variable-bandwidth filter

variable-bandwidth filter

[′ver·ē·ə·bəl ¦band‚width ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter whose upper and lower cutoff frequencies may be independently selected, so that almost any bandwidth may be obtained; it usually consists of several stages of RC filters, each separated by buffer amplifiers; tuning is accomplished by varying the resistance and capacitance values.
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We extend the model by including a self-adjusting variable-bandwidth filter, which enhances signal-to-noise ratio cycles.
Figure 1 also compares the probabilities of recession from the DFMS model with and without the self-adjusting variable-bandwidth filter.
We extend the Markov-switching dynamic factor model by adding a self-adjusting variable-bandwidth filter.
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