandi, microtonal steps and detuning of strings, are only some of the technical elements which colour the musical canvas.
MicroWing tags produce longer read ranges and faster read/write cycles when compared to other small form antenna designs while reducing the detuning effects caused by challenging RFID environments.
Hans von Mangoldt manufactures filter reactors for many applications including: capacitor detuning, PWM filters, active filters, photovoltaic system converters, grid-tie inverter filters, current limiting and inrush reactors.
Blackpool's Jon Gomm is a singer-songwriter who accompanies himself with hitting-on-side-of-the-guitar drumming and who is known for his on-the-spot detuning to quickly access unavailable bass notes.
A second approach entails light damping - in which a small portion is removed - in combination with detuning the cell frequencies of the accelerator.
Designed to mitigate issues such as signal reflection, detuning and grounding which reduce or negate RFID's effectiveness on metal packaging or with aqueous-based products, the technology leverages several of metal's inherent properties and shifts the format into an advantageous position.
Here detuning the common chord served as an expression of pain in line with the text, the passage in Thoreau where he describes how the Jesuits tortured the Indians who didn't want to give up their faith, but the Indians still expressed unparalleled love for their enemy and forgiveness.
the AC component of the transmitted laser intensity depends on the detuning [delta][omega] = [[omega].
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.