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band-pass

[′band ‚pas]
(electronics)
A range, in hertz or kilohertz, expressing the difference between the limiting frequencies at which a desired fraction (usually half power) of the maximum output is obtained.

band-pass

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The width of a band bounded by lower and upper frequencies, giving a specified fraction of the maximum output of an amplifier. Band-pass is expressed in cycles, or hertz (Hz).
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We have to sacrifice the beginning and ending three periods when applying the band-pass filter owing to construction of the weighted moving average.
The standard limb leads electrocardiogram (ECG) band-pass filtered through 50 to 300Hz were recorded from the persons without heart diseases (Normal group; n=24), the patients with single vessel disease (SVD group; n=12) and TVD (TVD group; n=12) and saved into PC.
This article defines trends, gaps, and business cycle components using band-pass filters.
produces a line of active band-pass filters known as the "Ultra-Q Filter," which solves critical SCADA communications issues.
To remove this long-range variation, the as-acquired data are processed using a band-pass Fast Fourier Transform filter.
The Band-Pass filter is used where the seismic trace contains low-frequency noise, such as Ground Roll and high-frequency ambient noise.
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