crystal filter


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crystal filter

[¦krist·əl ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A highly selective tuned circuit employing one or more quartz crystals; sometimes used in intermediate-frequency amplifiers of communication receivers to improve the selectivity.
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To get around this problem, the researchers use an analog crystal filter, which exploits frequency differences between the modulated waves bouncing off the wall and those coming from the target.
A spectrally tunable source using a conventional lamp and monochromator with a multi-element liquid crystal filter is currently under development (1).
Once on site, fill up a water container, drop in the Thames pump, plug it into the Crystal Filter housing and turn on the tap.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Fox Electronics, an IDT company, is a leading global supplier of standard and custom frequency control products, including the industry's broadest line of crystals, oscillators, VCXOs, TCXOs, and crystal filters.
Class H compliance enables PDI to design and manufacture crystals, crystal filters, and oscillators for defense and space programs.
Hertz manufactures and markets crystal devices including crystal units for ham radios and crystal filters.
Jaco will be able to capitalize upon PDI's unique position in the market, supplying some of the highest-end crystals, crystal filters and tight tolerance, low phase noise oscillators for both commercial and military markets.