high-pass filter


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high-pass filter

See filter.

high-pass filter

[′hī ‚pas ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A filter that transmits all frequencies above a given cutoff frequency and substantially attenuates all others.

high-pass filter

A filter that blocks low frequencies and allows higher frequencies to pass through. Such filters are used in devices such as POTS splitters that direct phone and DSL signals to different lines. Contrast with low-pass filter.
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Assuming the parasitic parameters of the active elements, the values of the passive elements have been optimized in terms of minimal shift of the pole-frequency and to obtain the maximum stop-band attenuation of the high-pass filter response.
For the Reichardt detector, the high-pass filters were chosen as first order filters with a time constant of200 milliseconds, and the low-pass filters were chosen as first order filters with a time constant of 300 milliseconds (assuming that the frame rate is 50 frames per second).
The discrete wavelet analysis can be implemented by the scaling filter, which is a low pass filter related to the scaling function [phi](t) and the wavelet filter, which is a high-pass filter related to the wavelet function [PSI](t) [33].
The percentage of correct front/back judgments was calculated for each low- and high-pass filter cutoff frequency.
The MD-4 inputs have a 70 dB gain range and include selectable phantom power and high-pass filter.
Finally, a sort of high-pass filter, sharpening spatial convolution filter for edge enhancing are going to be present [13-14].
The optional two-pole high-pass filter provides programmable low-frequency roll-off to attenuate sources of low-frequency noise.
For ideal high-pass filter it is necessary to achieve equality [a.
The products offer DC bandwidth to 8,500 Hz, an eight-pole low-pass elliptical filter with user-selectable frequencies on the DC-coupled output; and a two-pole Butterworth high-pass filter with user-selectable cut off frequencies in the AC-coupled output.
The results are summarized as follows: 1) the tool wear index developed by the wavelet coefficients in the frequency range of 10 to 20 kHz has a strong correlation with flank wear; 2) the signals processed by the high-pass filter and sound pressure levels depend on other parameters such as spindle rotation and number of teeth, except for flank wear; 3) the tool wear index developed by the wavelet coefficients is very useful for developing a health monitoring system for the tool wear of circular saws because it has good linearity and is independent parameters such as spindle rotation and number of teeth, except for flank wear.
We then applied a low-pass filter to remove the edges of the gravel and a high-pass filter to remove the overall brightness of the gravel on the pictures (i.

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