corner frequency


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corner frequency

[′kȯr·nər ‚frē·kwən·sē]
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1 Hz to 10 Hz, with no 1/f corner frequency between broadband and near-DC.
The ability to program the internal capacitor values of the ispPAC10 gives the user the flexibility to vary, for example, the gain of a filter, corner frequency, and other characteristics, without the need for external components, hence allowing the designer to realize thousands of distinct analog circuits and filter characteristics from a given circuit architecture.
With a typical corner frequency of 300MHz, rolloff of 20dB/octave and attenuation greater than 30dB between 800MHz and 3GHz, the CM1452 offers industry leading filter performance.
Using SPI control, system designers can select the corner frequency of the 31-MHz, 6-pole Butterworth filter in 1-MHz resolution.
Flicker noise is characterized by a corner frequency beyond which other types of noise become dominant.
The matched filter networks provide exceptional flexibility as the corner frequency is fully adjustable in 1 MHz steps, thereby enabling wideband and narrow band support within a single radio design, a key benefit since the available spectrum and bandwidth varies across markets and regions worldwide.
It is designed for flexibility, offering independent control of the P-I corner frequency, overall servo gain, and low-frequency gain limit.
50Hz to 30 MHz input sync clock -- 1Hz jitter rejection corner frequency
It is the first RF device in the industry to integrate a baseband filter that is software-programmable with 1-dB corner frequency, which can continuously cover signal bandwidths of 615 kHz (single carrier CDMA2000) to 1.
The LM4562 also has a wide, 55 MHz gain bandwidth, a 10 MHz power bandwidth, the highest power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) and common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) as well as a very low, 60 MHz 1/f noise corner frequency.
The first Customer Collection CAMs being made available by Anadigm(R) include a sawtooth and square wave oscillator, a triangle and square wave oscillator, a sum/difference stage with biquadratic filter, a multiplier with low corner frequency LPF, and a voltage-controlled sample and hold.