center frequency


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center frequency

[′sen·tər ′frē·kwən·sē]
(communications)
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For the spectrogram view, the Center Frequency fc is the smallest discrete frequency within the selection which satisfies the inequality formula below: [[f.
j] is the center frequency of wavelet j (indexed by j = 0, 1, 2, .
The on-screen display does not connect the dots between the center frequency of the 9-band graphic EQ.
The result of the ratio of the frequency bandwidth to the center frequency is [square root of 2]/[[lambda].
42 MHz center frequency, 20dB rejection (824-960 MHz); 21dB (1710-2170 MHz).
Acquisition and installation of specific radio software solutions and training on these solutions to the banks of the national control center frequency (CCNF) Favieres (Eure-et-Loir).
With surface electromyographic (EMG) signals, the traditional method for frequency analysis involves a Fourier Transform to generate a power spectrum, followed by calculation of the center frequency (i.
An energy distribution measurement plugin (Cortopassi 2004a) was used to generate measurements such as center frequency, minimum frequency, bandwidth, and duration.
We were transiting out of Joshua's airspace, and I was about to pull an Oakland center frequency from the onboard GPS when we saw birds flocking co-altitude abeam Mammoth Airport (KMMH).
The ITU channel center frequency spacing is defined as (193.

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