frequency splitting

frequency splitting

[′frē·kwən·sē ‚splid·iŋ]
(electronics)
One condition of operation of a magnetron which causes rapid alternating from one mode of operation to another; this results in a similar rapid change in oscillatory frequency and consequent loss in power at the desired frequency.
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Frequency tuning has been carried out to mitigate the frequency splitting effect and to obtain high efficiency at close distances [11].
23] < 30cm, the efficiency decreases due to the frequency splitting effect [11].
Another remedy is to adjust the input frequency at the distance closer than the critical coupling point where the transmit and receive coils are over-coupled and frequency splitting is occurred [11].
Capable of simultaneously processing digital signals across a wide spectrum in real-time, the basic PFT architecture utilises a series of frequency splitting stages to sub-divide the signal-of-interest band.
This two extrema are in accordance with the frequency splitting observed in Fig.
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